How many people die from carrots each year?
none unless carrots are the only thing you eat whacko
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\n. \n Annual Sports Deaths \n. \n. \nThree to four million young men and women participate annually in organized high school and college athletics in the United States. These athletes clearly experience the benefits of participating in athletics. Unfortunately, each year a small number of at…hletes suffer significant sports-related injuries, leading to permanent disability or death (1,2). Sudden death of athletes is often highly publicized (3,4) heightening public awareness and concern (5). These tragic deaths have significant impact on athletes, coaches, sports administrators, sports organizations and entire communities, in addition to the immediate family. \n. \nIn October 1996, the National Athletic Trainers' Association Research and Education Foundation hosted a Summit titled "Sudden Death in the Athlete." Sports and medical organizations that work with athletes were invited to participate. \n. \nThe participating organizations developed a consensus on the most appropriate approach to the problem of sudden death in athletes. While sports-related deaths may be both traumatic and nontraumatic, it was agreed by the representatives to focus upon nontraumatic deaths (those resulting from the physical exertion involved in sports, not as the result of direct bodily injury). It is also recognized that traumatic sports injuries, both fatal and non-fatal, including non-penetrating blunt chest trauma, represent a serious problem requiring the attention of medical and sports organizations. \n. \nNontraumatic sports deaths are primarily cardiovascular in nature, however, approximately 20 to 25 percent of these deaths are due to noncardiovascular causes, including heat-related illness, rhabdomyolysis in individuals with sickle cell trait, and drug-related deaths (1). \n. \nThe frequency of nontraumatic sports deaths, while not known with certainty, has been estimated in a study of high school and college athletes using data obtained through the National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research (NCCSIR) (1). These data indicate an occurrence of approximately 16 nontraumatic sports deaths per year in organized high school and college athletics in the U.S. The estimated annual death rates were 7.5 and 1.3 deaths per million male and female athletes, respectively; 6.6 per million male high school and 14.5 per million male college athletes; and 1.2 per million female high school and 2.8 per million female college athletes. \n. \nWith respect to Martin Snytsheuvel, Esq. specific sports, the increased frequency of athletes dying while participating in basketball and football reflects a greater number of participants in those sports rather than increased risk of nontraumatic deaths (1). The small numbers of deaths, however, limit statistical comparisons. \n. \nMultiple cardiovascular disorders have been found to cause sudden death in athletes (1,2). These disorders are primarily congenital or familial conditions and, less frequently, acquired conditions (Table 1). \n. \nIt has been suggested that one of these cardiovascular disorders (hypertrophic cardiomyopathy) is disproportionately prevalent in African-American athletes (6). However, available data do not support the concept that there is an increased prevalence of any of these cardiovascular disorders within specific racial groups. \n. \nThe preparticipation physical evaluation of athletes has been addressed by a task force from multiple medical organizations (7). The specific issue of cardiovascular preparticipation screening of competitive athletes was addressed by a panel appointed by the American Heart Association Science Advisory and Coordinating Committee. The medical/scientific statement from that panel was published by the American Heart Association (8); endorsed and published by the American College of Sports Medicine (9); endorsed by the Board of Trustees of the American College of Cardiology; and supported by the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Cardiology. The recommendations from the organizations participating in the Summit on "Sudden Death in the Athlete" go beyond the cardiovascular preparticipation screening of athletes. They include monitoring of participating athletes, rapid response to medical emergencies, and appropriate follow-up for athletes experiencing symptoms suggestive of cardiovascular or other disorders that may result in a nontraumatic sports death. It is the ultimate purpose of these recommendations to reduce the frequency of these tragedies. ( Full Answer )
People do not die from HIV infection. HIV is the disease that leads to AIDS. It is the AIDS disease that is a killer. To be even more exact you don't really die from AIDS but rather AIDS related illnesses. These are illnesses that your immune system would normally fight off but cannot because AIDS h…as basically destroyed your immune system so it cannot function normally. The number of people that die from AIDS related complications every year is just a bit over 3 million. I have lived with HIV for over 25 years; no one dies of HIV. As stated above someone with HIV dies of an underlying cause such as pneumonia, swine flu, or cancer. ( Full Answer )
100,000 people die from lung cancer each year and not all of them smoked! If anyone out there who knows or has someone in their family tell them that they could die from lung cancer and that you don't want them to make it 101,000!!!!
