2017 in review … what killed us

 

http://www.romans322.com/daily-death-rate-statistics.php

Here is the list from the end of 2016 if interested in comparing
United States of America
RealTime
CURRENT DEATH TOLL
from Jan 1, 2017 – Dec 31, 2017 (11:36:39 AM)


Abortion*: 1090465
Heart Disease: 613479
Cancer: 590862
Tobacco: 349505
Obesity: 306566
Medical Errors: 251098
Stroke: 132915
Lower Respiratory Disease: 142741
Accident (unintentional): 135861
Hospital Associated Infection: 98860
Alcohol: 99859
Diabetes: 76380
Alzheimer’s Disease: 93409
Influenza/Pneumonia: 55149
Kidney Failure: 42702
Blood Infection: 33417
Suicide: 42713
Drunk Driving: 33760
Unintentional Poisoning: 31713
All Drug Abuse: 24970
Homicide: 16775
Prescription Drug Overdose: 14979
Murder by gun: 11477
Texting while Driving: 5981
Pedestrian: 4993
Drowning: 3909
Fire Related: 3495
Malnutrition: 2768
Domestic Violence: 1458
Smoking in Bed: 779
Falling out of Bed: 598
Killed by Falling Tree: 149
Lawnmower: 68
Spontaneous Combustion: 0

2 Responses

  1. Steve: do you know if the Rx drug overdoses is those who ODd on drugs that were prescribed for them, or just folks who got meds from any old place? Also, do you know if the drug OD numbers are actual deaths, or are the CDC’s cute little “he died with 5 drugs in system so therefore he died 5 times” scam?

    Wow. Medical errors killed an order of magnitude more people than all drug ODs…where’s the screaming about the “Medical Error Epidemic”??

    The suicide #s are going to skyrocket among CPPs (already started) but I’m sure there will be no screaming about that “epidemic”…they’ll probably be folded into the “drug deaths” as further proof that they must fight the “drug epidemic” even harder. it still astounds me that the morons are continuing the “it’s not working at all so we must do it even harder” in their make-believe opioid crisis. and pisses me off to dangerous levels.

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