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How does Ohio rank in health indicators? State rankings by the Trust for America's Health

State rankings for child, adolescent and adult health indicators, public health preparedness, funding levels for specific diseases, CDC facts and health and welfare-related government programs.

The Trust for America's Health has a website that ranks states for child, adolescent and adult health indicators, public health preparedness, funding levels for specific diseases, CDC facts and health and welfare-related government programs.

You can access results for Ohio at this link.

THe 2007 rankings report includes specific diseases and infections such as Alzheimer's Disease, cancer, asthma, West Nile Virus, Chlamydia, syphilis, tuberculosis, and heart disease.

Health indicators listed include current smokers, obesity, infant mortality, environmental and diabetes rates, among others.

Levels of governmental funding for various health and welfare programs can be found in the rankings.

Information on the Trust for America's Health, including a list of their Board of Trustees can be found by clicking the appropriate links on this line.

Posted by db last modified August 11, 2008

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