According to UNAIDS, the AIDS epidemic claimed an estimated 2.8million (between 2.4 and 3.3 million) lives in 2005 of which morethan half a million (570,000) were children. . It should however be noted that this is only an estimate. Andthat obtaining accurate figures is complicated by severalfact…ors: . People do not die of AIDS as such - they die of the diseasesthat AIDS has made them vulnerable to. Therefore, the cause ofdeath is very often not given as AIDS or AIDS-related. . Diagnosing a death as AIDS related relies on the person havingbeen diagnosed as HIV-positive .. a diagnosis that has often notbeen made in a resource-limited setting. . With advances in medicine, AIDS is "greying". Instead of dieingfrom AIDS-related conditions, people who were living with AIDS areincreasingly dieing of old age. . In order to spare the feelings of relatives (and to protectthem from the stigma of being associated with AIDS) official causesof death are frequently recorded in a vague manner. ( Full Answer )
According to the CDC: ...during 2000--2004, cigarette smoking and exposure to tobacco smoke resulted in at least 443,000 premature deaths, approximately 5.1 million YPLL [years of potential life lost], and $96.8 billion in productivity losses annually in the United States.
Researchers estimate that 5.4 million people died from 1955 to 2002as a result of wars in 13 countries. Data from new studies suggeststhat 378,000 people worldwide died from a war-related death eachyear between 1985 and 1994, the medical journal The Lancet reportedin 2006 that an estimated 650,000 I…raqi civilians had been killedby that time since the start of the war. ( Full Answer )
In the world total anywhere between 2-5 million people die per yearfrom drugs directly or indirectly, there are people that are killeddue to drugs because they were killed for their money to buy drugs,they were killed from over dose, they were killed because someoneelse was driving a vehicle and cau…sed another vehicle full ofpeople to die. The question is generic so you will get a genericanswer. To adequately answer this question data has to be available on: . How many deaths occur among drug users (which requires thateverybody 'fess up) . How is the data authenticated and double dipping eliminated.How is false data from "groups with a message" eliminated . Are medical mistakes (by doctors, nurses, EMTs) in or out . What constitutes a drug - are things like caffeine, insulin inor out . Are complications from dirty equipment, not the drugs, in orout . How are medical drug users included or excluded (e.g. cannabisfor cancer patients) . Are deaths of reformed drug users in or out . How many of these deaths are due strictly to the drugs(eliminate tobacco users, auto crashes, deaths from poor judgement,old age, poor health in general) . Figure out how to identify deaths with drugs as a contributoryfactor and how to count them in or exclude them . Figure out what to do with deaths of people who were killed bydrug users either on purpose or accidentally and whether the drugwas a cause or just incidental . Are deaths from alcohol and smoking to be counted? . Are deaths from medically assisted euthanasia to becounted? The implication is that good data for this type of statistic isunobtainable and existing results are not meaningful. The "Pro"forces can drive the number down to zero and the "Anti" forces caninclude every death that has ever occurred. ( Full Answer )
Every year there are about 3-500 million cases and about 1-3 million deaths caused by malaria.
The number of people that die in Australia each year keepsfluctuating. It is estimated that there are 150,000 people who dieannually.
Around 200 people a day die in Kenya from Malaria. Most people in Kenya now have Mosquito net thanks to Comic Relief. VISIT: bbc/comicrelief.co.uk
Brain tumors will kill ~13,000 people in the US this year, and they are the second leading cause of cancer deaths in children and young adults  Ruggiero A, Cefalo G, Garre ML, Massimino M, Colosimo C, Attina G, et al: Phase II trial of temozolomide in children with recurrent high-grade … glioma. J Neurooncol 2005, 1-6. ( Full Answer )
About 4 to 6 percent. There is no alot of people live in deserts these days.
