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01/23/19 08:08:36 (4 years ago)
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added new saved queries, infographics, a new topic page and edited content

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  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/Asthma.xml

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    190190<SELECTION>
    191 <TITLE>Asthma Hospitalization Rates, by Sex and Age Group (3 Age Groups)</TITLE>
     191<TITLE>Asthma Hospitalization Rates, by Sex and Age Group (12 Age Groups)</TITLE>
    192192<LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/AsthHosp.Sex.html</LOCAL_URL>
    193193</SELECTION>
     
    226226
    227227<h3>Additional Data Views</h3> 
    228 <ul>
    229 <li>Number of Asthma Hospitalizations: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma__County.html">by County</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Count_Sex_Annual.html">by Year and by Sex</a></li>
    230 <br/>
    231 <li>Rates of Asthma Hospitalizations by Age Group</li>
    232 <ul><li>Overall rates by year: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Age_Annual.html">Statewide</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_County.html">by County</a></li></ul>
    233 <ul><li>Annual county-specific rates:
    234 
    235 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age04.html">Age 0-4</a>
    236 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age514.html">Age 5-14</a>
    237 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age1534.html">Age 15-34</a>
    238 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age3564.html">Age 35-64</a>
    239 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age65.html">Age 65+</a>
    240 </li></ul>
    241 <br/>
    242 <li>Age-Adjusted Rates of Asthma Hospitalizations: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_AACounty.html">by County</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_AA_Sex_Annual.html">by Year and by Sex</a></li>
    243 
    244 </ul>
     228
     229Number of Asthma Hospitalizations
     230        <ul>
     231                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/AsthHosp_Num.html">Number of Hospitalizations, Statewide, by Year and ICD Code</a></li>
     232                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma__County_ICD9.html">Number of Hospitalizations, by County and Year, ICD-9</a></li>
     233                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_County_ICD10.html">Number of Hospitalizations, by County and Year, ICD-10</a></li>
     234                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Count_Sex_Annual_ICD9.html">Number of Hospitalization by Year and Sex, ICD-9</a></li>
     235                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Count_Sex_Annual_ICD10.html">Number of Hospitalization by Year and Sex, ICD-10</a></li>
     236        </ul>
     237<br/>
     238Crude Rates of Asthma Hospitalizations
     239        <ul>
     240                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_County_ICD9.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, ICD-9</a></li>
     241                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_County_ICD10.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, ICD-10</a></li>
     242        </ul>
     243<br/>
     244Rates of Asthma Hospitalization by Age Group
     245        <ul>
     246                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Age_Annual_ICD9.html">Rate of Hospitalization Statewide, by Age Group, ICD-9</a></li>
     247                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Age_Annual_ICD10.html">Rate of Hospitalization Statewide, by Age Group, ICD-10</a></li>
     248                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age04_ICD9.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 0-4, ICD-9</a></li>
     249                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age04_ICD10.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 0-4, ICD-10</a></li>
     250                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age514_ICD9.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 5-14, ICD-9</a></li>
     251                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age514_ICD10.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 5-14, ICD-10</a></li>
     252                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age1534_ICD9.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 15-34, ICD-9</a></li>
     253                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age1534_ICD10.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 15-34, ICD-10</a></li>
     254                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age3564_ICD9.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 35-64, ICD-9</a></li>
     255                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age3564_ICD10.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 35-64, ICD-10</a></li>
     256                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age65_ICD9.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 65+, ICD-9</a></li>
     257                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_Crude_Annual_Age65_ICD9.html">Rate of Hospitalization, by County, Age 65+, ICD-10</a></li>
     258        </ul>
     259
     260<br/>
     261Age-Adjusted Rates of Asthma Hospitalizations
     262        <ul>
     263                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_AACounty_ICD9.html">Age Adjusted Rate of Hospitalization, by County and Year, ICD-9</a></li>
     264                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_AACounty_ICD10.html">Age Adjusted Rate of Hospitalization, by County and Year, ICD-10</a></li> 
     265                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_AA_Sex_Annual_ICD9.html">Age Adjusted Rate of Hospitalization, by Year and Sex, ICD-9</a></li>
     266                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/HospAsthma_AA_Sex_Annual_ICD10.html">Age Adjusted Rate of Hospitalization, by Year and Sex, ICD-10</a></li>
     267        </ul>
     268
    245269       
    246270</CONTENT>
     
    255279<ibis:SelectionsList>
    256280<SELECTION>
    257 <TITLE>Number of Asthma Emergency Department Visits, by Year</TITLE>
     281<TITLE>Age-Adjusted Rates of Asthma Emergency Department Visits, by Year</TITLE>
    258282<LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/AsthED.AgeAll.html</LOCAL_URL>
    259283</SELECTION>
     
    262286
    263287<SELECTION>
    264 <TITLE>Rates of Asthma Emergency Department Visits, by Month</TITLE>
     288<TITLE>Average Number of Emergency Department Visits by Month</TITLE>
    265289<LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/AsthED.Month.html</LOCAL_URL>
    266290</SELECTION>
     
