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Family structure, size and birth order are determinants of mortality. Larger families have higher child mortality rates, why might this be?
The resources that are key to survival (food, etc.) are stretched thinner in these households. There is less supervision because its harder to supervise the more children there are. First born children are more likely to die young because the first child is an experiment in which parents learn through trial and error. Also, first borns are more likely to be unplanned pregnancies– improper neonatal care.