There’s a new CDC Sortable Stats web application that went live a couple of weeks ago that provides an interactive tool to analyze behavioral risk factors and health indicators compiled from various published CDC and federal sources. You can search by state for things like death rates (e.g. infant mortality, heart disease, motor vehicle death rates, etc.); health burden (e.g. obesity, Hepatitis B & C, diabetes, teen birth rate, etc.); risk factors (e.g. smoking, physical activity, seat belt use, etc.); and preventive services (colorectal cancer screening, flu vaccine, and child vaccination coverage).
A good place to start are the individual fact sheets for individual states or territories. Here’s a link to the Arizona report.