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.
the whole world
Alcohol has provided pleasure to people around the world for thousands of years and continues to do so. that's why drinking is part of culture.
there is no exact number but there is a percentage = the percentage of people doing drugs in the whole world is about...... 55% and alcohol would be about 75%
Drinking alcohol is caused by fermentation of sugar by yeast, a fungus, in an anaerobic environment.10% of the world have problems drinking and when they have one they cannot control themselves.
Alcohol producers target the consumers of their competitors because advertising doesn't cause people to begin drinking, according to research by governments, health agencies and universities around the world.
The maximum number of deaths in the world related to any one particular cause is due to the consumption of alcohol. Millions of people die every year only because of intake of alcohol. I need not go into the details of all the ill-effects of alcohol since most of them are commonly known.
Well, that depends. Are you counting alcohol related crashes, liver disease, alcohol violence, bar brawls, etc. But I will answer your question. A WHOLE LOT OF PEOPLE. Give up the sauce, man. Yes, also you have you add in the fact that every single country in the world has alcohol in it. and it is not illegal.
Unable to answer. It varies widely all over the world.
Scientific research from around the world indicates that alcohol advertising does not induce teens or non-drinkers to begin drinking alcohol.
The previous answer is problematic, in that it does not seem to take into account the parts of the world in which the legal drinking age is lower; the majority of the world has the legal drinking age between 16 and 18, with ages higher or lower being outliers. In fact, much of the United States allows alcohol consumption under the age of 21, with exceptions such as drinking in public or unsupervised. Only the purchase of alcohol is universally restricted by age in the US. That said, beer is consumed around the world, by people of nearly all ages and walks of life. Not just by people 21 or over. ________ People 21 or older who likes it............
The average of onset of drinking around the world is 12 and few of those become alcohol dependent.
Yes, Germany is the country with the highest alcohol intake in the world. Drinking (but not alcohol abuse!) has a positive image and the regulation laws are some of the least restrictive ones in the world.
the whole world should but not the whole world does
The average age around the world of the onset of drinking is 12 years.
Around the world, the most common age at which drinking begins is about 13. from 13 and 19 abuses the most alcohol.
in my personnel opinion there is really nothing safer in this world then tap in America. iv been drinking tap my whole life.
In the western world there are no laws regarding the consequences of drinking while pregnant. I assume in Islam country's where the consumption of alcohol is not permitted there may be some.
Back in 18th Centuary the slantly people in the world such as the asians used to smoke weed whilst drinking port. But then that all changed, the asians started stuffing weed buds in each others rear ends causing them to be chumps.
South Africans consume more than six billion litres of alcohol in a year. This makes us one of the highest alcohol consuming nations in the world. Drinking has become a widely societal norm.
How many people does it take to circle the whole entire world in one line?
Many people around the world still support prohibition of alcohol,
No one knows
There is no correct answer because every second people are drinking clean water..But, also every second people are drinking dirty water.