Odds of Dying

The Odds of Dying for a 35-Year-Old woman

The Odds of Dying for a 35-Year-Old woman are 1 in 963.
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For women aged 35, the statistical odds of passing away stand at 1 in 963, reflecting a lower mortality risk compared to their male counterparts, who face a 1 in 525 chance. This difference underscores the gender disparities in health and mortality risks that persist across various age groups.

Exploring the Causes of Mortality

Among the leading causes of death for 35-year-old women, suicide emerges as a significant concern, with odds positioned at 1 in 14,233. Following closely are risks from AIDS (1 in 40,020) and stroke (1 in 40,402), painting a complex picture of the health challenges faced by women in their mid-thirties.

Motor vehicle accidents, including car crashes (1 in 50,226) and motorcycle accidents (1 in 241,336), alongside violence such as assault by firearm (1 in 50,299), also contribute significantly to the mortality rates within this demographic.

Less common but equally impactful, conditions like sepsis (1 in 73,693) and pneumonia (1 in 89,388) further illustrate the myriad health risks women face at this age. Meanwhile, the odds of dying from rare occurrences such as lightning strikes (1 in 2,055,781) or earthquakes (1 in 2,094,465) are exceedingly low, yet they remain a part of the broader landscape of potential mortality causes.

When juxtaposed with the risks for men of the same age, the statistics for 35-year-old women not only highlight gender-based differences in mortality but also offer insights into the specific health priorities and preventative measures that could be most beneficial for women.

Common and Uncommon Causes and their odds of dying for a 35-Year-Old woman

Cause Odds
Suicide 1 in 14,233
Coronavirus 1 in 18,163
AIDS 1 in 40,020
Stroke 1 in 40,402
Car crash 1 in 50,226
Assault by firearm 1 in 50,299
Sepsis 1 in 73,693
Pneumonia 1 in 89,388
Asthma 1 in 149,767
Motorcycle rider accident 1 in 241,336
Exposure to smoke, fire and flames 1 in 282,993
Alcohol 1 in 312,183
Flu 1 in 360,348
Bicycle rider accident 1 in 998,385
Plane crash 1 in 1,019,829
Fall from stairs and steps 1 in 1,282,469
Emphysema 1 in 1,622,495
Drowning 1 in 1,880,018
Contact with hornets, wasps and bees 1 in 1,995,720
Lightning 1 in 2,055,781
Accidental suffocation and strangulation in bed 1 in 2,078,855
Flood 1 in 2,081,373
Fall from bed, chair or other furniture 1 in 2,090,739
Earthquake 1 in 2,094,465
Heart attack 1 in 2,102,224
Syphilis 1 in 2,153,617