Alaska ranks as the number one state in the nation for alcohol poisoning from 2010 to 2012, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The CDC counts alcohol poisoning deaths as those occurring among persons 15 years or older in which alcohol poisoning was classified as the underlying cause of death.
The alcohol poisoning death rate for Alaska was 46.5 per one million people.
New York ranked 21st with 8.8 deaths per million people.
All states in the US were tied last year for Marijuana poisoning deaths - at zero.
There are no stats on marijuana poisoning deaths available since no one has ever recorded a death due to a marijuana overdose in the history of humankind.