Approximately 18 percent of U.S. adults drink an unhealthy amount of alcohol, 24/7 Wall St. reports. That's considered more than four drinks for women and five drinks for men in one go, or eight drinks for women and 15 drinks for men per week.
Knowing that alcohol, in one way or another, kills nearly 88,000 people every year in the U.S., 24/7 Wall St. decided to look at which cities have the biggest problem with alcohol and which are teetotalers.
Here are the 10 most — and least — boozy cities in the U.S., along with the percentage of the adult population drinking excessively:
Appleton, Wisconsin: 26.8 percent
Oshkosh-Neenah, Wisconsin: 26 percent
Green Bay, Wisconsin: 25.6 percent
Madison, Wisconsin: 25.5 percent
Fargo, North Dakota-Minnesota: 25.2 percent
La Crosse-Onalaska, Wisconsin-Minnesota: 25.1 percent
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin: 24.6 percent
Ames, Iowa: 24.4 percent
Eau Claire, Wisconsin: 24.3 percent
Mankato-North Mankato, Minnesota: 24.2 percent
Provo-Orem, Utah: 9.2 percent
St. George, Utah: 9.9 percent
Beckley, West Virginia: 10.4 percent
Logan, Utah-Idaho: 11.2 percent
Ogden-Clearfield, Utah: 11.2 percent
Parkersburg-Vienna, West Virginia: 11.3 percent
Morristown, Tennessee: 11.3 percent
Jackson, Tennessee: 11.4 percent
Johnson City, Tennessee: 11.5 percent
Charleston, West Virginia: 11.7 percent
Read the full lists here.