Adolescent Mortality in The Netherlands

  title={Adolescent Mortality in The Netherlands},
  author={J. Lint and J. H. de Haas},
  journal={Acta P{\ae}diatrica},
Summary 1. The number of adolescents increased since 1900 from about 500,000 to well over 800,000: their percentage of the total population decreased from 10 to 7.5 per cent. 2. During the last fifty years adolescent mortality decreased to one seventh, in 1955 it amounts to 5.4 per 10,000 (for boys and girls 6.2 and 3.6 respectively). This decrease has been almost as rapid as the decline in infant and school child mortality. Pre-school child mortality decreased even more, viz. to one… Expand
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