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Survivors out of 100,000 births by age, race, and sex
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(Number of survivors out of 100,000 born alive by age and sex)
National Vital Statistics Reports, United States Life Tables. National Center for Health Statistics. Number of survivors out of 100,000 born alive, by age, race, Hispanic origin, race for non-Hispanic population, and sex.
Keywords: Hispanic,black,African,American,white,age,sex,race,ethnicity
Last Viewed: November, 10, 2019 at 2:42 PM.
Total Views: 154

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(Health, United States , 2016 : Chartbook on Long Term Trends)
flyer by MHN - Health, United States, in 2016. Charts include Heart Disease, Cerebrovascular Disease, Cancer, Suicide, and Motor Vehicle Accidents. Populations include males and females for the following races: Whites, Blacks, Hispanic, American Indian, Alaska Native, and Asian Pacific Islander. Charts and Data from the Center for Disease Control in 2016.
Keywords: Female,Male,Hispanic,White,Apim,Black,American,Aianf,Aianm,Indian,Pacific,Asian,Islander,Alaska,Native,Health,Sex,Rates,Race,Age,Death,Adjusted,Cdc,Apif,Source,Wmnh
Last Viewed: November, 9, 2019 at 1:17 AM.
Total Views: 787

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(Survey of the Effect of Fibromyalgia (FM) on Men AJMH)
Men with FM have negative experiences with physical and mental health, quality of life, relationships, and careers as a result of FM. Interactions with health-care providers were deterred by potential for misdiagnosis or dismissal of symptoms, stigma of having a condition primarily affecting women, differences in treatment of men and women with FM, and need for health education resources.
Keywords: Fibromyalgia,FM,men,DaenukaMuraleetharan,AnaFadich,ColinStephenson,WhitneyGarney,AmericanJournalofMensHealth,AJMH,SAGE
Last Viewed: November, 5, 2019 at 6:11 PM.
Total Views: 416

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(Research: Cost of premature death and morbidity in men)
The Economic Burden Shouldered by Public and Private Entities as a Consequence of Health Disparities Between Men and Women, costs federal, state, and local governments in excess of $142 billion annually. It also costs employers and society in excess of $156 billion annually in direct medical payments and lost productivity and an additional $181 billion annually in decreased quality of life.
Keywords: Health,Men,Disparities,Costs,Care,Life,Death,Lost,Federal,State,Local,Government,AJMH,American,Journal,SAGE
Last Viewed: November, 7, 2019 at 3:17 PM.
Total Views: 512

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Injury Control & Prevention. Teen Drivers: Fact Sheet. CDC data indicate that the motor vehicle death rate for teenage male drivers is more that twice that of female drivers. Keywords: flyer; injuries; boys; girls, adolescents; teenagers; passengers; age; licensed; licensure; drinking; alcohol; seat belts; high school; crashes
Keywords: flyer, injuries, boys, girls, adolescents, teenagers, passengers, age, licensed, licensure, drinking, alcohol, seat belts, high school, crashes
Last Viewed: November, 7, 2019 at 8:08 AM.
Total Views: 1,586

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Flyer; MHN; Centers for Disease Control; National Center for Health Statistics; NCHS; men; women; male; female; boys; girls; life expectancy; death rates; motor vehicle deaths; teenage pregnancy; heart disease; disability; smoking; cigarette; high blood pressure; HBP; obesity; children; adolescents; overweight; HIV; AIDS; prescription drug use; antidepressants; opiods; cancer; stroke; diabetes
Last Viewed: November, 10, 2019 at 11:23 PM.
Total Views: 9,075

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2013. A Vision; Life Expectancy; minority; gender; males; females; Aberdeen; adolescents; suicide; heart; liver; disease; Psychological Stress; Hopelessness; National Health Statistics; Race; Ethnicity; CDC; IHS; Indian Health Service; Indian Health Care Improvement Act; Affordable Care Act; Kaiser; National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities; Ana Fadich; Eric Bothwell; Leo Nolan
Last Viewed: November, 11, 2019 at 10:32 AM.
Total Views: 4,400

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Flyer. Age adjusted, with death from diseases of the liver, suicide, and homicide also illustrated. Sources: Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report; National Vital Statistics Report; NVSR; National Center for Health Statistics; NCHS; CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Last Viewed: November, 1, 2019 at 8:41 PM.
Total Views: 1,011

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Estimates of uninsured, current data. U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, Annual Social and Economic Supplement. Health Insurance Coverage Status. Keywords: uninsured; Medicaid; Medicare; military health care; Hispanic; white; black; age; household Income; foreign born; naturalized citizen; not a citizen; poverty; men; women; male; female; Christina Carrol; Titilope Fadiyimu
Keywords: uninsured, Medicaid, Medicare, military health care, Hispanic, white, black, age, household Income, foreign born, naturalized citizen, not a citizen, poverty, men, women, male,
Last Viewed: November, 11, 2019 at 4:25 PM.
Total Views: 3,147

