Gators, National Institute discussed on Ron St. Pierre

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The Gators were reportedly able to make contact with her son who said the family lost contact with al door a few years ago the police department says the sun was given contact information for the hospital were Allah door was taken and for her social worker north Providence police department putting out information about a gold ring believed been left behind by a suspect in a breaking and entering incident authorities say the ring was located on December thirtieth in connection to the reported incident on Wellesley Avenue north Providence PD is asking the public to identify the rightful owner of the ring and a possible suspect vehicle that was seen on camera footage the number of Americans who have died from alcohol related problems annually more than doubled between nineteen ninety nine and twenty seventeen a new study found and that's likely if under counter researchers said the study was published in the out in the journal alcoholism clinical and experimental research looking at data from death certificate from nineteen ninety nine to twenty seventeen researchers from the National Institute on alcohol abuse and alcoholism determined that the number of alcohol related deaths increased fifty point nine percent from sixteen point ninety twenty five point five per one hundred thousand specifically they counted thirty five thousand deaths in nineteen ninety nine and seventy two thousand by twenty seventeen that's not a loss of nearly one million Americans in that time period in twenty seventeen along two point six percent of about two point eight million deaths in the U. S. were alcohol related now coming up to six o'clock here add newsradio nine twenty one oh four seven FM go to give you a chance to get yourself some money we know he spent a lot on Christmas you got to pay those bills so right now it's a shot at a thousand dollars your chance to win now newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM your shot at one thousand.

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