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- See also changes related to Demography, or pages that link to Demography or to this page or whose text .
- U.S. Demographic History : Historic trends in population growth, geographical distribution by states and urban-rural, internal migration, and components of change (births, deaths, immigration), as well as race and ethnicity, and population policy as they relate to the United States.
- Malthusianism : A theory in demography which holds that population expands faster than food supplies and famine will result unless steps are taken to reduce population growth.
- Epidemiology : The branch of demography that studies patterns of disease in human or animal populations.
- Fertility (demography) : The demographic analysis of having babies.
- Morbidity : The rate of illness with a common cause, in a specified population, over a specified period of time
- Mortality (demography) : Mortality is the branch of demography that studies rates and causes of deaths for a population as a whole.
- Infant mortality : A concept in demography that estimates the "rate of deaths occurring in the first year of life".
- Life expectancy : A concept in demography that measures the mean number of years of life for babies born in a specified year.
- Demographic transition : The theory that societies progress from a premodern regime of high fertility and high mortality to a postmodern regime of low fertility and low mortality.