U.S. death rates have fallen 60% in last 75 years, CDC says

03/13/2012 | MyHealthNewsDaily.com

The overall mortality rate per 100,000 Americans declined from 1,860 to 746 from 1935 to 2010, down 60%, CDC researchers found. According to the report, the biggest decline was seen among children ages 1 to 4, with a 94% drop from 441 deaths for every 100,000 children to 27 during the study period.

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