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In the news: Binge drinking & older adults

Many people hear “binge drinking” and think primarily of college students. But a recent CDC report found that the age group most likely to die of alcohol poisoning is actually white men, ages 35-64.

WPIX reporter Carolyn Costello spoke to Odyssey House Vice President, Director of Adult Residential Services Justin Mitchell and one of our ElderCare clients about the reasons why binge drinking is such a problem among this population.

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