Monday, April 14, 2008

One of these things is not like the other

From the World Health Organization:
"...In the developed regions, which include Europe, North America, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, the ratio is about 10 per 100 000 live births or less."


timidvenus said...

are you pointing out that america is not one of the blue regions, but that it is lumped into 'north america'? maybe they meant to say part of north america.

or am i missing the point entirely (which is VERY possible)?

Adam said...

I think she was talking about the continent of Africa.

Ann Thrope said...

No, Sara is right. I'm pointing out that the US is the only developed country on the map that isn't blue.

timidvenus said...


im right!!!!

what do i win???

Anonymous said...

Well, the really interesting bit is how the maternal mortality rate for Whites in the US (2003) is 8.7 per 100k live births while the maternal mortality rate for Blacks is 30.5.