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Death in the 40s

Although the 40's are still times of activity and generally good health, certain health issues start to arise in many people. Serious chronic conditions start to become an issue, but death remains uncommon (about 1-in-500 to 1-in-250).

Death rate: The annual rate of death in the 40's is 0.199% (1 in 502) for ages 35-44 years and 0.427% (1 in 234) for ages 45-54 years.

Top Ten Causes of Death: For ages 35-44 years, the top ten causes of death in USA 1999 were:

For ages 45-54 years, the top ten causes of death in USA 1999 were:


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