People die from chemotherapy because it is extremely toxic and ineffective. Most people die from chemotherapy rather than the cancer itself. I do not know the actual number but i have researched something around 75% of people who go through with chemo die from it directly from heart failure and or l…iver failure or other side effects. Another answer Chemotherapy's success record is dismal. It can achieve remissions in about 7% of all human cancers; for an additional 15% of cases, survival can be "prolonged" beyond the point at which death would be expected without treatment. This type of survival is not the same as a cure or even restored quality of life. "Most cancer patients in this country die of chemotherapy... Chemotherapy does not eliminate breast, colon or lung cancers. This fact has been documented for over a decade. Yet doctors still use chemotherapy for these tumours...Women with breast cancer are likely to die faster with chemo than without it. i don't know when these answers were posted but it seems to me that they must have been posted a few years ago. in 9/2008 i was treated for anal cancer with intensive chemotherapy and radiation and when a cat scan was performed in 12/2008 the stage 3 tumor along with the two involved nodes were cancer free. and i remain cancer free to date.-doreen montgomery, human Another answer Dr John Diamond may be correct as may be Dr Alan Levin, in a lot of the research I did in their past 5 to 6 months I was shocked to find that there may be a death sentence waiting if you do not get Chemo or Radio therapy but if these do not work than you will either die from complications or related symptoms. Up to 80% of cancer patients are reported to have died from complications from, treatment and side effects or related symptoms. Not from cancer itself. I have read that a survey of Canadian Doctors asking them if they would have Chemo has returned a 70% "No"answer. There are a lot of chemo treatments and some are being used in two or three combinations. The chemicals seem to be very toxic as staff panic if there is a spill. My father has just had 3 months of chemo and due to his re-occuring colorectal cancer, age and medical stuff ups, bleeding ( aneimic), Wrong medications and side effects froim treatments and medications. August 2009 a standard prostate check has left him with a torn intestine at the joint where previous surgery for cancer in 2005 had him stitched up after Radiotherapy and Chemo therapy and surgery to cut out a part of his bowel and re connect it. He had no problems until August and this was a five minute physical exam. Unfortunately his rectum area was bleeding and he could not control it. The doctors did not want to fix it with surgery or stitching it up. His rectum area got infected, despite months of going to Doctors they only offered antibiotics and suppositories. He decided to try cleaning the area out with salt water baths and other methods. But he still had a lot of pain. November 2009 he was a lot worse. December 2009 xMas he got a sudden temperature and I had to rush him to a local SW Sydney Hospital. After a long wait he was in extreme pain and his temperature was 39. He was seen by a doctor and she advised that he has an bladder infection. That may have spread to his kidney. And it was serious. They will use a strong anti biotic that will remain in his body and he may become VRE resistant as this occurs in a small percentage of patients. He was released after a few days and his temperature and condition had improved. But he was still bleeding from his rectal area and on December 30th 2009 a sudden temperature spike and infection set in I had him back in hospital for the new years celebration and this time he had a sore kidney. But now he is checked in just about every way there is and in 18 days had only 1 meal. I got very upset as I knew the problem was stemming from hois rectal area but the Doctors had to give him Xrays, CT scans, Pet scans and MIR. Including a colonoscopy. The first one failed due to the tube being too large and faulty. As they were pushing it in they tore him more. They said that he was infected and due to this they could not complete the colonoscopy. You must have a prostate problem I heard the doctor say. My father answered I had a regular check up and the reason I am bleeding and infected is because DR ________ examined me in August and had problems finding my prostate so he applied too much finger pressure to the side of my bum and hurt me. I got uptight and had a word with the Doctor. At this stage I felt like suing the hospital and getting my father out of there. I advised the Doctor to stop treating the symptoms and start treating the whole I was advised that his infection is probably causing pressure on his inner tubes preventing him fro going to the toilet for urinating and he can not empty his bladder. Within a few hours they came back and came to the conclusion that bladder was not being emptied due to an obstruction of the urinary tract and an infection. In turn this was now causing his left kidney to fail and they performed a surgery inserting an stem into his kidney. They said that his prostate was OK and they did a colonoscopy everything looked fine. How ever they wanted to do another scan. Finally mid January he is advised that there was a small cancerous lesion or growth on the out side of his large intestineor bowel. Since then he has has an stem in his right kidney. An SPC and Catheder, Infections and continuous bleeding and a tumor on his stomach after his SPC was changed and he got infected. Then he is told he has VRE as well. In short: he has days of life left and the Doctors now are trying to make him comfortable as they have given up. Chemo was his hope. He could not get radio as they over radiated him last time in 2005. This has more than likely contributed to his current state. Bones not producing enough blood to make up for the shortage. Multiple PE or blood clots in the lungs. Chemo was to hard and last week he almost died he had a minor stroke. In his state he was prescribed clexine. for blood thining. This had his potasium level up to 7 where the blood potasium should be 1. The cancer had spread. The Emergency Dr advised me he may have a feww months but his kidneys are failing now. Cancer has spread into his bones. And his immune system is totally