Community Health Obesity and Diabetes Related Indicators: 2008 - 2012
This subset of the community health indicator report data will not be updated. A dataset containing all of the community health indicators is now available. To view the latest community health obesity and diabetes related indicators, go to: https://health.data.ny.gov/Health/Community-Health-Indicator-Reports-CHIRS-Latest-Da/54ci-sdfi. 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.
Creating Healthy Places Intervention Locations
This dataset contains the locations of Creating Healthy Places interventions. Creating Healthy Places to Live Work and Play (CHP2LWP) is a joint five year grant (October 2010 – October 2015) of New York State Department of Health’s Division of Chronic Disease Prevention and Division of Nutrition. The Purpose of the initiative is to implement community level interventions to promote healthy lifestyles to prevent obesity and type 2 diabetes. Twenty-two communities across New York State are funded to carry out this initiative. From a list of 18 policy, systems and environmental interventions, community contractors selected a minimum four to implement. The 18 interventions are grouped into five, broad activity categories. The activities include two that are related to increasing opportunities for physical activity, two that address improving nutrition, and one that addresses both physical activity and nutrition. For more information, check out: http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/nutrition/healthy_places.htm or go to the “About”tab.
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