    309333</ibis:SelectionsList>
    310334<br/>
    311 <h3>Automatic Data Queries</h3>
    312 <ul>
    313 <li>Number of Asthma Emergency Department Visits: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma__County.html">by County</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Count_Sex_Annual.html">by Year and by Sex</a> </li>
    314 <br/>
    315 <li>Number of Emergency Department Visits by Month: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AvgMonth_State.html">Statewide</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AvgMonth.html">by County</a>
    316 </li>
    317 <br/>
    318 <li>Rates of Asthma Emergency Department Visits by Age Group</li>
    319 <ul><li>Overall rates by year: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age_Annual.html">Statewide</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_CrudeRate_County.html">by County</a> </li></ul>
    320 <ul><li>Annual county-specific rates:
    321 
    322 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age04.html">Age 0-4</a>
    323 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age514.html">Age 5-14</a>
    324 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age1534.html">Age 15-34</a>
    325 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age3564.html">Age 35-64</a>
    326 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age65.html">Age 65+</a>
    327 
    328 </li>
    329 </ul>
    330 
    331 <br/>
    332 <li>Age-Adjusted Rates of Asthma Emergency Department Visits:
    333 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AA_State_Annual.html">Statewide</a>,
    334 <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AACounty.html">by County</a>
    335 and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AA_Sex_Annual.html">by Sex</a></li>
    336 </ul>
     335<h3>Additional Data Views</h3>
     336       
     337Number of Asthma Emergency Department Visits
     338        <ul>
     339                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Statewide.html">Number of Visits, Statewide by ICD Code</a></li>
     340                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_County_ICD9.html">Number of Visits, by County and Year, ICD-9</a></li>
     341                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_County_ICD10.html">Number of Visits, by County and Year, ICD-10</a></li>
     342                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Count_Sex_Annual_ICD9.html">Number of Visits, by Year and Sex, ICD-9</a></li>
     343                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Count_Sex_Annual_ICD10.html">Number of Visits, by Year and Sex, ICD-10</a></li>
     344                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AvgMonth_ICD9.html">Number of Visits Per Month, Statewide, ICD-9</a></li>
     345                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AvgMonth_ICD10.html">Number of Visits Per Month, Statewide, ICD-10</a></li>
     346                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AvgMonth_County_ICD9.html">Number of Visits Per Month, by County, ICD-9</a></li>
     347                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AvgMonth_County_ICD10.html">Number of Visits Per Month, by County, ICD-10</a></li>
     348               
     349        </ul>
     350<br/>
     351Rates of Asthma Emergency Department Visits by Age Groups
     352        <ul>
     353                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age_Annual_ICD9.html">Annual Crude Rates of Visits by Age Group, Statewide, ICD-9</a></li>
     354                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age_Annual_ICD10.html">Annual Crude Rates of Visits by Age Group, Statewide, ICD-10</a></li>
     355                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age04_ICD9.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 0-4, ICD-9</a></li>
     356                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age04_ICD10.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 0-4, ICD-10</a></li>
     357                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age514_ICD9.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 5-14, ICD-9</a></li>
     358                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age514_ICD10.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 5-14, ICD-10</a></li>
     359                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age1534_ICD9.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 15-34, ICD-9</a></li>
     360                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age1534_ICD10.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 15-34, ICD-10</a></li>
     361                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age3564_ICD9.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 35-64, ICD-9</a></li>
     362                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age3564_ICD10.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 35-64, ICD-10</a></li>
     363                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age65_ICD9.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 65+, ICD-9</a></li>
     364                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_Crude_Age65_ICD10.html">Annual Crude Rate of Visits by County and Year, Age 65+, ICD-10</a></li>
     365        </ul>
     366
     367<br/>
     368Age-Adjusted Rates of Asthma Emergency Department Visits
     369        <ul>
     370                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AA_State_Annual_ICD.html">Age-Adjusted Rates, Statewide, by Year and ICD Code</a></li>
     371                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AACounty_ICD9.html">Age-Adjusted Rates, by County and Year, ICD-9</a></li>
     372                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AACounty_ICD10.html">Age-Adjusted Rates, by County and Year, ICD-10</a></li>
     373                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AA_Sex_Annual_ICD9.html">Age-Adjusted Rates, Statewide, by Sex and Year, ICD-9</a></li>
     374                <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/EDAsthma_AA_Sex_Annual_ICD10.html">Age-Adjusted Rates, Statewide, by Sex and Year, ICD-10</a></li>
     375        </ul>
    337376
    338377</CONTENT>
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/BirthDefects.xml

    r17475 r17826  
    2121                        <TITLE>Description</TITLE>
    2222                                <CONTENT>
    23                                 The CDC describes major birth defects as "structural changes in one or more parts of the body...[that] are present at birth...[and] can have a serious, adverse effect on the health, development, or functional
    24                                 ability of the baby."
    25                                 To learn more about specific birth defects, visit the <a href="http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/birthdefects/types.html" target="_blank">CDC Birth Defects website</a>
     23                                The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) describes major birth defects as "structural changes in one or more parts of the body...[that] are present at birth...[and]
     24                                can have a serious, adverse effect on the health, development, or functional ability of the baby." To learn more about specific birth defects,
     25                                visit the <a href="http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/birthdefects/types.html" target="_blank">CDC Birth Defects website</a>.
    2626                        </CONTENT>
    2727                        <SHOW/>
     
    3434                        <TITLE>Why Important</TITLE>
    3535                                <CONTENT>
    36                                 Birth defects are tracked for the following reasons:
     36                                Birth defects are common, costly and serious conditions. Understanding the occurrence of birth defects is important because:
    3737                                        <ul>
    38                                                 <li>In 2011, more than 1,200 infants were born with major structural or genetic birth defects in Utah </li>
     38                                                <li>Effects of birth defects can range from mild to severe and can result in debilitating illness, long-term disability or death</li>
     39                                                <li>Birth defects affect 1 in every 33 babies born in the United States each year</li>
     40                                                <li>Birth defects are one of the leading causes of death in children less than one year of age </li>
    3941                                                <li>1 in 4 infant deaths in Utah is attributable to birth defects</li>
    4042                                                <li>1 in 50 births in Utah is affected by a birth defect tracked by the Utah Birth Defects Network (UBDN)</li>
    4143                                        </ul>
    4244                                                <br></br>
    43                                 Tracking and studying birth defects in Utah provides the information needed to monitor the burden of disease locally and statewide, assess services, allocate resources for optimal care, and evaluate prevention efforts.
    44                                 Utah has the highest birth rate in the nation, which makes this an important part of our state's public health to monitor.
     45                                Furthermore, Utah has one of the highest fertility rates in the country. Tracking and studying birth defects in Utah provides the information needed to:
     46                                <ul>
     47                                        <li>Monitor the burden of disease locally and statewide</li>
     48                                        <li>Assess services</li>
     49                                        <li>Allocate resources for optimal care</li>
     50                                        <li>Evaluate prevention efforts</li>
     51                                </ul>
     52
    4553                                </CONTENT>
    4654                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    4957                        <TITLE>What is Known</TITLE>
    5058                                <CONTENT>
    51                                 Major birth defects are associated with many adverse outcomes, from pregnancy through adult life. The most crucial time to avoid birth defects is during the first three months of pregnancy; this is time when the
    52                                 baby's organs are first developing. However, birth defects can begin to develop after this time period too. Pregnancies affected by birth defects are more likely to end in stillbirth. Even after birth, newborns
    53                                 and children have an increased risk of premature death, chronic illness, or long-term disability. In the United States and over developed countries, birth defects are the leading cause of infant mortality. They
    54                                 are also a major contributor to pediatric hospitalizations, chronic childhood illness, and developmental disabilities.
     59                                Major birth defects are associated with many adverse outcomes, from pregnancy through adult life.  An embryo is the most vulnerable during the first three months of pregnancy
     60                                when the organs are first developing. However, birth defects can begin to develop after this time period too. Pregnancies affected by birth defects are more likely to end in
     61                                stillbirth. Even after birth, newborns and children with birth defects have an increased risk of premature death, chronic illness, or long-term disability. In the United States
     62                                and other developed countries, birth defects are the leading cause of infant mortality. They are also a major contributor to pediatric hospitalizations, chronic childhood illness,
     63                                and developmental disabilities.
    5564
    5665                        </CONTENT>
     
