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Alcohol-Related Disease Impact (ARDI) Application

From March 1, 2018 to March 18, 2019, incorrect estimates of alcohol-attributable deaths, years of potential life lost, and alcohol-attributable fractions for some chronic conditions (e.g., acute pancreatitis, breast cancer, ischemic heart disease) were posted on the ARDI website. This issue has now been resolved, and the incorrect data have been removed and replaced with the data that were available on the ARDI website before this systems error occurred. However, we recommend that any ARDI user who downloaded or otherwise used ARDI data during the timeframe noted confirm that that information matches the data currently available on the ARDI website, and if not, discard the old data or reports and replace them with those currently available on the ARDI website. We apologize for this inconvenience. Please feel free to contact us with any questions, using the Contact Us About ARDI button at the top of the ARDI webpages.
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ARDI is an online application that provides national and state estimates of alcohol-related health impacts, including deaths and years of potential life lost (YPLL). These estimates are calculated for 54 acute and chronic causes using alcohol-attributable fractions, and are reported by age and sex for 2006-2010.

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Custom Data

The Custom Data User feature allows you to conduct your own analyses of alcohol-attributable harms in the ARDI application using local data. The Alcohol Related Disease Impact (ARDI) Custom Data User Manual is available to download.

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Data Portal

ARDI data are included in the CDC Chronic Disease and Health Promotion Open Data Site, which allows you to create filtered datasets and customize visualizations, as well as quickly access a wide range of chronic disease data, risk factor indicators, and policy measures.

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