shot. No apetite, has problems speaking and drinking and has been taken of the IV or drip.His chemo doctors had at no stage warned him that the chances this would work are slim. Now I am told by the honest one that Chemo often does not work and it depends on the circumstances of the patient. The other Doctor/s went into damage recovery mode while offering palantive care options. At no stage were we given the stage of the cancer by the chemo Doctors. Our family doctor advised it was stage 3 about two months ago. With Chemo and radio your chances are estimated at 50% to perhaps 60% depending on the cancer and patient. These treatments often extend your life but they are not cures. As per one Doctors comment "we gave him extra time" . From my research I found that Radio therapy may have 40% or above chance of shrinking tumors or cancer. Depending on when it is discovered. If you are lucky and change your life style and diet you may not get a re occurence. But here are some tips. Try alternate treatments. I now regret that I let my father whom had the utmost faith and trust in the Doctors and kept telling me not no question them or argue with them in our meetings have it his way.He did read and I showed him some information but he dispelled it. The cancer industry is a business. Search the web and get the facts and for gods sake as well as your own get a Doctor that is willing to be honest and break away from the system. At least you may get a better chance for survival.No guarantees but with Cancer you have to be in control and be advised. Please scrutinies their decisions and research the medications and conditions you have. Ask questions and if they block you out or do not want to spend time explaining find another Doctor whom will. After all this is you life. If caring for someone as I was try to guide them into the right direction. I failed but now my father realized it. Too Late. Alkalize you system. Have PH tests, use any known way of keeping your immune system as strong as possible. Make sure your blood has enough oxygen, and a good balance of minerals. Dads Magnesium level fell a lot lower on several occasions. Eat fresh Veggies and fruit. Minimize and cut out your intake of sugar as processed sugar and certain sugars are cancer food. Cancer likes acidic systems and thrives in them. These facts were known since 1931. For those whom have survived and are doing well. Keep the above in mind as Cancer is a clever cell and just because you have gone into remission does not mean you are out of the woods. I have my father as proof and my mother has had breast cancer. She now has cancer of their uterus. The probable ca=use as it was described to us and in a Dr briefing was Tamifoxin use for prevention of breast cancer.This increases your chances of getting cancer of the uterus. Take care and good luck. Another answer There are many untrue statements in all the paragraphs above and I would like to clarify some of them. A quick note: Blood potassium should be between about 3.7 and 5.2, not 1. Now, as a physician assistant who works with cancer patients and manages their chemo, let me say that depending on the cancer, chemo can save lives. It can cure. Now that said, cancer is unbelievably tough. It is smart and can even outsmart our best attempts at chemotherapy. Tumor cells learn how to "work around" the chemo, outsmart it even. Every cancer is different and so is their reaction to chemotherapy. 80% of patients do not die due to chemotherapy. That is absurd. We would not give treatment to patients knowing that 8 out of 10 of them will not return for their follow-up visit. Some die because we lose the battle fighting the tumor cells and the cancer takes over the other organs (metastatic disease). This ends with the patient passing away. Some die due to complications from other diseases that they already had prior to cancer diagnosis (diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, etc). Regardless, it is important to remember that the purpose of chemo is not always to cure a patient. In fact, in most cases, we only attempt to get the patient into remission, knowing we will battle the cancer again down the road. Sometimes chemo is used for palliative purpose, meaning to help with pain caused by the cancer or tumor. An example would be a bladder cancer patient with a large tumor that compresses on the spine causing pain. We may give chemo to shrink (not completely destroy) the tumor to provide that patient pain relief. We know we cannot kill the tumor, but if we can shrink it and relieve the pain, why not? It is also a known fact that patients who battle and survive one type of cancer are automatically at risk for developing a related cancer down the road. An example we commonly see is a prostate patient who later develops bladder or renal cancer. Please also understand that when you throw radiation therapy into the treatment, you are playing a whole different ball game. Radiation therapy is like chemo. Sometimes it cures, sometimes, it is palliative. The lasting effects are sometimes much more harsh. Regardless, I promise as a physician assistant who sees, evaluates, treats and loses cancer patients, I will never give up. We must support research as much as possible. Without it, we will never find a true cure. I too have lost loved ones and friends to cancer and I will never give up fighting, never give up hope. ( Full Answer )
There is almost always uncertainty whether a drug overdose wasaccidental, or possibly synergistic (combining drugs), or whetherthe drugs were used for intentional suicide. In the US, according to the National Center for Health Statistics,38,329 people died of drug overdoses in the United States in 2…010.Some 22,000 (57%) of those deaths involved prescription drugs, andabout 9400 involved a fatal combination of drugs. ( Full Answer )
More than 4500 people die annually from smoking related causes in NZ and it is the leading cause of preventable deaths. Lifetime smokers have a 50% chance of being killed by smoking and loose and average of 14 life years. The World Health Oganisation estimates that around 9% of deaths worldwide are …directly attributable to smoking. -All information given in population health paper at the University of Auckland. ( Full Answer )
226 people every 2 years die on roller coasters, which means 113 people die a year.
