According to a new report from JAMA network deaths due to Alcohol have risen 33% between 2000-2016.
Deaths due to alcohol rose 33% from 2000 to 2016, reaching a high of 34,857. This includes medical deaths but not accidents or trauma, so itâ€™s something of an underestimate. New report our in â¦@JAMANetworkOpenâ©. https://t.co/ilNItQofUi pic.twitter.com/93CPUHuI9u
â€” Stefan Kertesz (@StefanKertesz) February 22, 2020
FindingsÂ Â In this serial cross-sectional study using US mortality data from 2000 to 2016, large increases in alcohol-induced mortality among both men and women were observed. Despite initial decreases among some groups, significant increases in mortality were observed among all racial/ethnic groups in the years 2013 to 2016.
They also claim this needs “urgent attention”:
MeaningÂ Â The recent acceleration of alcohol-induced deaths observed in this study indicates a broad public health challenge worthy of urgent attention
Why are our elected officials not talking about this? Will, any of them take this on?
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