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1 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson BRFSS Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2003 Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. BRFSS Survey Results State Center for Health Statistics Division of Public Health North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

2 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson History of the BRFSS Survey Developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state health departments in the early 1980s in response to the need for: 1. on-going assessment of adult health-risk behaviors and health practices; 2. provision of state and regional (and now county) estimates for targeting high-risk groups. It is the largest and longest running telephone health survey in the world.

3 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson BRFSS in the U.S., 1984

4 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson BRFSS in the U.S., 1990

5 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson BRFSS in the U.S., 1994 Guam Puerto Rico Virgin Islands

6 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson The 2003 North Carolina BRFSS For the 2003 survey, the North Carolina BRFSS Program conducted interviews in both English and Spanish and interviewed a total of 9,455 adults. The 2003 sample design included over-sampling of five counties and 12 regions consisting of more than 50 smaller counties to produce county or regional BRFSS estimates. In addition, estimates were produced for three, broad regions of the state: Western, Piedmont, and Eastern. The 2003 results for each question are available on the BRFSS web site by sex, race, Hispanic origin and language (English, Spanish-only), age group, education level, household income, and county and region. The 2003 data provide estimates on the health of Native Americans and Spanish-speaking only Hispanics, see: /2003/highlights.html

7 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Weighting the BRFSS Data BRFSS data are directly weighted for the probability of selection of a telephone number, the number of adults (18+ yrs.) in a household, and the number of phones in a household. Additional weights are developed for non-coverage, i.e. households with no telephones, and for differences between the sample characteristics and the state population characteristics. A final weight is assigned to each respondent so that the weighted proportion and weighted number of respondents by sex, age, and race matches the state population. Note: all results are based on weighted data

8 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Standard BRFSS Data Collection Methods Ongoing monthly telephone interviews using random digit dialing Computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) Probability sampling of noninstitutionalized adults (18+ years) in households with telephones

9 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson The BRFSS Questionnaire Standard Core Questions Required by CDC and asked every year by all participants. Rotating Core Questions Required by CDC and asked every other year by all participants. Emerging Core Questions Required by CDC and asked every one time by all participants. Optional Modules offered and supported by CDC Included if sponsored by state programs/agencies. State-Added Questions Developed and sponsored by state programs/agencies.

10 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Survey Topics on the NC 2003 BRFSS Core Sections Health status Health care access Diabetes Hypertension Cholesterol Weight control Asthma Immunization Tobacco/alcohol Arthritis/disability Demographics Physical Activity Veterans status HIV/AIDs Optional Modules Diabetes Influenza Heart Attack & Stroke Cardiovascular disease Tobacco indicators Other tobacco products Binge drinking State-added Arthritis Disability & aging Tobacco tax Diabetes screening Weight loss products Violence

11 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson About this 2003 BRFSS Slide Presentation Objectives: (1) promote BRFSS data use and dissemination by North Carolina public health professionals; and (2) by mixing or selecting specific slides, presentations may be tailored or modified to suit the needs of the county/presenter. Talking points: slides include talking points to help with interpretation of the results. Survey questions: the BRFSS survey questions are quoted verbatim in the talking points. Nationwide data: for core topics, nationwide estimates (means) are provided for comparison. Calculations: only weighted data are presented and all unknowns/refusals are excluded from calculations.

12 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson About this 2002 BRFSS Presentation (cont.) Cautionary Notes: –These results need to be viewed as estimates and not the actual or true value of the outcome of interest. –With any estimate based on a random sample, there is a margin of error. For the 16 oversampled counties and regions the margin of error is about 5% if the question was asked of all respondents. This means that we can expect the true value to lie somewhere between the sample estimate plus or minus 5 percent. –When county results are subset by age or race, for example, the margin of error increases as a function of the resulting smaller sample size. –Use caution when comparing the results across counties, as the margin of error may not be the same for all counties.

13 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Geographical Analysis Used in this Presentation In this presentation, we show the results for the featured county or region of interest with those of North Carolina, the states urban and rural counties, three regions of the state including the Western, Eastern and Piedmont regions, and the results for the United States, when BRFSS questions appear in Core Section or in standard Modules. Urban and rural counties are defined as follows: Urban counties include Buncombe, Cumberland, Davidson, Durham, Forsyth, Gaston, Guilford, Mecklenburg, Onslow and Wake. All other counties are classified as rural.

