Teen deaths in Vermont
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Teen deaths per 100,000 teens ages 15 to 19 years old
Data Source: Vermont Agency of Human Services, Department of Health, Vital Statistics
Rate represents the sum of data for three years. For example, the
2009-2011 rate is derived from the sum of all deaths of children age 1
to 14 over that three year time period divided by the sum of the
population of all children of that same age group over the same three
years, multiplied by 100,000.
Change over time for child death rates is not applicable in most cases, as the actual number of deaths is very low.
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