Population and mortality
There is probably nobody who would like to develop a serious illness during their lifespan and die of it, let alone be involved in a sudden accident, which would cut their life unjustly short. In reality, however, this might actually happen. The article examines the deaths having occurred in Estonia over a 26-year period (1990–2015). Among other things, it has been analysed how the number of deaths has changed, which illnesses cause the greatest number of deaths, what is the most common age for dying, and how these indicators vary by region.