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Rising Harms Of Alcohol: Consumption Among Americans Is Higher Than Just Before Prohibition

08:41 EST 15 Jan 2020 | Kaiser Health News

More than 88,000 Americans die each year, a number that has more than doubled since 1999, as a result of excessive drinking. That figure is higher than opioid-related deaths, according to the CDC. In other public health news, lawmakers express worries about an increase of cocaine overdoses.

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