    6776<li>Have certain medical conditions such as diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, and heart disease</li>
    6877</ul>
    69  Also, studies have shown that women over the age of 35 are more likely to have a child born with Down Syndrome. It is important for women to assess their health and speak with their healthcare provider before becoming pregnant.
     78<br></br>
     79 Also, studies have shown that women over the age of 35 are more likely to have a child born with Down Syndrome. It is important for women to assess their health and speak with their
     80 healthcare provider before becoming pregnant.
    7081
    7182                        </CONTENT>
     
    7586                        <TITLE>How to Reduce Risk</TITLE>
    7687                        <CONTENT>
    77 Women who are pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant can take the following preventive measures to reduce the risk of her child having birth defects. According to the CDC, the following preventive measures reduce the risk of birth defects:
     88Not all birth defects can be prevented; however, women can increase their chances of having a healthy baby by managing health conditions and adopting healthy behaviors before becoming
     89pregnant. According to the CDC, the following preventive measures reduce the risk of birth defects:
    7890<ul>
    7991<li><span Class="Bold">Prenatal Vitamins: </span>Start taking a prenantal vitamin with 400mcg of folic acid at least one month before becoming pregnant. Studies have shown that taking folic acid during pregnancy reduces the risk of birth defects in the developing fetus.</li>
     
    91103                        <h4>Resources</h4>
    92104                        <ul>
     105                        <li>Utah Environmental Public Health Tracking Network Reproductive Health Booklet</li>
    93106                        <li><a href="http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/birthdefects/index.html" target="_blank" >Birth Defects information - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention</a></li>
    94107                        <li><a href="http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/birthdefects/facts.html" target="_blank" >Facts about Birth - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Defects</a></li>
     
    301314                        <TITLE>About the Data</TITLE>
    302315                        <CONTENT>
    303                         The UEPHTN receives tracking data regarding birth defects from the Utah Birth Defects Network (UBDN.) The UBDN tracks birth defects data the following ways:
     316                        The UEPHTN receives tracking data regarding birth defects from the Utah Birth Defects Network (UBDN). The UBDN tracks birth defects data the following ways:
    304317<ul>
    305318<li>Reports from hospitals, labs, clinics and birthing facilities</li>
     
    308321</ul>
    309322<br></br>
    310 Utah administrative rule R398-5 gives the UBDN legal authority to collect information about children born in Utah with birth defects. Under this rule, all hospitals and birthing centers located in Utah are required to report a specific set of information to the UBDN any time a baby is born with a birth defect. Once the UBDN receives a report of a birth defect, a UBDN staff member goes out to the reporting facility and collects information from the medical records of the infant and the mother. The collected information is then entered into a secure database. Analysis is then performed by an epidemiologist to identify rates, trends, risk factors, and causes. The UBDN takes great care to insure the confidentiality and security of all information that is collected. All identifying information is removed from the data before analysis.
     323Utah administrative rule R398-5 gives the UBDN legal authority to collect information about children born in Utah with birth defects. Under this rule, all hospitals and birthing centers
     324located in Utah are required to report a specific set of information to the UBDN when a baby is born with a birth defect. Once the UBDN receives a report of a birth defect, a UBDN
     325staff member goes to the reporting facility and collects information from the medical records of the infant and the mother. The collected information is then entered into a secure
     326database. Analysis is performed by an epidemiologist to identify rates, trends, risk factors, and causes. The UBDN takes great care to insure the confidentiality and security of all
     327information that is collected. All identifying information is removed from the data before analysis.
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    312329<a ibis:href="metadata/BirthDefects.html">View complete metadata.</a>
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    115115        <TITLE>Heat Stress</TITLE>
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    117 <h4>Hospitalizations for Heat Stress</h4>
    118 <ul>
    119 <li>Number of Hospitalizations for Heat Stress: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_hosp_number.html">Statewide</a></li>
    120 
    121 <li>Crude Rates of Hospitalizations for Heat Stress, by Age Group: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_hosp_crude.html">Statewide</a></li>
    122 
    123 <li>Age-adjusted Rates of Hospitalizations for Heat Stress: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_hosp_aa.html">Statewide</a></li>
    124 
    125 </ul>
    126 <br/>
    127 <h4>Emergency Department Visits for Heat Stress</h4>
    128 <ul>
    129 <li>Number of Emergency Department Visits for Heat Stress: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_number_state.html">Statewide</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_number_county.html">by County</a></li>
    130 
    131 <li>Crude Rates of Emergency Department Visits for Heat Stress, by Age Group: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_crude_state.html">Statewide</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_crude_county.html">by County</a></li>
    132 
    133 <li>Age-adjusted Rates of Emergency Department Visits for Heat Stress: <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_aa_state.html">Statewide</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_aa_county.html">by County</a></li>
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     121<h4>Rate of Heat Stress Hospitalizatons</h4>
     122    <ul>
     123        <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_hosp_crude_ICD9.html">Rate of Hospitalizations, Statewide, by Year and Age Group, ICD-9 </a></li>
     124        <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_hosp_crude_ICD10.html">Rate of Hospitalizations, Statewide, by Year and Age Group, ICD-10 </a></li>
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     126
     127<h4>Age-Adjusted Rate of Heat Stress Hospitalizatons</h4>
     128    <ul>
     129        <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_hosp_aa_ICD.html">Age-Adjusted Rate of Hospitalizations, Statewide, by Year and ICD Code </a></li>
     130    </ul>
     131
     132<br/>
     133<h4>Number of Heat Stress Emergency Department Visits</h4>
     134<ul>
     135    <!--
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     137     -->
     138    <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_number_county_ICD9.html">Number of Emergency Department Visits, by Year and County, ICD-9 </a></li>
     139    <!--
     140    <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_number_county_ICD10.html">Number of Emergency Department Visits, by Year and County, ICD-10 </a></li>
     141     -->
     142</ul>
     143<h4>Rate of Heat Stress Emergency Department Visits</h4>
     144<ul>
     145   
     146    <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_crude_state_ICD9.html">Rate of Emergency Department Visits, Statewide, by Year and Age Group, ICD-9 </a></li>
     147    <!--
     148    <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_crude_state_ICD10.html">Rate of Emergency Department Visits, Statewide, by Year and Age Group, ICD-10 </a></li>
     149     -->
     150    <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_crude_county_ICD9.html">Rate of Emergency Department Visits, by County and Age Group, ICD-9 </a></li>
     151    <!--
     152    <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_crude_county_ICD10.html">Rate of Emergency Department Visits, by County and Age Group, ICD-10 </a></li>
     153     -->
     154</ul>
     155
     156<h4>Age-Adjusted Rate of Heat Stress Emergency Department Visits</h4>
     157<ul>
     158    <!--
     159    <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_aa_state_ICD.html">Age-Adjusted Rate of Emergency Department Visits, Statewide, by Year and ICD Code </a></li>
     160     -->
     161    <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_aa_county_IC9.html">Age-Adjusted Rate of Emergency Department Visits, by Year and County, ICD-9 </a></li>
     162    <!--
     163    <li><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/heat_ed_aa_county_ICD10.html">Age-Adjusted Rate of Emergency Department Visits, by Year and County, ICD-10 </a></li>
     164     -->
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     169
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    140171<TITLE>Vector-borne Disease</TITLE>
     
