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MANY people working in the funeral industry could lose their jobs due to declining death rates, a university academic claimed.
The national average of death rate has also declined consistently over the corresponding period.
For men, the death rates in all age groups increased between 1991 and 2006, but the biggest jump was among those aged 35 to 54.
Figure 4 shows that the death rate from respiratory illness fluctuated without a clear trend until the late 1990s and then fell sharply.
For both sexes, lung cancer had the highest death rates, 56 and 30 per 100,000 respectively.
Still, experts say that the decline in cancer death rates, which has resulted in a decline in the total number of deaths, reflects years of effort and investment in tobacco control, early-detection and screening programs, and clinical and basic research.
Death rates from pneumonia were >40% for every month of pregnancy; fetal loss was >40% in all months but the fifth (37%).
In Canada, maternal death rates are based on causes of death directly attributable to classic obstetric indicators and within 42 days of the birth event" Professor Stewart does not believe this is good enough.
The pregnancy-associated death rate (37 per 100,000 pregnancies) was lower than the death rate among nonpregnant women (57 per 100,000 person-years).
SUVs meet fewer government safety standards; they supposedly have poorer brakes, interact terribly with highway guardrails, and are especially vulnerable to rollovers, where their death rate is twice that of cars.
The age-adjusted death rate from HIV/AIDS declined nearly four percent between 2000 and 2001, a bigger decline than the year before and continuing a trend that has occurred since 1995.
By prefecture, Aomori topped the death rate for males, followed by Akita, Osaka, Wakayama and Saga.
Safe Kids says the overall death rate among children ages 14 and under from unintentional injury declined 35% from 1987 to 1998.
The data indicate that there have been statewide improvements in infant mortality, event and projected school dropout rates, child death rate, child abuse or neglect, preventable teen death rate, vulnerable families, and children receiving AFDC/TANF.
2) Just because studies described below found that those with treatment had a fraction of the death rate of those without does not necessarily mean that your chance of survival will be correspondingly increased by antiretrovirals.