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The Drunkest (and Driest) Cities in America

Though alcohol is enjoyed responsibly by millions of Americans every day, it is also misused and abused by many -- and over consumption can have serious consequences. According the Centers ...
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The Drunkest (and Driest) Cities in America

The subject of two constitutional amendments and the pillar of a major U.S. industry, alcohol is inextricably tied to America’s political and commercial history. On an individual level, alcohol is ...
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The Drunkest (and Driest) Cities in America

Alcohol poisoning and alcohol-related liver diseases are major contributors to the recently identified spike in mortality among middle aged, white Americans. Alcohol is the fourth leading cause of preventable death ...
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The Drunkest City in Every State

Excessive drinking claims the lives of tens of thousands of Americans each year and is responsible for about 1 in every 10 deaths among working age adults. Alcohol abuse also ...
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The Drunkest City in Each State

Alcohol abuse cost the United States $250 billion in 2010, according to a 2015 study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These costs include health care expenses associated ...
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The 5 Most Sober Cities in America

In the recent 24/7 Wall St. article "The Drunkest (and Driest) Cities in America," the "drunken" part of the list attracted the most attention from readers and the media. The other ...
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The Drunkest City in Each State

Excessive drinking cost the United States $250 billion in 2010, according to a 2015 study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The study estimated lost productivity and ...
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The Best and Worst Thing About Each State

Californians are likely proud of Hollywood, but probably not that proud of the air pollution problems some of their cities face. Idahoans no doubt are proud of their potato production, ...
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Retailers Hiring the Most Employees for the Holidays

 Retailers are poised to add around 755,000 temporary workers this holiday season, in line with last year’s job additions, according to staffing experts Challenger Gray & Christmas. The only company ...
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America’s Best and Worst States to Live In

Life satisfaction in a given state is often based on highly subjective measures -- whether the climate is nice, whether friends and family are present, and other factors. While a ...
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The Laziest City in Each State

Americans appear to be exercising more and more every year. When surveyed about their exercise habits, 73% of Americans reported they engaged in physical activity during their leisure time. Of ...
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15 American Ghost Towns

U.S. home prices have recovered substantially since the housing crisis. The improvement, however, has been uneven, and in many U.S. cities housing markets continue to struggle. In others, property values ...
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States With The Best and Worst Diets

As researchers have shown time and again, a poor diet is the single largest determinant of unhealthy weight gain, and is a principal component of unhealthy lifestyles more generally. While ...
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Millennials to Drive Long-Term Housing Demand

In 2014, the single largest cohort of millennials was 23 years old, with 24-year-olds and 22-year-olds clustered around them at about 4.5 million people of each age. When those 23-year-olds ...
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The Most Iconic Product in Each State

Each state has a set of symbols such as a flag, flower, tree, and an animal or bird. Often, though, a certain product rather than a symbol is most identified ...
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