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    179210<li><a href="http://epht.health.utah.gov/epht-view/query/builder/ed/EPHTEDCntyHospED/AgeRateED_Heat.html">Heat Stress Age-adjusted Rates of Emergency Department Encounters</a></li>
    180211</ul>
     212<br/>
     213<h3>Communicable Disease</h3>
     214<ul>
     215<li><a href="http://epht.health.utah.gov/epht-view/query/selection/comdispublic/ComDisSelection.html">Communicable Disease (Count and Rate)</a></li>
     216</ul>
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  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/COPD.xml

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     142                                <h2>Additional Data Views</h2>
     143                                As of October 1, 2015, the U.S. is currently using the 10th revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) to code hospitalizations and emergency department visits. Prior to the change, COPD hospitalizations and emergency department vists were defined as any ICD-9 primary diganosis code.  Comparing data using ICD-9 against data using ICD-10 may not be appropriate; therefore, the following data views are separated by ICD code. 
     144                                <br/><br/>
     145
     146                                        <ul>
     147                                        <li>Rate of hospitalization by age group (<a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_25-44_ICD9.html">25-44,</a> <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_45-64_ICD9.html">45-64,</a> <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_65-84_ICD9.html">65-84,</a> <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_85_ICD9.html">85+, </a><a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_Total_ICD9.html">total</a>), for years 2000-2015 by ICD-9 </li>
     148                                        </ul>
     149                                        <ul>
     150                                        <li>Rate of hospitalization by age group (<a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_25-44_ICD10.html">25-44,</a> <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_45-64_ICD10.html">45-64,</a> <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_65-84_ICD10.html">65-84,</a> <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_85_ICD10.html">85+,</a> <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/COPD_Hosp_CrudeRate_Total_ICD10.html">total</a>), for years 2015-present by ICD-10 </li>
     151                                        </ul>
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    142153                                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/Cancer.xml

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     18        <center><img width="610" height="425" ibis:src="image/cancer_info.png" ></img></center>
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    1921                        <TITLE>Description</TITLE>
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/ChildhoodBloodLead.xml

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    165165                </div>
    166166<br/>
    167 <h4>Recursos (en español)</h4>
    168 <ul>
    169 <li><a href="http://health.utah.gov/enviroepi/healthyhomes/lead/ParentsGuidePbPoisoningSpanish2.pdf" target="_blank" >La guía de padres a la prevención del envenenamiento del plomo en la niñez</a> </li>
    170 <li><a href="http://health.utah.gov/enviroepi/healthyhomes/lead/SpanishLeadpmphlt.pdf" target="_blank">Ayúdenme a estar libre de plomo</a></li>
     167<h4>Recursos (en espaol)</h4>
     168<ul>
     169<li><a href="http://health.utah.gov/enviroepi/healthyhomes/lead/ParentsGuidePbPoisoningSpanish2.pdf" target="_blank" >La gu�a de padres a la prevenci�n del envenenamiento del plomo en la ni�ez</a> </li>
     170<li><a href="http://health.utah.gov/enviroepi/healthyhomes/lead/SpanishLeadpmphlt.pdf" target="_blank">Aydenme a estar libre de plomo</a></li>
    171171<li><a href="https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2017-06/documents/pyf_booklet_color_spanish_2017.pdf " target="_blank"> Protege a tu familia del plomo en tu casa</a></li>
    172172<li><a href="https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/documents/nutritionsp.pdf" target="_blank"> Lucha contra el envenenamiento por plomo con una dieta sana</a></li>
     