14 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Geographical Analysis (cont.) The three regions are defined accordingly: The Western region includes Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Buncombe, Burke, Caldwell, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, McDowell, Macon, Madison, Mitchell, Polk, Rutherford, Surry, Swain, Transylvania, Watauga, Wilkes, and Yancey counties. The Eastern region includes Beaufort, Bertie, Bladen, Brunswick, Camden, Carteret, Chowan, Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Currituck, Dare, Duplin, Edgecombe, Gates, Greene, Halifax, Harnett, Hertford, Hoke, Hyde, Johnston, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, Nash, New Hanover, Northampton, Onslow, Pamlico, Pasquotank, Pender, Perquimans, Pitt, Robeson, Sampson, Scotland, Tyrrell, Washington, Wayne, and Wilson counties. The Piedmont region includes Alamance, Alexander, Anson, Cabarrus, Caswell, Catawba, Chatham, Cleveland, Davidson, Davie, Durham, Forsyth, Franklin, Gaston, Granville, Guilford, Iredell, Lee, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Moore, Orange, Person, Randolph, Richmond, Rockingham, Rowan, Stanly, Stokes, Union, Vance, Wake, Warren, and Yadkin counties.

15 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Contents of Presentation i. Sample Size & DemographicsSample Size & Demographics I.Health Status/Healthy DaysHealth Status/Healthy Days II.Health Care AccessHealth Care Access III.Chronic DiseasesChronic Diseases IV.DisabilityDisability V.Care for AgingCare for Aging VI.ImmunizationImmunization VII.Physical ActivityPhysical Activity VIII.Tobacco UseTobacco Use IX.Tobacco PreventionTobacco Prevention X.Rules About SmokingRules About Smoking XI.Other Tobacco ProductsOther Tobacco Products XII.Tobacco TaxTobacco Tax XIII. Risk FactorsRisk Factors XIV. HIV/AIDSHIV/AIDS XV. ObesityObesity XVI. Weight ControlWeight Control XVII. Weight Loss ProductsWeight Loss Products XVIII. Knowledge of Signs & Symptoms of Heart Attack & StrokeKnowledge of Signs & Symptoms of Heart Attack & Stroke XIX. Cardiovascular DiseaseCardiovascular Disease XX. Excess Sun ExposureExcess Sun Exposure XXI. Binge DrinkingBinge Drinking XXII. FallsFalls XXIII. Physical AssaultPhysical Assault XXIV BRFSS Tracked HP2010 Objectives2003 BRFSS Tracked HP2010 Objectives

16 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson i. Sample Size & Demographics

17 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson 2003 NC BRFSS Sample Size

18 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson 2003 NC BRFSS Sample Demographic Characteristics *weighted percentages

19 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson 2002 NC BRFSS Sample Demographic Characteristics (cont.) *weighted percentages

20 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson I. Health Status/Healthy Days Perceived Fair/Poor Health Poor Physical Health Days Poor Mental Health Days Restricted Activity Days I. Health Status/Healthy Days

21 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Perceived Fair or Poor Health I. Health Status/Healthy Days

22 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Fair or Poor Health by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % I. Health Status/Healthy Days

23 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Poor Physical Health Days (8+ days out of past 30 days) I. Health Status/Healthy Days

24 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Poor Mental Health Days (8+ days out of past 30 days) I. Health Status/Healthy Days

25 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Restricted Activity Days (8+ days past 30 days)* I. Health Status/Healthy Days

26 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson II. Health Care Access No Health Insurance Coverage No Personal Doctor Cost Prevented Access

27 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson No Health Insurance Coverage (ages 18 to 64) II. Health Care Access

28 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson No Health Insurance Coverage by Sex, Race, Age (18-64 yrs.), Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % II. Health Care Access

29 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson No Health Insurance Coverage (all ages) II. Health Care Access

30 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Does Not Have a Personal Doctor* II. Health Care Access

31 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Time When Needed To See Doctor But Could Not Because of Cost II. Health Care Access

32 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson III. Chronic Diseases Arthritis Asthma Diabetes High Blood Pressure High Cholesterol III. Chronic Diseases

33 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson III. Chronic Diseases Arthritis

34 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Told by a Doctor You Have Some Form of Arthritis III. Chronic Diseases

35 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson The Prevalence of Arthritis by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % III. Chronic Diseases

36 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Joint Pain in Past 30 Days III. Chronic Diseases

37 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Joint Symptoms Began More than Three Months Ago* III. Chronic Diseases

38 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Seen a Health Professional for Joint Symptoms* III. Chronic Diseases

39 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Now Limited Because of Joint Symptoms or Arthritis III. Chronic Diseases

40 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Joint Symptoms or Arthritis Now Affects Work-related Activities III. Chronic Diseases

41 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Doctor Suggested Losing Weight to Help with Arthritis or Joint Symptoms III. Chronic Diseases

