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09/23/20 11:55:35 (4 weeks ago)
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Katherine Benson
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Updated content for new health topics.

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

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    5555                        <TITLE>Why It's Important</TITLE>
    5656                        <CONTENT>
    57                                 Excessive alcohol use is responsible for about 88,000 deaths a year in the United States, including
    58                                 1 in 10 total deaths among working-age adults aged 20 to 64 years. In 2010, excessive alcohol use
    59                                 cost the US economy $249 billion, or $2.05 a drink. Costs due to excessive drinking largely resulted
    60                                 from losses in workplace productivity (72% of the total cost), health care expenses (11%), and other
    61                                 costs due to a combination of criminal justice expenses, motor vehicle crash costs, and property
    62                                 damage. About 40% of these costs were paid by federal, state, and local governments. The estimated
    63                                 cost of excessive alcohol use in Hawaii was $937.4 million per year or about $1.58 per drink or $689
    64                                 per capita.
     57                                Excessive alcohol use is responsible for about 95,000 deaths a year in the United States or 261 deaths
     58                                per day. These deaths shorten the lives of those who die by an average of almost 29 years, for a total
     59                                of 2.8 million years of potential life lost. In 2010, excessive alcohol use cost the US economy $249
     60                                billion, or $2.05 a drink. Costs due to excessive drinking largely resulted from losses in workplace
     61                                productivity (72% of the total cost), health care expenses (11%), and other costs due to a combination
     62                                of criminal justice expenses, motor vehicle crash costs, and property damage. About 40% of these costs
     63                                were paid by federal, state, and local governments. The estimated cost of excessive alcohol use in
     64                                Hawaii was $937.4 million per year or about $1.58 per drink or $689 per capita.
    6565                                <br/><br/>
    6666                                Binge drinking is responsible for over half the deaths and three-quarters of the costs due to excessive
     
    7474                                Alcohol is the most commonly used and abused drug among youth in the United States.
    7575                                <ul class="Indent">
    76                                         <li>Excessive drinking is responsible for more than 4,300 deaths among underage youth each year,
     76                                        <li>Excessive drinking is responsible for more than 3,500 deaths among underage youth each year,
    7777                                        and cost the U.S. $24 billion in economic costs in 2010.</li>
    7878                                        <li>Although the purchase of alcohol by persons under the age of 21 is illegal, people aged 12
    79                                         to 20 years drink 11% of all alcohol consumed in the United States.4 More than 90% of this alcohol
     79                                        to 20 years drink 11% of all alcohol consumed in the United States. More than 90% of this alcohol
    8080                                        is consumed in the form of binge drinks.</li>
    8181                                        <li>On average, underage drinkers consume more drinks per drinking occasion than adult drinkers.</li>
    8282                                </ul><br/>
    83                                 CDC estimates that 37 million US adults-or 1 in 6-binge drink about once a week, consuming an average
     83                                CDC estimates that 37 million US adults - or 1 in 6 - binge drink about once a week, consuming an average
    8484                                of 7 drinks per binge. As a result, US adults consume about 17 billion binge drinks annually, or about
    85                                 470 binge drinks per binge drinker. Further, 9 in 10 adults who binge drink do not have an
    86                                 <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/alcohol/faqs.htm#alcoholismAbuse">alcohol use disorder</a>.
     85                                470 binge drinks per binge drinker. Further, 9 in 10 adults who binge drink do not have an alcohol use disorder.
    8786                        </CONTENT>
    8887                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Births.xml

