Women’s Health Data Book: A Profile of Women’s Health in the United States
The Women’s Health Data Book: A Profile of Women’s Health in the United States, offers the latest data and trends on the wide range of health issues that affect women across their life spans. Published by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health, the Data Book is edited by Dawn Misra, Ph.D.
This book addresses social and economic factors and provides up-to-date information on chronic conditions, reproductive health, mental health, violence, health behaviors, and access to and quality of health services received by women. Information is included on disparities in health status and access to care among subgroups of women, highlighting the populations of women who are at greatest risk. Additional fact sheets highlighting key data from the book are also available.
- Fact Sheet: Data Book Highlights
- Fact Sheet: Highlights for Women of Color
- Fact Sheet: Highlights for Adolescents
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