How healthy is your county? An annual report and interactive map reveals the health status of nearly all United States counties.

The rankings report health outcomes regarding length and quality of life. Health factors relate to behavior, clinical care, social and economic, and physical environment values. One of the key findings indicates more young Americans are dying prematurely, especially those ages 15 to 44. This accelerated increase is primarily due to drug overdose, the report concludes.

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The report was first released in 2011 and is a collaboration between The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.

A new measure included in the 8th annual report was a look at youth disconnection, which regards those who are 16 to 24 years old and are not in school or working. About 1 in 8 young adults across the country fall into this category, and a majority of them live in rural areas.

The purpose of these rankings is for communities to use the data to get support for various health initiatives among government agencies, policymakers, the public, and other groups of people.

To see how your county ranks, check out the map here.

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