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    210210
     211<ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="3">
     212<TITLE>Childhood Blood Lead Testing Overview</TITLE>
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     214<h3>Childhood Blood Lead Testing</h3>
     215Blood levels are classified as either confirmed or unconfirmed. Blood lead levels are confirmed by either one venous test or two capillary or unknown specimen tests less than 12 weeks apart.  Unconfirmed blood lead levels are results without a confirmatory test within 12 weeks. The following data views include both confirmed and unconfirmed cases.
     216<br/><br/>
     217<ul>
     218<li>Children Tested by Test Year (<a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_count_year.html">Number</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_pct_year.html">Percent</a>)</li>
     219<li>Children Tested by Test Year and Blood Lead Level (<a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_count_blcategory_year.html">Number</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_pct_blcategory_year.html">Percent</a>)</li>
     220<li>Children Tested by Test Year and Children Ages (<a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_count_age_year.html">Number</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_pct_age_year.html">Percent</a>)</li>
     221<li>Children Tested by Test Year and Sex (<a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_count_sex_year.html">Number</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_pct_sex_year.html">Percent</a>)</li>
     222<li>Children Tested by County (<a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_count_county.html">Number</a> and <a ibis:href="query/definition/result/utahepht/bll_overview_pct_county.html">Percent</a>)</li>
     223</ul>
     224<br/>
     225</CONTENT>
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    15         <TITLE>Climate Effects on Health Topics</TITLE>
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    18                 <h2>Introduction To Climate Effects on Health</h2>     
    19                 In recent years, concerns about the influence of human activities on the climate
    20                 have increased. Regardless of the political and societal debates, changes
    21                 in climate patterns have the potential to adversely affect the public's health.
    22                 <br/><br/>
     19                <TITLE>Climate Effects on Health </TITLE>
     20          <CONTENT>
     21       
     22                        <CONTENT>
     23                               
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     27                                                Climate and Health<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     28                                        </a></div>
     29                                </div>
    2330
    24                 Within the last 50 years, public health professionals have been successful in reducing
    25                 and preventing various public health problems. With those successes, the role of public
    26                 health has broadened from its initial focus on municipal sanitation and infectious
    27                 disease control to providing public health guidance for urban design and the built
    28                 environment, improving quality of life, health care cost reduction and a variety of
    29                 other important issues. With this broader perspective, environmental factors other
    30                 than sanitation management are increasingly important to the goals of public health.
    31                 <br/><br/>
    32 
    33                 Environmental health contributes to public expectations in four major needs: safe air,
    34                 safe water, safe food and safe places (e.g., homes, work places, recreational places,
    35                 etc.). Climate impacts each of these needs in an immediate way. The Utah Environmental
    36                 Public Health Tracking Network helps by providing data to support these functions
    37                 and a way to bridge gaps between what we know about the climate and its impact on
    38                 health.
    39                 <br/><br/>
    40 
    41 
    42                 <h4>Please click on a category to see more.</h4>
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    44                
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    48                
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    52                                                                
    53                         <a href="/epht-view/topic/CChangeHealth.html"><h4>Climate and Health</h4>The climate can negatively impact human health in many ways. A changing climate can lead to environmental conditions that increase exposure to allergens, viral or bacterial disease, and hotter temperatures.</a>
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    60                                
    61                         <a href="/epht-view/topic/CommunityDesign.html"> <h4>Community Design</h4> More greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, particularly carbon dioxide, will disrupt the balance of the greenhouse effect and cause greater amounts of heat to be trapped on the Earth's surface. </a>
    62        
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    70                        
    71                         <a href="/epht-view/topic/MeteorologicalIndicators.html"><h4>Meteorological Indicators</h4>Meteorology is the study of the atmosphere, such as seasons, climate, precipitation, storms, temperature, and air pressure. Meteorological indicators may be one of the most valuable methods of determining whether a climate is changing or not.</a>                               
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    74                         </li>
     31                                <div class="Block">
     32                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/CommunityDesign.html">
     33                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/modern-city.png" alt="City icon" title="Go to Community Design Topic Page"/><br/>
     34                                                Community Design<br/><br/><br/><br/>
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     41                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/burning-tree.png" alt="Flood icon" title="Go to Meterological IndicatorsTopic Page"/><br/>
     42                                                Meterological Indicators<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     43                                        </a></div>
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    1619        <TITLE>Environmental Topics</TITLE>
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    20                 <h2>Introduction To Environmental Topics</h2>   
    21                                 The environment plays a key role in the public health of Utah. From air and water
    22                                 quality to radon and lead, there are many environmental factors that can influence
    23                                 the health of our residents. While many environmental factors are naturally occurring,
    24                                 our behavior can influence and increase some of the negative affects that influence
    25                                 climate change factors, such as automobile emissions and air quality.
    26                         The indicator categories below combine related indicators into four environmental categories.
    27 <br/><br/>
    28 <h4> Please click on a category to see more.</h4>
     24        <div class="Block">
     25                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/AirQuality.html">
     26                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/wind.png" alt="Air icon" title="Go to Air Quality Topic Page"/><br/>
     27                                                Air Quality<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     28                                        </a></div>
     29                                </div>
    2930
    30                 <ul class="Front10 Environment">
    31                        
    32                         <li>
    33                                 <h4></h4>
    34                                
    35                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/AirQuality.html"><h4>Air Quality</h4>Air pollution refers to any biological, physical, or chemical particle that is in the air that should not be there. </a>
    36                         </li>
    37                        
    38                                 <li>
    39                                 <h4></h4>
    40                                
    41                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Cadmium.html"><h4>Cadmium</h4>Cadmium is a metal that is found naturally in the Earth's crust.</a>
    42                         </li>
     31                                <div class="Block">
     32                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Cadmium.html">
     33                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/cadmium.png" alt="battery icon" title="Go to Cadmium Topic Page"/><br/>
     34                                                Cadmium<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     35                                        </a></div>
     36                                </div>
    4337
     38                                <div class="Block">
     39                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/DrinkingWater.html">
     40                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/water-drop.png" alt="Water icon" title="Go to Drinking Water Topic Page"/><br/>
     41                                                Drinking Water<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     42                                        </a></div>
     43                                </div>
    4444
    45 <li>
    46                                 <h4></h4>
    47                                
    48                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/DrinkingWater.html"><h4>Drinking Water</h4>Drinking water can become contaminated from a variety of sources. Data is available for the following contaminants: arsenic, atrazine, DEHP, disinfection byproducts, nirates, PCE, radium, TCE, and uranium. </a>
     45                                <div class="Block">
     46                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/HazardousSubstance.html">
     47                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/biohazard.png" alt="Biohazard icon" title="Go to Hazardous Substance Topic Page"/><br/>
     48                                                Hazardous Substance<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     49                                        </a></div>
     50                                </div>
    4951
    50                         </li>
    51                         <li>
    52                                 <h4></h4>
    53                                
    54                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/HazardousSubstance.html"><h4>Hazardous Substance Releases</h4>The term "hazardous substance release" is a broad term that refers to an uncontrolled or illegal release, or a threatened release of one or more toxic substances. </a>
     52                                <div class="Block">
     53                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Mercury.html">
     54                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/mercury.png" alt="thermometer icon" title="Go to Mercury Topic Page"/><br/>
     55                                                Mercury<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     56                                        </a></div>
     57                                </div>
    5558
    56                         </li>   
    57                        
    58                                 <li>
    59                                 <h4></h4>
    60                                
    61                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/ChildhoodBloodLead.html"><h4>Lead</h4>Lead is a naturally-occurring, bluish-gray metal found in small amounts in the earth's crust. Human activity is responsible for lead emissions as well, including burning fossil fuels, mining, and manufacturing.  </a>
    62                         </li>
    63                        
    64                        
    65                                 <li>
    66                                 <h4></h4>
    67                                
    68                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Mercury.html"><h4>Mercury</h4>Mercury, also known as quicksilver, is a naturally occurring element that is found in air, water and soil.</a>
    69                         </li>
    70                        
    71                         <li><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Radon.html"><h4>Radon</h4>Radon is a radioactive gas that is released when uranium in the soil breaks down. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer.</a>
    72                 <br></br></li>
    73                        
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  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/FoodborneIllness.xml

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    8080                                <ul>
    81                                         <li>High fever (temperature over 101.5°F)</li>
     81                                        <li>High fever (temperature over 101.5F)</li>
    8282                                        <li>Bloody stools </li>
    8383                                        <li>Frequent vomiting that prevents you from keeping liquids down and/or staying hydrated</li>
     
    100100                                        like fruits and vegetables. </li>
    101101                                        <li>Cook food to the right temperature. Use a food thermometer to ensure that foods are cooked to a <a href="https://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/charts/mintemp.html" target="_blank" >safe internal temperature</a>.</li>
    102                                         <li>Keep your refrigerator below 40°F and refrigerate foods promptly. Germs can start to grow in foods within two hours unless you refrigerate them (during the summer heat, cut that time down to one hour).
     102                                        <li>Keep your refrigerator below 40F and refrigerate foods promptly. Germs can start to grow in foods within two hours unless you refrigerate them (during the summer heat, cut that time down to one hour).
    103103                                        Check the <a href="https://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/foodkeeperapp/index.html" target="_blank">FoodKeeper</a> webpage to learn the best way to store foods and beverages, how to keep them fresh, and when to
    104104                                        throw them away.</li>
     
