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Healthy People 2010 – Women's and Men's Health: A Comparison of Select Indicators
Staff of the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, including Emmeline Ochiai, Carter Blakey, Penelope Slade-Sawyer, and Nancy Klein managed the production of this report and provided their expertise and guidance in its development.
Staff of the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), including Linda Bilheimer, Mary Anne Freedman, Leda Gurley, Richard Klein, and Zakia Nelson, provided assistance in identifying sources for the data used in this report and in compiling the data. Two NCHS products were used extensively to develop the dataset used here. DATA2010,1 an interactive online database containing the national baseline and tracking data for measurable Healthy People 2010 objectives, was used to obtain trend data for the objectives discussed in this report. Health Data for All Ages,2 an interactive database that provides tabulations on the health of Americans from selected data sources, was used to obtain information on select populations for a number of the objectives.
Staff of the Bureau of Justice Statistics, including Shannan Catalano, Patsy Klaus, and Cathy Maston of the Victimization Statistics Unit, U.S. Department of Justice, kindly provided a special tabulation of historical data on physical assault by intimate partners.
Content last updated July 1, 2009.
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