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134 deaths in Bolton blamed on alcohol

25th August 2011

Alcohol profiles put together by the North West Public Health Observatory, based at Liverpool John Moores University, have highlighted how alcohol has directly caused the deaths of 134 people in Bolton over the past two years.

From profiles which contain 25 alcohol-related indicators for every local authority and 22 for every primary care trust in England the picture in Bolton was bleak with adults losing more months of their lives and more of them being admitted to hospital than the national average.

 

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