The 10 Most Hungover Cities In America

The 10 Most Hungover Cities In America
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Most American adults enjoy a drink now and then, and health experts will tell you there’s nothing wrong with that, if kept to a single drink a day!

But as we’ve just recently seen, New Year’s Eve revelry serves as a reminder that the rules of moderation sometimes go out the window!

The question we have: Which places throw out those rules too often? Where does a love of a good time morph into a chronic health problem?

10. San Diego

Average drinks, per person, per month: 12.44

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 6.1

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 17.2

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 8.3


9. Anchorage

Average drinks, per person, per month: 13.66

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 6

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 17.1

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 6.7


8. Boston

Average drinks, per person, per month: 14.38

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 7

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 20

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 1.3


7. Omaha

Average drinks, per person, per month: 12.09

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 7.3

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 19.7

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 3.8


6. Burlington

Average drinks, per person, per month: 12.24

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 6.9

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 18

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 6.2


5. Reno

Average drinks, per person, per month: 12.13

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 8.6

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 16.8

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 11.9


4. Austin

Average drinks, per person, per month: 13.77

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 6.8

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 20.4

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 3.3


3. San Francisco

Average drinks, per person, per month: 12.06

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 8.2

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 19.6

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 6.9


2. Fargo

Average drinks, per person, per month: 12.48

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 8.1

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 21.8

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 3.5


1. Milwaukee

Average drinks, per person, per month: 12.76

Percent of adults who are heavy drinkers: 7.1

Percent of adults who are binge drinkers: 21.8

Deaths per 100,000 residents from alcoholic liver disease: 3.9

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