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The U.S. Census Bureau is the leading source of statistical information about the nation’s people. Our population statistics come from decennial censuses, which count the entire U.S. population every ten years, along with several other surveys.
Includes health expenditures and insurance coverage, including Medicare and Medicaid, medical personnel, hospitals, nursing homes and other care facilities, injuries, diseases, disability status, nutritional intake of the population, and food consumption. Data is presented year by year, so you need to look at previous editions (the link to earlier editions is on the home page).
Contains information about the multiple Centers under its administration, guidelines, diseases and funding opportunities. Also available are Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report, Emerging Infectious Diseases, the Combined Health Information Database, and the National Center for Health Statistics.
Your beginning place for health statistics. Many of the statistics are available at the national and state levels, and sometimes it is even more detailed--down to the county level.
Here are a few topics from this site: Diseases & Conditions (Asthma, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Hypertension, Obesity); Health Care & Insurance (Ambulatory Care, ER Visits, Health Insurance Coverage, Hospital Use); Injuries; and Vital Statistics (Deaths, Births).
Contains information about the agency itself, as well as links to food (ingredients, safety, labeling, nutrition, & packaging); drugs; medical devices; vaccines, blood & biologics; animals & veterinaries; cosmetics; radiation-emitting products; tobacco products; and much more.