The main pdf is a large compilation of tables on health-related topics. Specific statistics can be found by jumping through the pdf or by navigating to topical pages on the site. Information is primarily at the national level.
From CDC, world’s largest, ongoing telephone health survey system, tracking health conditions and risk behaviors in the U.S. yearly since 1984. Factors assessed include tobacco use, health care coverage, HIV/AIDS, physical activity, consumption. It includes built-in graphing tools to look at summary statistics by state or over time.
All of Us is working to improve health care through research. Unlike research studies that focus on one disease or group of people, All of Us is building a diverse database that can inform thousands of studies on a variety of health conditions.
Know the risk factors for certain diseases
Figure out which treatments work best for people of different backgrounds
Connect people with the right clinical studies for their needs
Learn how technologies can help us take steps to be healthier
Learn about what makes the All of Us Research Program different.
Online tool to access data from U.S Census and related economic and community surveys. In addition to demographic and income information, it includes some health-related topics such as insurance coverage and disability.
Provides health statistics at the county level (but not broken down by race or ethnicity) and provides links to data sources. If you are looking for the City of Richmond, be sure to select Richmond city, rather than Richmond as the county.
Maps of health risk and protective factors for the City of Richmond by census tract. It does not include race or ethnicity information, but to the extent housing is segregated by race or ethnicity, it could be used to glean information about racism and health.