YearSingleton Weight Gain of Mother
Weight Gain LowWeight Gain NormalWeight Gain High
NumberPercentNumberPercentNumberPercent
Number & Percent of Live Births by Weight Gain of Mother and by Year,
Marquette County, Michigan 1989-2015
1989972  ---  ------  ------  ---
19901,007  ---  ------  ------  ---
1991940  ---  ------  ------  ---
1992910  ---  ------  ------  ---
1993920  ---  ------  ------  ---
1994826  ---  ------  ------  ---
1995699  ---  ------  ------  ---
1996638  ---  ------  ------  ---
1997620  ---  ------  ------  ---
1998574  ---  ------  ------  ---
1999564  ---  ------  ------  ---
2000598  ---  ------  ------  ---
2001597  ---  ------  ------  ---
2002598  ---  ------  ------  ---
2003633  ---  ------  ------  ---
2004600  ---  ------  ------  ---
2005579  ---  ------  ------  ---
2006612  ---  ------  ------  ---
2007698  ---  ------  ------  ---
2008617  136  22.0192  31.1283  45.9
2009672  143  21.3216  32.1303  45.1
2010616  147  23.9187  30.4269  43.7
2011618  145  23.5188  30.4268  43.4
2012671  156  23.2198  29.5304  45.3
2013582  129  22.2182  31.3258  44.3
2014620  135  21.8218  35.2244  39.4
2015596  150  25.2192  32.2243  40.8

Notes:

--- Triple dashes indicates that the data is not available. Certain birth variables, such as those related to weight gain, BMI, WIC, breastfeeding, infections, tobacco use, chronic conditions and other variables, were not collected before 2008.
Weight Gain Low
Weight gain is considered low if it falls below the IOM recommended range of weight gain.
Weight Gain Normal
Weight gain is considered normal if it is within the IOM recommended range of weight gain.
Weight Gain High
Weight gain is considered high if it rises above the IOM recommended range of weight gain.

Source: 1989 Michigan Birth Certificate Registry;1990-2015 Geocoded Michigan Birth Certificate Registries.
Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services