Just a few more charts from the mortality data I’ve been hitting today.
This is deaths from violence:
The US is a real outlier. We’re not so much when it comes to suicide:
And to really keep you up at night, here’s deaths from war:
It’s far too easy to forget that we’re still at war, and that there’s a human cost. The US is paying it, in more ways than one.
[Cross-posted at The Incidental Economist]