While Wisconsin is ranked 23rd in the country for overall health in a recent report, the state was also named the worst in the nation for excessive drinking.
United Health Foundation's annual America's Health Rankings report ranks states across a variety of factors like community and environment, policy, clinical care, and health outcomes.
The rankings were based on percent of adults who engage in excessive drinking. Wisconsin's ranking was nearly a quarter of all adults (24.2%).
Utah finished as the best state for excessive drinking, with only 12.2% of adults engaging in the activity.
The study also claims that men, young adults and higher-income adults are more likely to engage in excessive drinking than women, older adults and adults with lower incomes.
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