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Location: Los Angeles city
Topic: Preterm
Format: County Map
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Preterm: Los Angeles city, 2010-2013 Average

Chart with no titled Yuba (8.2)Yolo (8.2)Ventura (8.7)Ventura (8.7)Tuolumne (6.9)Tulare (10.5)Trinity (6.9)Tehama (8.6)Sutter (9.3)Stanislaus (9.7)Sonoma (7.7)Solano (9.5)Siskiyou (10.4)Sierra (0.0)Shasta (8.8)Santa Cruz (8.8)Santa Clara (8.5)Santa Barbara (9.2)Santa Barbara (9.2)Santa Barbara (9.2)Santa Barbara (9.2)San Mateo (8.7)San Luis Obispo (8.2)San Joaquin (9.9)San Francisco (8.7)San Francisco (8.7)San Diego (9.0)San Bernardino (10.7)San Benito (11.0)Sacramento (8.8)Riverside (9.8)Plumas (10.1)Placer (7.7)Orange (8.5)Nevada (7.2)Napa (8.7)Monterey (9.7)Mono (10.6)Modoc (10.3)Merced (9.8)Mendocino (8.3)Mariposa (8.4)Marin (7.8)Marin (7.8)Madera (10.4)Los Angeles (10.0)Los Angeles (10.0)Los Angeles (10.0)Lassen (9.8)Lake (9.1)Kings (9.8)Kern (11.2)Inyo (9.5)Imperial (8.5)Humboldt (7.6)Glenn (10.6)Fresno (11.5)El Dorado (8.5)Del Norte (9.7)Contra Costa (9.4)Colusa (9.5)Calaveras (7.2)Butte (8.7)Amador (8.8)Alpine (0.0)Alameda (9.1)
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March of Dimes 2020 Goal

  • Reduce preterm births to no more than 9.6% of live births.
  • For more information, see here.

Healthy people 2020

  • Preterm births: reduce to no more than 11.4% of live births.


  • Preterm is less than 37 completed weeks gestation.


  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved September 28, 2016, from