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Women and Heart Disease: An Atlas of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Mortality

Developed by the Office for Social Environment and Health Research at West Virginia University and the Cardiovascular Health Branch at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this new atlas features over 200 national and state maps of heart disease mortality among women. Collectively, these maps "provide critical data on geographic, racial, and ethnic inequalities in women's heart disease death rates for the five major racial and ethnic groups." Users can download the 239-page atlas in .pdf format in its entirety or by sections. They can also view national maps, interactive state maps with county information, and methodological and technical notes.
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