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Very low birthweight by race/ethnicity: New Hampshire, 2016-2018 Average

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• During 2016-2018 (average), the very low birthweight rate in New Hampshire was highest for black infants (2.2%), followed by Hispanics (1.7%), whites (1.0%) and Asian/Pacific Islanders (0.9%). 
• Black infants (2.2%) were about 2 times as likely as Asian/Pacific Islander infants (0.9%) to be born very low birthweight during 2016-2018 (average). 

Healthy people 2020

  • Very low birthweight: reduce to no more than 1.4% of live births.

Footnotes

  • All race categories exclude Hispanics.
  • Very low birthweight is less than 1500 grams (3 1/3 pounds).

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved August 05, 2020, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.