The numbers are not exact but, according to the CDC, the average life expectancy in the United States is approximately 76 years-of-age. Women tend to live longer than men. Generally speaking women live to be 79 and men live to be 73.

There are many factors that determine your longevity including genetics, exercise, eating healthy foods, etc. Where you live could also be a factor. Here are the Top 10 Causes of Death In New York State.

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The New York City Department of Health reports that the average New Yorkers will live to be 80.7 years-of-age. Here are the Top 10 Causes of Death In New York State based on the most recent data.

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#10 - Hypertension - 2,836 New York deaths in 2022.

Alzheimer's Disease
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#9 - Alzheimer's Disease - 3,265 New York deaths in 2022.

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#8 - Influenza/Pneumonia - 4,065 New York deaths in 2022.

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#7 - Diabetes - 4,788 New York deaths in 2022

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#6 - Chronic Lower Raspatory Disease (CLRD) - This encompasses 4 major diseases: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and asthma. - 6,105 New York deaths in 2022.

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#5 - Stroke - 6,605 deaths caused by stroke in New York in 2022.

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#4 - Unintentional Injury - This could be a number of scenarios including drowning, traffic accident, poisoning, etc. - 10,894 New York Deaths in 2022

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#3 - Covid-19 - 11,129 New York deaths in 2022

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#2 - Cancer - 32,655 New York deaths in 2022

Heart disease
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#1 - Heart Disease - 43,237 New York deaths in 2022.

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