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    Los Angeles County
    Department of Public Health,
    Office of Health Assessment &
    Health Assessment Unit,
    313 N. Figueroa Street, Room 127
    Los Angeles, CA 90012

    Phone:(213) 240-7785
    Fax:(213) 250-2594
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Trend Data Tables

Adult Trend Data.    Child Trend Data.

Individual Year Data (2015 Data, 2011 Data, 2007 Data, 2005 Data, 2002 Data, 1999 Data)  

NOTE: 2002-03 data are based on revised weights.

Adult Survey Trend Data: .  

Access, Insurance, Regular Source of Care    Chronic Conditions, Health Status. & Preventive Care 

Health Behaviors                        


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  •  Chronic Conditions, Health Status & Preventive Care
  • Chronic Conditions

        Arthritis Diagnosed
        Asthma (current prevalence)
        Cholesterol Diagnosed
        Depression Diagnosed
        Diabetes Diagnosed
        Heart Disease Diagnosed
        Hypertension Diagnosed


  • Health Status

      Activity Limitation Days - Average Number of Days
      Self-Perceived Health Status
      Unhealthy Days - Average number of days


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  • Health Behaviors

        Alcohol Consumption
        Binge Drinking (in total population)
        Chronic Drinking (in total population)
        Fruits/Vegetables Eaten
        Physical Activity (3 level)
        Smoking Status 


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Child Survey Trend Data :   .   

Access, Insurance, RSC -Child    Childcare    Child Health    Child Routines    Parental Behaviors    Parental/Postpartum 

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  • Access, Insurance & Regular Source of Care [Child] 
  • Access

        Could Not Afford a Check-up (0-17 year olds)
        Could Not Afford Dentist (3-17 year olds)
        Could Not Afford a Doctor for Illness (0-17 year olds)
        Could Not Afford Mental Health Care (3-17 year olds)
        Could Not Afford Prescription Medication (0-17 year olds)
        Difficulty Accessing Care (0-17 year olds)
        Language Barrier Talking to MD (Non-English interviews) (0-17 year olds)
        Transportation Barrier to Accessing Care (0-17 year olds)




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  • Childcare  

        Difficulty Obtaining Childcare (0-5 year olds) 


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  • Child Health

        Asthma   (0-5 year olds)
        Asthma (0-17 year olds)
        Attention Deficit Disorder (0-17 year olds)
        Attention Deficit Disorder (3-17 year olds)
        Health Status (0-5 year olds)
        Health Status (0-17 year olds)
        Smoke Exposure (0-5 year olds)
        Smoke Exposure (0-17 year olds)
        Special Healthcare Needs (0-5 year olds)
        Special Healthcare Needs (0-17 year olds)


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  • Child Routines  

        Breakfast (2-17 year olds)
        Fast Food (0-5 year olds) 
        Fast Food (2-17 year olds)
        Play Music/ Sing Songs (0-5 year olds) 
        Read to Child (0-5 year olds)
        TV Watching -  3 + Hours (0-5 year olds)
        TV Watching -  3 + Hours (6 months - 17 year olds)
        Appropriate TV Watching (6 months - 17 year olds)


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  • Parental Behavior/Risks  

        Advice for Raising Child (0-5 year olds)
        Parent Aggravation Scale (0-5 year olds)  
        Safe Parks (0-5 year olds) 
        Safe Parks (1-17 year olds)


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  • Parental/Postpartum  

       Breastfed Child (0-5 year olds)
       Breastfed Child at Least 6 Months (0-5 year olds) 
       Breastfed Child at Least 12 Months (0-5 year olds)
       Home Health Visit From Healthcare Professional
       Infant Sleep Position (0-5 year olds)
       Parental HIV Test (0-5 year olds)


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