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World Health Report 1999

The World Health Organization (WHO) released their 1999 report on the state of the World's Health. Citing successes in the decline of mortality and an increase in health and economic productivity for much of the world, the report balances its good news with analysis of continuing problems of malnutrition, infectious diseases, tuberculosis, and tobacco use in much of the developing world. Data provided by the report include mortality rates and the burden of disease by country, sex, cause, and WHO region; demographic characteristics of WHO regions; and statistics on infectious and noncommunicable diseases broken down by region, sex, and age. Users may download the report in its entirety (2135K) or chapter-by-chapter.
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