See How Your Area Stacks Up in Obesity, Food Access, Physical Activity & Equity

The Salud America! Salud Report Card highlights health issues in your county (vs. state + nation) with data, policy solutions, research, and stories so you can start and support healthy changes for Latino kids.

Create a report for your area

Select your state and county to see your own report card:
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How can you use it?

Let people know what health issues are important to you!

Email the link to:
  • Your local and state PTA
  • Your county and city health department
  • Your friends, family, teachers
Print the report and hand it to:
  • Your city and school leaders
Share the report:
  • On social media
  • With your neighborhood association, town halls, public health departments

You know the start a change!

Want to solve one of these health issues?

Log in to our website and use our research, which suggests lots of achievable healthy changes, or our many posts about policy changes happening now. Or follow the footsteps of Salud Heroes and how they made change, like opening locked playgrounds after school hours!

Get help

Email our Salud America! digital curators, Eric, Lisa, and Amanda at They can answer questions and help you access information and data/maps on many other topics.

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Salud America! is a national online network of researchers, community group leaders, decision-makers, and members of the public working together to support healthy policy and environmental changes that can help reverse obesity among Latino children.

The network, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is a project of the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) at The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio.

Policies, comments, external links, and contributed stories and images are not affiliated with Salud America!, RWJF, or The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, nor do they necessarily reflect the views of or endorsement by these organizations.

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