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    Data and Reports

    Maryland Data​​​​

    Data on chronic diseases and associated risk factors provide valuable information for strategic planning, evidence-based decision-making, and targeted interventions to reduce the rates of chronic disease and address health disparities in Maryland. In addition to the reports below, Maryland BRFSS data can be accessed from the interactive site: https://ibis.health.maryland.gov/​​ .

    Chronic Disease in Maryland Report, 2019

    Chronic Disease in Maryland Report, 2018

    Chronic Disease in Maryland Report, 2017

    Chronic Disease in Maryland Report, 2016 ​

    Chronic Disease in Maryland: Facts and Figures, 2011 

    Burden of Heart Disease and Stroke in Maryland, 2009

    Burden of Obesity in Maryland, 2010

    Burden of Diabetes in Maryland, 2008

    Predia​betes in Maryland, 2014

    Maryland Nutrition and Physical Activity Plan 2006-2016,Executive Summary

    Legislative Report of the Committee on Childhood Obesity, 2009

    Maryland Food Policy Workgroup Report, 2010 

    ​Healthy People 2030 

    Explore Healthy People 2030 data and updates. Healthy People is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

    ​Heart Disease and Stroke Data from the CDC​ 

    Find state and national data on heart disease and stroke; data, charts, and maps are available.  Data is provided by the CDC's Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention.