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2012 Child Health Report Card County Data Cards

Date Covered: 
2012

North Carolina's future prosperity is shaped by children's health status, as well as where they live, learn, and grow, according to a new report by Action for Children North Carolina and the North Carolina Institute of Medicine. 

Many chronic, costly, health challenges North Carolina will face in the future have their roots in the early years of life. These include conditions such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and mental health problems.  Reducing the incidence and prevalence of these conditions, or lessening their effects, could have large payoffs for the state's future health costs in addition to improving health.

Click below to view child health and safety data for your county.

Alamance Cumberland Johnston Randolph
Alexander Currituck Jones Richmond
Alleghany Dare Lee Robeson
Anson Davidson Lenoir Rockingham
Ashe Davie Lincoln Rowan
Avery Duplin McDowell Rutherford
Beaufort Durham Macon Sampson
Bertie Edgecombe Madison Scotland
Bladen Forsyth Martin Stanly
Brunswick Franklin Mecklenburg Stokes
Buncombe Gaston Mitchell Surry
Burke Gates Montgomery Swain
Cabarrus Graham Moore Transylvania
Caldwell Granville Nash Tyrrell
Camden Greene New Hanover Union
Carteret Guilford Northampton Vance
Caswell Halifax Onslow Wake
Catawba Harnett Orange Warren
Chatham Haywood Pamlico Washington
Cherokee Henderson Pasquotank Watauga
Chowan Hertford Pender Wayne
Clay Hoke Perquimans Wilkes
Cleveland Hyde Person Wilson
Columbus Iredell Pitt Yadkin
Craven Jackson Polk Yancey
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