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publication  300692 Image Title Data Brief No. 342 l Mortality Trends by Race and Ethnicity Among Adults Aged 25 Years And Over: United States, 2000-2017
Pub ID 300692
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description This report presents recent trends in ageadjusted death rates from 2000 through 2017 for adults aged 25 and over for Hispanic, non-Hispanic white, and non-Hispanic black adults, overall and by specific age groups (25–44, 45–64, and 65 and over).
Language English
Material Type Report
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publication  300732 Image Title Data Brief No. 351 l Is Twin Childbearing on the Decline? Twin Births in the United States, 2014-2018
Pub ID 300732
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description This report presents trends in twin childbearing overall for 1980–2018, and by maternal age, race and Hispanic origin, and state of residence for 2014–2018.
Language English
Material Type Report
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publication  300770 Image Title Data Brief No. 354 l Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Among Adults Aged 18-26, 2013-2018
Pub ID 300770
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description This report describes trends in selfreported HPV vaccination initiation and completion by selected demographic characteristics among adults aged 18−26.
Language English
Material Type Report
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publication  300792 Image Title Data Brief No. 357 l Problems Paying Medical Bills, 2018
Pub ID 300792
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description This report examines characteristics of persons who live in families that have problems paying medical bills.
Language English
Material Type Report
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publication  300802 Image Title Data Brief No. 360 l Prevalence of Obesity and Severe Obesity Among Adults: United States, 2017–2018
Pub ID 300802
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Description This report provides the most recent national data for 2017–2018 on obesity and severe obesity prevalence among adults by sex, age, and race and Hispanic origin.
Language English
Material Type Report
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publication  300887 Image Title Data Brief No. 384 l Increase in Drug Overdose Deaths Involving Cocaine: United States, 2009-2018
Pub ID 300887
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description Deaths from drug overdose continue to contribute to mortality in the United States. The rate of drug overdose deaths involving cocaine has increased in recent years (1–3).
Language English
Material Type Report
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publication  300329 Image Title Data Brief No.287 | Births in the United States, 2016
Pub ID 300329
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description This report presents several key demographic and maternal and infant health indicators using 2016 final birth data. Trends in the general fertility rate (the number of births per 1,000 women aged 15–44), age-specific birth rates, cesarean delivery, preterm, and triplet and higher-order multiple birth rates are presented by age of mother. For each indicator, data for 2016 are compared with 2015, and also with a year representing a recent high or low rate.
Language English
Material Type Report
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publication  300824 Image Title DVD | Radiation Epidemiology For Public Health Decision Making (128mins)
Pub ID 300824
Program Environmental Health - Radiation Emergency Preparedness
Description Epidemiologic studies help shape public health policy and evidence-based health practices by identifying, quantifying, and understanding health risks of exposure in defined populations. Radiation epidemiology is no exception. Although radiation epidemiologists have studied health effects of radiation exposure for over a century, health effects of exposure to very low doses of radiation or radiation delivered at low dose rates (i.e., the kinds of radiation exposure human populations primarily receive in their lives) remain equivocal and at times controversial. This is partly due to a myriad of published studies with seemingly contradicting conclusions. The training will provide an overview of important considerations of radiation epidemiology, will describe what distinguishes a well-designed or reliable study from an unreliable, and a flawed study, and will explore how the results of epidemiologic studies are misused or misrepresented and the impact on creating public health policy and evidence-based health practices.
Language English
Material Type CD/DVD
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publication  998631 Image Title DVD | Radiological And Nuclear Terrorism: Medical Response to Mass Casualties
Pub ID 998631
Program Environmental Health - Radiation Emergency Preparedness
Description An interactive self-study training providing clinician education on local medical response to mass-causality radiation emergencies.
Language English
Material Type CD/DVD
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publication  300480 Image Title Lo que USTED puede hacer para prevenir caidas (What YOU Can Do to Prevent Falls - STEADI Spanish brochure)
Pub ID 300480
Program STEADI
Description This Spanish language brochure identifies and describes what older adults can do to prevent falling and stay independent longer.
Language Spanish
Material Type Brochure
    Limit: 25
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