Selected Health Statistics
St. Clair and Michigan

Selected Natality Statistics, 2000-2002
Three-Year Averages

Natality Rates and Percents St. Clair Michigan
Abortion rate10.4 ±0.612.6 ±0.1
% Births with adequate prenatal care77.5 ±1.076.7 ±0.1
Teen pregnancy rate58.8 ±3.560.9 ±0.5
% Low weight births7.1 ±0.68.0 ±0.1

Selected Mortality Statistics, 2000-2002
Three-Year Averages

Mortality Rates St. Clair Michigan
AIDS*2.5±0.2
Alcohol-Induced8.7±2.56.8±0.3
Alzheimer's Disease16.0±3.618.7±0.5
Cancer207.1±12.7200.1±1.6
Chronic Liver Disease11.5±2.910.1±0.4
Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease56.4±6.744.0±0.8
Diabetes-Related91.9±8.581.6±1.0
Heart Disease309.1±15.6276.1±1.9
Assault (Homicide)*7.0±0.3
Infant mortality7.4 ±2.18.1 ±0.3
Kidney Disease15.8±3.515.8±0.5
Pneumonia & Influenza17.3±3.720.4±0.5
Septicemia6.5±2.39.8±0.4
Stroke46.0±6.059.1±0.9
Intentional Self-harm (Suicide)11.0±2.910.4±0.4
Unintentional Injury32.2±5.032.8±0.7
Note: Abortion rates are per 1,000 Michigan women aged 15-44.
Adequate prenatal care is as defined by the Kessner Index, a classification of prenatal care based on the month in which care began, the number of prenatal visits and the length of the pregnancy.
Teen pregnancy rates are per 1,000 females ages 15-19. Pregnancies are the sum of live births, reported induced abortions and estimated miscarriages. Miscarriages are estimated by adding 20% of the live births and 10% of the reported induced abortions.
Low weight births are less than 2,500 grams.
Infant mortality rates are per 1,000 live births.
Death rates are per 100,000 population age-adjusted to the 2000 U.S. population. Death data displayed are by the underlying cause of death which is the condition giving rise to the chain of events leading to death. Causes of death are classified in accordance with the Tenth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10), a coding structure developed by the World Health Organization. This revision has been used to classify deaths since January 1, 1999. The ICD-10 codes are grouped into broader categories for the causes listed in this table in order to classify these selected causes of death.

Adding and subtracting the number shown after the + symbol to and from the rate creates the lower and upper bounds of the confidence interval. The true rate lies between the interval with 95% statistical confidence.

* An asterisk indicates that data do not meet the standards of precision or reliability.

Source: 2000-2002 Geocoded Michigan Death Certificate Registries  2000-2002 Geocoded Michigan Birth Certificate Registries and 2000-2002 Reported Induced Abortion Files. Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services; Population Estimate (latest update 9/2014), National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Census Populations With Bridged Race Categories .