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    2525                                health behaviors, and health systems indicators that affect the health, wellness, and quality of
    2626                                life of women, children, and families.
    27                                 <br/><br/>
    2827                        </CONTENT>
    2928                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    5049                                of health conditions among infants can prevent death or disability and enable children to reach
    5150                                their full potential.
    52                                 <br/><br/>
    5351                        </CONTENT>
    5452                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    7876                                Also, children reared in safe and nurturing families and neighborhoods, free from maltreatment
    7977                                and other adverse childhood experiences, are more likely to have better outcomes as adults.
    80                                 <br/><br/>
    8178                        </CONTENT>
    8279                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    143140                                is an area where health disparities are large and may only continue to increase as childbearing
    144141                                practices change over time.
    145                                 <br/><br/>
    146142                        </CONTENT>
    147143                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    172168                                        depression. Practices such as breastfeeding, sleep positioning, and use of child safety seats
    173169                                        are just some of the important ways parents can safeguard their baby's health.</li>
    174                                 </ul><br/>
     170                                </ul>
    175171                        </CONTENT>
    176172                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    182178                                <br/>
    183179                                <ul class="Indent">
    184                                         <li>The National Survey of Children's Health</li>
     180                                        <li>National Survey of Children's Health (NSCH)</li>
    185181                                        <li>Behavioral Risk Factor and Surveillance System (BRFSS)</li>
    186182                                        <li>Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System (PRAMS)</li>
    187183                                        <li>Birth certificates</li>
    188184                                        <li>Death certificates</li>
    189                                 </ul><br/>
     185                                </ul>
    190186                        </CONTENT>
    191187                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    324320                                                <SELECTION>
    325321                                                        <TITLE>Counts - Number of Births</TITLE>
    326                                                         <LOCAL_URL>query/result/birth/BirthCntyBirth/BirthCount.html</LOCAL_URL>
     322                                                        <LOCAL_URL>query/builder/birth/BirthCntyBirth/BirthCount.html</LOCAL_URL>
     323                                                </SELECTION>
     324                                        </ibis:SelectionsList>
     325                                </CONTENT>
     326                        </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     327                        <ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="3">
     328                                <TITLE>Vital Statistics (death data)</TITLE>
     329                                <CONTENT>
     330                                        <h3>Deaths</h3>
     331                                        <ibis:SelectionsList>
     332                                                <SELECTION>
     333                                                        <TITLE>Counts - Number of Deaths</TITLE>
     334                                                        <LOCAL_URL>query/builder/mort/MortCnty/Count.html</LOCAL_URL>
    327335                                                </SELECTION>
    328336                                        </ibis:SelectionsList>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Index.xml

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    107107
    108108                                <div class="Block">
     109                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/DrugAbuse.html">
     110                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/Pills.png" alt="Pills icon" title="Go to Drug Abuse Topic Page"/>
     111                                                Drug Abuse<br/><br/><br/><br/>
     112                                        </a></div>
     113                                </div>
     114
     115                                <div class="Block">
    109116                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Insurance.html">
    110117                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/HealthcareAccessCost.png" alt="Health Care Access Cost icon" title="Go to Health Insurance/Access to Care Topic Page"/><br/>
     
    170177
    171178                                <div class="Block">
    172                                         <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/SubstanceUse.html">
    173                                                 <img ibis:src="image/topic/Pills.png" alt="Pills icon" title="Go to Substance Use Topic Page"/>
    174                                                 Substance Use<br/><br/><br/>
    175                                         </a></div>
    176                                 </div>
    177 
    178                                 <div class="Block">
    179179                                        <div class="Index Wide"><a ibis:href="topic/Tobacco.html">
    180180                                                <img ibis:src="image/topic/NoSmoking.png" alt="NoSmoking icon" title="Go to Tobacco Topic Page"/>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Insurance.xml

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    6464                                the U.S. spent $3.5 trillion on health care, an average of $10,739 per person. Many experts believe that
    6565                                new technologies and the spread of existing ones account for a large portion of medical spending and its
    66                                 growth. The U.S. spends substantially more on health care than other developed countries.1 Though the rapid
     66                                growth. The U.S. spends substantially more on health care than other developed countries. Though the rapid
    6767                                growth in spending for prescription drugs has received considerable attention recently, as of 2017, it
    6868                                accounted for 10% of total costs. The largest shares of total health spending in 2017 were paid for by the
     
    149149                                In Hawaii, we track health insurance coverage using the
    150150                                <a ibis:href="query/selection/brfss/_BRFSSSelection.html">Hawaii Behavioral Risk Factor
    151                                 Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a> survey.
     151                                Surveillance System (BRFSS)</a> survey and the <a ibis:href="query/selection/prams/_PRAMSSelection.html">
     152                                Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System (PRAMS)</a>.
    152153                        </CONTENT>
    153154                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    313314                               
    314315                                        <SELECTION>
    315                                                 <TITLE>Trends in Access to health care from Health, United States</TITLE>
    316                                                 <URL>https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/hus/contents2017.htm?search=Access_to_health_care</URL>
    317                                         </SELECTION>
    318                                         <SELECTION>
    319                                                 <TITLE>Tables of Summary Health Statistics from the National Health Interview Survey</TITLE>
     316                                                <TITLE>Health, United States - trends in access to health care</TITLE>
     317                                                <URL>https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/hus/index.htm</URL>
     318                                        </SELECTION>
     319                                        <SELECTION>
     320                                                <TITLE>National Health Interview Survey - tables of summary health statistics</TITLE>
    320321                                                <URL>https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhis/shs/tables.htm</URL>
    321322                                        </SELECTION>
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/PhysicalActivity.xml

