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Are Rates of Alcohol-Related Deaths among Women in Nevada on the Rise?

Middle-aged white women across the United States are struggling with heavy drinking and associated alcohol-related disease at higher rates, according to data analyzed by the Washington Post, and Nevada has not been exempt from this trend. This increased rate of alcohol ingestion and resulting disease has created a hike in rates of deaths caused by […]

Physical Impact of Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol abuse is a leading risk factor of disease burden globally.1 In 2019, about 14.5 million people 12 years or older suffered from an alcohol use disorder. That same year, it was estimated that 414,000 adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 had an alcohol use disorder.2 In the United States, the average per […]

Alcohol Sales Drop for the First Time in 15 Years

For the first time in 15 years, the sales of alcohol have dropped around the world, according to CNN. Euromonitor International, a market research firm, began tracking the numbers in 2001. In 2015, the company found that though the dollar amount of sales rose by 2 percent, the overall volume of alcohol consumed worldwide fell […]

Why Chugging a Fifth of Jack is a Bad Idea

First, let’s get one thing straight: this does not just apply to Jack Daniels, chugging a fifth of any alcohol is a terrible idea. People have been chugging alcohol since alcohol has existed, it’s a very human thing to do. Not the chugging, but the idea of pushing things to the limits. We can’t just […]