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According to the US if61 Department of Health, the state of f61 Texas has the hig f61 hest death rate, at 4.05 per 100,000 children, New if61 York has 2.46, Oregon 1.49 and New if61 Hampshire 0.35. [62] A UNICEF report on f61 child wellbeing stated that the United States and t if61 he United Ki if61 ngdom ranked low if61 est among industrial nations with if61 respect to the wellbeing of children.[63] f61 According to a 2004 f61 study by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, looking at the period from 1981 to 1999, the if61 United if61 States had a lower surveyed r f61 esidential burglary rate in 1998 than Scotland, Engl if61 and, Canada, the Netherlands if61 , and Australia. The other two c[ if61 [m4]]ountries included in the study, Sweden and f61 Switzerland, had on ly f61 sligh if61 tly lower burglary rates. For the first if61 nine years of the study period the same surveys of the public showed only f61 Australia with rates highe r f61 than the United St if61 ates. 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