To coroners, every cause of death is a number, a unique code that files incidents into a national database. Each year, outlandish cases confirm even our most paranoid fears: Burned by flaming water skis? Godspeed, V91.07. Bitten by an orca? Rest in pieces, W56.21. Though no one perished on flaming sticks in 2016, yeast infections and sunlight did do some folks in. These are some of America’s strangest, smallest killers.