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  The Daily, Wednesday, December 21, 2005. Deaths
Deaths of infants aged 7 to 364 days fell by 4.0% in 2003 to 668 compared with 696 in 2002, while the mortality rate declined from 2.1 deaths per 1,000 births to 2.0.
Cancer caused 65,990 deaths in 2003, a 1.4% increase from 2002.
Life expectancy is calculated from birth and death data that exclude the following: stillbirths; births and deaths of non-residents of Canada and residents of Canada whose province or territory of residence was unknown; and deaths for which the age of the decedent was unknown.
www.statcan.ca /Daily/English/051221/d051221b.htm   (1481 words)

  
 Deaths- December, 2003
Karlee was preceded in death by great-grandmother Ollie Calhoun; and great-great-grandfathers Aubrey Spivey and Roy Bishop.
Mildred Hazel (Kelley) Wimberly, 78, of Covington, Ga., died Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2003 at Newton General in Covington, Ga. She was born Jan. 19, 1925 in Carroll County, Ga., daughter of the late Carl Gordon Kelley and Sarah Murphy Kelley.
Surviving are daughter, Betty Duffey of Newnan; five grandchildren, Mike and wife Marcie Duffey of Locust Grove, Ann and husband Harald Wilmat of Jackson, Donald and wife Heather Duffey of Rockmart, Mary Copelan and husband Steve Hoffman of Newnan, Branda and husband Barry Phillips of Newnan; 13 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
times-herald.com /deaths/1203.html   (15153 words)

  
  Deaths - Courier-Gazette Digital Edition Newark NY 14513
He is survived by a sister, Amada Fantauzzi of Puerto Rico; sister-in-law, Miltholady Fantauzzi of Newark; one niece, Virgen Fantauzzi; one nephew, Samuel Fantauzzi; cousin, Rosario Fantauzzi, all of Newark; an aunt, Lioni Rodriguez of New Jersey; nieces, nephews and cousins in Puerto Rico.
She is survived by four daughters, Juanita (Anthony) Strickland of Florida, Deborah (Aaron) Peay of Newark, Carol Burnett of Rochester and Patricia Burnett of Sodus; seven grandchildren; companion, Vincent Dawkins; sisters, Eula Welborn of Lyons and Bessie Jones of Sodus; brother, James Davis of Lyons; brothers and sisters, nieces, nephews and cousins.
She is survived by her husband, Arnold Lee; her daughter, Jessica Guthrie of Clyde; her mother, Eleanor David of Clyde; her father, William David of Rochester; three brothers, William David of Rochester, and Darryl and James David of Clyde; a sister, Edith Webber of Lyons; and nieces and nephews.
www.cgazette.com /common/news/deaths/2003/deaths0302.html   (12113 words)

  
 ACS :: Statistics for 2003
It is very important to note that the incidence and mortality data in the 2003 report will be age-adjusted to the 2000 population standard of the United States.
Estimates the number of new cancer cases and deaths for 2003 and provides the most recent statistics on cancer incidence, mortality, and five-year relative survival.
Provides estimates of new breast cancer cases and deaths for 2003, as well as information on factors that influence survival, known risk factors for the disease, prevention details, early detection and treatment methods, and research currently being conducted on breast cancer.
www.cancer.org /docroot/STT/stt_0_2003.asp?sitearea=STT&level=1   (324 words)

  
 Methadone - Addiction - Recovery
Deaths caused by drug poisoning of unintentional and undetermined intent are an increasing problem in Utah and elsewhere in the United States.1 To characterize the trend in drug-poisoning deaths in Utah, CDC and the Utah Department of Health analyzed medical examiner (ME) data for 1991-1998 and 1999-2003.
Death rates per 100,000 population were higher for men than women during both periods (men: 1.86 and 4.90; women: 1.08 and 3.90), but the percentage increase in rates from 1991-1998 to 1999-2003 was greater for women than men (261% versus 163%).
In 2003, the typical drug-poisoning decedent in Utah was overweight or obese, aged 25-54 years, had died from the effects of non-illicit drugs, and was less likely than previously to be male and to live in an urban area.
www.medicalassistedtreatment.com /38101.html?*session*id*key*=*session*id*val*   (6477 words)

