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Community Health: Obesity and Diabetes Related Indicators

Row numberCounty NameCounty CodeRegion NameIndicator NumberIndicatorTotal Event CountsDenominatorDenominator NoteMeasure UnitPercentage/Rate95% CIData CommentsData YearsData SourcesQuartileMapping DistributionLocation
1Cayuga5Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00072179763Average annual populationRate301.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(42.940095°, -76.560755°)
2Cortland11Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00035448898Average annual populationRate241.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(42.597101°, -76.143291°)
3Herkimer21Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00076963638Average annual populationRate402.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013350.5 + : Q43(43.070026°, -74.994246°)
4Jefferson22Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0001023117619Average annual populationRate289.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(44.019295°, -75.898971°)
5Lewis23Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00023826772Average annual populationRate296.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(43.785537°, -75.446296°)
6Madison25Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00052272254Average annual populationRate240.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(42.986917°, -75.720031°)
7Oneida30Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0002644233403Average annual populationRate377.62009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013350.5 + : Q43(43.149482°, -75.361773°)
8Onondaga31Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0003607462913Average annual populationRate259.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(43.065629°, -76.168033°)
9Oswego35Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0001003121905Average annual populationRate274.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(43.39123°, -76.31133°)
10St. Lawrence40Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0001019111116Average annual populationRate305.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(44.689468°, -75.242045°)
11Tompkins50Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000593101689Average annual populationRate194.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(42.461024°, -76.478784°)
12Central New York103Central New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000124931439971Average annual populationRate289.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
13Chemung7Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00088588667Average annual populationRate332.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(42.116644°, -76.812331°)
14Livingston24Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00048764445Average annual populationRate251.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(42.763754°, -77.765392°)
15Monroe26Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0005766741224Average annual populationRate259.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(43.161748°, -77.620143°)
16Ontario32Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000935107369Average annual populationRate290.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(42.894571°, -77.252045°)
17Schuyler44Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00020418475Average annual populationRate368.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013350.5 + : Q43(42.38593°, -76.872032°)
18Seneca45Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00027434833Average annual populationRate262.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(42.833627°, -76.82753°)
19Steuben46Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00094398192Average annual populationRate320.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(42.270053°, -77.324618°)
20Wayne54Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00072192833Average annual populationRate258.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(43.144336°, -77.117995°)
21Yates57Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00022325095Average annual populationRate296.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(42.634338°, -77.078311°)
22Finger Lakes102Finger Lakesd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000104381271131Average annual populationRate273.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
23Dutchess13Hudson Valleyd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0002293296350Average annual populationRate257.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(41.686216°, -73.840468°)
24Orange33Hudson Valleyd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0002396377072Average annual populationRate211.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(41.422459°, -74.241929°)
25Putnam37Hudson Valleyd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00070799636Average annual populationRate236.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(41.41131°, -73.717443°)
26Rockland39Hudson Valleyd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0002305309006Average annual populationRate248.62009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(41.127287°, -74.017033°)
27Sullivan48Hudson Valleyd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00070976758Average annual populationRate307.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(41.705166°, -74.711705°)
28Ulster51Hudson Valleyd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0001520182127Average annual populationRate278.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(41.848374°, -74.099412°)
29Westchester55Hudson Valleyd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0007449953658Average annual populationRate260.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(41.039278°, -73.805386°)
30Hudson Valley106Hudson Valleyd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000173792294607Average annual populationRate252.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
31Nassau28Nassau-Suffolkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000141661347132Average annual populationRate350.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(40.715749°, -73.601185°)
32Suffolk47Nassau-Suffolkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000119561503547Average annual populationRate265.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(40.820237°, -73.119032°)
33Nassau-Suffolk108Nassau-Suffolkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000261222850679Average annual populationRate305.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
34Bronx58New York Cityd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000100561391466Average annual populationRate240.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(40.85589°, -73.868294°)
35Kings59New York Cityd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000199662534814Average annual populationRate262.62009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(40.65642°, -73.950691°)
36New York60New York Cityd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000108161605625Average annual populationRate224.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(40.726966°, -74.005966°)
37Queens61New York Cityd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000182372261761Average annual populationRate268.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(40.749338°, -73.789673°)
38Richmond62New York Cityd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0004531476976Average annual populationRate316.62009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(40.566763°, -74.148102°)
39New York City107New York Cityd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,000636068270641Average annual populationRate256.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
40Broome3New York-Pennd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0002268198087Average annual populationRate381.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013350.5 + : Q43(42.122015°, -75.933191°)
41Chenango8New York-Pennd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00069750405Average annual populationRate460.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013350.5 + : Q43(42.481798°, -75.570013°)
42Tioga49New York-Pennd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00036450744Average annual populationRate239.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(42.120252°, -76.29595°)
43New York-Penn104New York-Pennd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0003329299236Average annual populationRate370.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
44New York State999New York Stated1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00016420419461584Average annual populationRate281.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
45Albany1Northeastern New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,0002669302018Average annual populationRate294.62009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(42.678066°, -73.814233°)
46Clinton9Northeastern New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00056281897Average annual populationRate228.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 296.3 : Q1 & Q21(44.731944°, -73.548883°)
47Columbia10Northeastern New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00071562421Average annual populationRate381.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013350.5 + : Q43(42.276913°, -73.682168°)
48Delaware12Northeastern New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00064647018Average annual populationRate458.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013350.5 + : Q43(42.242972°, -74.997944°)
49Essex15Northeastern New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00034738746Average annual populationRate298.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(44.166026°, -73.685145°)
50Franklin16Northeastern New Yorkd1Cardiovascular disease mortality rate per 100,00047851141Average annual populationRate311.62009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013296.3 - < 350.5 : Q32(44.705699°, -74.340621°)

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This Obesity and Diabetes Related Indicators dataset provides a subset of data (40 indicators) for the two topics: Obesity and Diabetes. The dataset includes percentage or rate for Cirrhosis/Diabetes and Obesity and Related Indicators, where available, for all counties, regions and state. New York State Community Health Indicator Reports (CHIRS) were developed in 2012, and annually updated to provide data for over 300 health indicators, organized by 15 health topic and data for all counties, regions and state are presented in table format with links to trend graphs and maps (http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/chac/indicators/). Most recent county and state level data are provided. Multiple year combined data offers stable estimates for the burden and risk factors for these two health topics. For more information, check out: http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/chac/indicators/ or go to the “About” tab.

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Data are noted when county statistics are unstable or suppressed due to a small number of events/outcomes.
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