During 2008–2011, statistically significant downward trends in obesity prevalence were observed in 18 states and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Florida, Georgia, Missouri, New Jersey, South Dakota, and the U.S. Virgin Islands had the largest absolute decreases in obesity prevalence, each with a decrease of ≥1 percentage point. Twenty states and Puerto Rico experienced no significant change, and obesity prevalence increased significantly in three states.
You can track west nile virus in Indiana via this map.
King County/Seattle is getting ready to implement the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) using maps.
...Dr. David Fleming, director of Public Health — Seattle & King County, wanted a map that took a close look at where the folks without insurance are living.
The information will allow the agency to better understand who they are trying to reach: Is there a high concentration of a certain ethnic group? Does the population include large numbers of “young invincibles,” who often eschew health insurance?
There's a new diabetes map for Australia. The http://www.ndss.com.au/en/Australian-Diabetes-Map/Map/">Australian Diabetes map, built with Bing and 2010 NAVTEQ data,
combines Australian census population figures with the latest National Diabetes Services Scheme data to reflect diabetes prevalence at a national, state, electorate, local government area and postcode level.