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Table 1 Proportion of global mortality and DALYs attributable to alcohol (net burden)

From: A narrative review of alcohol consumption as a risk factor for global burden of disease

Year Proportion of global mortality attributable to alcohol Proportion of global DALYs attributable to alcohol Reference
1990 1.5 % 3.5 % [12, 155]
2000 3.2 % (W: 0.6 %; M: 5.6 %) 4.0 % (W: 1.3 %; M: 6.5 %) [16, 156]
2004 3.8 % (W: 1.1 %; M: 6.3) 4.6 % (W: 1.4 %; M: 7.6 %) [157]
2010 5.2 % (W: 3.1 %; M: 6.9 %) 3.9 % (W: 2.0 %; M: 5.4 %) [10, 18]a
2012 5.9 % (W: 4.0 %; M: 7.6 %) 5.1 % (W: 2.3 %; M: 7.4 %) [9]
2013 5.1 % (W: 3.1 %; M: 6.8 %) 4.1 % (W: 1.9 %; M: 5.9 %) [11, 18]a
2015 GBD 2015 and WHO Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health to be published in 2016
  1. aThe given estimates for mortality are not available in the Lancet publications of the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 and 2013 [10, 11]. They were obtained from GDB Compare [18]. Please note that these estimates may change when the methodology changes, so the date of assessment is important