This report examines the city's population at greatest risk of suicide and self-inflicted injuries. Data is provided on people most susceptible to suicide, methods of suicide, and health risks that coincide with suicide attempts. Finally, the report makes recommendations on how to reduce the risk of suicide in communities.
This report present data on hospitalization rates, the financial burden they impose, and the trends in hospitalization by age, sex, and socioeconomic status. Finally, information was provided on how adult hospitalizations for ambulatory care-sensitive conditions can be prevented.
This report examines the relationship between weight and health behaviors such as physical activity and nutrition behaviors among New York Ctiy public high school students. Data is provided on trends in obesity in NYC high schools, particularly by race, lifestyle habits, economic status of the schools, and by mindset. Finally, the report makes recommendations to reduce rates of obesity in New York City.