Pennsylvania Department of Health
Health e-stats
Tom Corbett, Governor Eli N. Avila, MD, JD, MPH, FCLM, Secretary of Health
Welcome to Health e-stats. Vol. 3-2011 September 15, 2011

Health e-stats is produced by the Bureau of Health Statistics and Research in order to keep data users informed about updates to the Health Statistics web pages.

3rd Quarter 2011 of Statistical News is now available online!

Inside this issue you will find the following articles:

  • Pregnancies Decline in Pennsylvania 
  • Suicides Rise in 2009 for Third Consecutive Year
  • The Impact of Socioeconomic Status on Cancer in Pennsylvania

Access or print current and past issues of Statistical News .

Web Updates

Preliminary Death Data, 2010 - Access preliminary 2010 data on the number of deaths by month for the state, all 67 counties and all cities, boroughs and townships within each county.

Vital Statistics for Pennsylvania, 1906-2009 - Vital statistics provided as far back as 1906, the first year statewide figures were collected. These data include: population, births, deaths, infant deaths and induced abortions.  

Marriage and Divorce Statistics, 2010 - Marriage and divorce occurrence data for the state and counties. 

EpiQMS - Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) and Other Communicable Diseases - 2009 data are now available for the sexually transmitted disease and other communicable disease datasets within our interactive health statistics web tool, EpiQMS. 


For up-to-date Pennsylvania public health statistical information, visit

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