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     275
     276The links listed below redirect you to health assessments that have been conducted in Utah that are relevant to foodborne illness.
     277<br/><br/>
     278<ul>
     279<li><a href="http://health.utah.gov/epi/community/sanitation/foodSafety/Utah%20Risk%20Factor%20Study_2016-2017.pdf" target="_blank">Utah Risk Factor Study for Inspections Conducted in 2016 </a></li>
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  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/Health.xml

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    1313        </ibis:doc>
    1414
     15
     16<OTHER_HEAD_CONTENT>
     17                <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" ibis:href="css/_topic.css"/>
     18        </OTHER_HEAD_CONTENT>
     19
    1520        <TITLE>Health Topics </TITLE>
     21          <CONTENT>
     22       
     23                        <CONTENT>
     24                                <div class="Block">
     25                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Asthma.html">
     26                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/stethoscope.png" alt="Stethoscope icon" title="Go to Asthma/Respiratory Topic Page"/><br/>
     27                                                Asthma<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     28                                        </a></div>
     29                                </div>
    1630
    17         <CONTENT>
    18                 <h2>Introduction To Health Topics</h2> 
     31                                <div class="Block">
     32                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/BirthDefects.html">
     33                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/fetus.png" alt="Fetus icon" title="Go to Births Defects Topic Page"/><br/>
     34                                                Birth Defects<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     35                                        </a></div>
     36                                </div>
    1937
    20                 An important part of the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network is to understand how environmental factors influence human health. Many adverse health outcomes have links to the environment, such as air pollution and an increased risk of heart attacks. Having reliable data about these health concerns provides a clearer picture of how the environment impacts Utah's public health. This information can then be used to direct interventions to prevent and control these adverse health outcomes. The indicator categories below combine related indicators into six health categories.
    21 <br></br><br></br>
    22 <h4>Please click on a category to see more.</h4>
    23                 <h2></h2>
    24                
    25                 <ul class="Front9 Health">
    26                         <li>
    27                                 <h4></h4>
     38                                <div class="Block">
     39                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Cancer.html">
     40                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/ribbon copy.png" alt="Ribbon icon" title="Go to Cancer Disease Topic Page"/><br/>
     41                                                Cancer<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     42                                        </a></div>
     43                                </div>
     44                                <div class="Block">
     45                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/COPD.html">
     46                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/medicine.png" alt="medicine bottle icon" title="Go to COPD Topic Page"/><br/>
     47                                                Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) <br/><br/><br/><br/>
     48                                        </a></div>
     49                                </div>
     50
     51                                <div class="Block">
     52                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/FoodborneIllness.html">
     53                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/food.png" alt="burger icon" title="Go to Foodborne Illness Topic Page"/><br/>
     54                                                Foodborne Illness<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     55                                        </a></div>
     56                                </div>
     57
     58                                <div class="Block">
     59                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/HeartAttack.html">
     60                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/heart-beats.png" alt="Heart icon" title="Go to Heart Attack Topic Page"/><br/>
     61                                                Heart Attack <br/><br/><br/><br/>
     62                                        </a></div>
     63                                </div>
     64
     65                                <div class="Block">
     66                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/HealthStatus.html">
     67                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/health-normal.png" alt="Health icon" title="Go to Overall Health Status page"/>
     68                                                Overall Health Status <br/><br/><br/><br/>
     69                                        </a></div>
     70                                </div>
    2871                               
    29                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Asthma.html"><h4>Asthma</h4> Asthma is a condition that makes it difficult to breathe. The resulting effects are chest tightness, wheezing, breathlessness, and coughing. </a>
     72                                <div class="Block">
     73                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/ReproductiveHealthOutcomes.html">
     74                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/stork-delivery.png" alt="ambulance icon" title="Go to Reproductive Health Outcomes Page"/>
     75                                                Reproductive Health Outcomes<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     76                                        </a></div>
     77                                </div>
    3078
    31                         </li>
     79                               
    3280
    33 
    34 
    35                         <li>
    36                                 <h4></h4>
    37                                
    38                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/BirthDefects.html"><h4>Birth Defects</h4>Birth defects are abnormalities a baby is born with.</a>
    39                                 </li>
    40 
    41                                 <li><h4></h4><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Cancer.html"><h4>Cancer</h4>Cancer is a term used for a broad class of diseases that involved multiplying damaged cells.</a>
    42                                 </li>
    43 
    44                                 <li><h4></h4><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/COPD.html"><h4>Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)</h4>A term used to describe a range of lung diseases that make it difficult to breathe.</a>
    45                                 </li>
    46                        
    47                                 <li><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/HeartAttack.html"><h4>Heart Attack</h4>A heart attack, also called a myocardial infarction, occurs when a section of the heart muscle dies or gets damaged because of reduced blood supply. </a></li>
    48 
    49                                 <li>
    50                                
    51                                 <h4></h4>
    52                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/ReproductiveHealthOutcomes.html"><h4>Reproductive Health Outcomes</h4>Reproductive health and birth outcomes track mother and infant health. This includes measures such as sex ratio, infertility, pre-term birth, low birth weight, and fetal, infant, and maternal mortality.</a>
    53 
    54                                 </li>
    55                        
    56                                 <li>
    57                                 <h4></h4>
    58                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/FoodborneIllness.html"><h4>Foodborne Illness</h4>Foodborne Illness is any infection resulting from the spoilage of contaminated food, pathogenic bacteria, viruses or parasites that contaminate food, as well as toxins. </a>
    59 
    60                                 </li>
    61 
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    63 
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  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/HealthyHomes.xml

