Alcoholism 101The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that about 25% of adults aged 18 and over have excessively consumed alcohol at least once in the past year. It also indicates that alcohol is a factor in about nearly 50,000 deaths annually.
4 Things To Know: Lifeguard Shortage, Torii's Tantrum & MoreFrom a lifeguard shortage to Torii Hunter's tantrum Wednesday night, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, June 11.
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Health Officials: Midwestern Women Binge Drinking MoreGovernment health experts want to highlight what they call an under-recognized problem for women: binge drinking.
Staggering Results For Binge Drinking In The MidwestNew numbers show binge drinking is a bigger problem than previously thought nationwide, including the Midwest.
Study: Minnesota Ranks High In Regular, Binge DrinkingNew Year's Eve isn't the only time Minnesotans drink. Studies show we hit it hard all year.
CDC: Men, Binge Drinkers Responsible For Most DWIsMen and binge drinkers are the most likely to drive drunk, according to a nationwide survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.