Birth Records can be queried by county, year, Census tract, zip code.
Data on mothers can be queried by race, Hispanic origin, age, education
level, marital status, prenatal care, cigaretttes smoked, and number of
drinks consumed per week. Data on infants can be limited by gender, birth
weight, and Hispanic origin. Data on fathers can be queried by race, Hispanic
origin, age, and education level.
Death Records can be queried by county, year, race, Hispanic origin,
age range, gender, zip code, condition or ICD-9-CM codes. The conditions
selections include accidental injuries, homicides, suicides, and medical
conditions such as cancers, strokes, pneumonia, and other illnesses. Data
on injuries are available for specific events such as aircraft, motor
vehicle, pedestrian, bicycle, and train/vehicle or pedestrian accidents,
falls, drownings, fires, and poisonings.
Population Estimates can be queried by county, year, age range, and
Colorado Vital Statistics1990-most
recent. Data varies by year. Some years include statistics by city. Includes
reports on births, fertility, deaths, and causes of deaths.
Natural Hazard Statistics
provides "statistical information fatalities, injuries, and damages caused
by weather related hazards. These statistics are compiled by the Office of
Meteorology and the National Climatic Data Center from information contained
in Storm Data, a report comprising data from NWS forecast offices in the 50
states, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands." The site provides state
and US summaries and separate reports on lightning, tornadoes, tropical cyclones,
heat, floods, cold, winter storms and wind. Data are available from 1995 to
the most recent year. Each report is available as an individual file or page.
Some pages are in .pdf format.
WISQARS - Web-based Injury Statistics
Query and Reporting System provides statistics on injury mortality and
leading causes of death from from1981-most recent year. Both data sets can
be limited by date, sex, race and Hispanic origin. You can query the injury
mortality data by selecting from an extensive list of mechanisms and causes
such as adverse effects from medical treatments or drugs, insect bites, and
machinery. In addition, the database enables you to limit deaths from motor
vehicle accidents to pedestrians, vehicle occupants or bicyclists. The data
are available on the state or national level.