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U.S. average annual alcohol-related deaths 2011-2015, by condition and gender

From 2011 to 2015, there were an average of 66,519 deaths attributable to excessive alcohol use per year among males in the United States. This statistic illustrates the average annual number of deaths attributable to excessive alcohol use in the U.S. from 2011 to 2015, by condition and gender.

Average annual number of deaths attributable to excessive alcohol use in the U.S. from 2011 to 2015, by condition and gender*

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Release date

July 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

From 2011 to 2015

Supplementary notes

* In the Alcohol-Related Disease Impact application (https://www.cdc.gov/ARDI), deaths attributable to excessive alcohol use include deaths from 1) conditions that are 100% alcohol-attributable, 2) deaths caused by acute conditions that involved binge drinking, and 3) deaths caused by chronic conditions that involved medium (>1 to ≤2 drinks of alcohol [women] or >2 to ≤4 drinks [men]) or high (>2 drinks of alcohol [women] or >4 drinks [men]) levels of average daily alcohol consumption.
§ Deaths calculated for the proportion of esophageal cancer deaths caused by squamous cell carcinoma only, based on the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results data in 18 states (SEER18). https://seer.cancer.gov/.
¶ Deaths among those consuming high average daily levels of alcohol only.
** Alcohol consumption prevalence estimates calculated among women aged 18–44 years only.
†† Deaths among persons aged 20–64 years only because of the high number of deaths from pneumonia among persons aged ≥65 years that are not alcohol-related and the lack of relative risks that differ by age.
§§ Deaths among persons aged 0–14 years.
¶¶ Deaths among persons aged 15–69 years only because of the high number of deaths from falls among persons aged ≥70 years that are not alcohol-attributable and the lack of alcohol-attributable fractions that differ by age.
*** Deaths among persons of all ages. A blood alcohol concentration level of ≥0.08 g/dL is used for defining alcohol attribution for this condition.

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