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Cost as barrier to health insurance 16.5 11.5 No usual place of care 24.0 22.1 No dental insurance 52.7 45.3 Domain: Communicable Diseases Indicator Pitt County North Carolina United States TB rate per 100,000 population (2004) 5.0 4.5 4.9 Hepatitis A rate per 100,000 population 2004: 17 cases 12.1 (2004) 3.65 (2003) 2.6 (2003) Hepatitis B rate per 100,000 population 2004: 11 cases 7.0 (2004) 1.9 2.6 Hepatitis C rate per 100,000 population 2004: 4 cases 2.9 0.2 0.4 9
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Domain:Sexually Transmitted Diseases Indicator Pitt County North Carolina United States Gonorrhea rate per 100,000 population 347.8 181.3 113.5 Black rate 848.3 673.8 629.6 White rate 52.6 38.4 33.3 Chlamydia rate per 100,000 population 645.9 313.3 319.6 Black rate 1206.4 929.7 1209.4 White rate 216.2 116.3 143.6 Syphilis rate per 100,000 population 3.2 8.9 2.7 Black rate 8.0 15.3 9.0 White rate 1.3 1.1 1.6 HIV rate per 100,000 population 18.0 25.2 20.7 Black rate 38.8 76.6 76.3 White rate 7.2 9.6 9.0 Domain: Cancer (2000) Indicator Pitt County North Carolina United States Lung Cancer Mortality rate per 100,000 population 68.7 61.6 54.2 Incidence rate per 100,000 78.8 69.7 67.5 Breast Cancer (Female) Mortality rate per 100,000 females 27.7 26.5 14.4 Female incidence per 100,000 females 167.5 149.5 132.2 Colon/Rectum Cancer Mortality rate per 100,000 population 22.7 20.0 19.1 Incidence rate per 100,000 males 64.7 48.4 52.0 Prostate Cancer Mortality rate per 100,000 males 36.7 36.9 31.5 Incidence rate per 100,000 males 154.5 152.5 166.7 Incidence All Cancer 494.3 445.3 Domain: Chronic Diseases Indicator Pitt County N.C. (1999-2002) United States (2003) Heart disease Mortality rate per 100,000 population 248.5 246.6 235.4 Stroke Mortality rate per 100,000 population 82.1 72.0 54.3 Diabetes Mortality rate per 100,000 population 34.3 27.4 25.4 COPD Mortality rate per 100,000 population 38.4 46.5 43.4 Youth death rates (Ages 0-17)/100,000 100.6 79.9 10
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Domain: Environmental Health Indicator Pitt County North Carolina United States Lead (2004) 2.8 1.3 >1100 infants 56% tested Have you had an illness in the past 12 months that you think was caused by outdoor air pollutants? 9.1 12.0 Have you had an illness in the past 12 months that you think was caused by poor indoor air quality? 15.0 16.4 Domain: Injury and Violence Indicator Pitt County North Carolina 1999–2002 United States 2003 Motor vehicle accidents Mortality rate per 100,000 population 19.6 19.2 15.2 Mortality Homicide rate per 100,000 population 11.2 7.6 5.9 Suicide rate per 100,000 population(10-24 yr) 10.82 11.36 10.5 Violent Crime rate per 100,000 population (2004) 617.2 446.9 Accidents Unintentional injuries Mortality rate per 100,000 population 40.0 42.7 36.3 Child Maltreatment substantiated 18.1 14.5 12.3 Admissions to Juvenile Justice 38.6 34.1 Domain: Economic and Education Indicator Pitt County North Carolina United States Premature mortality rate per 100,000 population under 75 956 years 903 years 799 years Percent below poverty level 17.5 15.2 12.4 Percent of children below poverty level 21.8 21.9 16.9 Unemployment rate 5.2 5.0 4.7 Percent children receiving food stamps 24.9 18.2 10.6 million (14%) Percent children receiving free or reduced lunch 48.4 44.3 41.9 Public school dropout rate (9-12 th grade)2004-5 6.95 4.86 10.3% High School completion (%) 56 86.1 85% Percent >25 years of age with <9 th grade education 7.6 7.8 7.5 Median Household income $ 33,734 46,335 50,046 Median per capita income $ 18,243 26,882 32,937 Migrant and seasonal workers number 6,606 (5.4%) 155,888 (2.1%) 13 million (4.4%) 11
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APPENDIX 2: Healthy People 2020 What Is Healthy People?
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