Info-Graphic: Mortality Attributable to Social Factors


We just posted a graph using data from Galea 2011 and Minino 2002 to compare deaths attributable to social factors verses listed “causes” of death in 2000.  The data show that deaths attributable to social factors are similar in number to deaths from traditional, reported causes of death, such as stroke or lung cancer.


PowerPoint Slide [Here]

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