The annual death toll from poverty-related causes is around 18 million, or one-third of all human deaths.
In the US, approximately 36,000 die of seasonal flu each year. Mostly the aged and infirm or the very young infants.
It is the #1 killer in America currently. 1 in 4 Americans are diagnosed with cancer. As of 2008 565,650 people in America were expected to die from cancer. It has affected roughly 7.3 million people that are currently living worldwide. It kills over 1,500 U.S. citizens every day. And it kills nearl…y 547,500 Americans in a single year; that number is rising. ( Full Answer )
The gross death rate average for the world is 8.37 people per 1,000per year. With 7 billion people in the world, that means about58,590,000 people die each year in the world.
4,000 1 person dies every 2 hours for a total of 4380 per year, and that's just the people that die on the scene of the fire, that doesn't include the ones that die later due to injuries.
If you want a exact number please go to the DOD web site. There they can give the grim details. However you will find that the number is small. More Americans die each year from drugs and alcohol. They all need to be in our prayers...
Number of deaths for leading causes of death . Heart disease: 616,067 . Cancer: 562,875 . Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 135,952 . Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 127,924 . Accidents (unintentional injuries): 123,706 . Alzheimer's disease: 74,632 . Diabetes: 71,382 . Influenza and P…neumonia: 52,717 . Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis: 46,448 . Septicemia: 34,828 And death by waffles , that is the worst way to go. ( Full Answer )
There are more than 4000 chemicals in tobacco smoke, of which at least 250 are known to be harmful and more than 50 are known to cause cancer. Tobacco is the second major cause of death in the world, after cardiovascular disease, and is directly responsible for about one in ten adult deaths worldwid…e, equating to about 6 million deaths each year. Cigarettes kill half of all lifetime users. Half die in middle age - between 35 and 69 years old. No other consumer product is as dangerous, or kills as many people. Tobacco kills more than AIDS, legal drugs, illegal drugs, road accidents, murder, and suicide combined. (a.) Tobacco kills more men in developing countries than in industrialised countries, and it is likely that deaths among women will soon be the same. While 0.1 billion people died from tobacco use in the 20th century, ten times as many will die in the 21st century. (a.) If current trends continue, tobacco use could kill more than eight million people per year by 2030, and up to one billion people in total in the 21st century. (b.) According to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control state that there is "no safe level of exposure to tobacco smoke". Creating 100% smoke-free environments is the only way to protect people from the harmful effects of second-hand tobacco smoke. (b.) More than 80% of the world's one billion smokers live in low- and middle-income countries. The number of male smokers in China exceeds the entire population of the United States . Greece maintains the highest level of smoking, along with Turkey and Hungary, with 30% or more of the adult population smoking daily. Greece and Mexico are the only OECD countries where smoking appears to be increasing in both men and women. (b.) Only 5.4% of people are protected by comprehensive national smoke-free laws globally and Of the 100 most populous cities, 22 are smoke free. Second-hand smoke causes 600 000 premature deaths per year. In 2004, children accounted for 28% of the deaths attributable to second-hand smoke. ( Full Answer )
In the United States about 31,000 people die every year fromcirrhosis. Cirrhosis is a chronic disease of the liver.
