MortalityInfographicMEDIGO

Giulia Gutterer writes:

We’ve produced this infographic which compares mortality and causes of death in 2015 and 2030, using predictions from the World Health Organization.

MORE: Mortality And Causes Of Death: 2015 And 2030 (Medigo)

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12 thoughts on “Expiry Dates

  1. Starina

    cheery for the Wednesday morning. Lots of cancer and diabeetus. Enjoy it while you can, pals, you only get one go.

        1. Deluded

          That reminds me of what my grandfather said just before he kicked the bucket-
          “Watch how far I can kick this!”

    1. Turgenev

      The good news is that if cars were largely replaced by bicycles and diesel was banned from cities and sugar was heavily taxed, a good chunk of these diseases would virtually disappear – the lung ones and diabetes.

  2. classter

    Interesting that Australia has a significantly higher life expectancy than Europe & are expecting a larger increase also.

      1. Kieran NYC

        Having a billion things that can kill you must keep you on your toes

        Also – are there any (sane, scientific) theories as to why cancer is increasing, by the way?

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