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Colorado Springs is 16th-most hungover city in U.S.

By: The Gazette
January 4, 2014 Updated: January 5, 2014 at 12:52 am
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Colorado Springs ranks as the 16th-most hungover city in the United States, according to Business Insider.

Two other Colorado cities made the list, with Denver ranking No. 6 and Fort Collins coming in at No. 13. The only other state with as many cities making the list was Massachussetts, with Springfield (No. 5), Worcester (No. 8) and Boston (No. 24).

Kansas, Nebraska and Minnesota each had two cities make the list.

The rankings use a variety of factors, including the Center for Disease Control’s most recent data on binge drinking as well as numbers of bars, liquor stores and breweries per capita.

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