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Multiple-State Genomics Data

 

Chronic Disease

Chronic Disease and Family Health History, Utah (2005-2008)

 

Year/N

Prevalence of Utah adults wih one or more chronic disease that runs in their immediate family

2005/ N=2,453

72.8% (1786)

2006/ N=2,382

69.4% (1653)

2007/ N=2,423

68.4% (1657)

2008/ N=2,476

68.8% (1703)

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Diabetes


Diabetes and Family Health History, Kansas (2006-2008)

 

Year/N

Prevalence of Kansas adults who reported having a familly member with diabetes

2006/N=770

29.8% (229.46)

2007/N=846

30.7% (259.72)

2008/N=959

29.3% (280.99)

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Diabetes and Family Health History, Oregon (2001, 2002 & 2004)

 

Year/N

Prevalence of Oregon adults who have a parent or sibling with a family history of diabetes

2001/N=3,784

27.2% (1029)

2002/N=7,151

27.4% (1959)

2004/N=2,864

26.8% (767)

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Family Health History of Diabetes, Utah (2007 & 2008)

 

Year/N

Prevalence of Utah adults with one or more chronic disease that runs in their immediate family

2007/N=2,409

44.8% (1,079.23)

2008/N=2,490

47.5% (1,182.75)

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Family History


General Family Health History, Ohio (2008 and 2009)

 

Year/N

Has a doctor or other health care professional ever asked you to fill out a form that included your family medical history or personally asked your about your family?

Did the doctor or health care professional then discuss with yu your risk for certain diseases or health problems based on your family history?

 

Did the doctor or health care professional make any recommendations to your based on your family history?

2008/N=6,000

85.8% (5,148)

63.7% (3,822)

62.3% (3,738)

2009/N=1,465

87.7% (1,285)

63.5% (930)

66.6% (976)

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General Family Health History, Utah (2006-2008)

 

Year/N

Adults who have read or heard about the importance of knowling their own family health

Adults who have ever actively collected health information from their relatives for the purpose of developing a family health history

Adults who have ever shared the information they collected on their family history with a doctor, nurse, or other health professional

2006/N=7,536

58.3% (4,393.49)

25.4% (1,914.14)

81.0% (4,104.16)

2007/N=7,659

57.8% (4,426.90)

27.7% (2,121.54)

86.6% (6,632.70)

2008/N=7,867

66.9% (5,263.02)

29.8% (2,344.37)

87.2% (6,860.02)

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