This Spanish fact card from MDCH targeted towards teen girls helps explain the importance of keeping diabetes in check.
This fact card from MDCH targeted towards teen girls helps explain the importance of keeping diabetes in check.
Michigan statistics developed from the collection of vital records ranging from events such as births, deaths, marriages, and divorces.
The National Center for Health Statistics at the CDC provides recent trends for birth, fertility, chronic diseases and specific birth defects.
The MiBRFSS is composed of annual, state-level telephone surveys of Michigan residents. These surveys are the only source of state-specific, population-based estimates of the prevalence of various behaviors, medical conditions, and preventative health care practices among Michigan adults.
A compilation of reports and fact sheets related to sudden cardiac death of the young, heart disease, and stroke in Michigan from the MDHHS Cardiovascular program.
The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association (SCAA) identifies and unites survivors, those at risk of sudden cardiac arrest, as well as others who are interested in being advocates on SCAA issues in their communities.
The National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities is dedicated to protecting people who are especially vulnerable to health risks – babies, children and people with disabilities. Specifically, to identify the causes of birth defects and developmental disabilities; help children reach their full potential and promote health and well-being among all ages with disabilities including blood disorders.
This virtual version of the Birth Defects Toolkit provides links to Michigan resources for families and professionals that may be helpful in caring for children with birth defects and a variety of genetic conditions.