According to health professionals at the University of Arizona, the only thing that makes blood alcohol concentration go down is time. For a woman who weighs 120 pounds and has one drink, it will take approximately two a... More »

Blood alcohol charts can be found on several web sites concerned with drinking and driving issues, such as Be Responsible About Drinking, DrivingLaws.org, and some department of motor vehicle sites. The blood alcohol lev... More »

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Blood alcohol levels reveal the amount of alcohol within the body relative to the amount of blood. For example, a blood alcohol level of 0.08 would reveal that for every 800 parts of blood in a person's body, there is on... More »

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Broken blood vessels can occur for a variety of reasons, such as sun damage, heredity, aging, eating hot or spicy foods, exercise, stress, hormones, alcohol use, cortisone medications, rare skin diseases and direct traum... More »

Sitting still in a confined space for a long period of time, such as during long distance travel, increases the likelihood of developing blood clots, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The longe... More »

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The length of time that blood samples can be kept refrigerated varies depending on the type of blood sample and the tests that are run on it. Blood can be stored as whole blood or as blood fractions and with or without p... More »

It isn't possible to accurately gauge the blood supply that a medical company in Iraq can have on hand at any given time. The amount varies greatly based on the amount of donations and other factors, according to Army Lo... More »

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