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Locating Health Statistics   Tags: health information, hsc, statistics  

This guide includes health statistic guides, tools, and resources as well as related general statistics resources
Last Updated: Dec 15, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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This guide was created to aid University of Toledo faculty, staff, and students who need statistical health information. Included resources encompass finding aids, databases, and tools.

Health statistics sources include international organizations, nongovernmental agencies, US and Ohio government agencies, and northwest Ohio  agencies and organizations.

General statistics are also included if they contain health related information as demographics. 

(by Kevin Dooley)

This guide is not meant to be all inclusive.
The items were selected to fit the research and informational needs of as many University of Toledo affiliates as possible.

Featured Resource

The USA's  principal health statistics agency. Statistical information is collected and published  to guide actions and policies to improve the health.Useful in areas as public health and health policy.  More at the about page.

Topic Page includes links to Data & Statistics by Topic  in areas as alcohol use, births&natality, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, immunizations, injuries & violoence, physical activity,and STDs.


The Topic Page also includes links to Tools & Resources as,Sortable Risk Factors and Health Indicators. VitalStats, and Healthy People 2020


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    A special thank you to Janice Flahiff, Reference Librarian for originally authoring this guide.


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