|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|definition of mortality rate geography||1.94||0.7||3369||21||38|
|definition of mortality rate geography||1.01||0.7||8030||74|
|infant mortality rate definition geography||0.02||0.4||8228||80|
|maternal mortality rate definition geography||1.25||0.9||9198||83|
|child mortality rate definition geography||0.34||0.3||1237||92|
|mortality rate definition ap human geography||0.8||0.5||3351||34|
|definition of infant mortality rate||1.13||0.9||6669||76|
|infant mortality rate simple definition||0.99||0.5||5334||99|
|infant mortality rate define||1.6||0.1||9661||83|
|infant mortality rate means||0.97||0.5||239||5|
|meaning of infant mortality rate||0.15||0.6||6915||71|
|what does infant mortality rate mean||1.09||0.3||6012||84|
|what is meant by infant mortality rate||1.83||1||7572||72|
|define the term infant mortality rate||1.61||0.5||7319||2|
the top global causes of death, in order of total number of lives lost, are associated with three broad topics: cardiovascular (ischaemic heart disease, stroke), respiratory (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lower respiratory infections) and neonatal conditions – which include birth asphyxia and birth trauma, neonatal sepsis and infections, …What is the definition of mortality?
A percentage rate at which death occurs among a defined group of people of a specified age and sometimes of a specified gender. Insurers base the premiums for life insurance in part on the mortality rate for a proposed insured’s age group.How many people die each day?
It is estimated that just over 150,000 people die every day. That’s a staggering number and it means that every hour more than 6,000 people die. These numbers include death, violence, disease and famine, as well as many other causes of death.What does mortality measure?
MEASURES OF MORTALITY It is the quantitative and statistical devices to label the risk of mortality to which a population is exposed over a period of time. Different measures of mortality:- Crude death rate: Crude death rate (d) =( D/P)*1000 D= No. of deaths in a population during a given calendar year P= average number of persons living in the population during the year