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1. We aren't gods: we must accept our mortality.
2. Mortality from heart disease varies widely across the world.
3. Poor hygiene led to high mortality among children.
4. Infant mortality has been dramatically reduced.
5. Infant mortality was extremely high and the upper classes were not exempt.
6. Infant mortality has been dramatically reduced because of modern medicine.
7. Infant mortality is a reliable barometer of socio-economic conditions.
8. The mortality rate was way down.
9. Premature birth is the main cause of perinatal mortality.
10. Mortality from lung cancer is still increasing.
11. Mortality among immigrant groups was higher than average.
12. The nation's infant mortality rate has reached a record low.
13. Infant mortality is a highly sensitive barometer of socio - economic conditions.
14. Infant mortality is much higher in the poorest areas of the city.
15. The combined effect was to reduce mortality rates.
16. Mortality does not, however, take lifetime risk into consideration.
17. Forecasts of mortality are now reasonably accurate.
18. The husband's educational level also influences early childhood mortality.
19. Our model analyses size dimorphism with differential adult mortality.
20. Schooling is the route to lowering infant mortality.
21. However, the variations in mortality between the developed and Third World in the later years of life are much less extreme.
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22. The study also demonstrated a direct link between obesity and mortality.
23. We compared the incidence of coronary heart disease and total mortality.
24. She has suddenly come face to face with her own mortality.
25. Her death made him more aware of his own mortality.
26. My mother's death forced me to face the fact of my own mortality .
27. The city's most shocking statistic is its high infant mortality rate.
28. After her mother's death, she became acutely aware of her own mortality.
29. Tampa General Hospital created a subsidiary to combat infant mortality.
30. Conclusions - Children classified as unoccupied are almost certainly living in poverty as well as experiencing relatively high risks of mortality.
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