A man walks by a bar advertising their special offer in central London, Monday, March 16, 2009. England's Chief Medical Officer, Sir Liam Donaldson in his 2008 Annual Report 'On the State of Public Health', launched Monday, made recommendations to the Government to tackle alcohol harm, and particularly the collateral damage to society, family members, the National Health Services and the economy. He also calls for a minimum pricing of 50 pence per unit of alcohol to be introduced to reduce the consumption of alcohol and its associated harms. (AP Photo/Sang Tan)
RENO, Nev. (AP) - A magazine is ranking Reno the No. 2 "drunkest city," in the nation.
The March 2010 issue of Men's Health also puts Las Vegas at No. 11. The magazine says it ranked cities based on death rates from alcoholic liver disease, drunk driving car crashes, frequency of binge-drinking in the past month, number of DUI arrests, and severity of DUI penalties. Fresno,
Calif., ranked No. 1. Billings, Mont., ranked No. 3.