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Booze Kills 3.3 Million People Every Year

Author: Shortsleeve, Cassie

In the time it takes for that sip of pinot to hit your lips, someone is taking their last breath—an unfortunate but all too common consequence of worldwide drinking habits, according to a new World Health Organization release.

The figures are staggering too: 3.3 million—the amount of people who lost their lives to alcohol in 2012 alone—and 5.9—the percentage of global deaths blamed on booze. “This translates to about one death every 10 seconds,” says Shekhar Saxena, M.D., and director of the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse at the World Health Organization. [Tweet this news

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