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    1212                <company>Utah Department of Health/Software Technology Group</company>
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     14<OTHER_HEAD_CONTENT>
     15                <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" ibis:href="css/_topic.css"/>
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    1417
    15         <TITLE>Healthy Homes Topics</TITLE>
     18        <TITLE>Healthy Homes </TITLE>
     19          <CONTENT>
     20   
     21                                <div class="Block">
     22                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Asbestos.html">
     23                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/gas-mask.png" alt="Gas mask icon" title="Go to Asbestos Topic Page"/><br/>
     24                                                Asbestos<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     25                                        </a></div>
     26                                </div>
    1627
    17         <CONTENT>
    18         A Healthy Home promotes a decent, safe and sanitary condition to help families prevent injury and disease.
    19 In 2007, HUD conducted the American Housing Survey, which showed that six million households live with moderate or severe physical housing problems. Anyone can suffer from housing related injury and illness; although certain groups such as children, the elderly, or individuals with chronic illness are more vulnerable.
    20 <br/><br/>
    21 Children, who typically spend the majority of their time indoors, are more at risk to the effects of biological, chemical, and physical exposures. It is important to make every effort to minimize the possible dangers in and around your home. These possible dangers include allergens, asbestos, combustion products (e.g., furnace, water heater, and generator), pests (e.g., cockroaches, bed bugs, mice, etc.), lead based paint, mold, household/automotive cleaners, pesticides/herbicides, radon, take home hazards, and injury hazards. The developing child from pre-birth through the toddler stage, make children more susceptible when exposed to environmental hazards.
    22 <br/><br/>
    23 These environmental hazards and associated health risks tend to be interrelated. Having an increase in moisture/humidity, poor indoor air quality and increased levels of contaminated dust are all common causes for these environmental hazards. For instance, taking care of excess moisture/humidity, in the home, can help take care of the health conditions associated with allergies and asthma, as well as the deterioration of lead-based paint, preventing possible poisoning from lead exposure.
    24 <br/><br/>
    25 You can help make your home a healthier place to live, for you and your family by following The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - <span Class="Bold">Seven Healthy Homes Principles:</span>
    26 <br/><br/>
    27 <ol>
    28 <li><span Class="Bold">Keep your home Dry</span>
    29 <br/>Damp houses provide a nurturing environment for mites, roaches, rodents, and molds, all of which are associated with asthma.</li>
    30 <br/>
    31 <li><span Class="Bold">Keep your home Clean</span>
    32 <br/>Clean homes help reduce pest infestations and exposure to contaminants.</li>
    33 <br/>
    34 <li><span Class="Bold">Keep your home Safe</span>
    35 <br/>The majority of injuries among children occur in the home. Falls are the most frequent cause of residential injuries to children, followed by injuries from objects in the home, burns, and poisonings.</li>
    36 <br/>
    37 <li><span Class="Bold">Keep your home Ventilated</span>
    38 <br/>Studies show that increasing the fresh air supply in a home improves respiratory health.</li>
    39 <br/>
    40 <li><span Class="Bold">Keep your home Pest-Free</span>
    41 <br/>Recent studies show a causal relationship between exposure to mice and cockroaches and asthma episodes in children; yet inappropriate treatment for pest infestations can exacerbate health problems, since pesticide residues in homes pose risks for neurological damage and cancer.</li>
    42 <br/>
    43 <li><span Class="Bold">Keep your home Contaminant-Free</span>
    44 <br/>Chemical exposures include lead, radon, pesticides, volatile organic compounds, and environmental tobacco smoke. Exposures to asbestos particles, radon gas, carbon monoxide, and second-hand tobacco smoke are far higher indoors than outside.</li>
    45 <br/>
    46 <li><span Class="Bold">Keep your home Maintained</span>
    47 <br/>Poorly-maintained homes are at risk for moisture and pest problems. Deteriorated lead-based paint in older housing is the primary cause of lead poisoning, which affects some 240,000 U.S. children.</li>
    48 </ol>
    49 <br/><br/>
    50 <h4>Please click on a category to see more.</h4>
     28                                <div class="Block">
     29                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/ChildhoodBloodLead.html">
     30                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/test-tubes.png" alt="test tube icon" title="Go to Blood Lead System Topic Page"/><br/>
     31                                                Blood Lead<br/><br/><br/>
     32                                        </a></div>
     33                                </div>
    5134
    52                 <ul class="Front7 HealthyHomes">
    53                 <li><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Asbestos.html"><h4>Asbestos</h4>Asbestos is a generic name given to a group of minerals that occur naturally and have been mined for its useful properties such as thermal insulation and high tensile strength.</a><!--
    54                 <br></br>Click here to view <a ibis:href="metadata/.html">reproductive and birth outcome metadata</a>.--></li>
    55                 <li><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/ChildhoodBloodLead.html"><h4>Blood Lead</h4>Lead is a naturally-occurring, bluish-gray metal found in small amounts in the earth's crust. Human activity is responsible for lead emissions as well, including burning fossil fuels, mining, and manufacturing.</a></li>
    56                 <li><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/CarbonMonoxide.html"><h4>Carbon Monoxide Poisoning</h4>Carbon monoxide (CO) gas is a colorless, odorless gas that can cause sudden illness or death if inhaled. </a></li>
    57                 <li><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Mercury.html"><h4>Mercury</h4>Mercury, also known as quicksilver, is a naturally occurring element that is found in air, water and soil. It exists in several forms: elemental or metallic mercury, inorganic mercury, and organic mercury.</a><!--
    58                 <br></br>Click here to view <a ibis:href="metadata/.html">reproductive and birth outcome metadata</a>.--></li>
    59                 <li><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Mold.html"><h4>Mold</h4>Molds, including mushrooms and yeasts, are fungi. Molds can exist virtually everywhere in our environment - indoors and outdoors. There are thousands of species of mold and they can be any color.</a><!--
    60                 <br></br>Click here to view <a ibis:href="metadata/.html">reproductive and birth outcome metadata</a>.--></li>
    61                 <li><a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Radon.html"><h4>Radon</h4>Radon is a radioactive gas that is released when uranium in the soil breaks down. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer.</a>
    62                 <br></br></li>
    63                 </ul>
     35                                <div class="Block">
     36                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/CarbonMonoxide.html">
     37                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/hazard-sign.png" alt="Hazard sign icon" title="Go to Carbon Monoxide Topic Page"/><br/>
     38                                                Carbon Monoxide<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     39                                        </a></div>
     40                                </div>
     41
     42                                <div class="Block">
     43                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Mold.html">
     44                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/parmecia.png" alt="mold icon" title="Go to Mold Topic Page"/><br/>
     45                                                Mold<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     46                                        </a></div>
     47                                </div>
     48
     49                                <div class="Block">
     50                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Radon.html">
     51                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/radioactive.png" alt="Radioactive icon" title="Go to Radon Page"/>
     52                                                Radon<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     53                                        </a></div>
     54                                </div>
     55
     56                       
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    1414
    15         <TITLE>Environmental Public Health Tracking Topics</TITLE>
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    18                 <h2>Introduction To EPHT Topics</h2>
    19                 The EPHT Topics section organizes all data and information into the following categories:
    20                 <br/><br/>
    21                 <h2>How to find Data and Information in EPHT Topics</h2>
    22                 The "EPHT Topics" section has a page that contains information for each topic.
    23                 Along with this information are links to the associated Indicator
    24                 Reports and dataset queries. The Indicator Reports provide more detailed
    25                 EPHT information, metadata ("data about data"), charts, and data tables.  Many of the topic areas have queryable datasets that you can use to create your own tables, charts, and maps. 
    26                 These data query results pages will also have dataset details, including data
    27                 sources and tips on how data can or cannot be used.
    28                 <br/><br/>
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     24                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/AirQuality.html">
     25                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/wind.png" alt="Air icon" title="Go to Air Quality Topic Page"/><br/>
     26                                                Air Quality<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     27                                        </a></div>
     28                                </div>
     29
     30                                <div class="Block">
     31                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Asbestos.html">
     32                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/gas-mask.png" alt="Gas mask icon" title="Go to Asbestos Topic Page"/><br/>
     33                                                Asbestos<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     34                                        </a></div>