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(Fiscal Years: 1991 and 1992 OWHR)
National Institutes of Health, OWHR, issued a report in 1992 that compared research spending on men's and women's health issues. The budget of each agency was analyzed to determine the spending levels on men and women, and the spending levels where both were included in the studies. This document lists the budgets of each NIH agency with sex noted.
Keywords: women,men,health,issues,summary,budget,table,NCI,NHLBI,NIAAA,NIDA,NIMH,NIDR,NEI,NIDCD,NICHD,NIEHS,NIA,NIAMS,NINDS,NIDDK,NIAID,NCRR,NIGMS,NCNR,FIC
Last Viewed: November, 9, 2019 at 10:14 AM.
Total Views: 686

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(Data compiled by the Men's Health Network (Simonne Vincent))
Women outlive men in all but 2 of 229 countries. In Lesotho and South Sudan, life expectancy is the same between males and females. The data presented is irrespective of race, ethnicity, or level of country development. In 175 of 227 countries where women outlive men, the gap exceeds 4 years, and the gap exceeds 10 years in 3 of 175. Worldwide, women, on average, live 4.2 years longer than men.
Keywords: Country,Gap,Islands,Male,Female,Saint,South,Page,Guinea,Men,Women,United,New,Data,Sudan
Last Viewed: November, 5, 2019 at 11:15 AM.
Total Views: 1,741

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Worldwide, there are 78 men for every 100 women age 65 and above. Keywords: race; ethnicity; gender; male; female; health; disparity; mortality; age; Russia; Azerbaijan; American Samoa; Hungary; Kazakhstan; Belarus; Estonia; Seychelles ; Lithuania; Moldova; Saint Lucia; Ukraine; Korea, North; Slovakia; USA
Keywords: race, ethnicity, gender, male, female, health, disparity, mortality, age, Russia, Azerbaijan, American Samoa, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Estonia, Seychelles , Lithuania,
Last Viewed: November, 7, 2019 at 10:49 PM.
Total Views: 1,182

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(Life expectancy trneds over 30 years)
Life expectancy trends by sex and race, flyer. Keywords: male; female; white; race; black; African-American; birth; age; disparities; National Center for Health Statistics, CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Keywords: male,female,white,race,black,African,American,birth,age,disparities,NationalCenterforHealthStatistics,CDC,CentersforDiseaseControlandPrevention
Last Viewed: November, 8, 2019 at 10:33 PM.
Total Views: 1,058

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(Life expectancy Years 1900 - 2017 - Source: NVSR)
MHN flyer with chart and data table. Current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data provides life expectancy by race and sex. Chart includes data for 1920, 1950, 1970. The life expectancy at birth for the U.S. total population was 78.6 years in 2017. This chart is based on data released by CDC in 2019. Life expectancy for females exceeds that of males in every category.
Keywords: Life,Expectancy,Males,Hispanic,Females,Population,Birth,Black,Indians,Data,African,American,NativeAmericans,AlaskaNatives
Last Viewed: November, 11, 2019 at 2:51 PM.
Total Views: 7,683

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(Death rates by sex, race, and ethnicity)
Men's Health Network Flyer. Age-adjusted death rates per 100,000 U.S. standard population. For Blacks, Whites, & Hispanic Male and Female groups. Infant mortality rates (deaths under 1 year of life) per 1,000 live births during a given year. Charts for both rates.
Keywords: Hispanic,White,Black,Mortality,Females,Age,Males,Infant,Death,Adjusted,Rates,Mother
Last Viewed: November, 7, 2019 at 10:28 PM.
Total Views: 2,463

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(Life expectancy by race and sex, current data)
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) data provides life expectancy by race and sex. This chart includes data for 1920, 1950, 1970, and the most current. Keywords: mortality; health; disparities; male; female; men; women; white; black; African American; Center for Disease Control; CDC; National Center for Health Statistics; NCHS; NVSR; National Vital Statistics Report.
Keywords: mortality,health,disparities,male,female,men,women,white,black,Hispanic,boys,AfricanAmerican,CenterforDiseaseControl,CDC,NationalCenterforHealthStatistics,NCHS,NVSR
Last Viewed: November, 10, 2019 at 10:42 PM.
Total Views: 3,644

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(Research on women and men, National Institute of Health)
More than 50% of participants in NIH funded research studies in 1997 were women. Health spending 1993-99 grew 39% for women & 23% for men. NIH Increased Its Efforts to Include Women in Research. Women Sufficiently Represented in New Drug Testing, FDA Oversight Needs Improvement. FDA has not effectively overseen the presentation and analysis of data related to sex differences in drug development.
Keywords: Women,NIH,Research,Drug,Health,Enrollment,GAO,Studies,Data,Extramural,Minority,Participants,FDA,Trials,Clinical,Sex,Applications,Policy
Last Viewed: November, 4, 2019 at 8:40 PM.
Total Views: 1,231

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MHN flyer. Use of Ambulatory Medical Care by Women (and men). Synopsis of Centers for Disease Control analysis of preventive doctor visits published July 2001.
Last Viewed: November, 11, 2019 at 5:32 PM.
Total Views: 5,987

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2002 Congressional Report indicates that the Federal government spends almost $70 billion on health programs for women. No report is made of spending on men's health programs.
Last Viewed: November, 8, 2019 at 8:11 AM.
Total Views: 1,012

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BJS Data Report 1989: Data indicate that the chance of being a murder victim for black males is 1 in 30 and for white females is 1 in 495. Keywords: race; mortality; death; women; men
Keywords: race, mortality, death, women, men
Last Viewed: November, 8, 2019 at 6:06 AM.
Total Views: 947
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