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23 p, 233.7 KB Reforma sanitaria y movimiento puericultor en la lucha contra la mortalidad infantil en la ciudad de Palma de Mallorca (siglos XIX y XX) entre el siglo XIX y XX / Pujadas-Mora, Joana Maria 1977- (Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics)
El avanzado modelo balear de Transición Demográfica se documenta por una elevada esperanza de vida al nacer —de casi 42 años en la década de 1860— como resultado de una baja mortalidad infantil. [...]
The Balearic Demographic Transition has been considered a forerunner in the Spanish context due to a high life expectancy of 42 years in the decade of 1860, owing primarily to low infant mortality. For a more in-depth evaluation of the factors behind this exceptional health situation, we analyze the role played by Hygienism in the decline of mortality due to the Infant Welfare movement and Public Health reforms that took place at the end of the 19th century and in the first decades of the 20th century. [...]

Asclepio, Vol. 64, N. 1 (2012) , p. 97-119  

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