Reports by Data Source
The reports in this section are organized by data source. The six data sources currently in the HHDW are listed below along with a brief description. Within each data source, the reports are organized by category, such as chronic diseases, physical activity, or drug use. Each category is further subcategorized by health conditions or risk behaviors. Use this section when you know which data source you would like or if you want to restrict the reports to a special sub-population, such as adolescents or new mothers.
Birth Data – Contains information about the birth, the baby, and the parents.
Death Data – Contains information about deaths in Hawaii such as characteristics of the deceased and cause of death. Also includes fetal death and Intentional Termination of Pregnancy (ITOPS) data.
Collects information on behavioral risk factors associated with the leading causes of premature mortality and morbidity among adults.
Collects information from Hawaii’s population regarding chronic diseases, weight status, and demographics.
Gathers information to identify and monitor maternal experiences and behaviors before and during pregnancy, and during the first months of the infant’s life.
YRBS (Youth Risk Behavior Survey)
Monitors health risk behaviors among middle and high school students, including behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries and violence; tobacco; alcohol and other drug use; sexual behaviors; unhealthy dietary behaviors; and physical inactivity.
Provides comprehensive information about tobacco use among middle and high school students.