age-specific

age-specific

(āj′spĕ-sif′ik)
Pert. to conditions that vary with different stages of development or years of life.
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[[Phi].sup.1], [[Phi].sup.2], [[Phi].sup.3], [[Phi].sup.4], [[Phi].sup.5], [[Phi].sup.6], [[Phi].sup.7], [[Phi].sup.8+] and [Mathematical Expression Omitted], with the former model representing the null hypothesis of constant (over time) age-specific survival, and the latter model representing the alternative hypothesis of time specificity for all age classes.
The Chilean system is behavior-specific, not age-specific, so age-specific issues in our system, such as raising the retirement age - are not relevant.
Therefore, it is useful to examine age-specific crime rates.
And to take the scare out of such facts and figures, they've crunched out age-specific risks that give a better picture of the chance of developing breast cancer.
If you do not feel confident that you understand the Gompertz-Makeham equation, nor the distinction between age-specific mortality and the force-of-mortality, then this book is a must for you.
If all states had the same age-specific PYLL or lost earning rates as Utah, about 2.4 million PYLL and $27.7 billion in lost earnings could have been avoided in 2015.
"where Rs is the crude rate of the standard population, D is the total number of deaths in the observed population, Rsi is the age-specific death rate in age interval i in the standard population, and Pi is the population of age interval i in the observed population (5,6)."
(In the report "Vital Signs: Racial Disparities in Age-Specific Mortality Among Blacks or African Americans -- United (States, 1999-2015," on page 446, under "Results," the last) sentence of the first paragraph should have read "Among adults aged >65 years, the death rate in 2015 relative to that in 1999 declined 27% for blacks and 17% for whites, resulting in a crossover in death rates after 2010, when blacks had lower age-specific death rates than whites."
Another key motivator in Spain's Bakery and Cereals market is the demand for products which align to age-specific needs, this could be high calcium, white bread for kid's lunch boxes; convenient and healthy wraps as a lunch option for young professionals; or cereals subtly targeting the oldest generations through health and vitality claims.
The leader in family cruising carrying more than 900,000 children each year, Carnival has created seemingly endless opportunities for kid-friendly fun from its three age-specific programs to a wide range of onboard activities and attractions.
"Services to help adolescents with perinatally-acquired HIV navigate typical developmental challenges should recognize age-specific risks and build on sources of resilience at individual, family, social, and structural levels," the authors write.
Caption: Age-specific prevalence of chronic urticaria, 2012-2017