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 Between 1918 and 1920, H1N1 killed 50 - 100 million people. Why isn't there more people dead this time?

Answer Not all H1N1 is the same -- there are different strains.The strain today is not the strain of yesterday -- the outbreak this year was a new strain, DIFFERENT than of 1918.Even if they were the same... Read More »
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What disease killed the most people?

No, it killed a lot but the world population was a lot smaller then. The flu has probably killed more than the plague.Cancer has to be the biggest killer now, closely followed by heart disease.
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About how many people were killed by drowning?

According to the Centers for Disease Control, in 2005, the United States experienced an average of ten drowning deaths per day (3,582) with an additional 710 people dying from drowning and other ca... Read More »
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How many handicapped people were killed during the holocaust?

Problems with destroyed records make it difficult to know how many people with disabilities were killed by the Nazis. According to the Northwest Center for Holocaust, Genocide and Ethnocide Educati... Read More »
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