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Released Monday, this large statistical report presents data on the nation's health in 460 pages, including birth and death rates, infant mortality, life expectancy, health personnel and facilities, financing of health care, health insurance and managed care, and much more. This is the 25th annual report of its kind (see the July 28, 2000 Scout Report for a review of 2000's report), and this year is the first to give statistics on health status relative to level of urbanization, finding that suburban Americans "fare significantly better in many key health measures than those who live in the most rural and most urban areas." The report is available in its entirety or by section in .pdf format, and trendtables are available in Lotus or Excel formats.
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