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Location: Colorado Springs
Topic: Low birthweight
Format: HP 2020 Map
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Low birthweight: Colorado Springs, 2010-2013 Average

Chart with no titled Yuma (6.1)Weld (7.9)Washington (6.7)Teller (12.9)Summit (11.2)Sedgwick (0)San Miguel (8.1)San Juan (0)Saguache (15.1)Routt (8.9)Rio Grande (10.1)Rio Blanco (6.2)Pueblo (9)Prowers (7.4)Pitkin (10.2)Phillips (0)Park (11.3)Ouray (12.1)Otero (8.5)Morgan (6.1)Montrose (7)Montezuma (7.3)Moffat (8.8)Mineral (0)Mesa (7.4)Logan (6.4)Lincoln (12.8)Las Animas (10)Larimer (7.9)Lake (13.5)La Plata (7.1)Kit Carson (8.7)Kiowa (0)Jefferson (8.3)Jackson (41.5)Huerfano (13.1)Hinsdale (0)Gunnison (9.5)Grand (12)Gilpin (10.9)Garfield (8.2)Fremont (9)Elbert (8.7)El Paso (9.6)Eagle (10.1)Douglas (9.1)Dolores (0)Denver (8.9)Denver (8.9)Denver (8.9)Delta (10.5)Custer (0)Crowley (8.7)Costilla (15.4)Conejos (9.7)Clear Creek (11.1)Cheyenne (0)Chaffee (9.5)Boulder (7.8)Bent (11.5)Baca (5.5)Archuleta (9.4)Arapahoe (9.4)Arapahoe (9.4)Arapahoe (9.4)Alamosa (10.4)Adams (8.5)
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Healthy people 2020

  • Low birthweight: reduce to no more than 7.8% of live births.


  • Low birthweight is less than 2500 grams (5 1/2 pounds).


  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved September 25, 2016, from