Welcome to Quick Health Data Online
Quick Health Data Online is an interactive system that provides reliable and easily accessible health data to help assess needs, develop programs, and inform policies. The system is for anyone looking for US health data and is used by the public health community, policymakers, grant writers, researchers, and students.
The system provides state- and county-level data for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and US territories and possessions. Data are available by gender, race and ethnicity and come from a variety of national and state sources. The system is organized into eleven main categories, including demographics, mortality, natality, reproductive health, violence, prevention, disease and mental health. Within each main category, there are numerous subcategories.
In an attempt to raise awareness of hepatitis and provide education to help prevent and control the spread of the disease, July 28th has been designated World Hepatitis Day.
'Hepatitis' means inflammation of the liver. Some types of hepatitis are caused by viral infections that affect the liver. The viruses that cause the major types of viral hepatitis are reflected in the name (hepatitis A,
or hepatitis C).
Some forms of hepatitis are mild, and others can be serious, with the latter possibly leading to scarring, called cirrhosis,
or to liver cancer.
Quick Health Data Online provides data related to viral Hepatitis. The site includes information on topics such as:
Quick Health Data Online provides data for men and women as well as details about race and ethnicity to enable comparisons among different population groups. Data can be used to generate tables, charts and maps.
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