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report of findings april 1 2005 project dhr001
Georgia Department

of Human ResourcesAssessment and Evaluation Study

Report of Findings

April 1, 2005

Project #DHR001

objectives
Objectives
  • Assess and evaluate Georgians’ current knowledge, attitudes, opinions, and awareness of chronic disease and chronic disease prevention.
  • Establish a baseline for evaluating the effectiveness of the Healthy Georgia campaign by measuring the change in overall knowledge, attitudes, opinions, and awareness levels.
  • Gather information that will influence the strategic direction for campaign messaging and execution moving forward.
methodology target audience
Methodology & Target Audience
  • 1,000 telephone interviews were conducted throughout the state of Georgia from February 15 to 28, 2005.
  • Participants included Georgia residents age 18 to 64.
  • A statewide random sample of Georgia residents was used to conduct the study. Participants were called Monday through Friday from 5PM to 9PM, Saturday from 12PM to 8PM, and on Sunday from 3PM to 8PM. Telephone numbers were called six times before retiring. Participants were screened and qualified based on having the most recent birthday in the household.
  • Participants were offered the opportunity to complete the survey using either an English or Spanish version of the questionnaire.
  • 50 pre-test interviews were conducted and included in the results of the study.
  • The final data was weighted by the following factors:
    • Number of telephone numbers per household.
    • Number of adults per household.
    • State population distribution according to age, race, and sex.
key findings
Key Findings

Perceptions Regarding Health

  • 78% of Georgians surveyed described their health as “good” or “very good.”

Chronic Disease Awareness and Prevention - Screening

  • Cancer, Diabetes, and Heart Disease top the list of the most important diseases to get screened or checked for, while the importance of being screened for Osteoporosis, Obesity, Asthma, and Arthritis lacks awareness.

Chronic Disease Awareness and Prevention – Preventative Measures

  • Eating healthy, being physically active, and not using tobacco are recognized as important to keeping healthy; having a positive attitude and seeing a doctor for an annual check up are not yet considered core measures of prevention.
  • There is little awareness that the core components for a healthy lifestyle are meaningful in the prevention of chronic diseases other than Cancer, Heart Disease, and Diabetes.
key findings1
Key Findings

Healthy Georgia Campaign Awareness

  • As expected at the benchmark stage, Georgians are not familiar with the campaign, nor have they reported hearing much about any of the potential slogans.
  • Many Georgians indicated they hear something “all the time” about eating healthy, being physically active, and not using tobacco; yet, by comparison, few say the same about the need to see a doctor for an annual check up or the need to be positive.
  • Television was the primary source of health information listed by Georgians, followed by doctors/healthcare providers, magazines, and the Internet.
key findings2
Key Findings

Differences by Segment – Presence of Healthcare vs. Absence of Healthcare

  • Georgians without healthcare tend to have lower association between unhealthy diet or physical inactivity and chronic disease.

Differences by Segment – Ethnicity

  • Caucasian Georgians tend to be the most aware of chronic disease and preventative measures, with African-Americans a close second.
  • Hispanics seem to be significantly less aware of the importance of screening for chronic disease or how the four key components of a healthy lifestyle are necessary to prevent chronic disease.
opportunities
Opportunities

Chronic Disease Awareness and Prevention

  • Educate Georgians on the importance of a positive attitude and seeing a doctor for annual check ups as key factors in chronic disease prevention.
  • Work to realign Georgians’ perceptions about what it means to eat healthy and be physically active.
    • Provide guidelines and clear direction regarding what needs to be done by Georgians to accomplish the four preventative measures.
    • Raise awareness about the five preventative measures and how they can help prevent chronic disease.
    • Deepen Georgians’ awareness and understanding of chronic disease, including the lesser-known diseases such as obesity, asthma, arthritis, and osteoporosis.
how would you rate your current health
78%How Would You Rate Your Current Health?

Very good

Good

Fair

Poor

(n=1000)

Q18. At this time, how would you rate your health?

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Contributing Factors To Current HealthVERBATIM EXAMPLES

Very Good

Fair

  • “Attitude, exercise, eating habits.”
  • “It's just a combo of eating well and living well.”
  • “Luck.”
  • “I live a good life. I don't drink and I am a family person.”
  • “Preventive medicine care.”
  • “Being obese and diabetic.”
  • “Genetics.”
  • “Work related stress, overwork.”
  • “A lot of wrong habits, I grew up eating the wrong things, and diseases work on you as you go.”
  • “I'm disabled and I can't move around very much.”

