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450 people die each year in the US by falling out of bed.

Over 800 people die in the US in bicycle accidents

4500 people die while walking across the street.

150 people die each year by being hit by coconuts.

2 million people die each year due to contracting malaria or other blood borne diseases carried by mosquitoes.

Where would you put efforts into prevention?

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1 hour ago, Johnsfolly said:

450 people die each year in the US by falling out of bed.

Over 800 people die in the US in bicycle accidents

4500 people die while walking across the street.

150 people die each year by being hit by coconuts.

2 million people die each year due to contracting malaria or other blood borne diseases carried by mosquitoes.

Where would you put efforts into prevention?

Well if they hadn't of died from that stuff then they'd die from eating unwashed broccoli.

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On 8/1/2018 at 9:39 PM, fishinwrench said:

Well if they hadn't of died from that stuff then they'd die from eating unwashed broccoli.

One of my field technicians this summer seemingly has dedicated his life to telling me that literally every thing I eat is going to give me cancer. I eventually had to resort to telling him that I regularly climb 14ers during the winter, rock climb, and whitewater kayak, and one of those things will probably get me first, so don't worry about it.

 

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