Derry, New Hampshire — Behavioral Patterns

Alcohol, Tobacco and Drug Use

Percentage of the total adult population in Rockingham County, New Hampshire that reported themselves either as a smoker, as a "heavy" drinker or someone who has recently used illicit drugs. Sources: CDC Community Health Status Indicators Report (drug use) and RWJ County Health Rankings (alcohol and tobacco use).

Percentage of the Population
Compared to State and National
Substance New Hampshire United States
Alcohol 17.5% +2.5% 14.6% +5.4%
Tobacco 18.6% -1.6% 20.5% -3.5%
Drugs 6.9% -0.4% 5.6% +0.9%

Teen Pregnancy

Teen birth rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-19) in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Source: County Health Rankings (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation)

Teen Birth Rate
Compared to State and National
Group New Hampshire United States
Females 15-19 20.9 -8.9 45.8 -33.8

Physical Inactivity

A person is considered physically inactive if during the past month, other than a regular job, he or she did not participate in any physical activities or exercises such as running, calisthenics, golf, gardening, or walking for exercise. Source: National Diabetes Surveillance System (CDC)

Physically Inactive
Compared to State and National
New Hampshire United States
Physically Inactive 22.0% -1.9% 28.0% -7.9%

Preventive Care

Percentage of relevant populations who avail themselves of age- and sex-appropriate preventive care measures. Source: CDC: The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)

Compared to State and National
Procedure New Hampshire United States
Pap Smear 84.4% +1.7% 82.0% +4.1%
Mammogram 81.8% +3.9% 80.0% +5.7%
Colonoscopy 49.7% +3.5% 43.1% +10.1%
Pneumonia Vaccine 67.1% +0.7% 65.5% +2.2%
Flu Vaccine 71.6% +0% 69.4% +2.2%