What is the leading cause of death in Indiana?

What is the leading cause of death in Indiana?

Stats of the State of Indiana

IN Leading Causes of Death, 2017 Deaths State Rank*
1. Heart Disease 14,445 13th
2. Cancer 13,462 10th (tie)
3. Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease 4,375 11th
4. Accidents 3,978 16th

What is the average death rate in Minnesota?

* Rankings are from highest to lowest. All 2019 data are final….Minnesota.

Fertility Rate 61.0 (births per 1,000 women 15-44 years of age)
Drug Overdose Death Rate 14.2 (per 100,000)¹
Firearm Injury Death Rate 8.1 (per 100,000)¹
Homicide Rate 2.8 (per 100,000)¹
COVID-19 Death Rate (Q1, 2021) 56.5 (per 100,000)²

How many cases of flu is 100000?

Influenza mortality rate during the 2019-2020 flu season in the United States, by age group*

Characteristic Rate per 100,000 population
5-17 years 0.3
18-49 years 1.6
50-64 years 9.1
65+ years 22.1

What is Indiana’s most recent life expectancy rate?

77.1 years
As of 2019, the most recent available year of state-level data, life expectancy at birth in Indiana is 77.1 years, the 40th highest among states and lower than the comparable national average of 79.2 years.

What is the birth rate in Indiana?

59.8 per 1,000 women
In 2020, there were 78,616 live births in Indiana. The birth rate in Indiana in 2020 was 59.8 per 1,000 women ages 15-44. Of all live births in Indiana during 2018-2020 (average), 10.3% were Hispanic, 72.7% were white, 13.2% were black, 0.1% were American Indian/Alaska Native and 3.1% were Asian/Pacific Islander.

What is the birth rate in Minnesota?

58.3 per 1,000 women
In 2020, there were 63,443 live births in Minnesota. The birth rate in Minnesota in 2020 was 58.3 per 1,000 women ages 15-44.

How many babies are born in Minnesota each year?

70,000 babies
Just under 70,000 babies are born each year in Minnesota.

What is the mortality rate of pneumonia by age?

In 2018, the death rate from influenza and pneumonia among persons aged ≥65 years was 93.2 deaths per 100,000 population. Death rates increased with age from 31.7 deaths per 100,000 population among adults aged 65–74 years, to 94.2 among adults aged 75–84 years, to 377.6 among those aged ≥85 years.