Changeset 18919 in main


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Timestamp:
08/13/19 13:58:29 (10 days ago)
Author:
Katherine Benson
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Updated How Its Tracked section in Health Topics, to include hyperlinks.

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  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Arthritis.xml

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    7070                                Surveillance is essential for assessing the burden of arthritis, describing how arthritis affects various sub populations, monitoring trends over time, and decision making for targeting interventions, allocating resources, and shaping state health policy.
    7171                                <br/><br/>
    72                                 The CDC tracks arthritis prevalance using the National Health Interview Survey and the state-based Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). The BRFSS also provides more information about arthritis-related disability in Hawaii. Starting in 2011, the BRFSS began offering data using the arthritis case definition question every year.  In odd numbered years "Burden Questions" appear in the BRFSS core and the Arthritis Management Questions appear in an optional module.
     72                                The CDC tracks arthritis prevalence using the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhis/index.htm">National Health Interview Survey</a> and the state-based <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a>. The BRFSS also provides more information about arthritis-related disability in Hawaii. Starting in 2011, the BRFSS began offering data using the arthritis case definition question every year.  In odd numbered years "Burden Questions" appear in the BRFSS core and the Arthritis Management Questions appear in an optional module.
    7373                        </CONTENT>
    7474                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Asthma.xml

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    3333                        <CONTENT>
    3434                                <h4>Asthma</h4>
    35                                 The CDC National Asthma Control Program reports that 1 in 13 persons (or over 25 million Americans) have asthma. In 2016, there were 1.77 million emergency department visits and 3,564 deaths due to asthma across the U.S.  A 2018 CDC study estimates that asthma costs the US economy more than $80 billion annually in medical expenses, days missed from work and school, and deaths.
     35                                The CDC National Asthma Control Program reports that 1 in 13 persons (or over 25 million Americans) have asthma. In 2016, there were 1.77 million emergency department visits and 3,564 deaths due to asthma across the United States.  A 2018 CDC study estimates that asthma costs the US economy more than $80 billion annually in medical expenses, days missed from work and school, and deaths.
    3636                                <br/><br/>
    3737                                <h4>COPD</h4>
     
    130130                        <CONTENT>
    131131                                <h4>Asthma</h4>
    132                                 Asthma surveillance data includes collection of asthma data at both the national and the state level. National data is available on asthma prevalence, activity limitation, days of work or school lost, rescue and control medication use, asthma self-management education, physician visits, emergency department visits, hospitalizations due to asthma, and deaths due to asthma from National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) surveys and the Vital Statistics System. Asthma surveillance data at the state level include adult and child asthma prevalence from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) and in-depth state and local asthma data through implementation of the BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey (ACBS). Asthma prevalence has been included in the Hawaii Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) since 2013.
    133                                 <br/><br/>
    134                                 <h4>COPD</h4>
    135                                 COPD mortality data is available through the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). Nationally, COPD is included in the National Health Interview Survey, and COPD prevalence is assessed in the Hawaii BRFSS every year.
     132                                Asthma surveillance data includes collection of asthma data at both the national and the state level. National data is available on asthma prevalence, activity limitation, days of work or school lost, rescue and control medication use, asthma self-management education, physician visits, emergency department visits, hospitalizations due to asthma, and deaths due to asthma from National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) surveys and the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/deaths.htm">Vital Statistics System</a>. Asthma surveillance data at the state level include adult and child asthma prevalence from the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/index.html">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a> and in-depth state and local asthma data through implementation of the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/acbs/index.htm"> BRFSS Asthma Call-back Survey (ACBS)</a>. Asthma prevalence has been included in the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/data/yrbs/index.htm">Hawaii Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)</a> since 2013.
     133                                <br/><br/>
     134                                <h4>COPD</h4>
     135                                COPD <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/deaths.htm">mortality data</a> is available through the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). Nationally, COPD is included in the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhis/index.htm">National Health Interview Survey</a>, and COPD prevalence is assessed in the <a href="http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/selection/brfss/_BRFSSSelection.html">Hawaii BRFSS</a> every year.
    136136                        </CONTENT>
    137137                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    175175                                                <TITLE>Asthma - adult asthma status</TITLE>
    176176                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_DXAsthmaStatus_DXAsthmaStatusCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    177                                         </SELECTION>
    178                                         <SELECTION>
    179                                                 <TITLE>Asthma - still have asthma</TITLE>
    180                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/DXAsthmaNow/DXAsthmaNowCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    181177                                        </SELECTION>
    182178                                        <SELECTION>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/CVD.xml

    r18891 r18919  
    4242                        <TITLE>What Is Known</TITLE>
    4343                        <CONTENT>
    44                                 Roughly 33,000 Hawaii adults (2.6%) have been diagnosed with coronary heart disease. Men are more likely to be diagnosed than women (3.5% vs 1.8%), and coronary heart disease prevalence increased significantly by age, from 0.6% among 25-34 year olds, to 9.5% among those 75 years and older. Other Pacific Islanders (5.1%) were significantly more likely to have been diagnosed with coronary heart disease than Chinese (1.6%), Japanese (2.1%) or Caucasian (2.5%) adults.
     44                                Roughly 33,000 Hawaii adults (2.6%) have been diagnosed with coronary heart disease. Men are more likely to be diagnosed than women (3.5% vs 1.8%), and coronary heart disease prevalence increases significantly by age, from 0.6% among 25-34 year olds, to 9.5% among those 75 years and older. Other Pacific Islanders (5.1%) are significantly more likely to have been diagnosed with coronary heart disease than Chinese (1.6%), Japanese (2.1%) or Caucasian (2.5%) adults.
    4545                                <br/><br/>
    46                                 Similarly, 34,800 Hawaii adults (2.8%) report having a doctor-diagnosed heart attack. Men were twice as likely as women to experience a heart attack (3.8% vs 1.9%) and Hawaii County residents (4.1%) were significantly more likely to have had a heart attack than residents of Kauai (2.3%) or Honolulu (2.4%). Heart attack prevalence ranged by age from 0.6% among those 25-34 years old to 8.9% among those 75 years or older. By race/ethnicity, 6.1% of Other Pacific Islanders and 4.8% of Native Hawaiians had experienced a heart attack compared to 1.7% of Japanese and 1.9% of Filipinos.
     46                                Similarly, 34,800 Hawaii adults (2.8%) report having a doctor-diagnosed heart attack. Men are twice as likely as women to experience a heart attack (3.8% vs 1.9%) and Hawaii County residents (4.1%) are significantly more likely to have had a heart attack than residents of Kauai (2.3%) or Honolulu (2.4%). Heart attack prevalence ranges by age from 0.6% among those 25-34 years old to 8.9% among those 75 years or older. By race/ethnicity, 6.1% of Other Pacific Islanders and 4.8% of Native Hawaiians have experienced a heart attack compared to 1.7% of Japanese and 1.9% of Filipinos.
    4747                                <br/><br/>
    48                                 About 31,800 Hawaii adults (2.6%) report having a doctor-diagnosed stroke. Men and women were equally likely to have experienced a stroke, but Hawaii County residents (3.0%) had significantly higher stroke prevalence than Maui County residents (1.4%). Stroke prevalence ranged from 1.1% among those 35-44 years to 9.3% among those 75 years or older. Other Pacific Islanders (5.3%) and Native Hawaiians (4.0%) had the highest stroke prevalence by race/ethnicity.
     48                                About 31,800 Hawaii adults (2.6%) report having a doctor-diagnosed stroke. Men and women are equally likely to have experienced a stroke, but Hawaii County residents (3.0%) have significantly higher stroke prevalence than Maui County residents (1.4%). Stroke prevalence ranges from 1.1% among those 35-44 years to 9.3% among those 75 years or older. Other Pacific Islanders (5.3%) and Native Hawaiians (4.0%) have the highest stroke prevalence by race/ethnicity.
    4949                                <br/><br/>
    5050                                Note: Statistics based on 2015-2017 BRFSS age-adjusted data for state, county, sex and race-ethnicity and crude data for age.
     
