A Changing Kansas: Implications for Health and Communities
Shows changes in Kansas' population since 1960 and population projections through 2066, with breakdowns by urban, semi-urban, densely settled rural, rural, and frontier location. Includes information and statistics on poverty, education, access to care and healthy food, physical activity, tobacco, and community engagement.
D. Charles Hunt, Lawrence John Panas
Kansas Health Institute
Access · Community engagement and volunteerism · Food security and nutrition · Physical activity · Poverty · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Kansas