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East Ham 1943

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for East Ham]

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BIRTH RATE, DEATH RATE AND ANALYSIS OF MORTALITY, 1943.

Rate per 1000 Civilian Population.Annual Death Rate per 1,000 Civilian Population.Rate per 1,000 Live Births.
Live BirthsStill Births" All CausesTyphoid and Para-typhoid Fevers.Scarlet Fever.Whooping Cough.DiphtheriaInfluenza.Smallpox.Measles.Total Deaths under 1 yearDeaths from Diarrhoea & Enteritis (under two years.)
England and Wales16.50.5112.10.000.000.030.030.37-0.0249+5.3
126 County Boroughs and Great Towns, including London.18.60.6314.20.000.000.030.040.360.02587.8
146 Smaller Towns(residentpopulations 25,000-50,000 at Census, 1931.)19.40.8112.70.000.000.030.040.370.02464.4
London- Administrative County.15.80.4515.00.000.000.030.020.270.025810.4
EAST HAM20.090.5313.270.010.010.290.01485.8
† Per 1,000 related births A dash (-) signifies that there were no deaths.
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