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HEALTH STATUS - Indicator
Find out how Hawaii compares to the U.S. in health status based on key indicators demonstrated in the chart below. Click each individual health topic to view more information.  

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- Life Expectancy
- Coronary Heart
  Disease Mortality
- Cancer Mortality
- Lung Cancer Mortality
- Breast Cancer Mortality
- Infant Mortality
- Cancer Incidence
- AIDS
- HIV Death
- Syphilis
- Gonorrhea
- Chlamydia
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis C
- Measles
- Mumps
- Pertussis
- Rubella
- Tuberculosis
- Hypertension
- High Cholesterol
- Diabetes
- Adult Cigarette
  Smoking
- Youth Cigarette
  Smoking
- Adult Binge Drinking
- Adult Heavy Drinking
- Youth Current Drinking
- Youth Binge Drinking
- Motor Vehicle Death-
  Alcohol Use
- Adult Drug Use
  Ages 18-25
- Adult Drug Use
  Ages 26+
- Youth Drug Use
- Seat Belt Use
- Motor Vehicle Death-
  Seat Belt Use
- Overweight
- Obesity
- Physical Inactivity
- Rate Better than U.S.
- Rate Similar to U.S.
- Rate Worse than U.S.
- Improving Trend Sign
- Worsening Trend Sign
- Fluctuating Trend Sign
*No Pattern = Stable Trend

The profile of Hawai‘i’s health status holds true only for the population of the state as a whole. When looking at specific groupings based on age, gender, ethnicity, or geographic location, the data reveal health disparities.