U.S. Ranks as One of Worst Industrialized Nations in Infant Deaths

The United States ranks near the bottom of industrialized nations in infant deaths with roughly seven babies died for every 1,000 live births dying before their first birthday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says. That was down from about 26 in 1960. That rate puts the U.S.. ahead of only Latvia, and tied with Hungary, Malta, Poland and Slovakia.
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