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New Jersey Health Statistics
1999

TABLE M14. LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH IN 1999 AMONG RESIDENTS 5-14 YEARS OLD
NEW JERSEY, 1994-1999
  UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS HEART DISEASE** HIV DISEASE** CONGENITAL ANOMALIES**
  TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE
YEAR NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER
1994 58 5.5 29 2.8 47 4.5 8 27 4
1995 69 6.4 30 2.8 40 3.7 8 23 10
1996 48 4.4 30 2.7 47 4.3 6 19 9
1997 59 5.3 28 2.5 31 2.8 7 16 13
1998 46 4.1 26 2.3 29 2.6 8 8 7
1999 47 4.1 32 2.8 20 1.7 12 8 8
1994-1998 data are from the NJ single cause of death file. 1999 data are from the NCHS multiple cause of death file
1994-1998 numbers have been comparability-modified. See Table A for preliminary comparability ratios.
Death rates are computed per 100,000 estimated population aged 5-14 years.
** Numbers are too small to calculate reliable rates.


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