With this interactive map, you can explore health trends in the United States at the county level by race and ethnicity for all ages and both sexes for all-cause mortality and life expectancy. You can also explore health trends for all ages and both sexes for for cancer, 21 major causes of death, alcohol, smoking, hypertension, obesity, physical activity, and diabetes.
Explore patterns of global health financing flows from 1990 to 2050 in an updated tool. View trends in global health spending with interactive bar charts, maps, and line graphs. For the first time, see tuberculosis spending estimates for low- and middle-income countries from 2000 to 2017.
Analyze estimates of the world’s need for rehabilitation services from 1990 to 2019 in this interactive tool. Use maps, line plots, and bar graphs to explore global, regional, and country data on the number of people who would benefit from rehabilitation at least once during the course of their disabling disease or injury based on the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors Study 2019.
Where do we have the best data on different health conditions? For any age group, see where various data sources have placed trends in causes of death over time. You can examine more than 350 causes in both adjusted and pre-adjusted numbers, rates, and percentages for 204 countries and territories.
Analyze updated data about the world’s health levels and trends from 1990 to 2019 in this interactive tool using estimates from the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study. Compare causes, injuries, and risks within a country, compare countries with regions or the world, and explore patterns and trends by country, age, and gender.
How do input data become GBD estimates? Walk through the estimation process for mortality trends for children and adults for 204 countries and territories using the Mortality visualization. See source and comparative data and step through the stages in the estimation process to reveal the final mortality estimates from 1950 to 2019.
Analyze data about India’s health levels and trends from 1990 to 2019 in this interactive tool. Use treemaps, maps, arrow diagrams, and other charts to compare causes and risks and explore patterns and trends by age and sex. Drill from a national view into specific details. Compare expected and observed trends. Watch how disease patterns have changed over time. See which causes of death and disability are having more impact and which are waning.
Use this dynamic tool to explore patterns in population trends from 2017 to 2100. The interactive tool reveals changes in population structures and fertility rate, based on progress toward SDG pace of female educational attainment and access to contraception.
IHME's COVID-19 projections were developed in response to requests from the University of Washington School of Medicine and other US hospital systems and state governments working to determine when COVID-19 would overwhelm their ability to care for patients. The forecasts show demand for hospital services, reported and excess deaths due to COVID-19, rates of infection and testing, and the impact of social distancing, organized by country and state (for select locations).
With this dynamic map visualization tool, explore local patterns in child stunting, wasting, and underweight across all low- and middle-income countries from 2000 to 2017. Observe trends at multiple spatial scales and search to view trends in specific countries and local areas.
With this interactive map visualization, explore local patterns in educational attainment across all low- and middle-income countries from 2000 to 2017. Compare how years of education vary between men and women and across two different age groups. Observe trends at multiple spatial scales and search to view trends in specific countries and local areas.
In this data visualization, we examine current and past trends in tobacco use across Mexico to understand where progress has been made and where gaps still exist. Given recent statistical innovations, we can also forecast into the future.
In 2000, 9.7 million children died before their 5th birthday. Between 2000 and 2017, global child death rates decreased significantly, saving millions of children. By 2017, the number of child deaths dropped to 5.4 million. Helping children survive and thrive is one of the most important global goals for health and development.