Uninsured population number and of population affected Obesity prevalence

Uninsured population number and of population

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Uninsured population (number and % of population affected) Obesity prevalence (specify BMI cut-off used; number and % of population affected) Smoking prevalence (current smokers; number and % of population affected) Fruit and vegetable consumption Heart disease prevalence (number of cases and % of population affected) Diabetes prevalence (number of cases and % of population affected) Prevalence of a sexually transmitted infection (take your pick!) (number of cases and % of population affected) Homicide rate Number of parks Number of supermarkets 2 additional health, sociodemographic, or community indicators of your choosing Note: Not all data may be found at the zip code level; in this case, you may need to consider larger regional areas such as county or state. If data are not available, this should be stated. For each piece of data, include in the table: Geographic location the data represent if the data are not available for your hometown zip code (e.g. if data aren’t available for St. Louis City, you may find data for St. Louis County or the state of Missouri) Year for which the data are reported Data source you used URL for the data source
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