U.N.: Excessive Drinking Killed Over 3 Million People Worldwide in 2016
8 monthes ago - By Time
Drinking too much alcohol killed more than 3 million people in 2016, mostly men, the World Health Organization said.
The U.N. health agency also warned that current policy responses are not sufficient to reverse trends predicting an increase in consumption over the next 10 years.
In a new report Friday, the agency said that about 237 million men and 46 million women faced alcohol problems, with the highest prevalence in Europe and the Americas. Europe has the highest global per capita alcohol consumption, even though it has already dropped by 10 percent since 2010.
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UN: Excessive drinking killed over 3 million people in 2016
8 monthes ago - By ABC News
The World Health Organization says that drinking too much alcohol killed more than 3 million people in 2016, mostly men
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