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Functional health status by sex, household population ages 4 years and over
Asthma by sex,household population age 12 and over by health zone
Arthritis/rheumatism by sex,household population age 12 and over by health zone
Diabetes by sex,household population age 12 and over by health zone
High blood pressure by sex,household population age 12 and over by health zone
Risk of depression by sex,household population age 12 and over by health zone
Drinking Habits: 5 or more dinks on one occasion more then 12 times per year
Pap smear by age group (women 18-69)
Screening Mammography
Self-Rated Health
Leisure Time Activity
Life Stress
Smoking Status
Dietary Practices
Injuries causing limitation of normal activity
Cancer Incidence Rates
Population per Physician/ Nurse
Age Standardized Life-Expectancy
Mortality Rates
Canadian Community Health Survey
District Health Authorities in Nova Scotia
Principal Characteristics of Canadian Peer Groups Encompassing Nova Scotia's Communities
Health Indicators Framework
Body Mass Index (underweight) Body Mass Index (acceptable) Body Mass Index (overweight)
Contact with Health Professionals concerning mental health Contact with Medical Doctors Contact with Alternative Health Care Providers Contact with Dental Professionals

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Zone 1: Digby, Yarmouth, Shelburne, Queens and Lunenburg Counties
Zone 2: Annapolis and Kings Counties
Zone 3: Cumberland, Colchester and East Hants Counties
Zone 4: Pictou, Guysborough, Antigonish and Richmond Counties
Zone 5: Inverness, Victoria, and Cape Breton Counties
Zone 6: Halifax and West Hants Counties