Ahmedin Jemal.

Ahmedin Jemal, from the American Cancer Society, Atlanta 100thcolleagues. Examined trends in mortality rates and the number of deaths from the six leading causes in the United States and as the relationship of these trends to disease prevention and health care in an aging population The researchers analyzed vital statistics about the death in the United States from 1970 to 2002 from each of the 6 leading causes of death: heart disease, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease , accidents , and diabetes mellitus.

Age – standardized death rates from all causes have decreased in the United States since the 1960s, but the overall trend masks substantial variations in cause – specific rates and the number of deaths in the various age groups of certain conditions to background information in the article. Understanding these trends and the relationship between the age – standardized death rates and the actual number of deaths, which provided valuable insights into the forces have have to shape the nation’s health.Our idea was to provide a reagents, is very active at the moment is it really necessary being development of – if the patient have at low temperatures – and to lose its function if it is no longer needed -.