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Heavy drinking costs U.S. $223.5B a year – D.C. has highest tab

A new CDC report shows these alcohol-related health woes take a heavy financial toll on the U.S., to the tune of $223.5 billion a year, and some states’ wallets fared worse than others. Washington D.C. has the highest per-person cost associated with excessive drinking ($1,662 per person), and productivity losses (such as missed work) of a staggering 82 percent.  More…

Posted by at August 17, 2013
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