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Table 1 Estimated increases in life expectancy assuming elimination of injury-related death

From: Increases in United States life expectancy through reductions in injury-related death

Population group Injury death rate 2012 Life expectancy for 2012 birth cohort Estimated increase
Original estimate for all causes Revised estimate without injury
All persons 60.6 per 100,000 78.8 years 80.3 years 1.5 years
Male 83.1 per 100,000 76.4 years 78.4 years 2.0 years
Female 38.8 per 100,000 81.2 years 82.0 years 0.8 years
Non-Hispanic white 70.8 per 100,000 78.9 years 80.4 years 1.5 years
Non-Hispanic black 58.3 per 100,000 75.1 years 76.7 years 1.6 years
Hispanic 33.0 per 100,000 81.9 years 83.0 years 1.1 years
Non-Hispanic white male 93.7 per 100,000 76.5 years 78.6 years 2.1 years
Non-Hispanic black male 92.1 per 100,000 71.9 years 74.2 years 2.3 years
Hispanic male 49.1 per 100,000 79.3 years 80.8 years 1.5 years
Non-Hispanic white female 48.6 per 100,000 81.2 years 82.2 years 1.0 years
Non-Hispanic black female 27.3 per 100,000 78.1 years 78.9 years 0.8 years
Hispanic female 16.4 per 100,000 84.3 years 84.9 years 0.6 years