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Addiction

05 October 2011

Tough economy keeps more drunks off the roads

The US economic slowdown could have an upside: a dramatic decline in the number of drinking and driving incidents, a new federal study suggests.

The US economic slowdown could have an upside: a dramatic decline in the number of drinking and driving incidents, a new federal study suggests.

Although the exact cause of the drop is uncertain, a slow economy could be a factor, the CDC said.

People drink at home

 

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