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ETG Alcohol Detection Testing

Ethyl Glucuronide, often referred to as ETG, is a metabolite of alcohol (ethanol). The presence of ETG in urine can be used to detect alcohol consumption even after the ethanol is no longer measurable. ETG testing is typically used to monitor alcohol consumption in individuals who are legally restricted from drinking alcohol or restricted from […]

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Alcohol-Related Jargon Can Impact Perception and Behavior [Study]

A recent study conducted at a large Midwestern university concluded that certain labels related to intoxication levels could impact further consumption, as well as post-consumption behavior. The Gender Split on “Intoxication Labels” Researchers who study natural language related to alcohol consumption found that different levels of intoxication were described with moderate terms or heavy terms. […]

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Smoking Alcohol, A Dangerous New Trend

Now there’s another way to abuse alcohol — by inhaling the vapors. The colloquial term is “smoking alcohol”, but it’s actually done by vaporizing the alcohol and inhaling those vapors. This practice will give an instant high and is extremely dangerous and addictive. The videos have gone viral on YouTube and are very popular with […]

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