42 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Doctor Suggested Physical Activity to Help with Arthritis or Joint Symptoms III. Chronic Diseases

43 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson III. Chronic Diseases Asthma

44 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Diagnosed with Asthma III. Chronic Diseases

45 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Diagnosed with Asthma by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % III. Chronic Diseases

46 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Currently has Asthma III. Chronic Diseases

47 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson III. Chronic Diseases Diabetes

48 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Diabetes Prevalence III. Chronic Diseases

49 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson The Prevalence of Diabetes by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % III. Chronic Diseases

50 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Had a Blood Test for Diabetes III. Chronic Diseases

51 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Had a Blood Test for Diabetes in the Past Three Years III. Chronic Diseases

52 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Diabetes Management Indicators – NC & US III. Chronic Diseases %

53 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Diabetes Risk Indicators – NC & US III. Chronic Diseases % State Quest. Only

54 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson III. Chronic Diseases High Blood Pressure

55 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Told by Health Professional that You Have High Blood Pressure III. Chronic Diseases

56 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson The Prevalence of High Blood Pressure by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % III. Chronic Diseases

57 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Currently Taking Medicine for High Blood Pressure III. Chronic Diseases

58 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson III. Chronic Diseases High Cholesterol

59 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Told by a Doctor that Your Blood Cholesterol is High III. Chronic Diseases

60 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson The Prevalence of High Cholesterol by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % III. Chronic Diseases

61 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Have Had Blood Cholesterol Checked III. Chronic Diseases

62 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson IV. Disability Some type of disability Disability Measures: Self-perceived Need for special equipment Activity limitation Learning/memory problem IV. Disability

63 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Has Some Type of Disability IV. Disability

64 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson The Prevalence of Disability by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % IV. Disability

65 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Measure: Self - perceived Disability IV. Disability

66 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Measure: Health Problem Requires Use of Special Equipment IV. Disability

67 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Measure: Activity Limitation b/c of Physical or Emotional Problems IV. Disability

68 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Measure: Trouble Learning and Remembering IV. Disability

69 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson V. Care for Aging Assistance provided to aging family member/friend Memory loss of aging care recipient V. Care for Aging

70 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Provided Care/Assistance to a Family Member w/Long Term Illness V. Care for Aging

71 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Demographics of Care-giver for Graham, Swain & Jackson Counties & NC % V. Care for Aging

72 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Person Who Received Care Had a Problem with Memory Loss V. Care for Aging

73 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson VI. Immunization Had flu shot past year Had flu shot in health dept. Ever had pneumonia shot

74 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Had Flu Shot in Past Year VI. Immunization

75 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Recent* Flu Shot by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % VI. Immunization

76 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Had Flu Shot in Health Department VI. Immunization

77 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Had a Pneumonia Shot (all ages) VI. Immunization

78 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Had a Pneumonia Shot (age 65+) VI. Immunization

79 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson VII. Physical Activity No leisure time physical activity Does not meet recommendation Moderate physical activity Vigorous physical activity Work activity

80 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson No Leisure Time Physical Activity VII. Physical Activity

81 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson No Leisure Time Activity by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % VII. Physical Activity

82 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Does Not Meet Recommendation for Physical Activity VII. Physical Activity

83 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Engages in Moderate Physical Activity VII. Physical Activity

84 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Adequate Moderate Physical Activity per Week VII. Physical Activity

85 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Engages in Vigorous Physical Activity VII. Physical Activity

86 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Adequate Vigorous Physical Activity per Week VII. Physical Activity

87 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Mostly Sitting or Standing at Work VII. Physical Activity

88 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson VIII. Tobacco Use Current smoker Smoked 100+ cigarettes Age first started smoking

89 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Current Smoker VIII. Tobacco Use

90 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Current Smoking by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % VIII. Tobacco Use

91 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Smoked at Least 100 Cigarettes in Lifetime VIII. Tobacco Use

92 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson First Started Smoking Regularly at Age 14 or Younger VIII. Tobacco Use

93 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson IX. Tobacco Prevention Quit smoking Advised to quit Medical care for smokers

94 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Quit Smoking One Day or Longer in Past Year IX. Tobacco Prevention

95 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Advised by Health Professional to Quit Smoking in Past Year* IX. Tobacco Prevention

96 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Regular Smokers* Who Received Medical Care in Past Year IX. Tobacco Prevention

97 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson X. Rules about Smoking Rules about smoking at home Rules about smoking at work

98 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Smoking Not Allowed in the Home X. Rules about Smoking

99 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Smoking Not Allowed at Home by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % X. Rules about Smoking

100 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson At Work, Smoking Not Allowed in Work Areas* X. Rules about Smoking

