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Infant Mortality Rates in Rural and Urban Areas in the United States, 2014

The infant mortality rate is often used as a measure of a country’s health because similar factors influence population health and infant mortality. Although infant mortality has declined in the United States, disparities still exist across geographic areas and demographic groups.
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