This website provides an annual ranking of the 50 states from the healthiest to the least healthy. 23 categories are included in the Rankings by Measure, such as prevalence of binge drinking, prevalence of obesity, and air pollution
Located at UNC Chapel Hill, the organization publishes graduation gap reports for NCAA Division athletes, by selected sport. The latest report (September 2012) found that " . . . NCAA D-I football players (especially FBS players) do not graduate at rates comparable to full-‐time male college students at most NCAA Division-I universities.”
Despite the ads, this is a valuable website which bills itself as ". . . a free resource for the exercise professional, coach, or fitness enthusiast featuring comprehensive exercise libraries, fitness assessment calculators, and reference articles."
This is an annual report on the health status of the nation, prepared by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. It identifies variations in health status, modifiable risk factors, and health care utilization by age, race and ethnicity, gender, education, income level, and geographic distribution.
In 2007, the Foundation issued Who's Playing College Sports: Trends in Participation, which the foundation says " provides the most accurate and comprehensive examination of participation trends to date. We analyze data from almost every higher education institution in the country and utilize data and methods that are free of the shortcomings present in previous research . . . . A 10-year NCAA sample containing 738 NCAA colleges and universities is examined over the 1995-96 to 2004-05 period."