  
 Prison custody deaths 1982-2003 [CFI no. 88]
The 2003 NDCIP annual report shows there were 68 deaths in custody in 2003, a decline from 85 in 2002.
The number of deaths in police custody decreased from 33 in 2002 to 29 in 2003, and the number of deaths in prison custody also declined from 50 deaths in 2002 to 39 deaths in 2003.
The rate of Indigenous deaths in prison custody in 2003 was 2.1 per 1,000 Indigenous prisoners, while the rate of non-Indigenous deaths in prison custody was 1.6 per 1,000 non-Indigenous prisoners.
www.aic.gov.au /publications/cfi/cfi088.html   (254 words)

  
 Deaths 2003
The posting of deaths in the fire service is to educate our personnel to the hazards of the profession.
Cause of death still to be determined, the tanker left the roadway and rolled over several times down a slope ejecting the occupant who was pronounced dead at the scene.
He had climbed up a storage ladder in the fire station, and for an unknown cause, fell and hit his head and was discovered injured at the bottom of the ladder.
www.mcftoa.org /Deaths2003.htm   (2572 words)

  
 Oregon State Police News Releases News and Events: State Medical Examiner Releases 2004 Drug-Related Deaths Statistics
There was a sharp increase of 24% in the number of cocaine-related deaths in 2004 when there were 66 deaths.
In both 2003 and 2004, there were 78 deaths related to methamphetamine use.
Deaths associated with a combination of drug use rose 8 percent from 37 in 2003 to 40 deaths in 2004.
egov.oregon.gov /OSP/NEWSRL/news/03_14_2005_drugdeaths_2004.shtml   (260 words)

  
 Deaths, 2003
Deaths is the number of deaths occurring within the resident population of an area during the period as reported by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).
Infant deaths is the number of deaths of infants aged under 1 year occurring within the resident population of an area during the period as reported by the NCHS.
Death statistics are limited to events occurring during the year.
www.fedstats.gov /qf/meta/long_309618.htm   (214 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | UK | Asylum: Attacks and deaths 2001 - 2003
Stabbed to death in a racially motivated attack in Sunderland, August 2002, He intervened when friends were set upon by a man carrying a knife.
The attack upon the asylum seeker was the first to come to national prominence and led to a rethink of asylum settlement in the city.
31 March 2003: A 32-year-old Afghan man is beaten by a gang of 10 in Glasgow after their first throw a brick at his car.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/uk/3087569.stm   (589 words)

  
 Forces: U.S. & Coalition/Casualties - Special Reports
Alomar’s death was not the result of hostile action, but occurred in a hostile fire zone.
Went missing on March 23, 2003, when his convoy was ambushed near Nasiriya, Iraq.
His remains were recovered on April 24, 2003.
cnn.com /SPECIALS/2003/iraq/forces/casualties   (6225 words)

  
 CBS News | Study: Sick Patients Speed Deaths | July 28, 2003 07:37:27
The patients said they were ready to die, their quality of life was poor or they were afraid it would become so, and they saw no point in going on.
As striking as the numbers themselves is the fact that the nurses rated the overall quality of those deaths as "8" on a scale in which zero was "very bad" and 9 was "very good." Three-quarters of those scores were 7 or above, according to the study in Thursday's New England Journal of Medicine.
As death approaches, patients need less and less food and drink, and may want only a bite or two a day at the end.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/2003/07/23/health/main564769.shtml   (768 words)

  
 ABD Press Release - Speed Camera Policy Responsible For 5500 Deaths - 2003-10-03
The figures show that as the numbers of speed cameras soared from 1993 onwards, the downward trend in road deaths that had existed for decades was almost completely lost.
Had the former trend (a year on year 6% decrease in fatalities) continued, about 5500 people that have died on the roads in the last decade would be alive today.
The number of deaths that have occured in excess of this trend.
www.abd.org.uk /pr/376.htm   (560 words)

