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,
St. Clair County, Michigan 1989-2015
19892,106  ---  ------  ------  ---
19902,142  ---  ------  ------  ---
19912,032  ---  ------  ------  ---
19922,071  ---  ------  ------  ---
19932,049  ---  ------  ------  ---
19942,032  ---  ------  ------  ---
19952,051  ---  ------  ------  ---
19962,011  ---  ------  ------  ---
19971,997  ---  ------  ------  ---
19982,034  ---  ------  ------  ---
19992,022  ---  ------  ------  ---
20002,123  ---  ------  ------  ---
20011,930  ---  ------  ------  ---
20021,964  ---  ------  ------  ---
20032,051  ---  ------  ------  ---
20042,005  ---  ------  ------  ---
20051,940  ---  ------  ------  ---
20061,947  ---  ------  ------  ---
20071,855  ---  ------  ------  ---
20081,753  331  18.9507  28.9869  49.6
20091,718  306  17.8507  29.5859  50.0
20101,541  310  20.1443  28.7713  46.3
20111,620  326  20.1445  27.5764  47.2
20121,485  277  18.7404  27.2729  49.1
20131,493  261  17.5436  29.2729  48.8
20141,547  265  17.1400  25.9789  51.0
20151,479  303  20.5415  28.1687  46.5

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