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    3131                                        (or equivalent mix of both) per week PLUS muscle-strengthening activities that work all
    3232                                        major muscle groups on two or more days per week.</li>
    33                                         <li>Children and adolescents (6-17 year of age) need at least 60 minutes of physical activity
     33                                        <li>Children and adolescents (6-17 years of age) need at least 60 minutes of physical activity
    3434                                        per day including muscle strengthening activities at least 3 days per week.</li>
    3535                                </ul>
     
    7070                        <TITLE>What Is Known</TITLE>
    7171                        <CONTENT>
    72                                 In Hawaii in 2017, only 24.8% of adults met the recommendations aerobic and muscle-strengthening
     72                                In Hawaii in 2017, only 24.8% of adults met the recommendations for aerobic and muscle-strengthening
    7373                                physical activity and 23.5% of adults reported no leisure time physical activity. Men (29.5%)
    7474                                were more likely to meet physical activity recommendations than women (19.8%). Native Alaskan and
  • adopters/hi/branches/2.3/src/main/webapps/ibisph-view-content/xml/topic/html_content/Tobacco.xml

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    3636                                each person who dies from tobacco use, another 33 will suffer from a tobacco-related illness.
    3737                                Tobacco use has been linked to diseases in nearly every organ. The national economic cost in
    38                                 medical expenses and lost productivity is over $289 billion annually.<span class="SmallerFont"><sup><a href="#ref2">1</a></sup></span>
    39                                 <br/><br/>
    40                                 <hr/>
    41                                 <div class="SmallerFont">
    42                                         <a name="ref2"></a>1. The Health Consequences of Smoking-50 Years of Progress: A Report of the
    43                                         Surgeon General. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and
    44                                         Prevention, 2014, downloaded on 8/6/2014 from
    45                                         <a href="http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/sgr/50th-anniversary/index.htm">
    46                                         http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/sgr/50th-anniversary/index.htm</a>.
    47                                         <br/>
    48                                 </div>
     38                                medical expenses and lost productivity is over $289 billion annually.
    4939                        </CONTENT>
    5040                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    5343                        <TITLE>What Is Known</TITLE>
    5444                        <CONTENT>
    55                                 After decades of study, much is known about tobacco use in the United States: In 2018, 13.7% of
    56                                 adults (34.2 million people) were current cigarette smokers: 15.6% of men and 12.0% of
    57                                 women.<span class="SmallerFont"><sup><a href="#ref2">2</a></sup></span>
     45                                After decades of study, much is known about tobacco use in the United States: In 2017, 14.0% of
     46                                adults (34.3 million people) were current cigarette smokers: 15.8% of men and 12.2% of
     47                                women.
    5848                                <br/>
    5949                                <ul class="Indent">
    6050                                        <li>Tobacco product use is started and established primarily during
    61                                         adolescence.<span class="SmallerFont"><sup><a href="#ref4">3</a></sup></span></li>
     51                                        adolescence.</li>
    6252                                        <ul>
    6353                                                <li>Each day, about 2,000 people younger than 18 years smoke their first cigarette.</li>
    6454                                                <li>Each day, over 300 people younger than 18 years become daily cigarette smokers.</li>
    6555                                        </ul>
    66                                         <li>In 2019, about 4 of every 100 middle school students (3.9%) and only 5 of every 100
    67                                         high school students (5.3%) in Hawaii public schools reported current cigarette smoking.
    68                                         This compares with 30.6% of high school students currently using e-cigarettes
    69                                         (YRBS).</li>
    70                                         <li>In 2019, nearly one-quarter (10.5%) of middle school and 17.8% of high school students
    71                                         in Hawaii public schools said they had ever smoked a cigarette. E-cigarette experimentation
    72                                         was at [30.6% for middle school students and] 48.3% for Hawaii's high school students (YRBS).</li>
     56                                        <li>In 2017, about 5 of every 100 middle school students (5.0%) and only 8 of every 100
     57                                        high school students (8.1%) in Hawaii public schools reported current cigarette smoking.
     58                                        This compares with 15.7% of middle school and 25.5% of high school students currently using
     59                                        e-cigarettes (YRBS).</li>
     60                                        <li>In 2017, 12.3% of middle school and 22.1% of high school students in Hawaii public
     61                                        schools said they had ever tried smoking a cigarette (experimentation). By contrast,
     62                                        experimentation with e-cigarettes was 26.7% for middle school students and 42.3% for
     63                                        Hawaii's high school students (YRBS).</li>
    7364                                        <li>Quitting tobacco use greatly decreases a person's risk for many negative health outcomes,
    7465                                        some within a very short time after stopping.</li>
     