    5858                                <ul class="Indent">
    5959                                        <li>Age: About 80% of people who die of coronary heart disease are 65 or older.</li>
    60                                         <li>Sex: While heart disease was the number one killer of both men and women, men have a greater risk of heart attack earlier in life.</li>
     60                                        <li>Sex: While heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women, men have a greater risk of heart attack earlier in life.</li>
    6161                                        <li>Heredity: Children of parents with heart disease are more likely to develop it themselves.</li>
    6262                                </ul>
     
    105105                        Cardiovascular disease data come from several sources:
    106106                                <ul class="Indent">
    107                                         <li>Screening and Prevalence: The <a href="http://www.cdc.gov/brfss/">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System</a> (BRFSS) monitors preventive screening for a variety of cardiovascular disease risk and protective factors including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, cigarette smoking and exercise. The BRFSS also tracks the prevalence of coronary artery disease, heart attack and stroke. </li>
    108                                         <li>Morbidity: Hospital discharge data monitors inpatient and emergency room visits for cardiovascular disease and related conditions.</li>
    109                                         <li>Mortality: Death certificates are a fundamental source of demographic, geographic, and cause-of-death information. They make it possible to track every death in the nation due to cardiovascular disease. Deaths are reported as being due to cardiovascular disease when cardiovascular disease was the underlying cause of death.</li>
     107                                        <li>Screening and Prevalence: The <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/index.html">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System</a> (BRFSS) monitors preventive screening for a variety of cardiovascular disease risk and protective factors including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, cigarette smoking and exercise. The BRFSS also tracks the prevalence of coronary artery disease, heart attack and stroke. </li>
     108                                        <li>Morbidity: <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhds/index.htm?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fnchs%2Fnhds.htm">Hospital discharge data</a> monitors inpatient and emergency room visits for cardiovascular disease and related conditions.</li>
     109                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/deaths.htm">Mortality</a>: Death certificates are a fundamental source of demographic, geographic, and cause-of-death information. They make it possible to track every death in the nation due to cardiovascular disease. Deaths are reported as being due to cardiovascular disease when cardiovascular disease was the underlying cause of death.</li>
    110110                                </ul>
    111111                        </CONTENT>
     
    220220                                                <TITLE>Cholesterol - last checked</TITLE>
    221221                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_CholChkLast_CholChkLastCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    222                                         </SELECTION>
    223                                         <SELECTION>
    224                                                 <TITLE>Daily frequency of total fruit consumption</TITLE>
    225                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_FruitTotalDay_FruitTotalDayCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    226                                         </SELECTION>
    227                                         <SELECTION>
    228                                                 <TITLE>Daily frequency of total vegetable consumption</TITLE>
    229                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_VegTotalDaily_VegTotalDailyCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    230                                         </SELECTION>
    231                                         <SELECTION>
    232                                                 <TITLE>Daily frequency of total fruit and vegetable consumption</TITLE>
    233                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_FrtVegTotalDay_FrtVegTotalDayCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    234                                         </SELECTION>
    235                                         <SELECTION>
    236                                                 <TITLE>Daily frequency of soda consumption</TITLE>
    237                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_SodaDaily_SodaDailyCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    238                                         </SELECTION>
    239                                         <SELECTION>
    240                                                 <TITLE>Daily frequency of soda consumption (categorized)</TITLE>
    241                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_SodaDailyCat_SodaDailyCatCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    242                                         </SELECTION>
    243                                         <SELECTION>
    244                                                 <TITLE>Leisure time physical activity</TITLE>
    245                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/PhysInact/PhysInactCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    246                                         </SELECTION>
    247                                         <SELECTION>
    248                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - met aerobic and strengthening recommendations</TITLE>
    249                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/RecPhysicalAct/RecPhysicalActCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    250                                         </SELECTION>
    251                                         <SELECTION>
    252                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - muscle strengthening (met recs)</TITLE>
    253                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/PhysActStrength/PhysActStrengthCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    254                                         </SELECTION>
    255                                         <SELECTION>
    256                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - 150+ aerobic minutes per week</TITLE>
    257                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/PhysAct150/PhysAct150Crude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    258                                         </SELECTION>
    259                                         <SELECTION>
    260                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - 300+ aerobic minutes per week</TITLE>
    261                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/PhysAct300/PhysAct300Crude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    262                                         </SELECTION>
    263                                         <SELECTION>
    264                                                 <TITLE>Body Mass Index (BMI), 4 levels</TITLE>
    265                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_BMI4Cat_BMI4CatCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    266                                         </SELECTION>
    267                                         <SELECTION>
    268                                                 <TITLE>Body Mass Index (BMI), choose any one category</TITLE>
    269                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/BMIAnyCat/BMIAnyCatCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    270                                         </SELECTION>
    271                                         <SELECTION>
    272                                                 <TITLE>Body Mass Index (BMI) - expanded status (6 levels)</TITLE>
    273                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_BMI6Cat_BMI6CatCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    274                                         </SELECTION>
    275                                         <SELECTION>
    276                                                 <TITLE>Body Mass Index (BMI) - overweight or obese</TITLE>
    277                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/BMIOverWtOb/BMIOverWtObCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    278222                                        </SELECTION>
    279223                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
     
    289233                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/prams/HBPBefPreg/HBPBefPreg_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    290234                                        </SELECTION>
    291                                         <SELECTION>
    292                                                 <TITLE>Body Mass Index (BMI) status before pregnancy, State-level</TITLE>
    293                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/prams/prams_BMIStatusBefPregCat_BMIStatusBefPregCat_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    294                                         </SELECTION>
    295                                         <SELECTION>
    296                                                 <TITLE>Body Mass Index (BMI) status before pregnancy, County-level</TITLE>
    297                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/prams/prams_BMIStatusBefPregCat_BMIStatusBefPregCat_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    298                                         </SELECTION>
    299235                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
    300236                                <br/>
     237<!-- 20190702 Katherine commenting out for time being
    301238                                <h3>Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)</h3>
    302239                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
     
    502439                                        </SELECTION>
    503440                                        <SELECTION>
    504                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     441                                                <TITLE>Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    505442                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgt/OvrWgt_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    506443                                        </SELECTION>
    507444                                        <SELECTION>
    508                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
     445                                                <TITLE>Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    509446                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgt/OvrWgt_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    510447                                        </SELECTION>
    511448                                        <SELECTION>
    512                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     449                                                <TITLE>Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    513450                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgt/OvrWgt_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    514451                                        </SELECTION>
    515452                                        <SELECTION>
    516                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight or obese (>=85%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     453                                                <TITLE>Overweight or obese (>=85%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    517454                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtObese/OvrWgtObese_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    518455                                        </SELECTION>
    519456                                        <SELECTION>
    520                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight or obese (>=85%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
     457                                                <TITLE>Overweight or obese (>=85%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    521458                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtObese/OvrWgtObese_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    522459                                        </SELECTION>
    523460                                        <SELECTION>
    524                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight or obese (>=85%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     461                                                <TITLE>Overweight or obese (>=85%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    525462                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtObese/OvrWgtObese_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    526463                                        </SELECTION>
    527464                                        <SELECTION>
    528                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight - student self described, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     465                                                <TITLE>Overweight - student self described, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    529466                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtStu/OvrWgtStu_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    530467                                        </SELECTION>
    531468                                        <SELECTION>
    532                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight - student self described, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
     469                                                <TITLE>Overweight - student self described, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    533470                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtStu/OvrWgtStu_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    534471                                        </SELECTION>
    535472                                        <SELECTION>
    536                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight - student self described, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     473                                                <TITLE>Overweight - student self described, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    537474                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtStu/OvrWgtStu_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    538475                                        </SELECTION>
    539476                                        <SELECTION>
    540                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight - student self described, Middle Schools, County-level</TITLE>
     477                                                <TITLE>Overweight - student self described, Middle Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    541478                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtStu/OvrWgtStu_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    542479                                        </SELECTION>
    543480                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
    544                                
     481-->                             
    545482                        </CONTENT>
    546483                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Cancer.xml

