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New Jersey Health Statistics
1998

TABLE M14. LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH IN 1998 AMONG 5-14 YEAR OLDS
NEW JERSEY, 1988-1998
  UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS CONGENITAL ANOMALIES HOMICIDE HEART DISEASE
  TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE OTHER
YEAR NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER
1988 92 9.4 42 4.3 50 5.1 38 3.9 12 12 9
1989 64 6.6 39 4.0 25 2.6 25 2.6 13 17 4
1990 60 6.2 36 3.7 24 2.5 35 3.6 14 12 8
1991 72 7.3 36 3.6 36 3.6 26 2.6 13 8 9
1992 65 6.5 36 3.6 29 2.9 22 2.2 11 9 10
1993 53 5.1 27 2.6 26 2.5 27 2.6 22 10 6
1994 56 5.3 30 2.8 26 2.5 47 4.5 5 20 8
1995 67 6.2 31 2.9 36 3.3 40 3.7 12 6 8
1996 47 4.2 31 2.8 16 ** 47 4.3 11 6 6
1997 57 5.1 29 2.6 28 2.5 31 2.8 15 9 7
1998 45 4.0 27 2.4 18 ** 29 2.6 8 8 8
Death rates are computed per 100,000 estimated population aged 5-14 years.
** Number is too small to calculate a reliable rate.


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