Tobacco and Alcohol Consumption in Latin America and North America – Risk Management

Tobacco and Alcohol Consumption in Latin America and North America

The risk an individual faces may be a combination of various factors: death, the threat of natural disasters, accidents, and market volatility. In terms of personal well being, some risks may affect life expectancy and result in temporary or permanent disabilities.

  • Adult Alcohol Consumption per capita (age > =15 years), expressed in liters, 2012.
  • Adult Tobacco Consumption per capita (age > =15 years), expressed in percentages, 2012.
  • Smoking and alcohol consumption decrease life expectancy. These are determining factors when issuing a life insurance policy.