    r18891 r18919  
    7575                                Cancer data come from several sources:
    7676                                <ul class="Indent">
    77                                         <li>Screening: The <a href="http://www.cdc.gov/brfss/">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System</a> (BRFSS) monitors the use of cancer screening to promote early detection including: mammography to detect breast cancer, Pap tests for cervical cancer and fecal occult blood testing (FOBT), sigmoidoscopy and colonoscopy for colon cancer.</li>
     77                                        <li>Screening: The <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/index.html">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a> monitors the use of cancer screening to promote early detection including: mammography to detect breast cancer, Pap tests for cervical cancer and fecal occult blood testing (FOBT), sigmoidoscopy and colonoscopy for colon cancer.</li>
    7878                                        <li>Incidence, stage at diagnosis, and survivorship: State cancer registries, including the <a href="https://www.uhcancercenter.org/research/shared-resources/hawaii-tumor-registry">Hawaii Tumor Registry</a>, collect detailed information about cancer patients and the treatments they receive, which makes the monitoring of trends in incidence and mortality as well as the evaluation of prevention and control measures possible.</li>
    79                                         <li>Mortality: Death certificates are a fundamental source of demographic, geographic, and cause-of-death information. They make it possible to track every death in the nation due to cancer. Deaths are reported as being due to cancer when the cancer was the underlying cause of death.</li>
     79                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/deaths.htm">Mortality</a>: Death certificates are a fundamental source of demographic, geographic, and cause-of-death information. They make it possible to track every death in the nation due to cancer. Deaths are reported as being due to cancer when the cancer was the underlying cause of death.</li>
    8080                                </ul>
    8181                        </CONTENT>
     
    198198                                        </SELECTION>
    199199                                        <SELECTION>
    200                                                 <TITLE>Diagnosed with with any type of cancer</TITLE>
     200                                                <TITLE>Diagnosed with any type of cancer</TITLE>
    201201                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/DXCancerAny/DXCancerAnyCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    202                                         </SELECTION>
    203                                         <SELECTION>
    204                                                 <TITLE>Number of different types of cancer diagnoses</TITLE>
    205                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_Cncrdiff_CncrdiffCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    206202                                        </SELECTION>
    207203                                        <SELECTION>
     
    234230                                        </SELECTION>
    235231                                        <SELECTION>
    236                                                 <TITLE>Has PSA test within the past 2 years, ages 40+</TITLE>
     232                                                <TITLE>Had PSA test within the past 2 years, ages 40+</TITLE>
    237233                                                <LOCAL_URL>/query/result/brfss/PSATest2Yr40/PSATest2Yr40Crude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    238234                                        </SELECTION>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Diabetes.xml

    r18891 r18919  
    5454                                        <li><span class="Bold">Type 1 diabetes</span> accounts for about 5% of all cases and is thought to be an auto-immune reaction where the body attacks itself by mistake and stops producing any insulin. Risk factors include a family history (parent or sibling) of type 1 diabetes; and young age (it is more likely to develop in children, teens and young adults).</li>
    5555                                        <li><span class="Bold">Type 2 diabetes</span> is where the body does not produce enough insulin or the body becomes resistant to the insulin it produces and accounts for 90-95% of all cases. Risk factors include: overweight, age of 45 years or more, family history (parent or sibling) of type 2 diabetes, physical inactivity, and ever had gestational diabetes or gave birth to a baby weighing more than 9 pounds.</li>
    56                                         <li><span class="Bold">Gestational diabetes</span> is diabetes that develops during pregnancy. It usually goes away after the baby is born but increases the risk for type 2 diabetes later in life. Risk factors include: previous diagnosis of gestational diabetes, previous birth to a baby weighing over 9 pounds, overweight, age of 25 years or more, family history of type 2 diabetes, have polycystic ovary syndrome, and race (African American, Hispanic/Latino American, American Indian/Alaska Native, or Pacific Islander).</li>
     56                                        <li><span class="Bold">Gestational diabetes</span> is diabetes that develops during pregnancy. It usually goes away after the baby is born but increases the risk for type 2 diabetes later in life. Risk factors include: previous diagnosis of gestational diabetes, previous birth to a baby weighing over 9 pounds, overweight, age of 25 years or more, family history of type 2 diabetes, having polycystic ovary syndrome, and race (African American, Hispanic/Latino American, American Indian/Alaska Native, or Pacific Islander).</li>
    5757                                </ul>
    5858                        </CONTENT>
     
    8080                                Diabetes data comes from a variety of sources.
    8181                                <ul class="Indent">
    82                                         <li>Screening and Prevalence: The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) monitors diabetes prevalence annually. The BRFSS also includes an optional prediabetes module that assesses screening and prevalence and a diabetes module that includes questions about diabetes self-care, management and complications. BRFSS can also be used to assess risk factors for diabetes, co-morbidities and health behaviors among people with diabetes.</li>
    83                                         <li>Morbidity: Hospital discharge data provides emergency room and inpatient visits for diabetic emergencies or where diabetes is an underlying cause.</li>
    84                                         <li>Mortality: Death certificates are a fundamental source of demographic, geographic, and cause-of-death information. They make it possible to track every death in the nation due to diabetes. Deaths are reported as being due to diabetes where diabetes was an underlying cause of death.</li>
     82                                        <li>Screening and Prevalence: The <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/index.html">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a> monitors diabetes prevalence annually. The BRFSS also includes an optional prediabetes module that assesses screening and prevalence and a diabetes module that includes questions about diabetes self-care, management and complications. BRFSS can also be used to assess risk factors for diabetes, co-morbidities and health behaviors among people with diabetes.</li>
     83                                        <li>Morbidity: <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhds/index.htm?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fnchs%2Fnhds.htm">Hospital discharge data</a> provides emergency room and inpatient visits for diabetic emergencies or where diabetes is an underlying cause.</li>
     84                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/deaths.htm">Mortality</a>: Death certificates are a fundamental source of demographic, geographic, and cause-of-death information. They make it possible to track every death in the nation due to diabetes. Deaths are reported as being due to diabetes where diabetes was an underlying cause of death.</li>
    8585                                </ul>
    8686                        </CONTENT>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Immunization.xml

    r18891 r18919  
    125125                                <br/>
    126126                                <ul class="Indent">
    127                                         <li>National Immunization Survey (NIS), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Immunizations and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD) and National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Adolescent and Teen Health-for infants, teens, pregnant women and health care workers. </li>
    128                                         <li>Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services.</li>                   
     127                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/imz-managers/nis/index.html">National Immunization Survey (NIS)</a>, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Immunizations and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD) and National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Adolescent and Teen Health-for infants, teens, pregnant women and health care workers. </li>
     128                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/index.html">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a>, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services.</li>                 
    129129                                </ul><br/>
    130130                                For more information on tracking immunization objectives, please visit the Immunization and Infectious Diseases topic at <a href="https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topics-objectives/topic/immunization-and-infectious-diseases"> https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topics-objectives/topic/immunization-and-infectious-diseases</a>.
     
