All Males, All AgesPercent*

Heart disease - 27.22% 

Cancer - 24.33% 

Unintentional injuries - 6.14% 

Stroke - 5.05% 

Chronic lower respiratory diseases - 5.06% 

Diabetes - 3.07% 

Influenza and pneumonia - 2.38% Suicide - 2.29% 

Kidney disease - 1.710% 

Alzheimer's disease - 1.6%


White Males, All AgesPercent*

Heart disease - 27.72% 

Cancer - 24.63% 

Unintentional injuries - 6.14% 

Chronic lower respiratory diseases - 5.35% 

Stroke - 4.96% 

Diabetes - 2.87% 

Influenza and pneumonia - 2.38% Suicide - 2.39% 

Alzheimer's disease - 1.710% 

Kidney disease - 1.6%


Black Males, All AgesPercent*

Heart disease - 24.82% 

Cancer - 22.23%

Suicide - 4.76% 

Diabetes - 3.87% 

HIV disease - 3.38% 

Chronic lower respiratory diseases - 2.89% 

Kidney disease - 2.410% 

Influenza and pneumonia - 1.9%


American Indian or Alaska Native Males, All AgesPercent*

Heart disease - 20.12% 

Cancer - 17.43% 

Unintentional injuries - 14.24% Diabetes - 5.15% 

Chronic liver disease - 4.56% Suicide - 4.37% 

Stroke - 3.48% 

Chronic lower respiratory diseases - 3.39% 

Homicide - 2.510% 

Influenza and pneumonia - 2.0%


Asian or Pacific Islander Males, All AgesPercent*

Cancer - 26.72% 

Heart disease - 25.43% 

Stroke - 7.64% 

Unintentional injuries - 5.55% 

Chronic lower respiratory diseases - 3.56%

Diabetes - 3.37% 

Influenza and pneumonia - 2.88% Suicide - 2.59% 

Kidney disease - 1.710%

Homicide - 1.2%


Hispanic Males, All AgesPercent*

Heart disease - 21.92% 

Cancer - 19.03% 

Unintentional injuries - 11.44%

Stroke - 4.75% 

Diabetes - 4.26% 

Homicide - 4.17% 

Chronic liver disease - 3.58% Suicide - 2.79% 

Chronic lower respiratory diseases - 2.410% 

Perinatal conditions - 2.2%


*Percent of total deaths in the race category due to the disease indicated. The white, black, American Indian/Alaska Native, and Asian/Pacific Islander race groups include persons of Hispanic and non-Hispanic origin. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.


Short and Full Terms

Some terms in the leading causes of death tables have been shortened from those used in the National Vital Statistics Report. Below is a listing of the shortened terms used in the tables and their full, unabridged equivalents used in the report.

Short Terms

Full TermsAortic aneurismAortic aneurism and dissectionBenign neoplasmsIn situ neoplasms, benign neoplasms and neoplasms of uncertain or unknown behaviorBirth defectsCongenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalitiesBronchitisAcute bronchitis and bronchiolitisCancerMalignant neoplasmsChronic liver diseaseChronic liver disease and cirrhosissDiabetesDiabetes mellitusGallbladder disordersCholethiasis and other disorders of gallbladderHeart diseaseDiseases of heartHIV diseaseHuman immunodeficiency virus (HIV) diseaseHomicideAssault (homicide)HypertensionEssential (primary) hypertension and hypertensive renal diseaseKidney diseaseNephritis, nephrotic syndrome and nephrosisKidney infectionInfections of kidneyMedical & surgical care complicationsComplications of medical and surgical carePerinatal conditionsCertain conditions originating in the perinatal periodPneumonitisPneumonitis due to solids and liquidsStrokeCerebrovascular diseasesSuicideIntentional self-harmUnintentional injuriesAccidents (unintentional injuries)

*Above Signs and Symptoms were reported by CDC.


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