Thursday, December 4, 2008

Alcohol Main Cause of Death in Finland

The number of people who die from alcohol-related diseases or alcohol poisoning continues to rise. Alcohol remains the most common cause of death for men and women in Finland.
A total of 2,184 people died of alcohol poisoning or alcohol-related diseases last year. The number is up nearly nine percent from 2006.

Coronary heart disease is the second leading cause of death for Finnish males between the ages of 15 and 64. For women, breast cancer is the second leading cause of death. However the number of people under 65 who die as a result of coronary heart disease has dropped by half over the past 20 years. Meanwhile death from breast cancer has remained unchanged over the past decade.

1 comment:

Bradpetehoops said...

Yes it is true from the time of Cain son of Adam and Eve alcohol is a problem till in our time up to the future. Other sportsman don't like alcohol and they prosper in sports they played. LDS or Mormon ( they don't drink alcohol.