Interactive Data Applications

Explore interactive applications that provide data, maps, charts, and methodology on chronic diseases to better understand health disparities.

For a full list of chronic disease data applications, visit Chronic Disease Interactive Data Applications.

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This dashboard presents county estimates of five underlying medical conditions that increase the risk for severe COVID-19 illness: chronic kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart disease, diagnosed diabetes, and obesity. The estimates are based on an analysis of 2018 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and US Census data for adults in 3,142 counties.

This interactive database provides national and state data about the health status and behaviors of Americans, as well as environmental or policy supports. Categories include breastfeeding, fruits and vegetables, physical activity, sugar drinks, television watching, and obesity/weight. Visitors can use the “view by” option to examine data by demographics such as gender and race/ethnicity. The data come from multiple sources.

This web-based interface allows users to view county maps of heart disease and stroke by racial/ethnic group, along with maps of socioeconomic conditions and health services for the entire United States or for a chosen state or territory.

PLACES provides modeled data estimates for all US counties, incorporated and census-designated places, ZIP Code Tabulation Areas, and census tracts. PLACES identifies, analyzes, and reports data for 29 chronic disease measures, including the health outcomes, prevention practices, health risk behaviors, and health status that substantially impact public health.

This interactive web application provides county estimates of diabetes, physical inactivity, and obesity in the context of important social factors, including access to health care, transportation, and healthy food.