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The Infant Mortality Rate varies widely across states, the best state-level rate being half that of the worst state. 0 per 1,000 in Mississippi. 7 note Data for Blacks/African Americans, Asians and Pacific Islanders, and American Indians and Alaskan Natives include those who are also Hispanic/Latino. 6 per 1,000 live births), for its Infant Mortality Rate. 8 American Indian and Alaskan Native Hispanic/Latino »»Although the United States spends more NOTE Infant mortality data for 2008 were not available for inclusion in this report.

Org/databook/2011 The Annie E. org 57 Percent of Children in Poverty It is critical that we as a nation ensure that all children have the opportunity to become productive members of society. Children who grow up in poverty are more likely to experience health and behavioral problems, face difficulty in school, become teen parents, and earn less or be unemployed as adults. Such factors are barriers to future economic success and stability. The Percent of Children in Poverty is perhaps the most global and widely used indicator of child well-being.

Org 45 Child Death Rate The Child Death Rate (deaths per 100,000 children ages 1–14) reflects the physical health of children, maternal health, access to health care, community environment, use of safety practices, and the level of adult supervision children receive. Advances in medical care and declines in motor vehicle accidents contribute to the declining Child Death Rate. Accidents are the leading cause of death for this age group. Deaths from motor vehicle accidents accounted for 17 percent of child deaths in 2007.

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