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Gender gaps in life expectancy and alcohol consumption in Eastern Europe. / Trias Llimós, S.; Janssen, F.

25.02.2019.

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title = "Gender gaps in life expectancy and alcohol consumption in Eastern Europe",
abstract = "Female life expectancy is higher than that of males, and this gender gap is largest in Eastern Europe. Sergi Trias-Llim{\'o}s and Fanny Janssen show that alcohol-attributable mortality explained more than 15{\%} of this gap in eight Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries in 2012, and describe how the situation has evolved over time. Their results suggest that effectively tackling alcohol abuse among young men in these countries would help to reduce the gender gap in life expectancy.",
keywords = "gender gaps, life expectancy, alcohol consumption, Eastern Europe",
author = "{Trias Llim{\'o}s}, S. and F. Janssen",
year = "2019",
month = "2",
day = "25",
language = "English",

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N2 - Female life expectancy is higher than that of males, and this gender gap is largest in Eastern Europe. Sergi Trias-Llimós and Fanny Janssen show that alcohol-attributable mortality explained more than 15% of this gap in eight Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries in 2012, and describe how the situation has evolved over time. Their results suggest that effectively tackling alcohol abuse among young men in these countries would help to reduce the gender gap in life expectancy.

AB - Female life expectancy is higher than that of males, and this gender gap is largest in Eastern Europe. Sergi Trias-Llimós and Fanny Janssen show that alcohol-attributable mortality explained more than 15% of this gap in eight Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries in 2012, and describe how the situation has evolved over time. Their results suggest that effectively tackling alcohol abuse among young men in these countries would help to reduce the gender gap in life expectancy.

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