Good

Poor

  • “Trying to eat healthy and exercise and stay active not only physically but mentally.”
  • “Eat, take vitamins, exercise, and wash.”
  • “I live consciously and try to moderate stress. “
  • “Work. Good hard work.”
  • “A lot of it is activity and attitude, not sitting around having pity parties.”
  • “All the illnesses I have; I have no immune system; I have several diseases.”
  • “Overweight, arthritis. Due to my poor health I don't get out and exercise, I should.”
  • “Not having insurance to go to doctors to get my medication.”
  • “Overweight, smoke and don't go to gym.”
  • “My genetics or my genes: my parents have many of the same problems as me.”

Q19. What do you think contributes most to your (insert answer from Q18) health?

for which diseases is it important to be screened or checked
For Which Diseases Is It Important To Be Screened Or Checked?

Other=14%

Multiple responses allowed

DK/RF/NA=8%

(n=1000)

Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think are important to get screened or checked for:

things georgians think can keep them healthy and decrease chronic disease unaided responses
Things Georgians “Think” Can Keep Them Healthy And Decrease Chronic DiseaseUNAIDED RESPONSES

Eating healthy

Being

physically active

Don’t

use tobacco

Regular

check ups

Take vitamins

Reduce alcohol consumption

Reduce stress

Positive attitude

*Chart does not reflect

other responses at less than 3%

Q8. What can you do to keep yourself healthy and decrease your chance of getting a

disease like cancer, heart disease, obesity (being very overweight), diabetes, asthma, arthritis and osteoporosis (weak bones)?

(n=1000)

things georgians think vs do to keep healthy and decrease chronic disease unaided responses
Do To Keep Healthy

(n=934)

Other=8%

DK/RF/NA=9%

Things Georgians “Think” vs. “Do” To Keep Healthy And Decrease Chronic DiseaseUNAIDED RESPONSES

Think Can Keep Healthy

(n= 1000)

Other=8%

DK/RF/NA=5%

Eating healthy

Being

physically active

Don’t

use tobacco

Regular

check ups

Take vitamins

Reduce alcohol consumption

Reduce stress

Positive attitude

Q8. What can you do to keep yourself healthy and decrease your chance of getting a

disease like cancer, heart disease, obesity (being very overweight), diabetes, asthma, arthritis and osteoporosis (weak bones)? And Q10. Which of these do you actually do?

*Chart does not reflect

other responses at less than 2%

does tobacco use increase risk of certain diseases
Does Tobacco Use Increase Risk Of Certain Diseases?

91%Cancer

28%Heart Disease

16% Emphysema

Don’t know

5%

9%Asthma

6% Respiratory/Lung Disease

No

6%

2%Diabetes

Yes

1%Obesity

89%

1%Osteoporosis

(n=891)

(n=1000)

Q11. Do you think using tobacco increases your chance of getting certain diseases? AND Q12. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

does not being physically active increase risk of certain diseases
Does Not Being Physically Active Increase Risk Of Certain Diseases?

56%Heart Disease

Don’t know

29%Obesity

4%

20%Diabetes

9%Cancer

No

16%

8%Osteoporosis

8% Arthritis

Yes

5% High blood pressure/Hypertension

80%

3%Asthma

1%Cholesterol

(n=799)

(n=1000)

Q15. Do you think not being physically active increases your chance of getting certain diseases? AND Q16. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

does an unhealthy diet increase risk of certain diseases
Does An Unhealthy Diet Increase Risk Of Certain Diseases?

41%Heart Disease

34%Diabetes

Don’t know

24%Obesity

4%

22%Cancer

7% High blood pressure/Hypertension

No

12%

5%Osteoporosis

Yes

4% Cholesterol

84%

2% Arthritis

2%Asthma

(n=839)

(n=1000)

Q13. Do you think not eating healthy increases your chance of getting certain diseases? AND Q14. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

diseases tobacco use unhealthy diet and not being physically active increase chance of getting
91%

56%

41%

34%

29%

28%

24%

22%

20%

9%

9%

8%

8%

5%

3%

2%

2%

1%

2%

0%

1%

Cancer

Heart

Disease

Diabetes

Obesity

Osteoporosis

Arthritis

Asthma

Diseases Tobacco Use, Unhealthy Diet, And Not Being Physically Active Increase Chance Of Getting

Tobacco use

(n= 891)

Unhealthy diet

(n=839)

Not being

physically active

(n=799)

Multiple responses allowed

Q12., Q14., AND Q16. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

familiarity with the healthy georgia campaign
Familiarity With The Healthy Georgia Campaign

Very familiar

Somewhat familiar

Not very familiar

Not at all familiar

(n=1000)

