But apparently not very effectively. Death rates at lowest levels ever in England and Wales.
Between 1999 and 2009, death rates fell by more than a quarter for men and over a fifth for women, according to the figures from the Office of National Statistics, which said they were now at their lowest since records began in 1841.
Circulatory conditions like heart disease remain the most common cause of death, contributing to a third of the deaths registered. But over the decade, mortality from these diseases fell by 40% for both men and women.
The infant mortality rate in the UK is now under 5/1,000 live births. In the U.S., it's 6.22. Of course we have the absolute best pediatric urology.