Fully 13% of Americans have some kind of alcohol-related disorder, a 50% increase from the previous decade.
It’s a huge problem, considering that a half million people suffer injuries from those who are drinking.
And that’s not all. About one-third of people indulge in high-risk binge drinking which can cause life-long problems.
Women are at the forefront as the rise in binge drinking for us is 58%.
Serious health risks such as cancer, heart and liver disease, strokes, and diabetes are associated with drinking.
Alcohol-related diseases are costing America $250 billion a year. Get help if you’re drinking is out of control.
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