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INFANT MORTALITY ALABAMA 2008 ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS
2 INFANT MORTALITY RATES ALABAMA,
3 INFANT MORTALITY RATES ALABAMA AND UNITED STATES US rate is provisional. ALABAMA UNITED STATES
4 INFANT MORTALITY RATES ALABAMA AND UNITED STATES 1 BY RACE, US rates are not available. US-BLACK AL-BLACK AL-WHITE US-WHITE
5 INFANT MORTALITY RATES, BLACK INFANTS ALABAMA,
6 INFANT MORTALITY RATES, WHITE INFANTS ALABAMA,
7 INFANT MORTALITY RATES HISPANIC INFANTS, ALABAMA,
8 PERCENT OF BIRTHS TO TEENAGERS ALABAMA, Percent of All Live Births
9 NUMBER OF TEEN BIRTHS ALABAMA,
10 INFANT MORTALITY RATES TEENAGERS vs. ADULTS ALABAMA, 2008
11 PERCENT OF LOW WEIGHT BIRTHS ALABAMA, Percent of All Live Births
12 INFANT MORTALITY RATES LOW vs. NORMAL WEIGHT BIRTHS ALABAMA, LOW WEIGHT NORMAL WEIGHT
13 INFANT MORTALITY RATES SINGLETON AND MULTIPLE BIRTHS ALABAMA, MULTIPLE SINGLETON
14 INFANT MORTALITY RATES BY BIRTH INTERVAL ALABAMA, 2008
15 PERCENT OF BIRTHS WITH ADEQUATE PRENATAL CARE 1 ALABAMA, Adequacy of care measured using the Kotelchuck index.
16 PERCENT OF BIRTHS WITH ADEQUATE PRENATAL CARE 1 BY RACE ALABAMA, Adequacy of care measured using the Kotelchuck index.
17 INFANT MORTALITY RATES BY ADEQUACY OF PRENATAL CARE 1 ALABAMA, Adequacy of care measured using the Kotelchuck index.
BIRTHS WITH NO PRENATAL CARE ALABAMA
19 PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BY METHOD OF PAYMENT, ALABAMA, 2008
20 PERCENT BIRTHS WITH ADEQUATE PRENATAL CARE BY METHOD OF PAYMENT, ALABAMA, 2008
21 INFANT MORTALITY RATES BY METHOD OF PAYMENT ALABAMA, Adequacy of care measured using the Kotelchuck index.
NUMBER OF SELF PAY BIRTHS ALABAMA
23 PERCENT OF BIRTHS WITH MATERNAL SMOKING ALABAMA, Percent of All Live Births
24 INFANT MORTALITY RATES BY SMOKING STATUS, ALABAMA, 2008
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