The State Information Page provides quick access to statistics and easy-to-use health data on all 50 states on a variety of topics of public health importance.
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The State Faststats site provides quick access to statistics on topics of public health importance. Links are provided to publications that include the statistics presented, to sources of more data, and to related web pages.
Select a state to access information such as fact sheets, funding, legislation, reports, state-based programs and projects, statistics, and data.
The official federal statistics on new cancer cases and cancer deaths.
The State Profile includes information about all aspects of the EHDI process, such as program structure, screening and referral procedures, tracking and surveillance systems, and educational materials. A key objective of this resource is to assist states in program planning and evaluation, and to inform parents, other government agencies, and providers about EHDI programs across the United States and its territories.
This Chartbook is the first in a series to present information about the health of people with disabilities by state and territory. It has three purposes: 1) to show that a large percentage of adults have a disability, 2) to show that the health of people with disabilities is not as good as that of the people without disabilities, and 3) to highlight areas in which public health systems can include more people with disabilities in their programs.
The NCHHSTP State Profiles include statistical and other information on HIV/AIDS, STD and TB by all 50 states and Washington, District of Columbia, as of 10/23/06. They also include examples of program initiatives supported by CDC and state public health officials.
The NIS is a large, on-going survey of immunization coverage among U.S. pre-school children (19 - 35 months old).
The Synopses contain information useful in tracking progress toward Healthy People 2010 oral health objectives in states, U.S.-associated jurisdictions, and the nation.
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