40 drunkest cities in the US

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CINCINNATI - With New Year's Eve being one of the biggest party
holidays of the year, we look at which cities celebrate the most
throughout the year.

The Daily Beast put together a list of the 40 drunkest cities in the
U.S. based on average drinks per person per month, the percentage of
adults who are heavy or binge drinkers and the deaths per 100,000 from
alcohol liver disease.

Milwaukee, Wisc. takes the crown as the drunkest city in America with
an average of 12.76 drinks per person per month, 21.8 percent of
adults being binge drinkers and 7.1 percent considered heavy drinkers.

Rounding out the top five are Fargo, N.D., San Francisco, Calif.,
Austin, Tex., and Reno, Nev.

Cincinnati was listed as the 35th drunkest city in America with 9.8
drinks per person per month, 6.3 percent of adults being considered
heavy drinkers, 17.3 percent of adults who are binge drinkers and 6.8
people per 100,000 who die from alcohol liver disease.

Toledo finished at 15th and Cleveland at 22nd.

To read the full list of the drunkest cities in America, click here .

http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/local_news/40-drunkest-cities-in-the-us
http://www.thedailybeast.com/galleries/2469/1/
Re: 40 drunkest cities in the US
CINCINNATI - With New Year's Eve being one of the biggest party
holidays of the year, we look at which cities celebrate the most
throughout the year.

The Daily Beast put together a list of the 40 drunkest cities in the
U.S. based on average drinks per person per month, the percentage of
adults who are heavy or binge drinkers and the deaths per 100,000 from
alcohol liver disease.

Milwaukee, Wisc. takes the crown as the drunkest city in America with
an average of 12.76 drinks per person per month, 21.8 percent of
adults being binge drinkers and 7.1 percent considered heavy drinkers.

Rounding out the top five are Fargo, N.D., San Francisco, Calif.,
Austin, Tex., and Reno, Nev.

Cincinnati was listed as the 35th drunkest city in America with 9.8
drinks per person per month, 6.3 percent of adults being considered
heavy drinkers, 17.3 percent of adults who are binge drinkers and 6.8
people per 100,000 who die from alcohol liver disease.

Toledo finished at 15th and Cleveland at 22nd.

To read the full list of the drunkest cities in America, click here .

http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/local_news/40-drunkest-cities-in-the-us
http://www.thedailybeast.com/galleries/2469/1/
Re: 40 drunkest cities in the US
CINCINNATI - With New Year's Eve being one of the biggest party
holidays of the year, we look at which cities celebrate the most
throughout the year.

The Daily Beast put together a list of the 40 drunkest cities in the
U.S. based on average drinks per person per month, the percentage of
adults who are heavy or binge drinkers and the deaths per 100,000 from
alcohol liver disease.

Milwaukee, Wisc. takes the crown as the drunkest city in America with
an average of 12.76 drinks per person per month, 21.8 percent of
adults being binge drinkers and 7.1 percent considered heavy drinkers.

Rounding out the top five are Fargo, N.D., San Francisco, Calif.,
Austin, Tex., and Reno, Nev.

Cincinnati was listed as the 35th drunkest city in America with 9.8
drinks per person per month, 6.3 percent of adults being considered
heavy drinkers, 17.3 percent of adults who are binge drinkers and 6.8
people per 100,000 who die from alcohol liver disease.

Toledo finished at 15th and Cleveland at 22nd.

To read the full list of the drunkest cities in America, click here .

http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/local_news/40-drunkest-cities-in-the-us
http://www.thedailybeast.com/galleries/2469/1/
Re: 40 drunkest cities in the US
CINCINNATI - With New Year's Eve being one of the biggest party
holidays of the year, we look at which cities celebrate the most
throughout the year.

The Daily Beast put together a list of the 40 drunkest cities in the
U.S. based on average drinks per person per month, the percentage of
adults who are heavy or binge drinkers and the deaths per 100,000 from
alcohol liver disease.

Milwaukee, Wisc. takes the crown as the drunkest city in America with
an average of 12.76 drinks per person per month, 21.8 percent of
adults being binge drinkers and 7.1 percent considered heavy drinkers.

Rounding out the top five are Fargo, N.D., San Francisco, Calif.,
Austin, Tex., and Reno, Nev.

Cincinnati was listed as the 35th drunkest city in America with 9.8
drinks per person per month, 6.3 percent of adults being considered
heavy drinkers, 17.3 percent of adults who are binge drinkers and 6.8
people per 100,000 who die from alcohol liver disease.

Toledo finished at 15th and Cleveland at 22nd.

To read the full list of the drunkest cities in America, click here .

http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/local_news/40-drunkest-cities-in-the-us
http://www.thedailybeast.com/galleries/2469/1/
Re: 40 drunkest cities in the US
CINCINNATI - With New Year's Eve being one of the biggest party
holidays of the year, we look at which cities celebrate the most
throughout the year.

The Daily Beast put together a list of the 40 drunkest cities in the
U.S. based on average drinks per person per month, the percentage of
adults who are heavy or binge drinkers and the deaths per 100,000 from
alcohol liver disease.

Milwaukee, Wisc. takes the crown as the drunkest city in America with
an average of 12.76 drinks per person per month, 21.8 percent of
adults being binge drinkers and 7.1 percent considered heavy drinkers.

Rounding out the top five are Fargo, N.D., San Francisco, Calif.,
Austin, Tex., and Reno, Nev.

Cincinnati was listed as the 35th drunkest city in America with 9.8
drinks per person per month, 6.3 percent of adults being considered
heavy drinkers, 17.3 percent of adults who are binge drinkers and 6.8
people per 100,000 who die from alcohol liver disease.

Toledo finished at 15th and Cleveland at 22nd.

To read the full list of the drunkest cities in America, click here .

http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/local_news/40-drunkest-cities-in-the-us
http://www.thedailybeast.com/galleries/2469/1/

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