     35                                </div>
     36
     37                                <div class="Block">
     38                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Asthma.html">
     39                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/stethoscope.png" alt="Stethoscope icon" title="Go to Asthma/Respiratory Topic Page"/><br/>
     40                                                Asthma<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     41                                        </a></div>
     42                                </div>
     43
     44                                <div class="Block">
     45                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/BirthDefects.html">
     46                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/fetus.png" alt="Fetus icon" title="Go to Births Defects Topic Page"/><br/>
     47                                                Birth Defects<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     48                                        </a></div>
     49                                </div>
     50<!--
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     52                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     53                <ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="2"><SHOW/>
     54                        <TITLE>Risk and Resiliency Factors Topic Pages</TITLE>
     55                        <CONTENT>
     56-->
     57                                <div class="Block">
     58                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/ChildhoodBloodLead.html">
     59                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/test-tubes.png" alt="test tube icon" title="Go to Blood Lead System Topic Page"/><br/>
     60                                                Blood Lead<br/><br/><br/>
     61                                        </a></div>
     62                                </div>
     63
     64                                <div class="Block">
     65                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Cadmium.html">
     66                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/cadmium.png" alt="battery icon" title="Go to Cadmium Topic Page"/><br/>
     67                                                Cadmium<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     68                                        </a></div>
     69                                </div>
     70
     71                                <div class="Block">
     72                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Cancer.html">
     73                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/ribbon copy.png" alt="Ribbon icon" title="Go to Cancer Disease Topic Page"/><br/>
     74                                                Cancer<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     75                                        </a></div>
     76                                </div>
     77
     78                                <div class="Block">
     79                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/CarbonMonoxide.html">
     80                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/hazard-sign.png" alt="Hazard sign icon" title="Go to Carbon Monoxide Topic Page"/><br/>
     81                                                Carbon Monoxide<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     82                                        </a></div>
     83                                </div>
     84
     85                                <div class="Block">
     86                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/CChangeHealth.html">
     87                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/ecology.png" alt="Climate icon" title="Go to Climate and Health Topic Page"/><br/>
     88                                                Climate and Health<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     89                                        </a></div>
     90                                </div>
     91
     92                                <div class="Block">
     93                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/CommunityDesign.html">
     94                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/modern-city.png" alt="City icon" title="Go to Community Design Topic Page"/><br/>
     95                                                Community Design<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     96                                        </a></div>
     97                                </div>
     98
     99                                <div class="Block">
     100                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/COPD.html">
     101                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/medicine.png" alt="medicine bottle icon" title="Go to COPD Topic Page"/><br/>
     102                                                Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) <br/><br/><br/><br/>
     103                                        </a></div>
     104                                </div>
     105<!--
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     108                <ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="2"><SHOW/>
     109                        <TITLE>Health Care Services and Systems Topic Pages</TITLE>
     110                        <CONTENT>
     111-->
     112                                <div class="Block">
     113                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/DrinkingWater.html">
     114                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/water-drop.png" alt="Water icon" title="Go to Drinking Water Topic Page"/><br/>
     115                                                Drinking Water<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     116                                        </a></div>
     117                                </div>
     118
     119                                <div class="Block">
     120                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/FoodborneIllness.html">
     121                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/food.png" alt="burger icon" title="Go to Foodborne Illness Topic Page"/><br/>
     122                                                Foodborne Illness<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     123                                        </a></div>
     124                                </div>
     125
     126                                <div class="Block">
     127                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/HazardousSubstance.html">
     128                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/biohazard.png" alt="Biohazard icon" title="Go to Hazardous Substance Topic Page"/><br/>
     129                                                Hazardous Substance<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     130                                        </a></div>
     131                                </div>
     132
     133                                <div class="Block">
     134                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/HeartAttack.html">
     135                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/heart-beats.png" alt="Heart icon" title="Go to Heart Attack Topic Page"/><br/>
     136                                                Heart Attack <br/><br/><br/><br/>
     137                                        </a></div>
     138                                </div>
     139
     140                                <div class="Block">
     141                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Mercury.html">
     142                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/mercury.png" alt="thermometer icon" title="Go to Mercury Topic Page"/><br/>
     143                                                Mercury<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     144                                        </a></div>
     145                                </div>
     146
     147                                <div class="Block">
     148                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/MeteorologicalIndicators.html">
     149                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/burning-tree.png" alt="Flood icon" title="Go to Meterological IndicatorsTopic Page"/><br/>
     150                                                Meterological Indicators<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     151                                        </a></div>
     152                                </div>
     153
     154                                <div class="Block">
     155                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Mold.html">
     156                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/parmecia.png" alt="mold icon" title="Go to Mold Topic Page"/><br/>
     157                                                Mold<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     158                                        </a></div>
     159                                </div>
     160
     161                                <div class="Block">
     162                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/HealthStatus.html">
     163                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/health-normal.png" alt="Health icon" title="Go to Overall Health Status page"/>
     164                                                Overall Health Status <br/><br/><br/><br/>
     165                                        </a></div>
     166                                </div>
     167<!--
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    32170               
    33 <ul class="Front9 Health">
     171                <ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="2"><SHOW/>
     172                        <TITLE>Health Outcomes Topic Pages</TITLE>
     173                        <CONTENT>
     174-->
     175                                <div class="Block">
     176                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Radon.html">
     177                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/radioactive.png" alt="Radioactive icon" title="Go to Radon Page"/>
     178                                                Radon<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     179                                        </a></div>
     180                                </div>
    34181
    35                         <li>
    36                                 <a class="MoreInfo" ibis:href="topic/Health.html"><h4>Health</h4></a>
    37                                 Find data and information on health topics: asthma, birth defects, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), heart attacks, and reproductive health.
    38                                 <br/>
    39                         </li>
    40                        
    41                        
    42 </ul>                   
    43 </div> 
     182                                <div class="Block">
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