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Small Area Data

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Population Data

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  • Basic Counts and RatesJump to Default
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    Counts - Number of Births
    Count of all live births in a given population and time period
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    Crude Birth Rate - Births per 1,000 Population (Males and Females)
    Live Births per 1,000 Population (Males and Females)
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    Age-specific Birth Rate - Births per 1,000 Females
    Live Births per 1,000 Female Population (Limit mother's age for age-specific fertility rate)
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  • Teen Births, Girls Age 15-19Jump to Default
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    Standard Query for Teen Births Age 15-19
    Live Births per 1,000 Girls Age 15-19 in the Population. The age-specific fertility rate is the number of live births in a specific age group of women per 1,000 women in the population in the same age group. The teen birth rate is considered an age-specific fertility rate.
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    3-Year Rolling Averages - Teen Births Age 15-19 (Overlapping 3-Year Groups)
    Live Births per 1,000 Girls Age 15-19 in the Population. The age-specific fertility rate is the number of live births in a specific age group of women per 1,000 women in the population in the same age group. The teen birth rate is considered an age-specific fertility rate.
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    5-Year Rolling Averages - Teen Births Age 15-19 (Overlapping 5-Year Groups)
    Live Births per 1,000 Girls Age 15-19 in the Population. The age-specific fertility rate is the number of live births in a specific age group of women per 1,000 women in the population in the same age group. The teen birth rate is considered an age-specific fertility rate.
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  • Infant Birth WeightJump to Default
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    Standard Query for Infants Born with Low Birth Weight (0 to 2499 grams)
    Percentage of live-born infants whose birth weight was less than 2500 grams (about 5.5 lbs) (Includes Low and VeryLow birthweight groups)
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    3-Year Rolling Averages - Low Birth Weight Percentages (Overlapping 3-Year Groups)
    Percentage of live-born infants whose birth weight was less than 2500 grams (about 5.5 lbs) (Includes Low and VeryLow birthweight groups)
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    5-Year Rolling Averages - Low Birth Weight Percentages (Overlapping 5-Year Groups)
    Percentage of live-born infants whose birth weight was less than 2500 grams (about 5.5 lbs) (Includes Low and VeryLow birthweight groups)
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    Standard Query for Infants Born with Very Low Birth Weight (<1500 grams)
    Percentage of live-born infants whose birth weight was less than 1500 grams (about 3.3 lbs.)
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  • Prenatal CareJump to Default
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    Standard Query for Prenatal Care in the First Trimester
    Percentage of women with a live birth whose first prenatal care visit was in the first trimester of their pregnancy
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    3-Year Rolling Averages - 1st Trimester Prenatal Care Percentages (Overlapping 3-Year Groups)
    Percentage of women with a live birth whose first prenatal care visit was in the first trimester of their pregnancy
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    5-Year Rolling Averages - 1st Trimester Prenatal Care Percentages (Overlapping 5-Year Groups)
    Percentage of women with a live birth whose first prenatal care visit was in the first trimester of their pregnancy
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    Standard Query for Late (3rd Trimester) or No Prenatal Care
    Percentage of women with a live birth with no prenatal care or whose first prenatal care visit was in the third trimester of their pregnancy
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    3-Year Rolling Averages - Late or No Prenatal Care Percentages (Overlapping 3-Year Groups)
    Percentage of women with a live birth with no prenatal care or whose first prenatal care visit was in the third trimester of their pregnancy
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    5-Year Rolling Averages - Late or No Prenatal Care Percentages (Overlapping 5-Year Groups)
    Percentage of women with a live birth with no prenatal care or whose first prenatal care visit was in the third trimester of their pregnancy
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    Standard Query for No Prenatal Care
    Percentage of women with a live birth who had no prenatal care visit during their pregnancy
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  • Preterm BirthsJump to Default
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    Standard Query for Pre-Term Births (all pre-term, less than 37 weeks)
    Infants who were carried in utero for fewer than 37 weeks are considered "Preterm." Gestational Age is the period of time a baby is carried in the uterus or the duration of the pregnancy, estimated by the birth attendant. Full-term gestation is considered between 37 and 42 weeks.
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    3-Year Rolling Averages - Pre-term Births Percentages (Overlapping 3-Year Groups)
    Infants who were carried in utero for fewer than 37 weeks are considered "Preterm." Gestational Age is the period of time a baby is carried in the uterus or the duration of the pregnancy, estimated by the birth attendant. Full-term gestation is considered between 37 and 42 weeks.
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    5-Year Rolling Averages - Pre-term Births Percentages (Overlapping 5-Year Groups)
    Infants who were carried in utero for fewer than 37 weeks are considered "Preterm." Gestational Age is the period of time a baby is carried in the uterus or the duration of the pregnancy, estimated by the birth attendant. Full-term gestation is considered between 37 and 42 weeks.
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    Standard Query for Very Pre-Term Births (less than 32 weeks)
    Infants who were carried in utero for fewer than 32 weeks are considered "Very Preterm." Gestational Age is the period of time a baby is carried in the uterus or the duration of the pregnancy, estimated by the birth attendant. Full-term gestation is considered between 37 and 42 weeks.
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  • Basic Counts and RatesJump to Default
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    Counts - Number of Births
    Count of all live births in a given population and time period
    selectselect
    Crude Birth Rate - Births per 1,000 Population (Males and Females)
    Live Births per 1,000 Population (Males and Females)
    selectselect
    Age-specific Birth Rate - Births per 1,000 Females
    Live Births per 1,000 Female Population (Limit mother's age for age-specific fertility rate)
    selectselect
  • Teen Births, Girls Age 15-19Jump to Default
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    Teen Births Age 15-19
    Live Births per 1,000 Girls Age 15-19 in the Population. The age-specific fertility rate is the number of live births in a specific age group of women per 1,000 women in the population in the same age group. The teen birth rate is considered an age-specific fertility rate.
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  • Infant Birth WeightJump to Default
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    Infants Born with Low Birth Weight (0 to 2499 grams)
    Percentage of live-born infants whose birth weight was less than 2500 grams (about 5.5 lbs) (Includes Low and VeryLow birthweight groups)
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    Infants Born with Very Low Birth Weight (<1500 grams)
    Percentage of live-born infants whose birth weight was less than 1500 grams (about 3.3 lbs.)
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  • Prenatal CareJump to Default
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    Prenatal Care in the First Trimester
    Percentage of women with a live birth whose first prenatal care visit was in the first trimester of their pregnancy
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    Late (3rd Trimester) or No Prenatal Care
    Percentage of women with a live birth with no prenatal care or whose first prenatal care visit was in the third trimester of their pregnancy
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    No Prenatal Care
    Percentage of women with a live birth who had no prenatal care visit during their pregnancy
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  • Preterm BirthsJump to Default
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    Pre-Term Births (all pre-term, less than 37 weeks)
    Infants who were carried in utero for fewer than 37 weeks are considered "Preterm." Gestational Age is the period of time a baby is carried in the uterus or the duration of the pregnancy, estimated by the birth attendant. Full-term gestation is considered between 37 and 42 weeks.
    selectselect
    Very Pre-Term Births (less than 32 weeks)
    Infants who were carried in utero for fewer than 32 weeks are considered "Very Preterm." Gestational Age is the period of time a baby is carried in the uterus or the duration of the pregnancy, estimated by the birth attendant. Full-term gestation is considered between 37 and 42 weeks.
    selectselect

