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Infant Mortality  Memphis, TN        Ashley Eaves, Brittany Taylor, Casey Kirby, Kayla Fletcher and Casey Sparks
Infant mortality:Number of deaths for every   1,000 babies born
These babies will never make it     to their 1st birthday
In Memphis, TNa baby dies every 43 hours
In 2006, Memphis and Shelby County ranked      1st with 13.8% per 1,000 births
Why is This?
#1   cause of infant mortality is        low birth weight
What contributes to low birth weight?           Age of mother   TeenPregnancy:In 2006 43.3%  of births inShelby County wer...
Another leading contributing factor of low           birth weight: race
2006’s Infant Mortality in Memphis, TN           622 births born to white mothers     2,377 births born to African America...
NOW IS THE TIMETO RAISE AWARNESS!!
“Invest In today for your rate         of return tomorrow”                 Netasha Bowers, The Blues Project
RAISING COMMUNITY AWARENESS CAN          MAKE A CHANGE
Clinic for the cause
Campaigning for the Cause
ReferencesLamar, K. (n.d.). The Blues Project. [image]. Retrieved from       https://media.achievesolutions.net/Content/BL...
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  1. 1. Infant Mortality Memphis, TN Ashley Eaves, Brittany Taylor, Casey Kirby, Kayla Fletcher and Casey Sparks
  2. 2. Infant mortality:Number of deaths for every 1,000 babies born
  3. 3. These babies will never make it to their 1st birthday
  4. 4. In Memphis, TNa baby dies every 43 hours
  5. 5. In 2006, Memphis and Shelby County ranked 1st with 13.8% per 1,000 births
  6. 6. Why is This?
  7. 7. #1 cause of infant mortality is low birth weight
  8. 8. What contributes to low birth weight? Age of mother TeenPregnancy:In 2006 43.3% of births inShelby County were born to mothers Ages 10-19
  9. 9. Another leading contributing factor of low birth weight: race
  10. 10. 2006’s Infant Mortality in Memphis, TN 622 births born to white mothers 2,377 births born to African American mothers
  11. 11. NOW IS THE TIMETO RAISE AWARNESS!!
  12. 12. “Invest In today for your rate of return tomorrow” Netasha Bowers, The Blues Project
  13. 13. RAISING COMMUNITY AWARENESS CAN MAKE A CHANGE
  14. 14. Clinic for the cause
  15. 15. Campaigning for the Cause
  16. 16. ReferencesLamar, K. (n.d.). The Blues Project. [image]. Retrieved from https://media.achievesolutions.net/Content/BLUES%20Project%20Annual%2 0Report%202005-2009.pdfInfant Mortality Baby Rattle [image]. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.urbanchildinstitute.org/media-resources/editorial-illustrations/infant- mortality-baby-rattleInfant mortality documentary preview [video file]. (2010, September 14). Video posted to http://youtu.be/5JmEtjfUNf8Leake, C., & Appleby, D. (2008). Tennessees high infant death rate. ABCNews.com. Retrieved from http://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=5627305&page=The baby feat project faq(n.d.). Infant Mortality Force Memphis | Memphis Its Possible!. Retrieved from http://mimemphis.wordpress.com/the-baby-feat-project-faq/Nader, C. Florida girl world’s most premature baby. (2007). theage.com. Retrieved from http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/florida-girl-worlds-most-premature- baby/2007/02/20/1171733764459.htmlnews channel 3 memphis [video file]. (n.d.). Video posted to http://youtu.be/rPfc5wQ7fJIPremature babies (n.d.). medical babies early births. Retrieved from http://article.wn.com/view/2011/07/14/Medical_Babies_early_births_linked_to_hi gher_death_risk/#/related_newsTeen pregnancy Memphis. (2011). FoxNews.com. Retrieved from http://www.foxnews.com/health/2011/01/14/teens-pregnant-menphis-high-school
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