Q24. How familiar are you with the Healthy Georgia campaign to make people aware of how to be healthier?

frequency of exposure to healthy georgia themes
Not very often

All the time

Sometimes

Never

Frequency Of Exposure To Healthy Georgia Themes

Live Healthy Georgia

Be Healthy Georgia

Think Healthy Georgia

Adds to + / - 100% due to rounding error

(n=1000)

Q25. How often do you read, see or hear anything about any of the following statements?

frequency of exposure to healthy georgia messages
All the time

Not very often

Sometimes

Never

Frequency Of Exposure To Healthy Georgia Messages

Don’t use

tobacco

Be positive

Eat healthy

Be physically

active

Get a health

check-up/

annual physical

Adds to + / - 100% due to rounding error

(n=1000)

Q26. How often do you read, see or hear something about the need to:

source of health information
Source Of Health Information

Note: Shading indicates significant difference.

Other=8%

DK/RF/NA=3%

(n=1000)

Multiple responses allowed

Q27. Where do you get your health information?

for which diseases is it important to be screened or checked1
For Which Diseases Is It Important To Be Screened Or Checked?

HEALTHCARE VS. NO HEALTHCARE

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Respondents with

healthcare coverage

(n=767)

Respondents without

healthcare coverage

(n=231)

Diabetes

Heart Disease

AIDS/HIV

I don’t know

Multiple responses allowed

Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think are important to get screened or checked for.

things georgians think can keep them healthy and decrease chronic disease
Things Georgians Think Can Keep Them Healthy And Decrease Chronic Disease

HEALTHCARE VS. NO HEALTHCARE

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Respondents with

healthcare coverage

(n=767)

Respondents without

healthcare coverage

(n=231)

Eating healthy

Being physically active

Q8. What can you do to keep yourself healthy and decrease your chance of getting a

disease like cancer, heart disease, obesity (being very overweight), diabetes, asthma, arthritis and osteoporosis (weak bones)?

diseases not being physically active increases chance of getting
Diseases Not Being Physically Active Increases Chance Of Getting

HEALTHCARE VS. NO HEALTHCARE

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Respondents with

healthcare coverage

(n=767)

Respondents without

healthcare coverage

(n=231)

Heart Disease

Diabetes

High blood pressure

I don’t know

Multiple responses allowed

Q16. What diseases does it increase your chance of getting?

diseases not eating healthy increases chance of getting
Diseases Not Eating Healthy Increases Chance Of Getting

HEALTHCARE VS. NO HEALTHCARE

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Respondents with

healthcare coverage

(n=767)

Respondents without

healthcare coverage

(n=231)

Heart Disease

Diabetes

Cancer

I don’t know

Multiple responses allowed

Q14. What diseases does it increase your chance of getting?

perception of current health1
Perception of Current Health

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Very Good

Fair

Q18. At this time, how would you rate your health:

for which diseases is it important to be screened or checked2
For Which Diseases Is It Important To Be Screened Or Checked?

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Breast

cancer

Heart

disease

Colon

cancer

Cervical

cancer

Blood

pressure

AIDS/

HIV

I don’t know

Multiple responses allowed

Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think are important to get screened or checked for.

things georgians think can keep them healthy and decrease chronic disease1
Things Georgians “Think” Can Keep Them Healthy and Decrease Chronic Disease

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Being physically active

Don’t use tobacco

Taking vitamins

Q8. What can you do to keep yourself healthy and decrease your chance of getting a

disease like cancer, heart disease, obesity (being very overweight), diabetes, asthma, arthritis and osteoporosis (weak bones)?

does tobacco use increase risk of certain diseases1
Does Tobacco Use Increase Risk Of Certain Diseases?

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

No

Yes

I don’t know

Adds to + / - 100% due to rounding error

Q11. Do you think using tobacco increases your chance of getting certain diseases?

diseases tobacco use increases risk of getting
Diseases Tobacco Use Increases Risk Of Getting

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Cancer

Heart Disease

Emphysema

Respiratory Disease

I don’t know

Multiple responses allowed

Q12. What diseases does it increase your chance of getting?

does not being physically active increase risk of certain diseases1
Does Not Being Physically Active Increase Risk Of Certain Diseases?

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Yes

No

Note: “I don’t know” responses

not included on chart

Q15. Do you think not being physically active increases your chance of getting certain diseases?

diseases not being physically active increases risk of getting
Diseases Not Being Physically Active Increases Risk Of Getting

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Heart Disease

Diabetes

Cancer

High blood pressure

I don’t know

Multiple responses allowed

Q16. What diseases does it increase your chance of getting?

does an unhealthy diet increase risk of certain diseases1
Does An Unhealthy Diet Increase Risk Of Certain Diseases?