    220220                                                <TITLE>Cholesterol - ever had blood cholesterol checked</TITLE>
    221221                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/CholChk/CholChkCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    222                                         </SELECTION>
    223                                         <SELECTION>
    224                                                 <TITLE>Cholesterol - ever had blood cholesterol checked</TITLE>
    225                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/CholChk/CholChkAA11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    226222                                        </SELECTION>
    227223                                        <SELECTION>
     
    318314                                        </SELECTION>
    319315                                        <SELECTION>
     316                                                <TITLE>Hawaii Department of Health Immunization Branch</TITLE>
     317                                                <URL>https://health.hawaii.gov/docd/about-us/immunization-branch/</URL>
     318                                        </SELECTION>
     319                                        <SELECTION>
    320320                                                <TITLE>CDC Vaccines and Immunizations</TITLE>
    321321                                                <URL>https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/index.html</URL>
    322322                                        </SELECTION>
    323323                                        <SELECTION>
    324                                                 <TITLE>Hawaii Department of Health Immunization Branch</TITLE>
    325                                                 <URL>https://health.hawaii.gov/docd/about-us/immunization-branch/</URL>
    326                                         </SELECTION>
    327                                         <SELECTION>
    328324                                                <TITLE>Child Vax View, an interactive website to view national, regional, state, and selected local area vaccination coverage estimates for children 19-35 months using interactive maps, trend lines, bar charts, and data tables</TITLE>
    329325                                                <URL>https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/imz-managers/coverage/childvaxview/index.html</URL>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Injury.xml

    r18891 r18919  
    3535                                </ul>
    3636                                <br/>
    37                                 In Hawaii, injuries are the leading cause of death among children and adults aged 1-40 years-responsible for more deaths than all other causes combined. They are the third leading cause of death among residents of all ages. Mortality statistics do not convey the full extent of the problem, however, because fatal injuries represent less than 1% of all injuries requiring medical attention. In an average week in Hawaii, 13 residents die from an injury, another 109 are hospitalized and nearly 1,600 others are treated in emergency departments. Medical treatment for injuries generate nearly $390 million in hospital charges each year in Hawaii.
     37                                In Hawaii, injuries are the leading cause of death among children and adults aged 1-40 years - responsible for more deaths than all other causes combined. They are the third leading cause of death among residents of all ages. Mortality statistics do not convey the full extent of the problem, however, because fatal injuries represent less than 1% of all injuries requiring medical attention. In an average week in Hawaii, 13 residents die from an injury, another 109 are hospitalized and nearly 1,600 others are treated in emergency departments. Medical treatment for injuries generate nearly $390 million in hospital charges each year in Hawaii.
    3838                        </CONTENT>
    3939                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    7676                        <TITLE>How To Reduce Risk</TITLE>
    7777                        <CONTENT>
    78                                 The risk of injury can be reduced in a large number of ways. For unintentional injuries, prevention methods may include changes to the environment; improvements in technology and product safety; legislation and enforcement of safety laws; education and behavior change and technology and engineering. For intentional injuries, prevention efforts may include changes in social norms surrounding violence, policy changes that address the social and economic conditions that are associated with violence, or improvements in skills such as conflict resolution and coping.
     78                                The risk of injury can be reduced in a large number of ways.
     79                                <br/><br/>                             
     80                                For unintentional injuries, prevention methods may include changes to the environment; improvements in technology and product safety; legislation and enforcement of safety laws; education and behavior change and technology and engineering.
     81                                <br/><br/>
     82                                For intentional injuries, prevention efforts may include changes in social norms surrounding violence, policy changes that address the social and economic conditions that are associated with violence, or improvements in skills such as conflict resolution and coping.
    7983                        </CONTENT>
    8084                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    8589                                Injuries are tracked using a range of datasets, in addition to mortality statistics. Some examples include:
    8690                                <ul class="Indent">
    87                                         <li>National Vital Statistics System (<a href="http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss.htm">NVSS</a>)</li>
    88                                         <li>National Hospital Discharge Survey (<a href="http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhds.htm">NHDS</a>)</li>
    89                                         <li>Fatality Analysis Reporting System (<a href="http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/Main/index.aspx">FARS</a>)</li>
    90                                         <li>National Crime Victimization Survey (<a href="http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=dcdetail&amp;iid=245">NCVS</a>)</li>
    91                                         <li>Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (<a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/index.html">BRFSS</a>)</li>
    92                                         <li>Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (<a href="http://www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/yrbs/index.htm">YRBSS</a>)</li>
    93                                         <li>National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (<a href="http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Research--Statistics/NEISS-Injury-Data/">NEISS</a>)</li>
    94                                         <li>National Violent Death Reporting System (<a href="http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/nvdrs/">NVDRS</a>)</li>
     91                                        <li><a href="http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss.htm">National Vital Statistics System (NVSS)</a></li>
     92                                        <li><a href="http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhds.htm">National Hospital Discharge Survey (NHDS)</a></li>
     93                                        <li><a href="http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/Main/index.aspx">Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS)</a></li>
     94                                        <li><a href="http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=dcdetail&amp;iid=245">National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS)</a></li>
     95                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/index.html">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a></li>
     96                                        <li><a href="http://www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/yrbs/index.htm">Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)</a></li>
     97                                        <li><a href="http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Research--Statistics/NEISS-Injury-Data/">National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS)</a></li>
     98                                        <li><a href="http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/nvdrs/">National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS)</a></li>
    9599                                </ul>
    96100                                <br/>
     
    226230                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
    227231                                <br/>
    228                                 <h3>Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)</h3>
     232                                <h3>Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) - Unsafe Driving</h3>
    229233                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
    230234                                        <SELECTION>
     
