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Health Reports & Data

View by Ethnicity

The reports in this section present data by the four leading race/ethnicity groups in Hawaii, specifically Native Hawaiian/Part Hawaiian, Caucasian, Filipino, and Japanese. This is important due both to genetic and cultural factors. Examining Hawaii health data by race/ethnicity categories that are relevant is especially important due to the racially diverse population of the state. Hawaii is one of only four states in which non-Hispanic whites do not comprise the majority of the population.

In this first series of reports, the Leading Health Indicators set for the Healthy People 2010 are examined. Multiple data sources, identified on the first page of each report, are used to provide point prevalence estimates with 95% confidence intervals. Where possible, aggregate data are used to provide more accurate estimates. Measures are shown by race/ethnicity alone and by a second dimension, such as county, gender,age, etc..

For details on race/ethnicity variables in each of the data sources and their use by HHDW, please see the Race-Ethnicity Documentation Report.

Access to Health Care
For the Year(s) 2011

Immunization
For the Year(s) 2011

Injury and Violence
For the Year(s) 2007 – 2011

Mental Health
For the Year(s) 2011

Overweight or Obese
For the Year(s) 2011

Physical Activity – Meet Recommendations
For the Year(s) 2011

Second-Hand Smoke Exposure
For the Year(s) 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

Sexual Behavior
For the Year(s) 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011

Substance Abuse
For the Year(s) 2011

Tobacco Use – Current Cigarette Smokers
For the Year(s) 2011

…Click here for earlier reports.