La Follette School of Public Affairs: Prohibition may have extended life for those born in dry counties

MADISON, Wis., - Although widely considered a disastrous period in American history, the prohibition movement of the early 20th century may have led to increased longevity for those born in places where alcohol was banned, according to a study co-authored by Jason Fletcher of the La Follette School of Public Affairs at UW-Madison.

As the first study to research th...

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