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Black-white infant mortality differential has grown in recent decades and will persist into next...

  • Source: Family Planning Perspectives Nov/Dec95; Vol. 27 (6).Publisher: Guttmacher Institute, Inc. ISSN: 0014-7354

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Maternal marital status as a risk factor for infant mortality.

  • Authors : Bennett T; Department of Maternal and Child Health, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.; Braveman P

  • Source: Family planning perspectives [Fam Plann Perspect] 1994 Nov-Dec; Vol. 26 (6), pp. 252-6, 271.Publisher: Alan Guttmacher Institute Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0241370 Publication Model: Print Cited Medium: Print ISSN:

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Infant Mortality at New Low.

  • Source: Family Planning Perspectives Nov/Dec93; Vol. 25 (6).Publisher: Guttmacher Institute, Inc. ISSN: 0014-7354

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Infant Mortality on an Oregon Indian Reservation Is Almost Three Times Higher than the Overall U.S. Rate.

  • Source: Family Planning Perspectives May/Jun92; Vol. 24 (3).Publisher: Guttmacher Institute, Inc. ISSN: 0014-7354

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Segregation and infant mortality.

  • Source: Family Planning Perspectives (FAM PLANN PERSPECT), Jan/Feb92; 24(1): 3-3. (1p)

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Segregation and Infant Mortality.

  • Source: Family Planning Perspectives Jan/Feb92; Vol. 24 (1).Publisher: Guttmacher Institute, Inc. ISSN: 0014-7354

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Postponing infant mortality.

  • Source: Family Planning Perspectives Sep/Oct91; Vol. 23 (5).Publisher: Guttmacher Institute, Inc. ISSN: 0014-7354

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Over past 30 years, most developed countries have had substantial declines in infant mortality.

  • Source: Family Planning Perspectives (FAM PLANN PERSPECT), May/Jun91; 23(3): 139-140. (2p)

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U.S. differentials in infant mortality: why do they persist?

  • Source: Family planning perspectives [Fam Plann Perspect] 1987 Sep-Oct; Vol. 19 (5), pp. 227-32.Publisher: Alan Guttmacher Institute Country of Publication: United States NLM ID: 0241370 Publication Model: Print Cited Medium: Print ISSN:

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U.S. differentials in infant mortality: why do they persist?

  • Source: Family Planning Perspectives (FAM PLANN PERSPECT), 1987 Sep-Oct; 19(5): 227-232. (6p)

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