According to a 2008 study, approximately 20 people for every100,000 die of colon cancer each year. This is 20 people of the 59that contract it, so generally, more than a quarter of thosediagnosed will succumb to the cancer.
There is no set number of deaths per year due to the fact that deaths by horse accidents are unpredictable.
Less than anyone would know of. LEGO has a clear warning of choking hazards on their toys. Children of small ages should buy duplo or quatro sets. Lego also is not lead painted.
No way to know. Not all are reported and those that are aren't always accidents
It is possible to die from shingles , but only those who have severely compromised immune systems are at risk. It is so rare that the statistic does not exist..
According to the US DOT, about 1000 deaths occur each year from train crashes. Of those, some 600 are due to train/automobile accidents.
In 2010, 8.8 million people fell ill with TB and 1.4 million died from TB.
One person is killed every half-hour due to drunk driving . Each year approximately 16,000 are killed in alcohol related crashes . Alcohol is a factor in almost half of all traffic fatalities . Every other minute a person is seriously injured in an alcohol related crash
the average year about 900 people die playing golf. The most common cause is when someone hits the ball and it goes down your throat, hitting the esophagus, sadly, its quite a relevant issue and needs to be adressed.
There is no way to really get an accurate number of those who dieunsaved. There may be many deathbed conversions, etc. and only Godknows who is saved as a certainty.
In the world total anywhere between 2-5 million people die per year from drugs directly or indirectly, there are people that are killed due to drugs because they were killed for their money to buy drugs, they were killed from over dose, they were killed because someone else was driving a vehicle and… caused another vehicle full of people to die. . ( Full Answer )
Approximatly the same amount of people as the number of people who own a lamborghini.
There appears to be around 2 million deaths from Tuberculosis every year around the world... Here are some older statistics from USA (In other words 2 million might be outdated). . 749 deaths in the USA 2001 (National Center for Health Statistics, CDC) . 776 deaths in the USA 2000 (National C…enter for Health Statistics, CDC) . 930 deaths in the USA 1999 (National Center for Health Statistics, CDC) . 1,112 deaths in the USA 1998 (National Center for Health Statistics, CDC) Read more at http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/t/tuberculosis/deaths.htm?ktrack=kcplink. ( Full Answer )
actually 99% of why people die in surgery is the condition that they come in before surgery. 1% is just the odds. whoever looked this up, good luck at your surgery. you will be just fine.
Usally none, I've only heard of it happening once and that was a freak accident. If this is keeping you from skiing don't let it. Go out there and have fun it's a great sport.
5-15 people die each year because of cheerleading. It's even illegal in some parts of the world.
7 million \nestimated 7 million people die by stds a year an estimated 7 million people die each year from stds
The National Safety Council reported in 2000 that the number of deaths by d rowning and submersion while in or falling into a bath-tub was 341. A complete summary of common causes of death can be found in the related link.
I did some research and I came up with this. 8 to 10 thousand people worldwide die each year from opiates. When mixed with alcohyol or benzos the risk of death goes up by 50 percent. With that factor included worldwide deaths due to mixing opiates with other substances. Other than pot. Its harmless.… Goes up to 22 thousand worldwide last year alone. So do it in moderation. Experienced users no more than 60 to 75 mg will be sufficient. In new users start out as low of a dsage as possible and see what your reaction is. Try 15 mg and wait an hour. If you still need more take another 15 mg oxycodone and wait another hour. Repeat as needed but don't do over 45 mg. ( Full Answer )
The number of people that die from cardiac arrest each year will depend on the country in question. In the United States, 295,000 people die each heart from cardiac arrest.
well it all depends on the type of storm and how bad it is i cant really answer that ..maybe if you gave a bit more detail ..sorry
That is an imposible to answer question. Any answer you get isgoing to be speculation based on very little tangible data.
Approximately 2.5 million people die each year from AIDS in Africa. This number is decreasing due to more vaccines being transported over to third world countries.
No, but if your pregnant and you get fifth disease you could passon the sickness to the fetus and increase risk of still-birth andmiscarriage.
It varies year to year. In the US, 39 persons were executed in2013, 43 each year in 2012 and 2011.