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Welcome, all ME-P readers and subscribers, to the Fulton County Department of Health & Wellness Website, and department, in Atlanta, Georgia.

The interim Director of Health Services is David A. Sarnow, M.D, MPH.

On the site, and in the department itself, you will find information on health topics to keep the community safe from health threats, promoting better health and helping Fulton County, Georgia residents find the health care information they need.

Of course, the others states have similar public health programs. And so, you are welcomed to enjoy the virtual website and explore the physical department – which I bypass almost daily.



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Margaret Farenger says this is on the side of Fulton County Health Services, Atlanta GA and the artist is Julian Hoke Harris.


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  1. Life Expectancy was 78.8 Years in 2015

    The National Center for Health Statistics recently released an analysis of mortality rates in the U.S. Here are some key findings from the report:

    • In 2015, life expectancy at birth was 78.8 years for the U.S. population.
    • For males, life expectancy changed from 76.5 in 2014 to 76.3 in 2015.
    • Female life expectancy decreased from 81.3 in 2014 to 81.2 in 2015.
    • The difference in life expectancy between females and males increased 0.1 year.
    • In 2015, life expectancy at age 65 for the total population was 19.4 years.
    • Life expectancy at age 65 was 20.6 years for females and 18.0 years for males.

    Source: National Center for Health Statistics, December, 2016


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  3. National Life Expectancy Was 79.1 in 2014

    JAMA Internal Medicine recently published a study on geographic inequality in life expectancy in the U.S. Here are some key findings from the report:

    • In 2014, life expectancy at birth for both sexes at the national level was 79.1.
    • There was a 20.1-year gap between the lowest and highest life expectancy.
    • Socioeconomic and race factors explained 60% of life expectancy variations.
    • Behavioral and metabolic risk factors explained 74% of the variation.
    • Health care factors explained 27% of the life expectancy variation.
    • Inequality in life expectancy increased among older adults from 1980-2014.

    Source: JAMA, May 8, 2017


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