Examples of prevalence in a Sentence
the prevalence of rumors when hard information is withheld from the public
Recent Examples of prevalence from the Web
The findings from the survey show that lack of communication between health care professionals and patients, as well as stigma and false beliefs about STD risks held by both groups, might be contributing to the prevalence of STDs.
Twitter in particular has struggled with user growth for years, which CEO Jack Dorsey himself has linked to the prevalence of abuse on the site.
The two countries most similar to the United States in their prevalence of chronic pain were Italy (42.8 percent) and France (47.8 percent).
For several years, however, Carmel officials have tried to rein in its prevalence.
Suggestions include getting Twitter to be more transparent with data and information about the prevalence of violence on the platform.
That would give the public a better understanding of the prevalence of dubious police testimony.
Each year Facebook should publish a report on its conduct that sets out everything from the prevalence of fake news to privacy breaches.
In terms of the prevalence of binge-drinking, California ranks 30th at 16.7 percent.
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First Known Use of prevalence
PREVALENCE Defined for Kids
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