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1. Data on the Health of New Yorkers (internal link)
Resource Type: Curriculum

2. Health Disparities in New York City, 2004 (internal link)
Abstract: This comprehensive report on a 2004 city-wide survey provides data on health issues for New Yorkers including: life expectancy, cause of death, smoking, drugs and alcohol, health insurance, HIV/AIDS, diabetes, etc. The report also compares rates for different races, economic classes, and geographic areas within the city.
Resource Type: Article

3. Health in the United States, 2005 (external link)
Abstract: The chartbook assesses the Nationís health by presenting trends and current information on selected determinants and measures of health status and utilization of health care. Determinants of health considered in the chartbook include demographic factors, poverty, health insurance coverage, and health behaviors and risk factors, including obesity, cigarette smoking, and physical activity.
Resource Type: Article

4. Health Insurance Coverage in the US from 1987 - 2004 (external link)
Abstract: Summary statistics about people with/without health insurance (both government and private) in the US between 1987 - 2004.
Resource Type: Chart

5. Historic Health Insurance Tables (external link)
Abstract: This US Census Bureau page contains 8 different spreadsheets to download about health insurance coverage in the US from the mid 1990's to the present. Tables include data sorted by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin.
Resource Type: Website

6. Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the US: 2005 (external link)
Abstract: A comprehensive analysis of recent census data on income, poverty, and health coverage.
Resource Type: Article

7. Radical Math: Statistics Unit, Part 1 (Student Version) (internal link)
Resource Type: Curriculum

8. Radical Math: Statistics Unit, Part 1 (Teachers Version) (internal link)
Resource Type: Curriculum

9. Radical Math: Statistics Unit, Part 2 (Student Version) (internal link)
Resource Type: Curriculum

10. Radical Math: Statistics Unit, Part 2 (Teachers Version) (internal link)
Resource Type: Curriculum

11. Statistics on Health Care in the US (external link)
Abstract: Website contains statistics and data about Medicare and Medicaid
Resource Type: Website

12. The Center for Health and Wellbeing (external link)
Abstract: The Center for Health and Wellbeing is an interdisciplinary unit within the Woodrow Wilson School, which seeks to foster research and teaching on the multiple aspects of health and wellbeing in both developed and developing countries. The website contains research and data on the health conditions of people including groups such as college students and the aged.
Resource Type: Website

13. The Health of Immigrants in NY (external link)
Abstract: This detailed report summarizes data about the health of immigrants in NY. It looks at several specific health areas such as access to medical care, smoking, diabetes, and HIV/AIDS rates.
Resource Type: Article

14. The Uninsured Healthcare Crisis in America (external link)
Abstract: This paper explores the problem where although the US spends more on healthcare than any other nation in the world, we still have millions of people without it
Resource Type: Article

15. Uninsured Americans with Chronic Health Conditions: Key Findings from the National Health Interview Survey (external link)
Abstract: This study examines how uninsured adults with chronic health problems are faring. The analysis is based on the 2003 National Health Interview Survey, relying on self-reports of chronic health conditions. Almost half of uninsured adults with chronic conditions forgo needed medical care or prescription drugs due to cost and that they forgo care at much higher rates than their insured counterparts. Serious identifiable gaps in needed medical care were found for every racial, ethnic, and chronic illness subgroup examined.
Resource Type: Article

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