    237241                                        </SELECTION>
    238242                                        <SELECTION>
    239                                                 <TITLE>Seat belt never or rarely worn in car, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    240                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/NoSeatBelt/NoSeatBelt_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    241                                         </SELECTION>
    242                                         <SELECTION>
    243                                                 <TITLE>Seat belt never or rarely worn in car, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    244                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/NoSeatBelt/NoSeatBelt_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    245                                         </SELECTION>
    246                                         <SELECTION>
    247243                                                <TITLE>Helmet never/rarely worn - popular activities, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    248244                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HelmetOther/HelmetOther_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    268264                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HelmetBike/HelmetBike_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    269265                                        </SELECTION>
    270                                         <SELECTION>
    271                                                 <TITLE>Alcohol - passenger with drinking driver, past 30 days, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    272                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/RodeDUI/RodeDUI_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    273                                         </SELECTION>
    274                                         <SELECTION>
    275                                                 <TITLE>Alcohol - passenger with drinking driver, past 30 days, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    276                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/RodeDUI/RodeDUI_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    277                                         </SELECTION>
    278                                         <SELECTION>
    279                                                 <TITLE>Alcohol - drove after drinking, past 30 days, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    280                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/DroveDUI/DroveDUI_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    281                                         </SELECTION>
     266                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
     267                                <br/>
     268                                <h3>Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) - Physical Fighting and Weapons Carrying</h3>
     269                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
    282270                                        <SELECTION>
    283271                                                <TITLE>Physical fight, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     
    301289                                        </SELECTION>
    302290                                        <SELECTION>
    303                                                 <TITLE>Fought at school, past 12 months, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    304                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SchoolFight/SchoolFight_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    305                                         </SELECTION>
    306                                         <SELECTION>
    307291                                                <TITLE>Fought at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    308292                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SchoolFight/SchoolFight_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    345329                                        </SELECTION>
    346330                                        <SELECTION>
    347                                                 <TITLE>Weapon - carried any, past 30 days, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    348                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/WepIn30D/WepIn30D_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    349                                         </SELECTION>
    350                                         <SELECTION>
    351331                                                <TITLE>Weapon - carried on school property, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    352332                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/WepnToSchool12M/WepnToSchool12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    357337                                        </SELECTION>
    358338                                        <SELECTION>
    359                                                 <TITLE>Weapon - carried on school property, past 30 days, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    360                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/WepnToSchool/WepnToSchool_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    361                                         </SELECTION>
    362                                         <SELECTION>
    363                                                 <TITLE>Weapon - carried on school property, past 30 days, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    364                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/WepnToSchool/WepnToSchool_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    365                                         </SELECTION>
    366                                         <SELECTION>
    367                                                 <TITLE>Weapon - carried on school property, past 30 days, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    368                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/WepnToSchool/WepnToSchool_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    369                                         </SELECTION>
    370                                         <SELECTION>
    371339                                                <TITLE>Weapon - threatened/injured with at school, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    372340                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/WepnThreat/WepnThreat_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    373341                                        </SELECTION>
    374342                                        <SELECTION>
    375                                                 <TITLE>Weapon - threatened/injured with at school, past 12 months, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    376                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/WepnThreat/WepnThreat_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    377                                         </SELECTION>
    378                                         <SELECTION>
    379343                                                <TITLE>Weapon - threatened/injured with at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    380344                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/WepnThreat/WepnThreat_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    384348                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/WepnThreat/WepnThreat_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    385349                                        </SELECTION>
     350                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
     351                                <br/>
     352                                <h3>Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) - Bullying</h3>
     353                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
    386354                                        <SELECTION>
    387355                                                <TITLE>Bullied on school property, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     
    417385                                        </SELECTION>
    418386                                        <SELECTION>
    419                                                 <TITLE>Harassed on Internet or email, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    420                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarrassInt12M/HarrassInt12M_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    421                                         </SELECTION>
    422                                         <SELECTION>
    423                                                 <TITLE>Harassed on Internet or email, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    424                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarrassInt12M/HarrassInt12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    425                                         </SELECTION>
    426                                         <SELECTION>
    427387                                                <TITLE>Bullied on school property or electronically, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    428388                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/BullyElecSchool/BullyElecSchool_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    433393                                        </SELECTION>
    434394                                        <SELECTION>
    435                                                 <TITLE>Harassed physically at school, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    436                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassPhys12M/HarassPhys12M_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    437                                         </SELECTION>
    438                                         <SELECTION>
    439                                                 <TITLE>Harassed physically at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    440                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassPhys12M/HarassPhys12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    441                                         </SELECTION>
    442                                         <SELECTION>
    443                                                 <TITLE>Harassed verbally at school, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    444                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassVerb12M/HarassVerb12M_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    445                                         </SELECTION>
    446                                         <SELECTION>
    447                                                 <TITLE>Harassed verbally at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    448                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassVerb12M/HarassVerb12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    449                                         </SELECTION>
    450                                         <SELECTION>
    451                                                 <TITLE>Harassed - called gay, lesbian or bisexual at school, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    452                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassLGB/HarassLGB_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    453                                         </SELECTION>
    454                                         <SELECTION>
    455                                                 <TITLE>Harassed - called gay, lesbian or bisexual at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    456                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassLGB/HarassLGB_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    457                                         </SELECTION>
    458                                         <SELECTION>
    459                                                 <TITLE>Property stolen/damaged at school, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    460                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SchoolPropStolen/SchoolPropStolen_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    461                                         </SELECTION>
    462                                         <SELECTION>
    463                                                 <TITLE>Property stolen/damaged at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    464                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SchoolPropStolen/SchoolPropStolen_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    465                                         </SELECTION>
    466                                         <SELECTION>
    467                                                 <TITLE>Harassment and bullying is a problem at school, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    468                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassBully/HarassBully_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    469                                         </SELECTION>
    470                                         <SELECTION>
    471395                                                <TITLE>Harassment and bullying is a problem at school, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    472396                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassBully/HarassBully_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    508432                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SchoolUnsafeMS/SchoolUnsafeMS_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    509433                                        </SELECTION>
     434                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
     435                                <br/>
     436                                <h3>Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) - Self-Harm</h3>
     437                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
    510438                                        <SELECTION>
    511439                                                <TITLE>Depression, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     
    525453                                        </SELECTION>
    526454                                        <SELECTION>
    527                                                 <TITLE>Depression in past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    528                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/DeprsStopAct/DeprsStopAct_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    529                                         </SELECTION>
    530                                         <SELECTION>
    531455                                                <TITLE>Mental health - hurt self, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    532456                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SelfHurtEver/SelfHurtEver_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    561485                                        </SELECTION>
    562486                                        <SELECTION>
    563                                                 <TITLE>Suicide - thoughts, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    564                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/Suicide12M/Suicide12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    565                                         </SELECTION>
    566                                         <SELECTION>
    567487                                                <TITLE>Suicide - plan, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    568488                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicidePlanEver/SuicidePlanEver_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    581501                                        </SELECTION>
    582502                                        <SELECTION>
    583                                                 <TITLE>Suicide - plan, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    584                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicidePlan12M/SuicidePlan12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    585                                         </SELECTION>
    586                                         <SELECTION>
    587503                                                <TITLE>Suicide - attempted, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    588504                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicideTriedEver/SuicideTriedEver_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    601517                                        </SELECTION>
    602518                                        <SELECTION>
    603                                                 <TITLE>Suicide - attempted, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    604                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicideTried12M/SuicideTried12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    605                                         </SELECTION>
    606                                         <SELECTION>
    607519                                                <TITLE>Suicide - attempt result in injury/tx, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    608520                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicideInjTreat12M/SuicideInjTreat12M_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    612524                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicideInjTreat12M/SuicideInjTreat12M_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    613525                                        </SELECTION>
    614                                         <SELECTION>
    615                                                 <TITLE>Suicide - attempt result in injury/tx, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    616                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicideInjTreat12M/SuicideInjTreat12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    617                                         </SELECTION>
     526                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
     527                                <br/>
     528                                <h3>Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) - Dating Violence</h3>
     529                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
    618530                                        <SELECTION>
    619531                                                <TITLE>Physically abused by their date, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     
    633545                                        </SELECTION>
    634546                                        <SELECTION>
    635                                                 <TITLE>Physically abused by BF/GF, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    636                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/AbusedByBFGF/AbusedByBFGF_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    637                                         </SELECTION>
    638                                         <SELECTION>
    639                                                 <TITLE>Physically abused by BF/GF, past 12 months, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    640                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/AbusedByBFGF/AbusedByBFGF_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    641                                         </SELECTION>
    642                                         <SELECTION>
    643                                                 <TITLE>Physically abused by BF/GF, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    644                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/AbusedByBFGF/AbusedByBFGF_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    645                                         </SELECTION>
    646                                         <SELECTION>
    647                                                 <TITLE>Physically abused by BF/GF, past 12 months, Middle Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    648                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/AbusedByBFGF/AbusedByBFGF_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    649                                         </SELECTION>
    650                                         <SELECTION>
    651547                                                <TITLE>Controlled or emotionally hurt, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    652548                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/Controlled/Controlled_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    664560                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/Controlled/Controlled_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    665561                                        </SELECTION>
     562                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
     563                                <br/>
     564                                <h3>Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) - Sexual Violence</h3>
     565                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
    666566                                        <SELECTION>
    667567                                                <TITLE>Forced to do sexual things by their date, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
     
    706606                                        <li><a href="http://health.hawaii.gov/injuryprevention/files/2013/09/Hawaii_Injury_Prevention_Plan_2012_to_2017_4mb.pdf">Hawaii Injury Prevention Plan 2012-2017.</a> Created by the Hawaii State Department of Health, Injury Prevention and Control Section (IPCS), with strong support from the Injury Prevention Advisory Committee (IPAC), and funding from a Public Health Injury Surveillance and Prevention Program capacity building grant and a Core Violence and Injury Prevention Program grant, both from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).</li>
    707607                                        <li><a href="http://histategis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=2ad9abc4cf064a9dabbf46763eddf8b5">EMS-Attended Motor Vehicle Crashes on Oahu by Mode 2007-2018</a></li>
    708                                         <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/opioid-overdoses/">CDC Vital Signs Opioid Overdoses Treated in Emergency Departments,</a> March 2018</li>
    709608                                </ul>
    710609                        </CONTENT>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/MentalHealth.xml

    r18891 r18919  
    3232                                Mental and physical health are equally important components of overall health.  Mental illness, especially depression, increases the risk for many types of physical health problems, particularly long-lasting conditions like stroke, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. Similarly, the presence of chronic conditions can increase the risk for mental illness.
    3333                                <br/><br/>
    34                                 There are more than 200 classified types of mental illness. Mental illnesses are among the most common health conditions in the United States. According the to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
     34                                There are more than 200 classified types of mental illness. Mental illnesses are among the most common health conditions in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
    3535                                <ul class="Indent">
    3636                                        <li>More than 50% of Americans will be diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder at some point in their lifetime.</li>
     
    145145                                        </SELECTION>
    146146                                        <SELECTION>
    147                                                 <TITLE>Health - mental bad past 30 days</TITLE>
     147                                                <TITLE>Health - mental bad in past 30 days</TITLE>
    148148                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_MentHlthDays_MentHlthDaysCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    149149                                        </SELECTION>
     
