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Oregon Tracking is one of 26 states and one local health department funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that comprise a larger National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network. The Oregon Tracking Data Explorer provides dynamic maps, graphs and information about a broad range of environmental and health indicators and measures.
Data are organized into 4 broad categories: Environmental Quality, Health Outcomes, People and Community Design. These categories are further divided into topic areas with indicators and measures.
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The air we breathe, water we drink and food we eat plays a vital role in our overall health.
Health outcomes reflect a population’s changing state of physical, mental and social well-being. This category includes acute and chronic conditions, and reproductive outcomes.
People and Community Design
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