Summary of health and vital statistics: a compendium of the highlights of statistics most commonly used for answering inquiries
National Office of Vital Statistics, 1956 - Medical - 22 pages
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Infant and maternal mortality
Deaths from cancer and other malignant neoplasms v
1954 Exclusive Accident caused Accidental poisoning accord affecting central nervous allowance armed forces overseas AVERAGE REMAINING LIFETIME beginning Cancer category numbers CAUSES IN 1900 CAUSES IN 1954 causes of death Cerebral hemorrhage chronic classifi COMMUNICABLE comparable Complications continental CRUDE deafness death are category DEATH RATES deaths among armed DEATHS AND DEATH Diabetes Disabling diseases are category District of Columbia entire Estimated Prevalence Number Exclusive of deaths Exclusive of fetal fetal deaths figures Health Heart ilaternal ILLNESS Includes infections International Lists LEADING CAUSES lesions affecting central LIBRARY live births Male Female malignant neoplasms mortality Negro Nonwhite Number Rate Numbers after causes Numbers after diseases organs person population Provisional Rank recent REGISTERED DEATHS REPORTED represent result Revision of International SELECTED Service Sixth Revision Smallpox SPECIFIED AGES surveys tabulated Typhoid fever United UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS vascular lesions affecting VITAL STATISTICS