This dataset includes model-generated estimates of the percentage of Massachusetts adults who report exposure to secondhand smoke at home, work or other places. Percentages are given for Massachusetts communities, counties, and the state overall. Values were estimated using information from multiple data sets including BRFSS data (2012 – 2014) and census data.
This data set contains tobacco retail density for adults, youth, and the combined total population of Massachusetts in 2015. Tobacco retail density is the number of tobacco retailers per 1,000 individuals.
This dataset shows drinking water exceedances for lead by Community Water System and year of exceedance. An exceedance is a measured concentration higher than 15 ug/L in drinking water.
Modeled outdoor air quality measures provide estimates of air pollution concentrations for fine air particles (PM2.5) and ozone. These measures are available for each year for each community within Massachusetts.
The WIC Nutrition Program keeps pregnant and breastfeeding women and kids under 5 healthy.
MAVDRS is a comprehensive dataset for violent deaths.
The Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) dataset contains maternal and child health survey data from a sample of mothers from Massachusetts with a recent live birth. Mothers were surveyed 2-6 months after giving birth on their maternal attitudes and experiences before, during, and shortly after pregnancy.
Here is information about fatal work injuries in Massachusetts. You can learn about where and how workers have died on the job.
The BRFSS is an annual telephone survey that collects data on emerging public health issues, health conditions, risk factors and behaviors.
This dataset includes percentages of Massachusetts adults with some chronic diseases or risk behavior. Percentages are given for specific counties, towns, and statewide. Town values are model-generated estimates using information from multiple datasets including Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) data (2012 – 2014) and census data.