Pennsylvania Department of Health
Health e-stats
Edward G. Rendell, Governor Everette James, Secretary of Health
Welcome to Health e-stats. Vol. 2-2010 April 21, 2010

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.

The March/April Issue of Statistical News is now available online

Inside this issue you will find the following articles:

  • Health Statistics A to Z-Now Available!
  • Average Age of First-Time Mothers Up Since 1990
  • Colorectal Cancer Incidence and Mortality Decreasing
  • Healthy People 2010: Tobacco Use

Access or print current and past issues of Statistical News .

Web Updates

Death Standard Output Tables, 2008 - Access a large volume of the latest available and historical annual and five-year state, county, and municipality data by age, sex, race/ethnicity, cause-of-death, etc.

EpiQMS - 2007 data have recently been added for the EPHTN cancer incidence dataset.

Cancer Incidence and Mortality, 2007 Executive Summary - Single year cancer statistics summarized for incidence and mortality including frequency counts and age-adjusted rates.

Health Statistics A to Z - A new section of our website listing health statistics topics from A to Z! Each topic provides you with direct links to health data and/or reports available on the Internet.

 

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