The last person to answer this simply replied "very few." In the United States alone, an estimated 79,000 people die from excessive alcohol use each year (not counting an additional 16-17,000 deaths from alcohol-related car accidents). However, virtually none of these deaths result from alcohol poisoning.
4000 as of 2006
Approximately 2000 college students nationwide between the ages of 18-25 die each year from alcohol poisoning. Just as many have alcohol related injuries.
Right around 120 people died from food poisoning each year in Australia. It could be much worse since the number of new food poisoning cases in Australia is 11,500 per day.
17% of Australia's population who drink alchohol each year.recorded in 2003.thanks.
4000 people each year die from food poisining each year
1000 people die each year because of
Billions of people
38% of aussies are put in to hospital from to much alcohol each year.
500,000 people die each year from Alcohol
According to one estimate, each year 115,000 people die prematurely from the abuse of alcohol.
People do not die from drinking alcohol, only from drinking it abusively or excessively.
100,000,000 each year
ARE YOU KIDDING ME??!?! ALCOHOL!! Hardly any people die from weed related accidents!
No one knows how many die from alcohol abuse. However, many people live longer because of their moderate consumption of alcohol.
24.9 million people visit Germany each year. :D