Will Kansas City Quit Boozing In 2022?!?

Probably not.

But that doesn't mean it's not something to consider in the chill of this winter night.

A worthwhile stat to reconsider . . .

"During the pandemic, one study by the RAND Corporation found alcohol use in adults rose by 14%, with women seeing a 41% increase in heavy drinking."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

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With alcohol consumption up for adults during the pandemic, health experts say now might be the time to try a "Dry January." Not only can a month off drinking provide real health benefits but doctors say it can help shed light on your own drinking habits.