101 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Worksites Prohibit Smoking in Both Public and Work Areas* X. Rules about Smoking

102 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XI. Other Tobacco Products Ever used smokeless tobacco Ever smoked a cigar Current smokeless tobacco user

103 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Use Smokeless Tobacco XI. Other Tobacco Products

104 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Used Smokeless Tobacco by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XI. Other Tobacco Products

105 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Smoked a Cigar XI. Other Tobacco Products

106 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Current Smokeless Tobacco User XI. Other Tobacco Products

107 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XII. Tobacco Tax Support for tobacco tax Amount of tax by smoking status

108 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Support for Tobacco Tax (any amount) XII. Tobacco Tax

109 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Support for Tobacco Tax (any amount) by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XII. Tobacco Tax

110 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Support for Amount of Tax on Pack of Cigarettes by Smoking Status* XII. Tobacco Tax %

111 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XIII. Risk Factors Overweight/obese Binge/heavy drinking Smoking Physical inactivity No leisure time XIII. Risk Factors

112 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Obese XIII. Risk Factors

113 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Overweight or Obese XIII. Risk Factors

114 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Binge Drinking* XIII. Risk Factors

115 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Heavy Drinking* XIII. Risk Factors

116 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Current Smoker XIII. Risk Factors

117 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Physically Inactive* XIII. Risk Factors

118 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson No Leisure Time Activity* XIII. Risk Factors

119 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Less than 5 Daily Servings of Fruits/Vegetables* XIII. Risk Factors

120 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Cholesterol Never Checked or Checked > 5 Years Ago* XIII. Risk Factors

121 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XIV. HIV/AIDS Ever Tested for HIV Knowledge of AIDS Treatment STD Prevention Sexual risk/intravenous drug use XIV. HIV/AIDS

122 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Tested for HIV/AIDS* XIV. HIV/AIDS

123 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Tested for AIDS by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XIV. HIV/AIDS

124 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson A Pregnant Woman w/HIV Can Get Treatment to Reduce Chances that Baby Will Acquire Virus* XIV. HIV/AIDS

125 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson There Are Medical Treatments to Help Those w/HIV to Live Longer * XIV. HIV/AIDS

126 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson In Past Year, Counseled About Condom Use to Prevent STDs* XIV. HIV/AIDS

127 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson At Risk for HIV/AIDS: Sexual Risk or Intravenous Drug Use* XIV. HIV/AIDS

128 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XV. Obesity Obesity by Race & Education Obesity by Chronic Disease Status Obesity by Health Risk Factors Obesity by Limited Access to Health Care Special Section XV. Obesity-Special Sect.

129 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Obese XV. Obesity-Special Sect.

130 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Prevalence of Obesity by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XV. Obesity-Special Sect.

131 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Obesity by Race/Ethnicity & Education XV. Obesity-Special Sect. %

132 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Obesity by Chronic Disease Status XV. Obesity-Special Sect. %

133 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Obesity by Health Risk Factors XV. Obesity-Special Sect. % %

134 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Obesity by Limited Access to Health Care XV. Obesity-Special Sect. %

135 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XVI. Weight Control Ever tried to lose weight Now trying to lose weight Using physical activity to lose wt. Eating fewer calories to lose wt. Advised to lose weight

136 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Tried to Lose Weight XVI. Weight Control

137 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Tried to Lose Weight by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XVI. Weight Control

138 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Now Trying to Lose Weight XVI. Weight Control

139 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Now Trying to Maintain Current Weight XVI. Weight Control

140 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Using Physical Activity to Lose Weight or Keep from Gaining Weight* XVI. Weight Control

141 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Eating Fewer Calories & Less Fat to Lose Weight or Keep from Gaining Weight* XVI. Weight Control

142 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Received Advise about Weight by Health Professional in Past Year XVI. Weight Control

143 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XVII. Weight Loss Products Taken over-the-counter weight loss pills Taken wt. loss pills prescribed by a doctor Taken weight loss pills that contain ephedra

144 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson In Past Two Years, Taken Over-the- counter Weight Loss Pills* XVII. Weight Loss Products

145 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Taken Weight Loss Pills (past 2 yrs.) by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XVII. Weight Loss Products

146 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson In Past Two Years, Taken Weight Loss Pills Prescribed by a Doctor* XVII. Weight Loss Products

147 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Taking Over-the-counter Weight Loss Pills that Contain Ephedra* XVII. Weight Loss Products

148 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XVIII. Knowledge of Signs & Symptoms of Heart Attack and Stroke XVIII. Heart Attack & Stroke Knew all symptoms/heart attack Knew all symptoms/stroke Call 911 as first response

