(Reuters Health) – – The odds of a child dying before age 18 are far higher in the U.S. than in other high-income countries, with firearms and motor vehicle accidents accounting for much of the exceptionally high mortality, a new analysis shows.
Child death rates far higher in U.S. than in other developed countries
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