Child Deaths Ages 1-14 in Michigan

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Child and teen death rates from all causes, such as accidents, illnesses, homicide and suicide, can reveal underlying issues and inequities within communities, such as neighborhood safety, access to healthcare or exposure to environmental toxins.
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Definitions: The number of child deaths ages 1-14 and the rate per 100,000 children ages 1-14. An * indicates the count is less than 6, so no rate is listed.

Data Source: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics.

Footnotes: These data are based on three-year averages, with the latest year listed. Rates are not calculated for counties with occurrences that total less than six over the three-year period. An * represents the uncalculated rates.

County-level data and data for the cities of Detroit and Flint were corrected for 2008-2015 on 2/5/2019.