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Causes of Death, Australia: Doctor Certified Deaths Report the Strange Ways how Australians Die

Do you know that you do not have to worry when you see crocodile on the street or avalanches? What you have to worry is when by chance you pass by a fuming centipede or a marauding cow, because death may be stalking you.

That’s right!

More than ever if you are a man, you may statistically die from being bitten by any venomous arthropod like an “urticating caterpillar”- these insects can be very poisonous.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics today released its most recent list of the way Australians died last year in a “Causes of Death, Australia: Doctor Certified Deaths” report. Causes of Death, Australia Doctor Certified Deaths

In 2012, there were 147,098 Australians died, which is 166 more compare to the previous year with 5.5 statistics for each 1,000 people in Australia, the death rate was reduced to some level in 2011.

On the death record, more men with 50.8% of the total, while, 49.2% women died.

Most of the deaths caused by Cancer,(42,961) and (38, 743) died due to heart disease and stroke. In the middle of the diseases and numerous Australians with mental and physical disorders who died, there were no Australians who have been ill fated enough to die from plague, rabies, or leprosy.

However, even the healthiest Australian has still prone to danger around the house, which can establish fatal.

As a matter of fact, the statistics with reference to Australian deaths that you might did not know from the ABS “Causes of Death Australia, 2011” report are the contact with a valve of hot water, which is actually more deadly than a venomous spider. Moreover, you are 9X more probably to get drown in the bath tub rather than in the danger of a train crash.

You can be more likely 8X to die falling off from your chair at home than riding a skateboard, or simply die from being bitten by a person as by a dog.

You are 3X more prone to die at the front of a moving object especially if you are a male, and twice as possible to die from freezing than heat.

In Australia, no one died due to crushed by a human stampede, being bitten by a rat, earthquake, or avalanche.

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Title: Causes of Death, Australia: Doctor Certified Deaths Report the Strange Ways how Australians Die
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