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Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost From Excessive Alcohol Use

30 julio, 2020

 

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Recommendations and Reports

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Essential Components of a Public Health Tuberculosis Prevention, Control, and Elimination Program: Recommendations of the Advisory Council for the Elimination of Tuberculosis and the National Tuberculosis Controllers Association

The Advisory Council for the Elimination of Tuberculosis and the National Tuberculosis Controllers Association have updated recommendations on essential tuberculosis program elements needed in U.S. public health jurisdictions to maintain progress toward national and international objectives.

WEEKLY REPORT

Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost From Excessive Alcohol Use — United States, 2011–2015

Excessive drinking is a leading cause of preventable death in the United States and is associated with numerous health and social problems. During 2011–2015, excessive drinking was responsible for approximately 93,000 deaths. Widespread implementation of prevention strategies could help reduce deaths and years of potential life lost from excessive drinking.

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QUICKSTATS

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

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PDF of Recommendations and Reports (link) and the Weekly Issue (link).

Last modified: 30 julio, 2020

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