    8071                                        reduce the prevalence of tobacco use.</li>
    8172                                </ul>
    82                                 <br/>
    83                                 <hr/>
    84                                 <div class="SmallerFont">
    85                                         <a name="ref3"></a>2. Creamer MR, Wang TW, Babb S, et al. Tobacco Product Use and Cessation
    86                                         Indicators Among Adults - United States, 2018. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 2019,
    87                                         68(45);1013-1019. Accessed 09/04/2020
    88                                         <br/>
    89                                         <a name="ref4"></a>3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Youth and Tobacco Use.
    90                                         Accessed 2/22/2019 at
    91                                         <a href="https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/youth_data/tobacco_use/index.htm">
    92                                         https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/youth_data/tobacco_use/index.htm</a>.
    93                                         <br/>
    94                                 </div>
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    10886                                socially determined circumstances and characteristics like age, education, income,
    10987                                occupation, geographic location, race, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender
    110                                 identity, mental health status, substance abuse and military status.<span class="SmallerFont"><sup><a href="#6">4</a></sup></span>
     88                                identity, mental health status, substance abuse and military status.
    11189                                <br/><br/>
    11290                                In Hawai'i, tobacco use is most prevalent among individuals who:
     
    12199                                cigarettes in 2014.  E-cigarette use is strongly associated with the use of other tobacco
    122100                                products (particularly combustible forms). It has become an epidemic among youth and young
    123                                 adults.<span class="SmallerFont"><sup><a href="#6">5</a></sup></span>
    124                                 <br/><br/>
    125                                 <hr/>
    126                                 <div class="SmallerFont">
    127                                         <a name="ref6"></a>4. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
    128                                         <span  style="font-style: italic;">Best Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs-2014.</span>
    129                                         Atlanta, GA:US Dept of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
    130                                         National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Office on Smoking and Health: 2014.
    131                                         <br/>
    132                                 </div>
    133                                 <div class="SmallerFont">
    134                                         <a name="ref6"></a>5. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
    135                                         <span  style="font-style: italic;">E-Cigarette Use Among Youth and Young Adults: A Report of the
    136                                         Surgeon General.</span>
    137                                         Atlanta, GA:US Dept of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
    138                                         National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Office on Smoking and Health: 2016.
    139                                         <br/>
    140                                 </div>
     101                                adults.
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    146107                        <CONTENT>
    147108                                The most effective way to reduce the risk of tobacco-related illness and death is to avoid using
    148                                 tobacco products. However, exposure to secondhand smoke still increases the risk of disease. Policies
    149                                 that prohibit smoking indoors, in public locations, and in vehicles with children can help reduce
    150                                 the risk to everyone.
     109                                tobacco products. If you currently use tobacco products, you should quit. The health benefits of
     110                                quitting start almost immediately and increase over time. If you do not smoke, exposure to secondhand
     111                                smoke still increases the risk of disease. Policies that prohibit smoking indoors, in public
     112                                locations, and in vehicles with children can help reduce the risk to everyone.
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     375                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
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     377                                                <TITLE>Youth Tobacco Survey (YTS) Query Module</TITLE>
     378                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/selection/yts/_YTSSelection.html</LOCAL_URL>
     379                                        </SELECTION>
     380                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
     381                                <h3>Vital Statistics Death Record Data</h3>
     382                                <ibis:SelectionsList>
     383                                        <SELECTION>
     384                                                <TITLE>Vital Statistics Death Record Data Query Module</TITLE>
     385                                                <LOCAL_URL>query/selection/mort/MortSelection.html</LOCAL_URL>
     386                                        </SELECTION>
     387                                </ibis:SelectionsList>
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