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Counties of Arizona

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Arizona is one of the worst states that we have analyzed to this point (1-2011).  The data shows a large disparity.  The results indicate that people of color are at a disadvantage--either because of race or poverty.  As you go through the data, you can see how the mortality rates change over time, indicating that the rates increase over time.  Even amongst Causations.  If only one person is infected with a disease, the entire population is at risk as indicated by the data.  If you have any questions concerning this data or would like more information please contact us at either jhoyt@heart-intl.net or info@wingsforlife-intl.org

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Summary of Arizona Mortality Rates Arizona-1999-2006

Arizona African American Female

Arizona African American Males

Arizona Hispanic (2135-2) Female

Arizona Hispanic (2135-2) Male

Arizona Hispanic (2186-2) Female

Arizona Hispanic (2186-2) Male

Arizona Native American Female

Arizona Native American Male

Arizona White Female

Arizona White Male

 
Counties of Arizona

Apache

Apache-Complete 1999-2007

Females

Males

Hispanic 2186-2 Female

Hispanic 2186-2 Male

Native American Females

Native American Males

White Female

White Males

 

Coconino

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

Hispanic 2186-Female

Hispanic 2186-2 Male

Native American Female

Native American Male

White Female

White Male

 

Coshise

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

 

Gila

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

 

Graham

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

 

Greenlee

Not enough data to complete

 

La Pas

Complete 1999-2007

 

Maricopa

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

African American Female

African American Male

Hispanic 2135-2 Female

Hispanic 2135-2 Male

Hispanic 2186-2 Female

Hispanic 2186-2 Male

Native American Female

Native American Male

White Female

White Male

 

Mohave

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

White Female

White Male

 

Navajo

Complete 1999-2007

Navajo-Female

Male

Hispanic 2186-2 Female

Hispanic 2186-2 Male

Native American Female

Native American Male

White Female

White Male

 

Pima

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

Hispanic 2135-2 Female

Hispanic 2135-2 Male

Hispanic 2186-2 Female

Hispanic 2186-2 Male

Native American Female

Native American Male

White Female

White Male

 

Pinal

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

Hispanic 2135-2 Female

Hispanic 2135-2 Male

Hispanic 2186-2 Female

Hispanic 2186-2 Male

White Female

White Male

 

Santa Cruz

Complete 1999-2007

 

Yavapai

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

Hispanic 2186-2 Female

Hispanic 2186-2 Male

White Female

White Male

 

Yuma

Complete 1999-2007

Female

Male

Hispanic 2135-2 Female

Hispanic 2135-2 Male

White Female

White Male

 
 

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