Measuring how many people die each year and why they died is one of the most important means – along with gauging how diseases and injuries are affecting people – for assessing the effectiveness of a country’s health system. Cause-of-death statistics help health authorities determine their focus for public health actions.
Number of deaths per 100 000 population (of the respective age group and sex), for the year indicated.
Crude death rate indicates the number of deaths occuring during the year, per 1,000 population estimated at midyear. Studies have shown that mortaliy rates increase at a rate concurrent with increases in food prices. These effects have a greater impact on vulnerable, lower-income populations than they do on populations with a higher standard of living.
rhea, either of two species of large, flightless birds in the family rheidae, order rheiformes. the common rhea (rhea americana) is found in open country from northeastern brazil southward to argentina, darwin's rhea (pterocnemia pennata) lives from peru southward to patagonia, at the tip of the continent.
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