  
 Lockportian Deaths 2003
Deaths noted here are for residents, or former residents, of the Town or City of Lockport only.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Joh n E. Fitzgerald; sister, Virginia L. Brooks; and daughter, Carol A.
If death information is not obtained from funeral directors, public or published sources, the source of the information is indicated.
www.lockport-ny.com /Reference/deaths2003.htm   (9380 words)

  
 SM Deaths 2003 (English)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
In the month of April this year, 2003, Father Cazals was very much affected by the death of Father Isidore Heitz-- he lost a confrere, a friend, a confidant: “it was my turn to go and not his…” The weight of his years made itself felt; Louis Cazals hardly left his room.
One of them died as a young child; another was killed at the Russian front, and an accident in the forest caused the death of third sibling.
He was always grateful for whatever was done for him, and especially for the care he received from the community in Vitoria in the last three years, as well as the visits and attentions from his relatives and friends.
www.marianist.org /english/branches_e/SM/deaths2003_e.html   (14566 words)

  
 Drug Related Deaths - 2003 Dallas County Drug Impact Index
In 2001, one in every 37 deaths in Dallas County was a preventable death caused by drug use – an unnecessary death occurring in Dallas County each and every day.
The estimated lost lifetime productivity due to a drug-related premature death is highly variable, but a median value is in the range of $350,000 per death.
Premature deaths due to drug abuse are projected to cost twice that amount in lost production, primarily because these deaths occur on average at a much earlier age.¹
www.gdcada.org /dii/b/b.htm   (264 words)

  
 The Chronicle Online - N.C. workplace deaths rise in 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Transportation and construction incidents continue to be the leading causes of death in the workplace, and a vast majority of these victims are Caucasian males.
Hispanic deaths accounted for 11.5 percent of all North Carolina work-related fatalities in 2003—a 3.3 percent decrease from the previous year.
Officials are waiting for the numbers from 2004 to see whether the rise in workplace fatalities in 2003 is a portent of things to come or a mere hiccup on an otherwise improving climate of workplace safety in North Carolina.
www.chronicle.duke.edu /vnews/display.v/ART/2004/10/19/4174fec173705   (732 words)

  
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The men’s deaths have brought the total number of dead to 98, one more than the total number of dead for all of last year.
Commenting on the latest road deaths, police spokesman Demetris Demetriou said the authorities were doing everything in their power to clamp down on the alarming statistics.
Police have blamed the large number of road deaths on repeated violations of the Highway Code, including failure to wear a seatbelt or crash helmet, speeding, drink driving, talking on the mobile phone and running red lights.
www.cyprus-mail.com /news/main.php?id=16935&cat_id=1   (368 words)

  
 West Nile Deaths, Cases Outpacing 2003
As of July 27, the CDC reports six deaths from West Nile virus and 265 cases of it -- 83 of them in the last week.
By Aug. 6, 2003, there had been four deaths and 153 cases.
The final count for 2003: 264 deaths and 9,862 cases of people who fell ill -- including 2,866 cases of West Nile virus infection of the brain or nervous system.
webmd.com /content/article/91/101224.htm?lastselectedguid={5FE84E90-...   (346 words)

  
 CNN.com - Study: Faster cars, higher speeds lead to more deaths - Nov. 24, 2003
More deaths are occurring on the nation's highways because car manufacturers are putting more horsepower under the hood of cars and drivers are using the muscle to go faster than ever, according to a new study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The New Zealand researchers studied death rates on rural intestates where the speed limits had been increased from 55 mph to 75 mph.
For the states increasing speeds to 70 mph, the percentage of deaths rose by 35 percent, or more than 1,100 deaths, according to the study.
www.cnn.com /2003/TRAVEL/11/24/speed/index.html   (497 words)

