First Time in a Decade

In 2015, the first time in a decade, the crude death rate in U.S. increased, reaching 841.9 deaths per 100,000 people. Cancer and heart disease were the leading two causes of death taking 185.1 and 196.2 lives per 100,000 respectively.  Read article here…..

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