  • Basic Counts and RatesJump to Default
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    Counts - Number of Births
    Count of all live births in a given population and time period
    selectselect
    Crude Birth Rate - Births per 1,000 Population (Males and Females)
    Live Births per 1,000 Population (Males and Females)
    selectselect
    Age-specific Birth Rate - Births per 1,000 Females
    Live Births per 1,000 Female Population (Limit mother's age for age-specific fertility rate)
    selectselect
  • Teen Births, Girls Age 15-19Jump to Default
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    Teen Births Age 15-19
    Live Births per 1,000 Girls Age 15-19 in the Population. The age-specific fertility rate is the number of live births in a specific age group of women per 1,000 women in the population in the same age group. The teen birth rate is considered an age-specific fertility rate.
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  • Infant Birth WeightJump to Default
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    Infants Born with Low Birth Weight (0 to 2499 grams)
    Percentage of live-born infants whose birth weight was less than 2500 grams (about 5.5 lbs) (Includes Low and VeryLow birthweight groups)
    selectselect
    Infants Born with Very Low Birth Weight (<1500 grams)
    Percentage of live-born infants whose birth weight was less than 1500 grams (about 3.3 lbs.)
    selectselect
  • Prenatal CareJump to Default
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    Prenatal Care in the First Trimester
    Percentage of women with a live birth whose first prenatal care visit was in the first trimester of their pregnancy
    selectselect
    Late (3rd Trimester) or No Prenatal Care
    Percentage of women with a live birth with no prenatal care or whose first prenatal care visit was in the third trimester of their pregnancy
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    No Prenatal Care
    Percentage of women with a live birth who had no prenatal care visit during their pregnancy
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  • Preterm BirthsJump to Default
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    Query First
    Pre-Term Births (all pre-term, less than 37 weeks)
    Infants who were carried in utero for fewer than 37 weeks are considered "Preterm." Gestational Age is the period of time a baby is carried in the uterus or the duration of the pregnancy, estimated by the birth attendant. Full-term gestation is considered between 37 and 42 weeks.
    selectselect
    Very Pre-Term Births (less than 32 weeks)
    Infants who were carried in utero for fewer than 32 weeks are considered "Very Preterm." Gestational Age is the period of time a baby is carried in the uterus or the duration of the pregnancy, estimated by the birth attendant. Full-term gestation is considered between 37 and 42 weeks.
    selectselect