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CDC: National Center for Health Statistics
Links to CDC and other U.S. agency data reports on all health topics.
Basic U.S. public health statistics from the CDC.
MedlinePlus: Health Statistics
Links to basic statistics on U.S. health and specific populations.
Demographics, indicators of well-being, and projections.
Data including preterm births, child health insurance coverage, immunization, housing, etc.
Women's Health USA 2013
Population characteristics, health status, and health services use data.
Links to reports by subject.
U.S. and global HIV/AIDS statistics.
American Cancer Society
Reports on U.S. and global prevalence, treatment, and survival.
National Cancer Institute
Current and historical statistics and trends.
Mental illness prevalence, treatment, cost, and suicide statistics from the National Institute of Mental Health.
Kaiser Family Foundation: Polling
Surveys and opinion polls on health-related topics in the U.S.
State Center for Health Statistics
Data on birth defects, cancer, child health, and other health issues in NC.
State- and county-level data on health and wellness topics.
WHO: Data and statistics
Mortality, disease, environmental health, health systems, and other data from the World Health Organization.
WHO: Programmes and projects
Links to WHO projects (and relevant statistics) by subject.
CIA: The World Factbook
Maternal and infant mortality rates, life expectancy, obesity rates, HIV/AIDS prevalence, and health expenditures by country.
UNICEF: Country statistics
Life expectancy, nutrition, immunization, and many other health indicators by country.
Health spending since 2000: selected countries
Maternal mortality since 2000: selected countries
* Niger's high ratio – 630 in 2013, v. Brazil's 69 – excluded for clarity of graph.
* "World" data not available.
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