Poor dietary habits and low levels of physical activity are leading
causes of morbidity and mortality throughout the United States.
The The New Jersey Behavioral Risk Factor
Survey provides an opportunity to estimate directly the prevalence
of poor dietary habits and low physical activity levels among
adults in New Jersey. Topics include Behavioral Risk Factor Survey,
Body Mass Index (BMI), calcium intake, dietary calcium, dietary
fat, dietary habits, exercise, fruit and vegetable intake, physical
activity, and weight control.
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