The Drs: Bulletproof Bra
The Doctors pointed out that women know how important bras are and men can enjoy them too. But would you imagine that a bra could actually save someone’s life? A woman in Brazil claims her life was saved by her “bulletproof bra.” She was hit by a stray bullet that became lodged in the underwire of her black lace bra. She walked away completely unharmed
The Drs: Bulletproof Clothing
Dr Drew Ordon said, “Saved by the bra!” Dr Rachael Ross said they actually make an entire line of clothes that are bulletproof, including a lab coat or jean jacket. Dr Travis Stork said they’re incredibly heavy, but they would certainly protect you. Dr Jennifer Ashton joked that she would wear both the bra and the lab coat.
Dr Rachael Ross explained that the bulletproof clothing line was actually created by a father who was concerned about the safety of his kids. They pointed out that Kanye West’s daughter recently strutted around in a bulletproof vest.
The Drs: Happy Hour Safety
The Doctors then moved on to talk about a woman who likes to enjoy happy hour now and then. She enjoys pinot noir but is worried that she may be putting herself over the limit when she enjoys a few glasses. She wanted to know what her legal limit is when it comes to happy hour drinks, before she’s unable to drive.
The Drs: Breathometer App
The Doctors welcomed Megan to the show and said they’re glad she raised the question because not a lot of people know what their limit is. She said she tries to stick to two drinks at the most. The Doctors explained that they were going to pretend it was happy hour, and they all had a glass of wine with Megan.
Dr Rachael Ross shared that there’s an app called Breathometer that can actually help you determine if you’ve had too much to drink. She showed that there’s a breathalyzer-type attachment that syncs with an app. You blow into it and the app will tell you where you’re at and how long it would take you to come back down to zero. It will tell you whether you’ve had too much to drink. The app is partnered with ride-sharing service Uber.
Dr Stork shared that on average, people will drive 80 times while under the influence, before they’re even picked up. They asked Megan to sip on alcohol throughout the show, and shared that they had a driver for her if need be.
The Drs: Over The Legal Limit?
At the end of the show, The Doctors checked back in on Megan, who said she was a little tipsy. She shared that she doesn’t drink and drive at all and said she probably could drive if she wanted to. She took the Breathometer and blew a .09, which is over the legal limit.
Dr Travis Stork said if you’re unsure or you’ve had one too many, don’t drive because it’s just not worth it.