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Alcohol-related deaths in England

28 May, 2010

Infograph about alcohol-related deaths in England

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This is an infograph divided into two parts. The top part shows the heaviest drinking day in the week (England , 2008): each day is represented with a bottle of wine: the heavier the consumption on the day, the bigger the bottle. On Saturday things look tipsy (if not drunk); Thursday is the most sober day.

The bottom part shows alcohol-related deaths in England between 2001-2008: there is an increase of 23.6%. Through the years, the proportion of men / women who die because of alcohol is relatively stable: 65% of the victims are men and 35% are women.

Inspiration for this infograph came from an article on The Guardian.

Source:

The NHS Information Centre

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