After a season of indulgence, many Americans resolve to drink less in the new year. It’s a common pledge – many of us can recall cringe-worthy texts sent after a raucous night out or a regrettable comment uttered after that third glass of wine. These intentions are rooted in a stark reality. For all the deserved attention the opioid crisis gets, alcohol overuse remains a persistent public health problem and is responsible for more deaths, as many of 88,000 per year. Read more here.