Adult Behavioral Risk Factor Prevalence, 2017 Statewide and By County - PDF Document

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  1. Adult Behavioral Risk Factor Prevalence, 2017 Statewide and By County New Castle County % Kent County % Sussex County % State % Behavioral Risk Factors (95% CI) 17.0% (95% CI) 15.9% (95% CI) 18.2% (95% CI) 18.9%* Current Cigarette Smoker (15.3-18.7) 22.3% (13.4-18.3) 21.1% (15.2-21.3) 24.4% (15.9-22.0) 23.4%* Total Tobacco Use1 (20.4-24.1) 31.8% (18.4-23.9) 29.3% (21.1-27.7) 38.5%* (20.2-26.6) 32.6% Obese (29.7-33.9) 36.7% (26.2-32.5) 37.6% (34.9-42.1) 31.0% (29.0-36.3) 38.8% Overweight (34.5-38.9) 31.0% (34.3-40.9) 29.0% (27.6-34.3) 32.9% (34.9-42.7) 34.3% Sedentary (28.9-33.0) 43.8% (25.9-32.0) 42.3% (29.5-36.3) 45.1% (30.5-38.2) 46.3% Did Not Meet Physical Activity Guidelines (41.4-46.1) 84.5% (38.8-45.8) 83.8% (41.3-49.0) 85.0% (82.2-87.7) 15.3% (42.3-50.3) 85.7% Did Not Consume at Least 5 fruits and/or Vegetables a Day (82.8-86.1) 14.8% (81.3-86.3) 15.6% (82.9-88.5) 12.4% Binge Drinking (13.2-16.4) 6.2% (13.2-18.0) 6.0% (12.4-18.2) 7.0% (10.0-14.7) 6.2% Chronic Heavy Drinking (5.2-7.3) 1.7% (4.4-7.5) 1.7% (5.0-9.0) 2.0% (4.6-7.8) 1.5% No Seatbelt Use (1.1-2.3) (0.8-2.5) (1.1-2.9) (0.6-2.3) Chronic Health Conditions 30.4% 29.5% 32.3% 31.2% Disability (28.4-32.4) 11.3% (26.5-32.5) 10.1% (28.9-35.6) 13.1%* (27.9-34.6) 12.6% Diabetes (10.1-12.4) 34.6% (8.4-11.8) 33.0% (11.0-15.1) 36.5% (11.0-15.1) 36.9% High Cholesterol (32.4-36.8) 34.9% (29.8-36.3) 33.7% (33.0-40.1) 35.2% (33.3-40.5) 37.6% Hypertension (32.9-36.9) 4.2% (30.7-36.6) 3.5% (32.0-38.4) 3.9% (34.2-41.1) 5.9% Angina or Coronary Heart Disease (3.4-4.9) 6.4% (2.5-4.5) 5.1% (2.9-5.0) 7.4%* (4.3-7.6) 8.9% Coronary Heart Disease or Myocardial Infarction2 (5.6-7.3) 3.4% (3.9-6.3) 2.6% (5.8-9.0) 5.1%* (6.9-10.8) 4.1% Stroke2 (2.8-4.0) (1.9-3.4) (3.7-6.6) (2.9-5.3) 1

  2. 6.9% 6.3%* 4.7% 9.9%* Skin Cancer (6.0-7.7) 7.7% (5.1-7.4) 7.0% (3.5-5.9) 8.6% (8.1-11.6) 8.8% Other Cancer (6.7-8.7) 10.6% (5.8-8.4) 11.2% (6.9-10.4) 11.5% (7.1-10.4) 8.6% Asthma (9.2-12.0) 8.1% (9.1-13.3) 7.7% (9.1-13.8) 8.2% (6.1-11.1) 8.9% COPD (7.0-9.2) 25.3% (6.0-9.4) 23.6% (6.3-10.0) 25.9% (7.2-10.6) 28.9% Arthritis (23.6-27.1) 37.3% (21.1-26.2) 38.8% (23.1-28.8) 37.4% (25.8-32.0) 34.3% Limited Work Ability Due to Arthritis (33.4-41.2) 19.7% (32.6-45.1) 20.1% (31.4-43.3) 19.8% (28.5-40.1) 18.9% Depressive Disorder (18.0-21.5) 6.1% (17.5-22.6) 6.1% (16.8-22.8) 6.6% (15.7-22.1) 5.5% Vision Impairment (5.0-7.2) (4.5-7.8) (4.9-8.3) (3.8-7.2) Preventive Medicine: Immunizations and Screenings 65.2% 66.0% 64.4% 64.5% Age ≥ 65 Flu Shot in Past Yearⱡ (31.4-38.1) 77.7% (60.6-71.5) 75.2% (58.4-70.3) 77.9% (59.5-69.4) 81.2% Age ≥ 65 Pneumonia Vaccineⱡ (74.7-80.7) 46.5% (70.1-80.3) 46.8% (72.4-83.4) 51.7%* (77.2-85.2) 41.7% Adults Who Have Been Tested for HIV (44.2-48.8) (43.4-50.3) (47.9-55.6) (37.9-45.5) Men 40 + Who Had PSA Test in Past 2 Years Age 50+ Who Ever Had Colonoscopy These questions are asked during even-numbered years only. Women 50+ Who Had Mammogram In Past 2 Years Women Who Had a Pap Test in Past 3 Years Visited Dental Clinic In Past Year Health Care Coverage/ Health Status 12.5% 10.6% 11.8% 18.7%* No Health Insurance (Age 18-64) (10.8-14.3) 18.8% (8.3-12.9) 17.8% (8.9-14.7) 19.7% (14.9-22.4) 20.2% Health Status: Poor to Fair (17.2-20.4) (15.6-20.4) (17.0-22.4) (17.4-23.0) Data Source: Delaware Health & Social Services, Division of Public Health, Behavior Risk Factor Survey (BRFS), 2017 * Indicates that this county’s residents are significantly more likely to have the behavior or condition compared to the reference county. The reference county is the county with the lowest prevalence. Significant differences are also listed in boldface. 1Includes all tobacco products – cigarettes, e-cigarettes, pipes and hookahs, cigars and little cigars, smokeless tobacco and other tobacco products. 2

  3. 2For myocardial infarction and stroke, this prevalence only includes those who have suffered the condition and survived. A logistic regression was performed to determine if significant differences were observed among the counties when adjusting for age. ⱡAge-adjustment was not performed because it was not appropriate for this population. 3