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No amount of alcohol seems to be safe for driving, according to a University of California, San Diego study.

The study found that the greater the blood-alcohol content (even when under the legal limit), the more likely the driver was to speed, not wear their seat-belt appropriately and crash, leading to incapacitating injuries and death.

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