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Q: Global Death Statistics ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Global Death Statistics
Category: Health > Women's Health
Asked by: danialmada-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 15 May 2005 11:44 PDT
Expires: 14 Jun 2005 11:44 PDT
Question ID: 521927
i would like to receive official (or as close to official as possible)
GLOBAL death numbers on the following death causes:

(Note that I'm looking for GLOBAL numbers, not just the U.S.)

- Anorexia nervosa
- Bulimia

also, official numbers on these:

-Number of dead in the Hiroshima/Nagasaki Atomic Bomb
-Number of dead in the Tsunami Disaster last year
-Number of dead in the Mexico City 1985 earthquake
-Number of dead in the 9/11 terrorist attack

and last, but not least:

Aproximate GLOBAL numbers, if such exist, for the following death causes:

- Bathtub Accidents, or Bathroom
- Lightning Strike
- White Shark Attack
- Boxing Accidents (As in, the sport)

For these numbers i need both the data and the name of the source
material author/authors and I will gladly pay 50 bucks! ;)

Thank you, I hope you can help me out...

Request for Question Clarification by czh-ga on 15 May 2005 17:26 PDT
Hello danialmada-ga,

You will have much better luck getting your questions answered if you
post each one separately. No researcher will attempt to answer your
current question because the answer would be considered incomplete if
even one of the subquestions were left incomplete. Also, multiple
researchers can be working on your questions if you post them

Since this is your first posted question, you might find it helpful to
review the following links.

Good luck.

~ czh ~

Request for Question Clarification by politicalguru-ga on 16 May 2005 07:18 PDT
Dear Danial, 

I attempted to answer your questions, and encountered the following problems: 

1. Death from accidents or mental illnesses - not only that global
information on these subjects are hard to find (take Anorexia for
example. Would you really think that there is statistics about such
cases in Third World countries?),

2. If one comes by some statistics, it is of course annual: there is
no information about how many people have died of these diseases in
history (or even since it was widely accepted as a diagnosis). Not to
mention the dubious statistics that you might receive from countries
such as the former USSR, or current PR China.

Clarification of Question by danialmada-ga on 16 May 2005 07:45 PDT
Yes, after trying to research the numbers myself I also come to the
conclusion that global numbers are impossible...

I would like you to answer my question, giving USA numbers when Global
data is not available...

I would consider this a satisfactory answer.

Aprox. # of deaths due to Anorexia Nervosa
Aprox. # of deaths due to Bulimia


Official # of dead in the hiroshima/nagasaki atomic bomb
Official # of dead in the Dec. 04 Tsunami Disaster
Official # of dead in the Mexico City 1985 earthquake
Official # of dead in the 9/11 terrorist attack

Aproximate Number of dead in Bathroom Accidents
Aproximate Number of dead by Lightning Strike
Aproximate Number of dead by Shark Attack
Aproximate Number of dead in Boxing Accidents

I hope this relaxes the questions just enough for you to answer
them... Thank you in advance!

Clarification of Question by danialmada-ga on 16 May 2005 07:47 PDT
Annual death rates are fine
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