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Oregon 2004 -2007 BRFSS Data - Behavior Risk Survey

Selected Topics by County 2004-2007

Recommendations to Change Lifestyle, Oregon, 2004-2007 (Non age-adjusted)
Has a health care provider ever recommended changes in diet or exercise to reduce your chances of getting diabetes or other illnesses like heart disease, stroke, or cancer?
Source: Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
      95% Confidence  
Adults PERCENT   Interval Small Number Interviews
18 years & older weighted % S.S.* L. limit % U. limit % # unweighted N unweighted N
STATEWIDE 36.5   35.1 38.0   3457 8507
BAKER 35.3   22.5 50.7   25 70
BENTON 32.4   25.2 40.6   111 259
CLACKAMAS 37.5   33.1 42.1   346 863
CLATSOP 41.5   29.4 54.8   34 91
COLUMBIA 31.1   22.0 42.0   50 137
COOS 33.6   26.2 42.0   105 247
CROOK 44.6   29.4 61.0   37 72
CURRY 35.9   25.0 48.5   35 84
DESCHUTES 36.3   30.5 42.6   147 379
DOUGLAS 41.0   33.1 49.5   120 259
GILLIAM/WHEELER **   ** ** ** 8 12
GRANT 16.1   6.1 36.4 ** 8 29
HARNEY 36.2   19.4 57.3 ** 13 31
HOOD RIVER 31.5   17.5 49.9 ** 11 34
JACKSON 36.3   30.2 42.9   174 430
JEFFERSON 35.2   21.3 52.1   27 58
JOSEPHINE 37.4   28.6 47.2   74 182
KLAMATH 43.2   33.8 53.1   98 208
LAKE 27.3   10.6 54.3 ** 8 21
LANE 36.7   32.5 41.2   351 862
LINCOLN 47.3   36.1 58.8   54 126
LINN 37.1   29.5 45.4   113 263
MALHEUR 39.9   26.0 55.8   35 90
MARION 37.2   32.4 42.3   262 655
MORROW 53.3   32.4 73.1 ** 14 30
MULTNOMAH 35.2   31.7 38.8   481 1232
POLK 37.6   28.1 48.3   78 163
TILLAMOOK 31.2   19.5 45.9   27 74
UMATILLA 36.6   28.3 45.7   88 208
UNION 37.3   22.8 54.5   23 65
WALLOWA 32.8   18.8 50.7 ** 17 43
WASCO/SHERMAN 40.9   29.7 53.2   48 106
WASHINGTON 34.7   30.8 38.9   351 929
YAMHILL 38.1 28.7 48.6   84 195
* S.S. = Statistical Significance: s+ indicates that the county estimate is greater than the statewide percentage; s-, less than the statewide percentage; a blank = not different from the statewide percentage.
** % based on less than 50 respondents may not accurately reflect behavior of the entire county. Data are not reported for counties with less than 20 respondents.