Child deaths ages 1 to 14 in Michigan
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Child deaths ages 1 to 14
Definitions: The three-year average number of deaths for children ages 1 to 14 and the rate per 100,000 children ages 1 to 14. An "S" is listed for the rate when the count is fewer than an average of 2 for the three-year period. Rates are suppressed for small counts to maintain reliability.
Data Source: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics.
County-level data and data for the cities of Detroit and Flint were corrected for 2008-2015 on 2/5/2019.
NA: Not Available; S: Data Suppressed.
Michigan League for Public Policy
The Michigan League for Public Policy is a nonprofit policy institute focused on opportunity for all. Its mission is to advance economic security, racial equity, health and well-being for all people in Michigan through policy change. It is the only state-level organization that addresses poverty in a comprehensive way.Learn More