149 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Knew All Heart Attack Symptoms XVIII. Heart Attack & Stroke

150 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Knew All Stroke Symptoms XVIII. Heart Attack & Stroke

151 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Percent Who Recognized Individual Symptoms* of a Heart Attack: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC XVIII. Heart Attack & Stroke

152 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Percent Who Recognized Individual Symptoms* of a Stroke: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC XVIII. Heart Attack & Stroke

153 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Call 911 as First Response, if Someone Was Having a Heart Attack or Stroke* XVIII. Heart Attack & Stroke

154 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XIX. Cardiovascular Disease History of any cardiovascular disease (CVD) Diet changes to lower risk of CVD Physical activity changes to lower risk of CVD Aspirin use to lower risk of CVD

155 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson History of Any Cardiovascular (CVD) Diseases* XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

156 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson History of Cardiovascular Disease by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

157 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson History of Heart Attack XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

158 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson History of Angina or Coronary Heart Disease XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

159 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson History of Stroke XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

160 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Eating Fewer High Fat or Cholesterol Foods to Lower Risk of Cardiovascular Disease XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

161 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Eating More Fruits/Vegetables to Lower Risk of Cardiovascular Disease XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

162 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Being More Physically Active to Lower Risk of Cardiovascular Disease XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

163 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Past 12 months, Health Professional Suggested Eating More Fruits/Vegetables XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

164 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Past 12 months, Health Professional Suggested Being More Physically Active XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

165 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Take Aspirin Daily or Every Other Day* XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

166 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Take Aspirin Daily or Every Other Day* by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

167 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Take Aspirin to Relieve Pain* XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

168 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Take Aspirin to Reduce the Chance of a Heart Attack* XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

169 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Take Aspirin to Reduce the Chance of a Stroke* XIX. Cardiovascular Disease

170 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XX. Excess Sun Exposure Had sunburn Had four or more sunburns in past year

171 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Had Sunburn in Past 12 Months XX. Excess Sun Exposure

172 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Had Sunburn in Past Year by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XX Excess Sun Exposure

173 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Had Four or More Sunburns in Past 12 Months XX. Excess Sun Exposure

174 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XXI. Binge Drinking Special Section Binge drinking by demographics Location of most recent binge drinking How alcohol was obtained for most recent binge drinking XXI. Binge Drinking

175 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Binge Drinking* XXI. Binge Drinking

176 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Binge Drinking by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XXI. Binge Drinking

177 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Location for Most Recent Binge Drinking Occasion XXI. Binge Drinking

178 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson How Alcohol Was Obtained, During Most Recent Binge Drinking Occasion XXI. Binge Drinking

179 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XXII. Falls Had fall in last 3 months Injured from last fall

180 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Had a Fall in Past Three Months (ages 45+) XXII. Falls

181 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Injured in the Fall XXII. Falls

182 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XXIII. Physical Assault Ever physically assaulted Person who committed most recent assault Persons told about most recent assault XXIII. Physical Assault

183 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Physically Assaulted* XXIII. Physical Assault

184 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Physically Assaulted by Sex, Race, Age, Education & Income: Graham, Swain & Jackson Cos. & NC % XXIII. Physical Assault

185 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Person Who Committed Most Recent Assault XXIII. Physical Assault

186 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson All Persons You Told About Most Recent Assault XXIII. Physical Assault

187 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson XIV. Healthy People 2010 Objectives (tracked by 2003 BRFSS data) Access to Health Insurance Cancer Prevention Immunizations Overweight Physical Activity Substance Abuse Tobacco Use XXIV. HP 2010 Objectives

188 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Health Insurance Coverage (ages 18 to 64) XXIV. HP 2010 Objectives HP 2010 Target: 100%

189 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Had Flu Shot in Past Year – Ages 65+ XXIV. HP 2010 Objectives HP 2010 Target: 80%

190 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Ever Had a Pneumonia Shot – Ages 65+ XXIV. HP 2010 Objectives HP 2010 Target: 90%

191 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Reduce Obesity - Ages 20+ XXIV. HP 2010 Objectives HP 2010 Target: 15%

192 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Reduce No Leisure Time Activity* XXIV. HP 2010 Objectives HP 2010 Target: 20%

193 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Vigorous Physical Activity/3 Times Week* HP 2010 Target: 30% XXIV. HP 2010 Objectives

194 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Reduce Binge Drinking* XXIV. HP 2010 Objectives HP 2010 Target: 6%

195 NC 2003 BRFSS Graham/Swain/Jackson Reduce Smoking XXIV. HP 2010 Objectives HP 2010 Target: 12%


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