    221221                                        </SELECTION>
    222222                                        <SELECTION>
    223                                                 <TITLE>Depression in past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    224                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/DeprsStopAct/DeprsStopAct_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    225                                         </SELECTION>
    226                                         <SELECTION>
    227223                                                <TITLE>Mental health - hurt self, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    228224                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SelfHurtEver/SelfHurtEver_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    257253                                        </SELECTION>
    258254                                        <SELECTION>
    259                                                 <TITLE>Suicide - thoughts, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    260                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/Suicide12M/Suicide12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    261                                         </SELECTION>
    262                                         <SELECTION>
    263255                                                <TITLE>Suicide - plan, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    264256                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicidePlanEver/SuicidePlanEver_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    277269                                        </SELECTION>
    278270                                        <SELECTION>
    279                                                 <TITLE>Suicide - plan, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    280                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicidePlan12M/SuicidePlan12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    281                                         </SELECTION>
    282                                         <SELECTION>
    283271                                                <TITLE>Suicide - attempted, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    284272                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicideTriedEver/SuicideTriedEver_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    297285                                        </SELECTION>
    298286                                        <SELECTION>
    299                                                 <TITLE>Suicide - attempted, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    300                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicideTried12M/SuicideTried12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    301                                         </SELECTION>
    302                                         <SELECTION>
    303287                                                <TITLE>Suicide - attempt result in injury/tx, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    304288                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicideInjTreat12M/SuicideInjTreat12M_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    309293                                        </SELECTION>
    310294                                        <SELECTION>
    311                                                 <TITLE>Suicide - attempt result in injury/tx, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    312                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SuicideInjTreat12M/SuicideInjTreat12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    313                                         </SELECTION>
    314                                         <SELECTION>
    315295                                                <TITLE>Bullied on school property, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    316296                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/Bullied/Bullied_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    345325                                        </SELECTION>
    346326                                        <SELECTION>
    347                                                 <TITLE>Harassed on Internet or email, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    348                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarrassInt12M/HarrassInt12M_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    349                                         </SELECTION>
    350                                         <SELECTION>
    351                                                 <TITLE>Harassed on Internet or email, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    352                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarrassInt12M/HarrassInt12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    353                                         </SELECTION>
    354                                         <SELECTION>
    355327                                                <TITLE>Bullied on school property or electronically, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    356328                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/BullyElecSchool/BullyElecSchool_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    359331                                                <TITLE>Bullied on school property or electronically, past 12 months, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    360332                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/BullyElecSchool/BullyElecSchool_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    361                                         </SELECTION>
    362                                         <SELECTION>
    363                                                 <TITLE>Harassed physically at school, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    364                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassPhys12M/HarassPhys12M_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    365                                         </SELECTION>
    366                                         <SELECTION>
    367                                                 <TITLE>Harassed physically at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    368                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassPhys12M/HarassPhys12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    369                                         </SELECTION>
    370                                         <SELECTION>
    371                                                 <TITLE>Harassed verbally at school, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    372                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassVerb12M/HarassVerb12M_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    373                                         </SELECTION>
    374                                         <SELECTION>
    375                                                 <TITLE>Harassed verbally at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    376                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassVerb12M/HarassVerb12M_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    377                                         </SELECTION>
    378                                         <SELECTION>
    379                                                 <TITLE>Harassed - called gay, lesbian or bisexual at school, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    380                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassLGB/HarassLGB_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    381                                         </SELECTION>
    382                                         <SELECTION>
    383                                                 <TITLE>Harassed - called gay, lesbian or bisexual at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    384                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassLGB/HarassLGB_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    385                                         </SELECTION>
    386                                         <SELECTION>
    387                                                 <TITLE>Property stolen/damaged at school, past 12 months, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    388                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SchoolPropStolen/SchoolPropStolen_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    389                                         </SELECTION>
    390                                         <SELECTION>
    391                                                 <TITLE>Property stolen/damaged at school, past 12 months, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    392                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SchoolPropStolen/SchoolPropStolen_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    393                                         </SELECTION>
    394                                         <SELECTION>
    395                                                 <TITLE>Harassment and bullying is a problem at school, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    396                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/HarassBully/HarassBully_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    397333                                        </SELECTION>
    398334                                        <SELECTION>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Nutrition.xml

    r18891 r18919  
    3434                        <TITLE>Why It's Important</TITLE>
    3535                        <CONTENT>
    36                                 Breastfeeding is good for both mothers and babies. Breast milk is the best source of nutrition for most babies. Breastmilk changes to meet the nutritional needs of a baby as it grows. Breastfeeding can also help protect you and your baby against some short- and long-term illnesses and diseases including: asthma, type 2 diabetes, eczema, gastrointestinal infections, ear and respiratory infections, inflammatory bowel disease, obesity and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Low rates of breastfeeding add more than $3 billion a year to medical costs for women and children in the United States.
     36                                Breastfeeding is good for both mothers and babies. Breast milk is the best source of nutrition for most babies. Breastmilk changes to meet the nutritional needs of a baby as it grows. Breastfeeding can also help protect mother and baby against some short- and long-term illnesses and diseases including: asthma, type 2 diabetes, eczema, gastrointestinal infections, ear and respiratory infections, inflammatory bowel disease, obesity and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Low rates of breastfeeding add more than $3 billion a year to medical costs for women and children in the United States.
    3737                                <br/><br/>
    3838                                Poor diet quality is a leading risk factor associated with death and disability in the United States.  Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables as part of an overall healthy diet can help protect against a number of serious and costly chronic diseases, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, some cancers, and obesity. Fruits and vegetables also provide important vitamins and minerals that help the human body work as it should and fight off illness and disease.
     
    4040                                Americans are eating and drinking too much added sugars which can lead to health problems such as weight gain and obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. Added sugars are sugars and syrups that are added to foods or beverages when they are processed or prepared. Naturally occurring sugars such as those in fruit or unflavored milk are not added sugars. To live healthier, longer lives, most need to move more and eat better including getting fewer calories from added sugars.
    4141                                <br/><br/>
    42                                 The leading sources of added sugars in the U.S. diet are sugar-sweetened beverages like sode and fruit drinks, grain-based desserts like cakes and cookies, candy, and dairy desserts like ice cream. Reducing the amount of sugary drinks and sugary foods each day and replacing these with plain water and fruit might be a good way to reduce added sugar intake.
     42                                The leading sources of added sugars in the U.S. diet are sugar-sweetened beverages like soda and fruit drinks, grain-based desserts like cakes and cookies, candy, and dairy desserts like ice cream. Reducing the amount of sugary drinks and sugary foods each day and replacing these with plain water and fruit might be a good way to reduce added sugar intake.
    4343                        </CONTENT>
    4444                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    8787                        <TITLE>How It's Tracked</TITLE>
    8888                        <CONTENT>
    89                                 Breastfeeding is tracked by the National Immunization Survey, which can yield national and state-level estimates, and breastfeeding initiation is tracked through the Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring Survey (PRAMS).
     89                                Breastfeeding is tracked by the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/imz-managers/nis/index.html">National Immunization Survey (NIS)</a>, which can yield national and state-level estimates, and breastfeeding initiation is tracked through the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/prams/index.htm">Pregnancy Risk Assessment  Monitoring System (PRAMS)</a>.
    9090                                <br/><br/>
    9191                                Fruit and vegetable consumption is tracked at the national and state levels primarily through two surveys:
    9292                                <ul class="Indent">
    93                                         <li>Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Adolescent and School Health.</li>
    94                                         <li>Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services.</li>
     93                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/data/yrbs/index.htm">Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)</a>, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Adolescent and School Health.</li>
     94                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/index.html">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a>, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services.</li>
    9595                                </ul><br/>
    96                                 National information is also tracked through the National Health and Nutrition Survey (NHANES), CDC/NCHS.
     96                                National information is also tracked through the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhanes/index.htm">National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES)</a>, CDC/NCHS.
    9797                                <br/><br/>
    9898                                For more information on tracking nutrition health objectives, please visit the Nutrition and Weight Status topic at <a href="https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topics-objectives/topic/nutrition-and-weight-status">https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topics-objectives/topic/nutrition-and-weight-status.</a>
     
