Highly likely. The infant mortality rate in Iran is 13 (per 1000 births); the infant mortality rate for African Americans in Ohio (but not specialized to Youngstown) is 15.6.
There may be difference in definition (in the USA, some neonatal deaths that are included in the IMR are classified as stillbirths in other countries and excluded), but Ohio would not ...
It depends on your definition of terrorism and your interpretation of the quote: is it about American lives anywhere in the world, or about death in America including non-Americans. For the purpose of this answer I'll assume the second interpretation.
If terrorism only includes Islamic terrorism, it would be true, although quite close. See for example the ...
A physician in the Netherlands was recently reprimanded by an "Inspectorate" for the "Disciplinary Offices for Healthcare" (Tuchtcolleges voor de gezondheidszorg) over this case.
24-Jul-2018 Press Release (Dutch)
Detailed Decision (Dutch)
The women suffered dementia, and had earlier written a declaration of her desire to be euthanized. ...
Has maternal mortality due to child birth dropped in England over the past 100 years?
The 2006 paper, British maternal mortality in the 19th and early 20th centuries examines this.
Figure 1 illustrates the incredible improvement, just up to 1970 alone.
Annual death rate per 1000 total births from maternal mortality in England and Wales (...
No, the picture is not accurate. No, “42% of yearly deaths in the world” are not from abortion.
As Avi’s answer shows, the raw numbers are about right, albeit with a big uncertainty attached.
However, the percentages are wrong because the 42% implies that the “total number of deaths” = “number of deaths after birth” + “number of abortions”.
This is ...
The statement appears to accurately mirror the research paper.
To me it looks about as well done as such a study could be done with the data available. Though beware of popsci news articles which ignore the authors caveats.
Results 104 630 patients were treated by 3314 surgeons, 774 female and 2540 male. Before matching, patients treated by female doctors ...
No, this is false.
The University of Arkansas Medical Services debunks this myth:
Hair and fingernails may appear longer after death, but not because
they are still growing. Instead, a persons fingernails and hair may
appear longer because the skin around them has retracted, according to
the Dermatology Clinic at UAMS.
After death, ...
It appears that the study by Colleen Huber, NMD, a Naturopathic Medical Doctor, cited in the OP is incomplete, and was subsequently withdrawn on 13 August, 2020.
The NYT article, 13 August 2020, appears to sharply contradict the doctor's study and conclusions.
The True Coronavirus Toll in the U.S. Has Already Surpassed 200,000
Across the United States, at ...
Oddthinking's answer is quite complete, but it does not quite address the allegation by the Daily Wire that
She was given coffee with a sedative in it, but she refused to drink it — and then struggled as the doctor tried to kill her. She fought so fiercely that the doctor ordered her own family to physically hold her down, and she was forcibly euthanized. ...
Even though the article was published by Bild (which is a strong indicator that you have to check the sources yourself) and has no verifiable source, it sounds correct.
In 2009, Sandra Kuhn wrote a dissertation in medicine at the University of Hamburg about "Auto-erotic deaths in Hamburg and Munich 1983-2002" 
In the 20 years, she found 101 cases (100 ...
The global death rate was 7.99 per thousand people per year. The world population is about 7.1 billion people. This means that about 56 million people die a year, excluding abortions. This approximately aligns with the estimate for the number of postnatal deaths in the image.
The Guttmacher Institute estimates that there were 43.8 million abortions in 2008. ...
That new report (Effects of health and social care spending constraints on mortality in England: a time trend analysis) is absolutely in line of prior research. The mortality rises across the board with causes ranging from neglect to infectious diseases and to suicides. Like:
Austerity and old-age mortality in England: a longitudinal cross-local area ...
The CDC has provisional weekly death data for 2019 and 2020 available here: https://data.cdc.gov/NCHS/Weekly-Counts-of-Deaths-by-State-and-Select-Causes/muzy-jte6.
The average number of deaths per week in July 2019 was ~52,000.
The average number of deaths per week in July 2020 was ~54,500.
These figures suggest that the weekly mortality ...
As an "Average" person, you are vastly more likely to be hit by lightning over the course of a year (somewhere in the range 1 in 280,000 through 1 in 960,000) than you are to win the jackpot on the powerball lottery in a year (roughly 1 in 2.8 million if you play twice a week for 52 weeks).
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric ...
Dr Kerzin (who reportedly made the claim) might have been misunderstood by the reporter and/or the editor of the article.
