FALLing for Data
November 2019  Newsletter
Cozy-up To New Data.
Clear and consistent information of pregnancy risk factors and pregnancy behaviors allow decision makers and health care providers to better serve current and prospective parents, in addition to the state of North Dakota and its communities.

In this article, Grace Njau, Nancy Hodur, and Chelsey Hukriede, share recent findings from the 2017 North Dakota Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) survey regarding pre- and post-birth behaviors among recent North Dakota mothers. This information is useful in identifying women and infants at high risk for health problems, for monitoring changes in health status, and in measuring progress toward goals for improving the health of mothers and infants in North Dakota.



Gaze Into The Firelight.
In 2018, the Census Bureau estimated that there were nearly 36,000 residents in North Dakota who were foreign born, twice as many as in 2010, and accounting for 5 percent of the state's population.  
Check These Color Changes.
Explore the dynamic population change in North Dakota through times of economic boom and bust. Watch the change in color representing population gain and loss in North Dakota for t wo decades, in a new data visualization.
 
Quiz Time.
North Dakota's population increased from 2010 to 2018. How is the percentage increase of North Dakota's population compared to the percentage increase of the U.S.'s population?
 
  a) Larger 
Bountiful Data.
Explore the new updates and fall in love with ND Compass data today!

AGING
Median Income (3 charts)

CHILDREN & YOUTH
Population Trends (6 charts)

EARLY CHILDHOOD
Low Birth Weight (13 charts)

ECONOMY
Median Income (4 charts)
Poverty  (10 charts)

HEALTH
Diabetes (8 charts)
Obesity (8 charts)

HOUSING

WORKFORCE


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