By David Mittleman

1 in 10 Deaths Among Adults Caused by Alcohol-Related Illness

When you hear about drinking and death, it’s usually because we’re referring to drinking and driving or liver disease from excessive alcohol consumption. However, most deaths caused by alcohol in adults are linked to a plethora of illnesses including acute pancreatitis, psychosis, several types of cancer, suicide and falling accidents. In fact, there are 54 different conditions linked to alcoholism.

Binge Drinking Accounts for Over Half of Alcohol-Related Deaths

One of the main problems accounting for alcohol-related deaths is binge drinking, with 51% of all alcohol-related deaths attributable …read more