Place matters when it comes to health. Where someone is born and where they live can be the most significant factors in determining their overall level of well-being. To help users understand the health landscapes of their communities, PolicyMap has created a new Community Health report.
PolicyMap now displays data from the CDC 500 Cities project, which includes census tract level measures related to chronic health conditions.
Coming to PolicyMap in early 2015 are a set of health indicators from CDC’s 2013 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS).
State and county cancer incidence by demographic characteristics and type of cancer: breast, cervical, colon & rectal, lung & bronchus, and prostate
Lyme disease affects a very specific section of the United States. You can see which areas are affected with new data on Policymap.