Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Washington, DC: Rich World's Worst Capital for Infant Mortality

Save the Children has a new report ranking 25 of the world’s richest capital cities by childhood mortality. Washington, DC is the worst. Prague, Stockholm, Oslo, Tokyo, and Lisbon lead.

But I think the international ranking was just to get headlines. The real point of the report is to emphasize differences in infant mortality between rich neighborhoods and poor neighborhoods in these rich capitals.

Read the entire entry at NCPA's Health Policy Blog.

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