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Presentation with data and graphs to describe the impact of heart disease and stroke on people in North Carolina.
Serves as North Carolina’s health improvement plan to address and improve our state’s most pressing health priorities.
Specific data about heart and blood vessel disease in North Carolina. This was updated January 2019.
Specific data about hypertension in North Carolina.
Map aggregates key health data, including heart disease, for North Carolina’s one hundred counties.
This redesigned page includes a statistics and reports tab, and an interactive health data tab includes charts. Click here to view leading causes of death by year statistics.
Specific data about stroke in North Carolina.
Facts about health disparities and how to create equal opportunities for health.
Division of Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention provides maps, statistics, evaluation tools and publications on a variety of cardiovascular health topics.
Online access to a variety of public health information data sources which can be searched by topic or by database.
One of several national guidelines available on hypertension. This update was published in February 2014.
National objectives, data and resources to improve cardiovascular health through prevention, identification of signs/symptoms, treatment, and prevention of repeat strokes and heart attacks.
Interactive Heart Disease and Stroke Map showing death rates for 2013-2015 for ages 35 and up, created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention.
Evaluates clinical research to present recommendation statements, evidence reports and clinical summaries.