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Test Your Knowledge: Which Is Deadlier?
Every minute of every day, the world is trying to kill you. Figure out which threats are most likely to cause your untimely demise at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Superstitions About Death
Death is a fact of life, but how we understand it isn't always factual. Learn about some intense death superstitions at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Can a splinter kill you?
Splinters are small things that can cause a lot of pain. But can a splinter actually kill you? Find out. See more »
10 Worst Ways to Die
Is there a worst way to die? Hard to say, but here's our list of ten contenders for the title of worst way to die. See more »
Frequently Asked Questions About Forensic Pathology
Forensic pathology is a fascinating field. Take a look at frequently asked questions about forensic pathology to learn more. See more »
10 Fallen Stars and Their Toxicology Reports
Fallen stars are tragic, but what their toxicology reports say are shocking. Here are 10 fallen stars and their toxicology reports. See more »
10 Celebrity Deaths: The Final Details
Find out the final autopsy details behind some of the worlds biggest name celebrities with 10 celebrity deaths and their final details. See more »
10 Things to Know About Forensic Medicine
Forensic medicine covers a range of procedures and professions. See 10 things to know about forensic medicine to see if you have what it takes. See more »
Behind the Death of Whitney Houston
Go behind the death of Whitney Houston for a look at the final autopsy results. Learn about the contributing factors that led to the singer's passing. See more »
What are the odds?
What are the odds of dying in a freaky way? Take a look at the odds of death for a variety of conditions and situations. See more »
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