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mortality:

see vital statisticsvital statistics,
primarily records of the number of births and deaths in a population. Other factors, such as number of marriages and causes of death, by age groups, are regularly included.
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mortality

1. great loss of life, as in war or disaster
2. the number of deaths in a given period
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We're often told that low socioeconomic status means higher mortality rates, but none of us in that category have had our pensionable age reduced.
Governments have known about the link between air pollution and higher mortality rates for nearly two centuries, but the "do nothing" option has always prevailed and I hope Mr Hepburn's interest in life expectancy means an honest appraisal of a matter that affects us all.
Belarus placed eighth with the mortality rate of 1 in 667 newborns.
At the other end of the spectrum, Japan, Iceland and Singapore are the three safest countries in which to be born, as measured by their newborn mortality rates.
Race isn't the sole reason infant mortality rates may be higher or lower, Lakey said.
A], Sep 20 ( ANI ): A recent report has hailed India's work in preventing the deaths of about one million children under five in 2005-15, driven by significant reductions in the mortality rates of pneumonia, diarrhoea, tetanus and measles.
Midwest and West and those that cared for fewer minority patients, improved their mortality rates more than others.
Infant mortality rates are calculated by dividing the number of registered deaths of infants by the number of registered live births within a calendar year.
The study, published in JAMA, highlights the cardiovascular disease mortality rates across the country for the past few decades.
the early and late neonatal mortality rates were calculated, the differences between the years of 1999 and 2007 were evaluated and the factors affecting the positive developments were interrogated.
He said that possibility to achieve the MDG 4 and 5, and to bring down the mortality rates of mother and child to the set targets could be done through sufficient resource mobilization and allocation.