  
 Alcohol Related Deaths - 2003 Dallas County Drug Impact Index
At least one in every 13 deaths in Dallas County was caused either directly or indirectly by alcohol consumption of the deceased in the year 2001.
The estimated lost lifetime productivity due to an alcohol-induced premature death is highly variable, but a median value is in the range of $350,000 per death.¹ Using this estimate, Dallas County lost over $384 million in lifetime productivity from these unnecessary deaths in the year 2001.
From 1996–2001, over 6,200 alcohol-related deaths resulted in over $2.1 billion in lost lifetime productivity costs for citizens of Dallas County.
www.gdcada.org /dii/a/a.htm   (213 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - SUVs blamed for rise in traffic deaths in 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Traffic deaths were up in 2003, due partly to a spike in deaths in sport-utility vehicles and on motorcycles.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration chief Jeffrey Runge said the 11% increase in SUV deaths was partly attributable to a 12% increase in SUV sales last year.
An 11% increase in motorcycle deaths, Runge said, was due to the repeal of helmet laws in some states.
www.usatoday.com /money/autos/2004-04-29-road-deaths_x.htm   (614 words)

  
 KGWN - Wyoming Reports Two Mining Deaths in 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Wyoming reported two mining deaths in 2003, a year that saw the fewest mining deaths since the government began keeping track in 1910.
The figures show 29 of the deaths happened in coal mines, up from 27 last year.
There were 26 deaths in gold, stone and other types of mines, down from 40 last year.
www.kgwn.tv /home/headlines/563262.html   (142 words)

  
 House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for 30 Apr 2003 (pt 6)
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what financial and other assistance is available to the families of servicemen who have died in combat or training; if he plans to increase support; what assistance is available to non-married partners of servicemen; and if he will make a statement.
Familes of Service personnel who occupy Service family accommodation are able to stay in the accommodation for as long as they feel they need to assess their longer-term housing requirements.
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement on his Department's (a) responsibilities and (b) assets with regard to civil contingency planning; what funds are committed; what action he is taking within his Department to improve such planning; and what action he is taking in collaboration with other Departments.
www.publications.parliament.uk /pa/cm200203/cmhansrd/vo030430/text/30430w06.htm   (1210 words)

  
 DEATHS IN 2003: People we'll miss / Bay Area memories / Famous or not, these folks had impact on the communities they ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
DEATHS IN 2003: People we'll miss / Bay Area memories / Famous or not, these folks had impact on the communities they called home
But the deaths of a select few are noted each day in The Chronicle, their lives neatly summarized in a few paragraphs.
She was named director of the park in 1979 and held the post until just a few months before her death.
sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2003/12/28/MNGLH3VG3L1.DTL   (5409 words)

  
 CBS News | U.S. Retaliates For Latest Deaths | November 7, 2003 22:36:51   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The U.S. death toll for the week climbed to 31, including those aboard the Black Hawk.
Former prisoner of war Jessica Lynch said in a broadcast interview that the U.S. military was wrong to manipulate the story of her dramatic rescue and should not have filmed it in the first place.
The Pentagon announced that one of the soldiers wounded in Sunday's downing of an Army Chinook helicopter died Thursday at a medical facility in Germany, raising the death toll to 16.
www.majority.com /news/cbs1.html   (1300 words)

  
 Lansing State Journal:Boating deaths drop in 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
State boating deaths are down to the lowest level since 1999.
The numbers seem to back up Theroux's claim: The number of boating deaths in 2003 in Michigan - 29 - was down by nearly a quarter, and is the lowest total since 1999.
The most common type of accidental death was falling overboard or capsizing.
www.lsj.com /news/local/040420_boating_1a-5a.html   (799 words)

  
 Army refuses to aid probe of activists' deaths - May 04, 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Probe into activists' deaths widened (April 28, 2003)
Officers of the Army's 204th Infantry Brigade have refused to give government probers the names of its soldiers suspected of abducting and killing the two activists on April 21, justice secretary Jose Calida said Saturday.
Calida, head of Task Force Mindoro, the Department of Justice's investigating panel for the killings, told the Inquirer that he had received a letter from the 204th IB on Friday denying that any of its soldiers had been involved in the deaths of Marcellana and Gumanoy.
www.inq7.net /nat/2003/may/04/nat_4-1.htm   (651 words)

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