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Examine the toll that chronic and communicable diseases have on morbidity and mortality rates

Examine the toll that chronic and communicable diseases have on morbidity and mortality rates

Examine the toll that chronic and communicable diseases have on morbidity and mortality rates as well as the role for early detection and prevention.
Research the following statistics for your city/town. You may use the closest metropolitan area if you live in a lesser populated area with minimal data available.
Morbidity – top three (3) conditions/risk factors
Mortality – top three (3) causes of death
Using the attached template, complete the following:
In approximately one paragraph, summarize how you researched this data, if the rates and causes surprised you, and what opportunities for improvement exist for your community.
List one measure being used to address each morbidity and mortality factor you identified.
Briefly describe the measure (who it serves, how it is funded, etc. Bullet points are acceptable.)
Indicate if the current measures are effective (Yes or No). You will answer this question by evaluating how morbidity and mortality data has trended over several years.
APA requirements: Title and reference pages, minimum of three (3) sources.

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