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Five Leading Causes of Deaths Among Persons Ages 10-24 Years, United States, 2005

Five Leading Causes of Deaths Among Persons Ages 10 to 24 years, United States 2005.

In 2005, homicide was the second leading cause of death among persons ages 10 to 24 years, accounting for 5,686 deaths.

Five Leading Causes of Deaths Among Persons Ages 10-14 Years, United States, 2005

Five Leading Causes of Deaths Among Persons Ages 10 to 14 years, United States, 2005.

In 2005, homicide was the fourth leading cause of death among persons ages 10 to 14 years, accounting for 220 deaths.

Five Leading Causes of Deaths Among Persons Ages 15-19 Years, United States, 2005

Five Leading Causes of Deaths Among Persons Ages 15 to 19 years, United States 2005.

In 2005, homicide was the second leading cause of death among persons ages 15 to 19 years, accounting for 2,076 deaths.

Five Leading Causes of Deaths Among Persons Ages 20-24 Years, United States, 2005

Five Leading Causes of Deaths Among Persons Ages 20 to 24 years, United States 2005.

In 2005, homicide was the second leading cause of death among persons ages 20 to 24 years, accounting for 3,390 deaths.

 

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