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CHARTS Community Spotlight DOH-Miami-Dade Wins Award for Improving Safety in Liberty City

Over 50% of children report not feeling safe at school. Children’s programs are one of the many strategies of “Building a Healthy and Resilient Liberty City” that aim to reduce crime and help trauma victims in their recovery.

As early as 1979, U.S. Surgeon Generals have reported that the consequences of violent behavior must be addressed as a matter of public health policy. The consequences of violent crime reach far beyond the victim and perpetrator; violence spreads over a population and causes symptoms of mental, emotional, and physical harm. Violent actions from one individual ripple through the community, quickly making a personal decision a widespread public health problem.

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CHARTS Quick Facts

  • The influenza and pneumonia age-adjusted death rate was 9.8 per 100,000 population in 2014.
  • In 2013, 66.2% of Floridians age 65 and older had ever received a pneumonia vaccine and 54.6% of Floridians had received a flu vaccine in the past year.
  • Florida’s breast cancer age-adjusted death rate was 20.1 per 100,000 population in 2014.
  • In 2014, deaths from breast cancer ranked fourth among deaths from cancer.
  • In 2014, Florida’s overall age-adjusted mortality rate for breast cancer was 20.1 per 100,000 population.
  • In 2014, the breast cancer age-adjusted death rates per 100,000 by race were Black women at 25.0, White women at 19.3 and Hispanic women at 17.1.
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Did You Know?

  • Provisional counts are available for the current calendar year in the CHARTS query systems.
  • Each CHARTS query system has a data dictionary that describes available information, click the book icon .
  • Use the Excel icon to export CHARTS reports to Excel.
  • A resident birth is a birth by a mother who is a Florida resident, even if she gave birth in different state.
  • A recorded birth is a birth that took place in Florida, even if the mother was not a Florida resident.
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