From the Website: "'America's Health Rankings' releases three state ranking reports. Each report provides a comprehensive look at the health of the population across the nation and on a state-by-state basis using a wealth of reputable data sources: The 'Annual Report' is the longest running annual assessment of the nation's health on a state-by-state basis. For over thirty years, we have analyzed a comprehensive set of population health data to provide a holistic view of the health of the people in the nation. The 'Senior Report', first published in 2013, presents a comparative look at the health of older adults. The 'Health of Women and Children Report', first published in 2016, focuses on women of reproductive age, infants and children. This report emphasizes the population groups where change can make generational differences. All three reports allow users to look at disparities in health by race/ethnicity, gender, age, education and income for a number of measures. 'America's Health Rankings' also prepares a national report on active duty and veteran U.S. service members in partnership with the Military Officers Association of America. 'The Health of Those Who Have Served', first released in November 2016, explores the differences in health and health-related measures between those now serving or who have served in the military and the civilian population."
United Health Foundation
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