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Librarian-curated research guide for Public Health resources.
Social Explorer is a data visualization tool that brings you allows you to create cool, interactive data maps. You can analyze a variety of characteristics - voting, poverty, aging populations, ethnicity and race, spending patterns, health indicators, crime, environment, education, and more - over time in different cities, regions, and countries. Check out their guide for more information on how to create data maps and tap their resources for your public health research:
Federal institute, working 24/7 for health security and community disease response - extensive data and information on diseases/conditions, healthy living, emergency prep, travel notices, global health, and more
Federal institute focused on health and human services, advancing medicine, public health, and social services in the US - includes research and statistics, information on health care rights, insurance and providers, and more resources for public health
Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce presents a massive number of links to global as well as U.S. national, state, and local health data. Also links to statistical tools and data analysis information.