Alcohol Abuse as a Leading Cause of Death

Posted: April 18, 2014 by cpmacartersville in Resources, Useful Information
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Alcohol use is the third leading cause of lifestyle-related death in the United States (CDC reports). Death from alcohol abuse can result from short-term and long-term causes. Violence, traffic injuries, and alcohol poisoning are just a few of the short-term ways people can die in relation to alcohol use. Longer-term causes include liver disease, cancer, and psychiatric problems. Below, you’ll find a list of articles related to Alcohol and Death. Read them, share them, and be sure to rethink the drink to avoid these sorts of situations listed above.

>> Alcohol and Death Fact Sheet

>> Alcohol Linked to 75,000 Deaths a Year

>> Alcohol and Cardiac Death

>> News About Alcohol as a Leading Cause of Death

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