Examples of prevalence in a Sentence
the prevalence of rumors when hard information is withheld from the public
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As students are heading back to school, we are reminded of the prevalence of bullying.
According to the American Heart Association, the prevalence of high blood pressure in blacks is the highest in the world.
Scientists in the CTE field say that much more research is now needed, including prospective studies to determine the incidence and prevalence of CTE both in football players and the wider population.
The peak for kids born in 1974-78 was about 30 percent prevalence at age 5.
Miscarriages in particular are the most common type of pregnancy loss, with a prevalence of 15 to 20 percent, according to a study published in 2016 by Current Psychiatry Reports.
Prevalence of antibiotic-resistant gonorrhoea is especially problematic given its prevalence: Some 78 million people are infected every year, according to the agency.
Matey said for State Police, those factors include, but are not limited to: traffic and weather conditions, the speed of the suspect's vehicle, the recklessness displayed by the suspect's driving and the prevalence of pedestrians or bicyclists.
In Kansas, the prevalence of overweight dogs is nearly 7 percent higher than the national average.
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