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More than 2200 people die from alcohol poisoning each year in the United States ― six people a day on average. Alcohol poisoning is caused by drinking large quantities of alcohol in a short period of time. Very high levels of alcohol in the body can shut down critical areas of the brain that control breathing, heart rate, and body temperature, resulting in death.

 

 

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