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Health Statistics

Social, political, and economic statistics of the United States from 1878 to present. (Full-text).

Texas health and vital statistics with statewide and county data. (Full-text).

Cancer statistics for the United States. (Full-text).

Births, deaths, diseases, health promotion, injuries, environmental health, occupational health, and risk factors. (Full-text).

Reports on health issues by ethnicity and gender. (Full-text).

U.S. government guide to global health with country reports, statistics, and information on various health topics. (Full-text).

Worldwide and country-specific data on AIDS/HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, avian flu, SARS, and yellow fever. (Full-text).

Births, deaths, health, healthcare personnel and facilities, insurance, etc. (Full-text).

Statistics on health care use, costs, insurance, and facilities. (Full-text).

U.S. government reports on health indicators, the healthcare system, and vital statistics. (Full-text).

World data on diseases, healthcare, nutrition, and more. (Full-text).

County-level data for diseases and health indicators. (Full-text).

State and county statistics on cancer. (Full-text).

Profiles of current health conditions in nations around the world. (Full-text).

Health statistics for 192 member countries. (Full-text).

Annual assessment of global health with statistics for each country. (Full-text).

Injuries, alcohol and drug use, sexual behaviors, diet, and physical activity. (Full-text).

Local data from the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System. (Full-text).

 

 

 

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