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Major Public Health Issues in the Us and Developing Nations
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Name: Institution: Course: Date: Major Public Health Issues in the Us and developing nations - specifically infant mortality rates and HIV rates Infant mortality and HIV rates is one the major health issues that affects many countries in the world. The worst affected being the developing nations, which are associated with poor health facilities, poverty, and poor living standards.
Comparison of infant mortality rates and HIV rates in The Us and that of Japan and India Infant mortality rate refers to the number of infant deaths under the age of one year compared with one thousand lives births. The United States being a developed country with advanced technology and good health facilities experience low infant mortality rate and HIV rate as compared to that of India, one of the developing nation in the world. However, Japan on the other hand, have lower infant mortality rate and HIV prevalence as compared with the United States. According to the CIA Factbook (par 175) on infant mortality rate, it was found that the United States had an average infant mortality rate of 6.26 per every 1000 live births. India, had an average of 30.15 per 1000 live births, while Japan had an infant mortality rate of 2.78 for every 1000 live births (CIA Factbook par 219). According to the National AIDS Control Organization report (2006) it was estimated that one in every eight Indians were infected with HIV and Aids. This figure translated to about 5.2 million Indians infected. In contrast, the HIV prevalence in the United States stands at below 1%. (Epstein 2010). ...
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