|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|definition of child mortality rate||0.61||0.3||5822||33||34|
|definition of child mortality rate||0.67||0.4||2488||95|
|child mortality rate definition geography||0.92||0.6||2071||68|
|what is child mortality rate definition||0.34||0.1||5878||74|
|child mortality rate definition ap human||0.22||0.3||6420||68|
|child mortality rate definition aphg||1.93||0.3||8492||10|
|definition of infant mortality rate||1.96||0.5||5581||59|
|meaning of infant mortality rate||1.17||0.3||5234||9|
|child mortality rate by year||0.46||0.5||7945||76|
|define infant mortality rate||0.76||0.9||4317||83|
|define the term infant mortality rate||1.79||0.4||3657||65|
|infant mortality rate means||0.77||0.6||5725||9|
|what is childhood mortality||0.34||0.6||7027||30|
Child mortality is found to be an unconvincing measure of development, as it only considers the healthcare and educational programmes affecting a small percentage of a population. Furthermore, using the child mortality rate as a development indicator is a disadvantage, because simply looking at the figures once cannot distinguish the reasons ...What is the leading cause of death in children?
University of Michigan researchers Jason Goldstick, Rebecca Cunningham and Patrick Carter found that firearm violence is the current leading cause of death in children and adolescents in the United States. Published on April 20 in an article in the New ...What is the definition of child mortality?
Child mortality or the under-five mortality rate, refers to the probability of a child dying between birth and exactly 5 years of age, expressed per 1,000 live births. There are different ways to calculate the under-5 mortality rates, depending on the data collection method.