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Whats New On CHARTS

  • An improved County Health Profile report delivers graphs to illustrate data
  • 2014 cancer incidence data has been added, effecting more than 274 health indicators in CHARTS
  • A new display of STD and HIV/AIDS data now provides ages, race and ethnicity breakouts.

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COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT

HIV Prevention Program Launches New Minority Media Campaign

HIV Prevention Program Launches New Minority Media Campaign

The HIV Prevention Program launched its new statewide minority media campaign May 1. The campaign theme is “Protect Yourself”. Components of the campaign include broadcast radio, digital/mobile advertising, out-of-home advertising (billboards, for example), a new website, social media and public outreach events. Check it out at www.KnowYourHIVStatus.com

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CHARTS Quick Facts

  • In 2015, 82.4% of men and 80.8% of women said their health was good or excellent.
  • In 2015, 73.5% of men and 82.0% of women reported they had a personal doctor.
  • In 2015, the top three leading causes of death for men were heart diseases, cancer and unintentional injury.
  • Men’s age adjusted homicide by firearms death rate at 8.2 per 100,000 was more than six times that of women at 1.3 per 100,000 in 2015
  • In 2015, 70.1% of men and 57.9% of women were overweight or obese.
  • About one in four men (25.4%) in Florida reported that they were sedentary in 2015.
  • In 2015, 21.9% of men reported they engaged in heavy or binge drinking compared with 13.4% of women.
  • Of the adults living with HIV in Florida through 2015, 16% were Caribbean-born.
  • In 2015, 79% of the adult HIV infection cases were male, compared to 71% in 2006.
  • The relative increase in male HIV cases in recent years might be attributed to increases in HIV transmission among men who have sex with men (MSM).

Did You Know?

  • You can get data about HIV/AIDS cases by risk group by selecting Mode of Transmission
  • Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance data can be filtered for men and women using the “Select Dimension” option
  • Use the Change Groupings feature in FloridaCHARTS.com viewer windows to compare health statistics for men and women
  • Using CHARTS Query systems, you can compare health statistics for men and women by moving the filter for “sex” to the column area.
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