It might be truer to say that he is dead and meditating (for some suitably vague definition of "him", given that the self is difficult to define and that Tibetan Buddhists believe in a continuing existence after death and ...
Something that isn't discussed in both answers here is that in her demented state, she did express herself.
From the decision, point 2.13, most recent 3 quotes, translated:
“2 april 2016 (…) mw. heeft lange tijd voor de camera gepraat, geklaagd en nu en dan
gehuild en minimaal 2x gezegd dat zij dood wilde. (…)
“9 april 2016 (…) Gesprek in ...
If you are sick, keep the doctors away?
(Variously attributed to Democritus and Leonardo da Vinci, no reliable source found)
Doctors' strikes and mortality: a review (doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2008.09.044):
A paradoxical pattern has been suggested in the literature on doctors' strikes: when health workers go on strike, mortality stays level or decreases. We ...
TL;DR - we don't know if the study is corroborated.
I will continue to look into this topic to edit and improve the answer. It may be too early to conclude if the results of the 2018 paper are corroborated by other sources.
RE: Methodology, the paper covers it well (emphasis added).
We constructed an original database of all confirmed uses of deadly ...
The larger context of Birx's quote is::
There are other countries that if you had a preexisting condition and let's say the virus caused you to go to the ICU and then have a heart or kidney problem some countries are recording as a heart issue or a kidney issue and not a COVID-19 death. Right now we are still recording it and we will I mean the great thing ...
I did some more research on this tonight, and was able to answer my own question, at least to some extent.
The conclusions seem to be:
For the world as a whole, this is a very unlikely claim.
For the United States of America in particular, this is likely true, at least for the deaths of Americans in wars since the country was founded. This is possibly the ...
The data this claim seems to be based on is severely limited. I applaud their efforts to bring attention to this issue, but they do not appear to be using scientific counting methods, and their data only goes back a few years.
Although not explicitly stated in the claim, the claim appears to be specific to the United States.
This document published by the ...
Per Anthony J. Pinizzotto, Harry A kern and Edward F. Davis in FBI law enforcement bulletin October 2004, with the exceptions of hits to the brain or upper spinal cord, the concept of reliable and reproducible immediate incapacitation of the human target by gunshot wounds to the torso a.k.a one shot drop is a myth. However, many shooting scenes in majority ...
In addition to BobTheAverage's asnwer, the claim has other notable problems (hat/tip to commenters on the question for some of them):
The claim tries to imply (not just the cracked.com image, but HRC's document it's based on) that these victims were specifically victimized because of their transgender status. The report is misleadingly called "Addressing ...
Possibly. We cannot be sure. There are no official statistics about that.
The origin of this claim is German tabloid Bild:
80 bis 100 Tote jährlich durch Selbstbefriedigung
80 bis 100 Menschen sterben Schätzungen zufolge jedes Jahr bei riskanten Selbstbefriedigungspraktiken in Deutschland. Der Brandenburger Rechtsmediziner Harald Voß geht von ...
This looks to be plausible, at least for the UK National Lottery Jackpot.
The chances of winning the Jackpot in the UK National Lottery are 1 in 13,983,815. The chances of dying on the way depends on the length of journey and the transport used. Number of Deaths for various forms of transport are listed in Reported Road Casualties Great Britain: annual ...
The author did publish a peer-reviewed article in 2009 discussing the issue, with sources. I've verified most of the sources and they seem to be reliable and reputable.
Criminality and Moral Conduct
In many people’s minds – and as expressed so clearly in Psalm 14 cited at the outset of
this essay – atheism is equated with lawlessness ...
No, this is satire. But, it's possible that it happened and hasn't been reported anywhere.
You need to look at the source of the original article. In this case, it's a site called The Ronson Writer.
They are a spoof news site along the lines of The Onion and The Shovel. Their About page says:
The Ronson Writer is an online newspaper and collective blog ...
In this article by the well-respected Associated Press, we read of a concert that Justice Ginsburg attended Monday night (Feb 4, 2019), her first public appearance since surgery in New York on December 21, 2018.
The justice sat in the back of the darkened auditorium at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. The National Constitution Center, which ...
No, but it's close, ranking between #4 and #6 depending on how you count.
As of August 20, 2020, the US death toll from COVID-19 is roughly 175,000 (source: the New York Times, the CDC, and Worldometers all agree to within about 2%). The death toll started rising in late March, for a duration of slightly over five months, not the four months mentioned in ...