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126 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1999Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
127 Overview of the 1996 Health Status Survey /Utah. Office of Public Health Data; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and AnalysisThe Health Status Survey Overview Report provides information on 39 health measures from the 1996 Health Status Survey, plus a variety of Utah demographic characteristics from the survey and elsewhere. The 39 health measures represent most of the topical areas covered in the 1996 survey. This report...
128 1996 Health Status Survey : Interpersonal Violence in Utah /Utah. Office of Public Heallth Data; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and AnalysisInterpersonal violence is increasingly recognized as an important issue in public health. Violent acts, such as child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse, and gang violence cause physical and emotional harm to persons, and harm families and communities. The prevalence of interpersonal violence may...
129 1996 Health Status Survey: Chronic Medical Conditions in Utah /Utah. Office of Public Health Data.; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and Analysis.Of the ten leading causes of death in the United States in 1990, more than half were chronic diseases, including heart disease, cancers, cerebrovascular disease (also known as stroke), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes mellitus, and chronic liver diseases. Heart disease, cancer, and ce...
130 1996 Health Status Survey : Limitations of Activities in Utah /Utah. Office of Public Health Data.; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and Analysis.Overall in 1996, 7.2% of all Utahns were estimated to have some type of limitation of their daily activities. In 1991 the Health Status Survey estimate was 4.9%. The questions asked in the two survey years were virtually identical. Although differences in some aspect of the survey methodology is alw...
131 1996 Health Status Survey : Socio-economic Status and Health in Utah /Utah. Office of Public Health Data.; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and Analysis.Socio-economic status (SES) has been recognized as an important determinant of health since the early part of this century. The 1994 conference on .Measuring Social Inequalities in Health. recommended that health data, including government surveys, vital records systems and cancer registries collect...
132 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1998Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
133 Utah's Healthy People 2000 Health Status Indicators by Local Health DistrictSnyder, Darryl; Shah, Gulzar H.; Neerings, KimThis is an update on the Healthy People 2000 Health Status indicators for the 12 local health department districts in Utah. The data are presented so that policy implications relevant to each local health department district can be considered. Recent national data are presented. Health, as measured ...
134 Report on Maternal and Infant Health in Utah /Utah. Division of Community and Family Health Services.The importance of healthy habits and lifestyle choices cannot be emphasized enough in promoting healthy childbearing. Healthful habits during the childbearing years improve life-long health and may prevent premature death for women. Daily exercise, well-balanced diet, avoidance of tobacco and alcoho...
135 Utah's Healthy People 2000 : Health Status Indicators /Utah. Office of Public Health Data.; Utah. Bureau of Surveillance and Analysis.; Utah. Office of Strategic Planning and Evaluation.Assessing the health status of the population is a fundamental responsibility of public health. Such an assessment is an important guide for public health policy development and for evaluating existing public health programs. The 18 Health Status Indicators for the Year 2000 were developed as part o...
136 Leading causes of death by age and sexLiu, Diane; Snyder, Darryl; Shah, Gulzar; Bangerter, Kim; Rolfs, Robert T.This report presents the leading causes of death for men and women in seven age groups (<1 year, 1-14 years, 15-24 years, 24-44 years, 45-64 years, 65-84 years, 85 years and over) during the five-year period, 1991-1995. For selected causes, trends are examined for the ten-year period, 1986-1995, and...
137 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1997Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
138 Utah health status update /Utah. Dept. of HealthPeriodic updates of health status information on various subjects.
139 1996 Health Status Survey - Health Insurance CoverageUtah Department of Health, Bureau of Surveillance and AnalysisHealth care in America is financed primarily through a mix of public and private insurance, but many still lack financial access to basic services and financial protection against the high costs of illness. Utah has recently initiated several health insurance policy reforms to expand coverage to uni...
140 Women's Health In UtahAd hoc Women's Health Committee: Utah Department of HealthThis report is intended to inform those men and women who make social and health policy as well as those who benefit or suffer because of it. It begins by presenting general social and demographic factors that affect women's health. Chapters 2 and 3 describe health status differences between Utah me...
141 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1996Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
142 1995-1998 Utah Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Local Health District ReportUtah Office of Public Health Assessment; Utah Bureau of Health Education; Utah Bureau of Chronic DiseaseOverall, the Utah population is relatively young and healthy. Its death rate is much lower than that for the U.S. (all cause deaths), and it has especially low rates of death for lung cancer and heart disease. These low rates are at least partially attributable to Utah's healthy lifestyles, such as ...
143 1996 Health Status Survey Health Status in Utah - The Medical Outcomes Study SF12Utah Department of HealthHealth Status can be measured in a variety of ways, including rates of mortality from various causes, incidence or prevalence of disease and disability, utilization of health care, and self-reports from individuals. Each method has strengths and weaknesses on a variety of dimensions, such as how wel...
144 1996 Health Status Survey - Lifestyle Factors in UtahUtah Department of Health Bureau of Surveillance and AnalysisIt is clear from research that choices people make about health behaviors can substantially increase or decrease their risk of life threatening conditions including heart disease, cancer, and injuries. Public health efforts to prevent chronic disease encourage people to eat a diet high in fruits and...
145 1996 Health Status Survey - Health Care Access and UtilizationUtah Department of Health Bureau of Surveillance and AnalysisAssuring access to health care has been defined by the Institute of Medicine as one of the key functions of government in public health. In addition to the ability to access medical care for an acute medical problem, having a primary health care provider, or a "medical home" is also believed to prom...
146 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1995Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
147 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1994Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
148 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1993Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
149 Hospitalizations for Conditions Related to Lifestyle or BehaviorUtah Department of Health Office of Surveillance and Analysis.Utah Hospital Inpatient Discharge Data: Hospitalizations for conditions related to lifestyle or behavior. Standard Report II (ST-2 92-93).
150 Bureau of Epidemiology Annual Report 1992Utah Dept. of Health. Bureau of EpidemiologyAnnual disease reports.
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