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FALL 2000
  • General Health status of South Carolinians
    PDF Format (17 KB). 
     

  • Quality of Life of South Carolina Adults
    PDF Format (20KB)         
     

  • Health Care Access for the people of South Carolina
    PDF Format (18KB) 

  • Asthma among the Adult Population of South Carolina
    PDF Format (13KB)

  • Cardio Vascular Diseases
    South Carolina is among the states with the highest death rate due to cardiovascular diseases
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  • Rising Prevelance of Diabetes in South Carolina
    PDF Format
    (15KB)
  • Hypertension and High Cholestrol
    Because it is a leading risk factor for Cardiovascular diseases, hypertension is a significant health problem in South Carolina
    PDF Format (18KB)
  • HIV/AIDS
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  • Women's Health Breast Cancer Screening
    PDF Format (15KB)         
     

  • Women's Health - PAP Tests
    PAP tests are an important part of annual gynecological examinations
    PDF Format (14KB) 

  • Immunization -the best line of defense against death and disability due to infectious diseases
    PDF Format (13KB)

  • Nutrition
    Eat healthy live better!
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    (19KB)
  • Weight Control
    BRFSS reports show that most South Carolinians are either obese or overweight
    PDF Format
    (16KB)
  • Physical Activity
    Maintaining a regular physical activity is a key to good health
    PDF Format
    (19KB)
  • Tobacco Use
    According to Surgeon General's report smoking causes more than 430,000 deaths and approximately $50-70 millions in medical expenses anually
    PDF Format
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