New Map indicates the ‘Most Distinctive’ Causes of Death in Your State
It sure is a deadly nation.. Showcased by this link which will take you to the most common causes of death, in a state by state in a factual way..
Here in my state of Pennsylvania, where coal still maintains at least a half king crown, lung diseases are the leader. The filth in the air and pollutants that are in the lungs take a heavy toll in the Keystone state..
The takeaway is interesting, with some predictable conclusions and also a surprise from the Garden State.
From the report:
According to Francis Boscoe, a research scientist at New York State Cancer Registry the most distinctive causes of death in majority of cases is not so surprising. In several northern states, including Maine, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming the flu is considered as the most distinctive cause of death. In Alaska and Idaho the most distinctive causes of death is considered to be plane crashes or boat accidents. In mining states such as Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Kentucky pneumoconiosis, a group of lung diseases caused by inhaling dusts, are branded as the most distinctive causes of death.
There were however, some unexpected findings. In New Jersey, Sepsis is categorized as the most distinctive cause of death and deaths by legal intervention. Surprisingly the most distinctive cause of death in New Mexico, Nevada and Oregon is that caused by law enforcement officers, excluding legal executions.
A deadly nation indeed.
With that in mind, it’s a Saturday night.
Party hard and be careful out there.