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Yes

No

Note: “I don’t know” responses

not included on chart

Q13. Do you think not eating healthy increases your chance of getting certain diseases?

diseases an unhealthy diet increases risk of getting
Diseases An Unhealthy Diet Increases Risk Of Getting

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Heart Disease

Diabetes

Cancer

High blood

pressure

Osteoporosis

I don’t know

Multiple responses allowed

Q14. What diseases does it increase your chance of getting?

visited doctor or health clinic in past year
Visited Doctor Or Health Clinic In Past Year

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Yes

Adds to + / - 100% due to rounding error

No

Q21. Have you visited a doctor or health clinic in the past year?

reason for visit
Reason For Visit

ETHNICITY

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Caucasian

(n=601)

African American

(n=276)

Hispanic

(n=80)

Check up/Annual physical

Illness/Specific problem

Both

Q22. Of the following three things, which best describes why you visited a doctor or health clinic?

for which diseases is it important to be screened or checked3
Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

18-24

(n=203)

25-34

(n=251)

35-44

(n=230)

45-54

(n=203)

55-64

(n=113)

For Which Diseases Is It Important To Be Screened Or Checked?

AGE

Colon cancer

Breast cancer

Heart disease

Diabetes

Multiple responses allowed

Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think it’s important to get screened or checked for.

for which diseases is it important to be screened or checked4
Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

18-24

(n=203)

25-34

(n=251)

35-44

(n=230)

45-54

(n=203)

55-64

(n=113)

For Which Diseases Is It Important To Be Screened Or Checked?

AGE (Continued)

Blood pressure

Other cancer

AIDS/HIV

Multiple responses allowed

Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think it’s important to get screened or checked for.

for which diseases is it important to be screened or checked5
For Which Diseases Is It Important To Be Screened Or Checked?

GENDER

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Male respondents

(n=500)

Female respondents

(n=500)

I don’t know

Prostate cancer

Diabetes

Cervical cancer

Breast Cancer

Multiple responses allowed

Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think are important to get screened or checked for?

things georgians think can keep them healthy and decrease chronic disease2
Things Georgians “Think” Can Keep Them Healthy And Decrease Chronic Disease

GENDER

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Male respondents

(n=500)

Female respondents

(n=500)

Eating healthy

Q8. What can you do to keep yourself healthy and decrease your chance of getting a

disease like cancer, heart disease, obesity (being very overweight), diabetes, asthma, arthritis and osteoporosis (weak bones)?

visited doctor or health clinic in past year1
Visited Doctor Or Health Clinic In Past Year

GENDER

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Male respondents

(n=500)

Female respondents

(n=500)

Q21. Have you visited a doctor or health clinic in the past year?

reason for visit1
Reason For Visit

GENDER

Total random

respondents

(n= 1000)

Male respondents

(n=500)

Female respondents

(n=500)

Check up/

Annual physical

Illness/

Specific problem

Q22. Of the following three things, which best describes why you visited a doctor or health clinic?

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Age

18-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

(n=1000)

Q6. Which of the choices that I am about to read to you best describes your age?

gender
Gender

Male

Female

(n=1000)

Q7. What is your gender?

ethnicity
Ethnicity

Caucasian

Black/

African-American

Hispanic/

Latino

Other

Adds to + / - 100% due to rounding error

DK/RF/NA=1%

(n=1000)

Q35. Which best describes your ethnic background?

total yearly household income
Total Yearly Household Income

Less than

$20,000

$20,000-

$49,999

$50,000-

$74,999

$75,000-

$99,999

$100,000

or more

DK/RF/NA=16%

(n=1000)

Q29. Is the total yearly income of all those people living in your home:

marital status
Marital Status

Married or spousal equivalent

Divorced or widowed

Single

DK/RF/NA=1%

(n=1000)

Q31. Which best describes your marital status?

number of adults in household age 18
Number of Adults In Household Age 18+

One

Two

Three

Four

Five or more

(n=1000)

Q4. How many people that live in your home, including you, are age 18 or older?

children under 18 in household
Children Under 18 In Household

Yes

No

DK/RF/NA=1%

(n=1000)

Q32. Do you have any children younger than age 18 living in your home?

do you have any kind of healthcare coverage
Do You Have Any Kind Of Healthcare Coverage?

Yes

No

(n=1000)

Q23. Do you have any kind of health care coverage, including health insurance, prepaid plans such as HMOs, Medicare or Medicaid?

do you have any kind of healthcare coverage1
Do You Have Any Kind Of Healthcare Coverage?