    180180                                                <TITLE>Daily frequency of sweetened fruit drink consumption (categorized)</TITLE>
    181181                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_SSFrtJuDailyCat_SSFrtJuDailyCatCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    182                                         </SELECTION>
    183                                         <SELECTION>
    184                                                 <TITLE>Body Mass Index (BMI) - status (4 levels)</TITLE>
    185                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_BMI4Cat_BMI4CatCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    186                                         </SELECTION>
    187                                         <SELECTION>
    188                                                 <TITLE>BMI - Choose any one category</TITLE>
    189                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/BMIAnyCat/BMIAnyCatCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    190                                         </SELECTION>
    191                                         <SELECTION>
    192                                                 <TITLE>BMI - expanded status (6 levels)</TITLE>
    193                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/brfss/brfss_BMI6Cat_BMI6CatCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    194                                         </SELECTION>
    195                                         <SELECTION>
    196                                                 <TITLE>BMI - overweight or obese</TITLE>
    197                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/BMIOverWtOb/BMIOverWtObCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    198                                         </SELECTION>
    199                                         <SELECTION>
    200                                                 <TITLE>Obese/overweight - doctor advised about weight, past 12 months</TITLE>
    201                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/brfss/HCPAdvWeight/HCPAdvWeightCrude11_.html</LOCAL_URL>
    202182                                        </SELECTION>
    203183                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
     
    206186                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
    207187                                        <SELECTION>
    208                                                 <TITLE>Number of times took multivitamins/folic acid prior to pregnancy, State-level</TITLE>
    209                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/prams/prams_VitCat_VitCat_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    210                                         </SELECTION>
    211                                         <SELECTION>
    212                                                 <TITLE>Number of times took multivitamins/folic acid prior to pregnancy, County-level</TITLE>
    213                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/prams/prams_VitCat_VitCat_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    214                                         </SELECTION>
    215                                         <SELECTION>
    216                                                 <TITLE>Gained recommended amount of weight during pregnancy, State-level</TITLE>
    217                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/prams/RecWeightGainDurPreg/RecWeightGainDurPreg_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    218                                         </SELECTION>
    219                                         <SELECTION>
    220                                                 <TITLE>Gained recommended amount of weight during pregnancy, County-level</TITLE>
    221                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/prams/RecWeightGainDurPreg/RecWeightGainDurPreg_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    222                                         </SELECTION>
    223                                         <SELECTION>
    224188                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding initiation, State-level</TITLE>
    225189                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/prams/BFInitiation/BFInitiation_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    230194                                        </SELECTION>
    231195                                        <SELECTION>
    232                                                 <TITLE>Breastfeeding still, State-level</TITLE>
    233                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/prams/BFStill/BFStill_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    234                                         </SELECTION>
    235                                         <SELECTION>
    236                                                 <TITLE>Breastfeeding still, County-level</TITLE>
    237                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/prams/BFStill/BFStill_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
     196                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding (exclusive) duration (grouped), State-level</TITLE>
     197                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/definition/result/prams/prams_BFExclDurationCat_BFExclDurationCat_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     198                                        </SELECTION>
     199                                        <SELECTION>
     200                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding (exclusive) duration (grouped), County-level</TITLE>
     201                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/definition/result/prams/prams_BFExclDurationCat_BFExclDurationCat_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
     202                                        </SELECTION>
     203                                        <SELECTION>
     204                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding (exclusive) duration 8+ weeks, State-level</TITLE>
     205                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/result/prams/BFExclGE8Wks/BFExclGE8Wks_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     206                                        </SELECTION>
     207                                        <SELECTION>
     208                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding (exclusive) duration 8+ weeks, County-level</TITLE>
     209                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/result/prams/BFExclGE8Wks/BFExclGE8Wks_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
     210                                        </SELECTION>
     211                                        <SELECTION>
     212                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding (any) duration (grouped), State-level</TITLE>
     213                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/definition/result/prams/prams_BFAnyDurationCat_BFAnyDurationCat_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     214                                        </SELECTION>
     215                                        <SELECTION>
     216                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding (any) duration (grouped), County-level</TITLE>
     217                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/definition/result/prams/prams_BFAnyDurationCat_BFAnyDurationCat_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
     218                                        </SELECTION>
     219                                        <SELECTION>
     220                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding (any) duration 8+ weeks, State-level</TITLE>
     221                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/result/prams/BFAnyGE8Wks/BFAnyGE8Wks_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     222                                        </SELECTION>
     223                                        <SELECTION>
     224                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding (any) duration 8+ weeks, County-level</TITLE>
     225                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/result/prams/BFAnyGE8Wks/BFAnyGE8Wks_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
     226                                        </SELECTION>
     227                                        <SELECTION>
     228                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding liquid supplement 1st week, State-level</TITLE>
     229                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/result/prams/BFLiqSupp1stWeek/BFLiqSupp1stWeek_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     230                                        </SELECTION>
     231                                        <SELECTION>
     232                                                <TITLE>Breastfeeding liquid supplement 1st week, County-level</TITLE>
     233                                                <LOCAL_URL>http://ibis.hhdw.org/ibisph-view/query/result/prams/BFLiqSupp1stWeek/BFLiqSupp1stWeek_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    238234                                        </SELECTION>
    239235                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
     
    270266                                        </SELECTION>
    271267                                        <SELECTION>
    272                                                 <TITLE>Eat 3 or more vegetables per day, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    273                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/Eat3Veg/Eat3Veg_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    274                                         </SELECTION>
    275                                         <SELECTION>
    276268                                                <TITLE>Eat 2 or more fruits per day, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    277269                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/Eat2Fruit/Eat2Fruit_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    282274                                        </SELECTION>
    283275                                        <SELECTION>
    284                                                 <TITLE>Eat 2 or more fruits per day, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    285                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/Eat2Fruit/Eat2Fruit_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    286                                         </SELECTION>
    287                                         <SELECTION>
    288276                                                <TITLE>Consumption - any soda, past 7 days, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    289277                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/DrkSoda1Plus/DrkSoda1Plus_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    294282                                        </SELECTION>
    295283                                        <SELECTION>
    296                                                 <TITLE>Consumption - any soda, past 7 days, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    297                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/DrkSoda1Plus/DrkSoda1Plus_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    298                                         </SELECTION>
    299                                         <SELECTION>
    300284                                                <TITLE>Consumption - soda each day, in past 7 days, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    301285                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SodaDaily7D/SodaDaily7D_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    306290                                        </SELECTION>
    307291                                        <SELECTION>
    308                                                 <TITLE>Consumption - soda each day, in past 7 days, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    309                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/SodaDaily7D/SodaDaily7D_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    310                                         </SELECTION>
    311                                         <SELECTION>
    312292                                                <TITLE>Consumption - juice, 1+ per day, past 7 days, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    313293                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/DrkJuice1Plus/DrkJuice1Plus_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
     
