1) Coronary Heart disease
4) Lung Cancers
5) Colon/Rectum Cancers
The five leading causes of death in the 18th and 19th Centuries were complications from injuries, smallpox, tuberculosis, cholera, and yellow fever.
There are several causes of death in the world. The top five causes are heart disease, cancer, lower respiratory diseases, accidents, and strokes.
Car accident, Cancer, heart diseases, stroke, kidney diseases
In 2007, over 64 percent of all deaths were caused by heart disease, cancer, stroke, chronic lower respiratory diseases, and accidents. However, the general causes of death are modified based on age.
1-5 by choking 6-11 by accident 12-25 by suicide 26-35 by murder 36-49 by sickness 50-death by old age
Australia is much like the rest of the world when it comes to the leading causes of death. The top five diseases or causes of death in Australia are heart disease, stroke or brain hemorrhage, dementia and Alzheimer's, lung cancer, and chronic lower respiratory disease.
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The leading causes of morbidity in Japan are listed by number : 1. "Stroke"2."Flu"3. "Heart attack/heart disease"4. "Lung Cancer"5. "Stomach Cancer"
As of 2005: For older teens: 1. Unintentional Injury (which includes car accidents, the leading cause of death) 2. Homicide 3. Suicide 4. Malignant Neoplasms 5. Heart Disease For younger teens: 1. Unintentional Injury 2. Malignant Neoplasms 3. Suicide 4. Congenital Anomalies 5. Homicide
The mortality rate of France is about 5 per 1000 live births. Mortality is the state of being subject to death.
King Francis II of France died on December 5, 1560 at the age of 16.
King Louis X of France died on June 5, 1316 at the age of 26.
King Philip III of France died on October 5, 1285 at the age of 40.
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Aids, cancer, murder, rape, age
April 5, For the death of Kurt Cobain. A leading artist in Grunge style music. From the Band "Nirvana"
Germaine Ledoyen died on February 5, 1998, in Paris, France of natural causes.
rape, murder, suicide, overdose on drugs, car accidents
<P>1- ischemic heart dis <P>2- trauma (car accidents, natural disaster, war and etc.) <P>3- malignant diseases <P>4- respiratory diseases <P>5- infectious diseases like HIV and etc.</P>
Pueumonia, Tuberculosis, Diarrea, Heart Disease, Stroke
The five most common Causes of death (2002)Â· 1. Lower respiratory infectionsÂ· 2. MalariaÂ· 3. Diarrhoea diseases4.Perinatal conditions5.Malignant neoplasm's
its not a virus its a bacteria. No, it's a virus. The genus is Lyssavirus. It causes acute, severe encephalitis and almost always causes death within 5-18 days after first symptoms appear.
Between 1999 and 2000, the five leading causes of death among men in China were1. malignant neoplasms2. diseases of the heart3. cerebrovascular disease4. accidents5. infectious diseasesand among women:1. diseases of the heart2. cerebrovascular disease3. malignant neoplasms4. pneumonia and influenza5. infectious diseaseshttp://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/full/353/11/1124Don't forget the countless abortions caused by the one-child policy and the desire for sons. Eligible young women are getting to be a rare commodity.
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