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    • Cancer in Oklahoma males. Cancer in Oklahoma females

    • Cancer in men--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Cancer in women--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Cancer--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Death rates from cancer decreased nationally among males, but not as rapidly among Oklahoma males. Incidence rates remain slightly higher among Oklahoma males than males nationally.; Death rates from cancer are slightly higher in Oklahoma females...
    • Cancer in Oklahoma

    • Cancer--Oklahoma--Statistics--Perodicals.;Cancer--Oklahoma--Mortality--Statistics--Periodicals.;Cancer--Oklahoma--Prevention--Periodicals.
    • 2005: This report describes the cancer burden in Oklahoma and how each of us can make a difference in reducing our risk of developing cancer and dying from this disease. Following an overview of the issues, this report describes the burden of...
    • Chronic disease in Oklahoma data book

    • Chronic diseases--Oklahoma.; Chronic diseases--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Chronic disease is the most common and costly of all health problems. A person’s risk of developing a chronic disease such as asthma, diabetes, cancer, heart disease or stroke can be greatly reduced by avoiding tobacco use/exposure, being...
    • Asthma in Oklahoma's children : fact sheet 2013.

    • Asthma in children--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • In Oklahoma, about 123,100 children younger than 18 years of age (13.2%) have ever been told by a health professional that he/she had asthma (lifetime asthma).; There are about 86,900 of children younger than 18 years of age (9.3%) currently having...
    • Behavioral risk factors among American Indians in Oklahoma

    • Indians of North America--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.; Indian of North America--Health risk assessment--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma REACH 2010 Native American Project to Address Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease is guided by a coalition consisting of eight tribes/nations, one urban Indian health care resource center and the Oklahoma State Department of Health....
    • Asthma surveillance report, Oklahoma

    • Asthma--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Asthma in children--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • This report provides information and data about the mortality and morbidity of asthma in Oklahoma, and compared to the Healthy People 2010 objectives where applicable. This report also provides information about prevalence of asthma related risk...
    • Obesity in Oklahoma. Physical activity in Oklahoma.

    • Obesity--Oklahoma--Maps.; Exercise--Oklahoma.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma.; Sedentary behavior--Oklahoma--Maps.
    • Maps of Oklahoma showing county patterns of obesity and lack of participation in physical leisure-time activities for three year periods from 1989-2009.
    • Burden of heart disease and stroke in the Sooner State : recognize and react

    • Heart--Diseases--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Cerebrovascular disease--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Heart--Diseases--Mortality--Oklahoma.;Cerebrovascular disease--Mortality--Oklahoma.
    • "The following are findings related to heart disease and stroke that answer five key questions: 1. Who? 2. What? 3. Where? 4. When? 5. Why?";"The purpose of this report is to describe the morbidity and mortality of cardiovascular disease,...
    • Obesity in Oklahoma.

    • Obesity--Oklahoma.; Obesity--Prevention--Government policy--OKlahoma.
    • Importance/Relevance of Obesity; Status of Obesity in OK; Factors Impacting Obesity; Strategies to Improve Obesity

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