AGE

Yes

No

18-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

Adds to + / - 100% due to rounding error

(n=1000)

Q23. Do you have any kind of health care coverage, including health insurance, prepaid plans such as HMOs, Medicare or Medicaid?

do you have any kind of healthcare coverage2
Do You Have Any Kind Of Healthcare Coverage?

GENDER

Yes

No

Male

Female

(n=1000)

Q23. Do you have any kind of health care coverage, including health insurance, prepaid plans such as HMOs, Medicare or Medicaid?

do you have any kind of healthcare coverage3
Do You Have Any Kind Of Healthcare Coverage?

ETHNICITY

Yes

No

Hispanic

African-

American

White

(n=1000)

Q23. Do you have any kind of health care coverage, including health insurance, prepaid plans such as HMOs, Medicare or Medicaid?

visited doctor or health clinic in the past year
Visited Doctor Or Health Clinic In The Past Year

Yes

No

(n=1000)

Q21. Have you visited a doctor of health clinic in the past year?

reason for visiting doctor or health clinic
Reason For Visiting Doctor Or Health Clinic

Check-up/

Annual physical

Illness/

Specific problem

Both

Adds to + / - 100% due to rounding error

(n=810)

Q22. Of the following 3 things, which best describes why you visited a doctor or health clinic?

prevalence of chronic disease by household
Prevalence Of Chronic Disease By Household

Arthritis

Asthma

Obesity

Diabetes

Heart

Disease

Cancer

Osteoporosis

(n=1000)

Multiple responses allowed

Q.20. Do you or anyone in your household have any of the following:

number of employed household members
Number of Employed Household Members

None

One

Two or more

(n=1000)

Q28. How many people who live in your home, including yourself, are currently employed full-time or part-time outside of your home?

number of telephone numbers in home
Number of Telephone Numbers In Home

One

Two

Three or more

(n=1000)

Q33. Not including cell numbers, how many telephone numbers do you have at your home?

internet access
Internet Access

Yes

No

(n=1000)

Q30. Do you have access to the Internet at home?

region of georgia data tabulated by 10 health regions
Region of GeorgiaDATA TABULATED BY 10 HEALTH REGIONS

North/

Northwest

Metro

Atlanta

Coastal/

Southeast

South/

Southwest

South

Central/

North Central

East

Central

West

Central

Northeast

North

LaGrange

Adds to + / - 100% due to rounding error

(n=1000)

Q34. In which county in Georgia do you live?

length of residence in united states
Length Of Residence In United States

BASE: HISPANIC/LATINO

1 to 3

years

4 to 7

years

7 to 10

years

10 years

or more

Born in U.S.

(n=83)

Q36. How long have you lived in the United States?

country of origin
Country Of Origin

BASE: HISPANIC/LATINOS NOT BORN IN U.S.

Mexico

Guatemala

Argentina

Ecuador

El Salvador

Puerto Rico

Columbia

Venezuela

Other

Adds to + / - 100% due to rounding error

(n=72)

Q37. Which country are you or your immediate family originally from:

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Q18. At this time, how would you rate your health?

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Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think are important to get screened or checked for:

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Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think are important to get screened or checked for:

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Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think are important to get screened or checked for:

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Q17. Please tell me which diseases you think are important to get screened or checked for:

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Q8. What can you do to keep yourself healthy and decrease your chance of getting a

disease like cancer, heart disease, obesity (being very overweight), diabetes, asthma, arthritis and osteoporosis (weak bones)?

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Q8. What can you do to keep yourself healthy and decrease your chance of getting a

disease like cancer, heart disease, obesity (being very overweight), diabetes, asthma, arthritis and osteoporosis (weak bones)?

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Q10. Which of these do you actually do?

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Q10. Which of these do you actually do?

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Q11. Do you think using tobacco increases your chance of getting certain diseases?

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Q12. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

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Q12. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

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Q15. Do you think not being physically active increases your chance of getting certain diseases?

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Q16. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

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Q16. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

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Q16. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

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Q13. Do you think not eating healthy increases your chance of getting certain diseases?

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Q14. What diseases does it increase your chances of getting?

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Q27. Where do you get your health information?

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Q27. Where do you get your health information?

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Q27. Where do you get your health information?

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Q23. Do you have any kind of health care coverage, including health insurance, prepaid plans such as HMOs, Medicare or Medicaid?

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Q21. Have you visited a doctor or health clinic in the past year?

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Q22. Of the following three things, which best describes why you visited a doctor or health clinic?

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Q.20. Do you or anyone in your household have any of the following:

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Q.20. Do you or anyone in your household have any of the following:

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