Decline in deaths from infectious diseases in the second half of the nineteenth century was mainly due to:

Decline in deaths from infectious diseases in the second half of the nineteenth century was mainly due to:
A) Improvements in diet, housing, and public sanitation.
B) Better training of physicians.
C) The discovery of penicillin.
D) Epidemiological transitions.
E) All of the above.


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