    345325                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/definition/result/yrbs/yrbs_BrkfstDaysEat4Cat_BrkfstDaysEat4Cat_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    346326                                        </SELECTION>
    347                                         <SELECTION>
    348                                                 <TITLE>Overweight (&gt;=85%ile &amp; &lt;95%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    349                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtRisk/OvrWgtRisk_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    350                                         </SELECTION>
    351                                         <SELECTION>
    352                                                 <TITLE>Overweight (&gt;=85%ile &amp; &lt;95%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    353                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtRisk/OvrWgtRisk_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    354                                         </SELECTION>
    355                                         <SELECTION>
    356                                                 <TITLE>Overweight (&gt;=85%ile &amp; &lt;95%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    357                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtRisk/OvrWgtRisk_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    358                                         </SELECTION>
    359                                         <SELECTION>
    360                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    361                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgt/OvrWgt_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    362                                         </SELECTION>
    363                                         <SELECTION>
    364                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    365                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgt/OvrWgt_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    366                                         </SELECTION>
    367                                         <SELECTION>
    368                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    369                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgt/OvrWgt_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    370                                         </SELECTION>
    371                                         <SELECTION>
    372                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight or obese (>=85%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    373                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtObese/OvrWgtObese_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    374                                         </SELECTION>
    375                                         <SELECTION>
    376                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight or obese (>=85%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    377                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtObese/OvrWgtObese_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    378                                         </SELECTION>
    379                                         <SELECTION>
    380                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight or obese (>=85%ile BMI for age &amp; sex), Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    381                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtObese/OvrWgtObese_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    382                                         </SELECTION>
    383                                         <SELECTION>
    384                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight - student self described, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    385                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtStu/OvrWgtStu_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    386                                         </SELECTION>
    387                                         <SELECTION>
    388                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight - student self described, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    389                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtStu/OvrWgtStu_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    390                                         </SELECTION>
    391                                         <SELECTION>
    392                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight - student self described, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    393                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtStu/OvrWgtStu_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    394                                         </SELECTION>
    395                                         <SELECTION>
    396                                                 <TITLE>Physical activity - Overweight - student self described, Middle Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    397                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtStu/OvrWgtStu_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    398                                         </SELECTION>
    399                                         <SELECTION>
    400                                                 <TITLE>Trying to lose weight, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    401                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtTrying/LsWgtTrying_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    402                                         </SELECTION>
    403                                         <SELECTION>
    404                                                 <TITLE>Trying to lose weight, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    405                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtTrying/LsWgtTrying_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    406                                         </SELECTION>
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    418                                         </SELECTION>
    419                                         <SELECTION>
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    429                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtLsFood30D/LsWgtLsFood30D_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    430                                         </SELECTION>
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    435                                         <SELECTION>
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    438                                         </SELECTION>
    439                                         <SELECTION>
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    442                                         </SELECTION>
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    450                                         </SELECTION>
    451                                         <SELECTION>
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    453                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtDisord/LsWgtDisord_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    454                                         </SELECTION>
    455                                         <SELECTION>
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    457                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtDisord30D/LsWgtDisord30D_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    458                                         </SELECTION>
    459                                         <SELECTION>
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    461                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtDisord30D/LsWgtDisord30D_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    462                                         </SELECTION>
    463                                         <SELECTION>
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    465                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtDisord30D/LsWgtDisord30D_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    466                                         </SELECTION>
    467                                         <SELECTION>
    468                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by fasting, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    469                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtFasting/LsWgtFasting_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    470                                         </SELECTION>
    471                                         <SELECTION>
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    473                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtFasting/LsWgtFasting_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    474                                         </SELECTION>
    475                                         <SELECTION>
    476                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by fasting, past 30 days, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    477                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtFasting30D/LsWgtFasting30D_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    478                                         </SELECTION>
    479                                         <SELECTION>
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    481                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtFasting30D/LsWgtFasting30D_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    482                                         </SELECTION>
    483                                         <SELECTION>
    484                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by fasting, past 30 days, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    485                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtFasting30D/LsWgtFasting30D_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    486                                         </SELECTION>
    487                                         <SELECTION>
    488                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by unprescribed drug use, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    489                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtPills/LsWgtPills_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    490                                         </SELECTION>
    491                                         <SELECTION>
    492                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by unprescribed drug use, ever, Middle Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    493                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtPills/LsWgtPills_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    494                                         </SELECTION>
    495                                         <SELECTION>
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    497                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtPills30D/LsWgtPills30D_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    498                                         </SELECTION>
    499                                         <SELECTION>
    500                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by unprescribed drug use, past 30 days, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    501                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtPills30D/LsWgtPills30D_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    502                                         </SELECTION>
    503                                         <SELECTION>
    504                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by unprescribed drug use, past 30 days, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    505                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtPills30D/LsWgtPills30D_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    506                                         </SELECTION>
    507                                         <SELECTION>
    508                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by vomiting or laxatives, ever, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    509                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtVomLax/LsWgtVomLax_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    510                                         </SELECTION>
    511                                         <SELECTION>
    512                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by vomiting or laxatives, ever, Middle Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    513                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtVomLax/LsWgtVomLax_MS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    514                                         </SELECTION>
    515                                         <SELECTION>
    516                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by vomiting or laxatives, past 30 days, High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    517                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtVomLax30D/LsWgtVomLax30D_HS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
    518                                         </SELECTION>
    519                                         <SELECTION>
    520                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by vomiting or laxatives, past 30 days, High Schools, County-level</TITLE>
    521                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtVomLax30D/LsWgtVomLax30D_HS_CNTY.html</LOCAL_URL>
    522                                         </SELECTION>
    523                                         <SELECTION>
    524                                                 <TITLE>Weight control by vomiting or laxatives, past 30 days, Middle Schools, State-level</TITLE>
    525                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/LsWgtVomLax30D/LsWgtVomLax30D_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
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  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Obesity.xml

    r18891 r18919  
    6060                                <br/>
    6161                                <ul class="Indent">
    62                                         <li>Nationally, Hispanics (47.0%) and non-Hispanic blacks have the highest Age-Adjusted Rate of obesity (46.8%) followed by non-Hispanic whites (37.9%), and non-Hispanic Asians (12.7%). Obesity is higher among middle age adults, 40-59 years old (42.8%) than among younger adults, age 20-39 (35.7%).</li>
    63                                         <li>In Hawaii, while 24.4% of adults have obesity. Prevalence is significantly higher among Other Pacific Islanders (59.8%) and Native Hawaiians (42.8%) and lowest among Chinese (11.8%) and other Asians (18.8%) (BRFSS). While roughly 16% of adults aged 18-24 years and 75 years and older have obesity, 29.3% of those 45-54 years and 28.5% of those 35-44 years have obesity.</li>
     62                                        <li>Nationally, Hispanics (47.0%) and non-Hispanic blacks(46.8%) have the highest age-adjusted rate of obesity followed by non-Hispanic whites (37.9%) and non-Hispanic Asians (12.7%). Obesity is higher among middle age adults, 40-59 years old (42.8%) than among younger adults, age 20-39 (35.7%).</li>
     63                                        <li>In Hawaii, while 24.4% of adults have obesity, prevalence is significantly higher among Other Pacific Islanders (59.8%) and Native Hawaiians (42.8%) and lowest among Chinese (11.8%) and other Asians (18.8%) (BRFSS). While roughly 16% of adults aged 18-24 years and 75 years and older have obesity, 29.3% of those 45-54 years and 28.5% of those 35-44 years have obesity.</li>
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    6565                        </CONTENT>
     
    116116                                <br/>
    117117                                <ul class="Indent">
    118                                         <li>Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Adolescent and School Health.</li>
    119                                         <li>Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services.</li>
     118                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/data/yrbs/index.htm">Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)</a>, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Adolescent and School Health.</li>
     119                                        <li><a href="https://www.cdc.gov/brfss/index.html">Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a>, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services.</li>
    120120                                </ul>
    121121                                <br/>
    122                                 National information based on clinical measurements is also tracked through the National Health And Nutrition Survey (NHANES) and the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), CDC/NCHS.
     122                                National information based on clinical measurements is also tracked through the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhanes/index.htm">National Health And Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES)</a> and the <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhis/index.htm">National Health Interview Survey (NHIS)</a>, CDC/NCHS.
    123123                                <br/><br/>
    124124                                For more information on tracking nutrition health objectives, please visit the Nutrition and Weight Status topic at <a href="https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topics-objectives/topic/nutrition-and-weight-status">https://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topics-objectives/topic/nutrition-and-weight-status.</a>
     
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    248                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgtRisk/OvrWgtRisk_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
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     247                                                <TITLE>Obese (>=95%ile BMI for age and sex), High Schools, State-level</TITLE>
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    260                                                 <LOCAL_URL>query/result/yrbs/OvrWgt/OvrWgt_MS_ST.html</LOCAL_URL>
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