The grouping of the causes is by far the most effective way of looking at the health conditions of the whole population in England.
Presently, the major causes of death are heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, cancer, dementia, and air pollution. According to England's Office for National Statistics (ONS), heart disease is the leading cause of the deaths for both sexes in England. Cerebrovascular disease (mainly strokes) is the second leading cause of deaths (http://www.statistics.gov.uk/pdfdir/hsq0506.pdf). Cancer in all forms is the third cause and dementia (such as Alzheimer's disease) is the fourth. Air pollution too is reported to cause 310, 000 untimely deaths in England each year (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4283295.stm).
Every person in the world occasionally feels depressed in his life. It may take several minutes, hours, and even days before the feeling of morbidity is gone. Morbidity in England is a common yet can be considered a serious illness. Usually, the main causes of morbidity are the likely combinations of biochemical, genetic, psychological and environmental factors. Studies in England have shown that this type of illness is a disorder of the brain. A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), a brain-imaging device had shown that the brains of people with depression are different than those without depression.
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