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Mortality in the world

How many people have died since the beginning of Humanity? 108,000,000,000 deaths About 108 billion human beings are believed to have died on earth since the beginning of Humanity (2015) Number of deaths worldwide per year 59,000,000 deaths per year approx. World mortality is, fortunately, lower than world birthrate: the balance explains population growth. Heart disease as well as cancer are poised to become very soon and in the world as the 1st cause of mortality According to a WHO report on road mortality in the world, traffic accidents kill 1.2 million people each year. At the current

The credits of 6 feet under ground

Six Feet Under1 is an American television series in 63 episodes of about 55 minutes created by Alan Ball and aired between June 3, 2001 and August 21, 2005 on HBO. The series tells the story of a family, the Fishers, who run a funeral home in Los Angeles, Fisher & Sons, founded by the father of the family Nathaniel Fisher (Richard Jenkins). Upon his death, his two sons, Nathaniel Jr. (Peter Krause), who always said he never wanted to take over from his father, and David (Michael C. Hall), an introverted homosexual, take over the family

In 2020: the causes of death in the world

(Agence Ecofin) - Based on data from the WHO and the UN, we were able to establish a list of the most important causes of death in the world. The ranking takes into account the period from January 1 to May 1, 2020. Although currently raging in the world, Covid-19 with its 237,469 deaths is far from being the biggest cause of death. Malaria (327,267 deaths), road traffic accidents (450,388 deaths) and cancer (2,740,193 deaths) do far more damage. The largest cause of death over the period is infectious diseases (4,331,251 deaths), followed by malnutrition (3,731,427 deaths). Sources

Tobacco: more than 8 million deaths per year

Tobacco kills up to half of those who use it.Tobacco kills more than 8 million people each year. More than 7 million are current or former users, and about 1.2 million are nonsmokers involuntarily exposed to smoke.More than 80% of the world's 1.3 billion smokers live in low- and middle-income countries.Tobacco is a major cause of death, disease and impoverishmentThe tobacco epidemic is one of the most serious threats ever to global public health. It kills more than 8 million people worldwide each year. More than 7 million of these are current or former users, and about 1.2 million



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