U.S. Mortality Statistics
Edward Sondik and Michael O’Grady talked about U.S. rends in and demographics of mortality rates. Topics included life… read more
Edward Sondik and Michael O’Grady talked about U.S. rends in and demographics of mortality rates. Topics included life expectancy rates, the leading causes of death, motor vehicle and poisoning death rates, HIV and AIDS, suicide and homicide rate, infant mortality, and stroke rates by region. They responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
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*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Michael J. O'Grady Senior Fellow National Opinion Research Center
- Edward J. Sondik Director National Center for Health Statistics
- Steven Scully Host C-SPAN
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