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Citing thousands of preventable deaths and injuries each year in drunk driving accidents due to excessive alcohol consumption, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio banned alcohol advertising on city property in April. The ban, which applies to bus shelters, newsstands, Wi-Fi kiosks and recycling kiosks, will take effect as…

The best way to understand the prevalence and seriousness of the drunk driving problem in the United States is to consider some of the startling statistics on drunk driving accidents. In 2010, over 1.4 million drivers were arrested for driving under the influence across the U.S. In 2011, 211 children…

Underage drinking in New York is a major problem, with as many as 847,000 underage customers drinking in the state every single year. In fact, in a 2009 study of New York students in grades 9-12, the results indicated that: 71.1 percent of teens surveyed had consumed at least one…

Sparkling parties make the holiday season fun. If you are hosting a party for your friends or co-workers, keeping your guests safe should be at the top of your to-do list. You do not want a guest to drink too much and subsequently injure someone in an accident. The New…

The National Transportation Safety Board is calling on states to help prevent traffic deaths by reducing the threshold for drunk driving from the current blood alcohol content of 0.08 to a new standard of 0.05. The lower limit has cut drunken driving fatalities by half in Europe, the agency says….

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