Scotland: number of alcohol-related deaths 1994-2017, by gender

Number of alcohol-related deaths in Scotland from 1994 to 2017, by gender

by Conor Stewart, last edited Jan 9, 2019
Scotland: number of alcohol-related deaths 1994-2017, by gender This statistic displays the number of alcohol-related deaths in Scotland from 1994 to 2017. The data shows that the alcohol-related death rate is significantly higher among men than among women. In 2017, 854 men and 381 women died due to causes related to alcohol use.
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Number of alcohol-related deaths in Scotland from 1994 to 2017, by gender

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