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NEW HAMPSHIRE ADULTS >18 WITH DOCTOR-DIAGNOSED ARTHRITIS (DRDX+), BRFSS 2007

DOCTOR-DIAGNOSED ARTHRITIS (DRDX+)
(STANDARD TABLE 1)
  • 289,000 adults have doctor diagnosed arthritis; 29% of all adults have DRDX+
  • 112,000 men have DRDX+ (23%)
  • 176,000 women have DRDX+ (34%)
  • 59,000 adults 18-44 have DRDX+ (13%)
  • 133,000 adults 45-64 have DRDX+ (37%)
  • 93,000 adults 65 and older have DRDX+ (56%)
  • 274,000 non-Hispanic white adults have DRDX+ (29%)
  • No estimate for non-Hispanic black adults – sample size too small
  • 4,000 Hispanic adults have DRDX+ (25%)
  • 23,000 adults with less than a high school education have DRDX+ (34%)
  • 84,000 adults with a high school education have DRDX+ (31%)
  • 181,000 adults with more than a high school education have DRDX+ (27%)
  • 89,000 obese adults have DRDX+ (38%)
  • 36,000 adults who are physically inactive have DrDX+
  • 46% of adults who are physically inactive have DrDX+

ACTIVITY LIMITATION DUE TO ARTHRITIS OR JOINT SYMPTOMS
(STANDARD TABLE 2)
  • 110,000 adults have activity limitation due to arthritis or joint symptoms.
  • 11% of the adult population has activity limitation due to arthritis or joint symptoms.
  • 38% of adults with arthritis have activity limitation due to arthritis or joint symptoms.
  • 40,000 ( 8%) men have activity limitation; (36%) of men with DRDX+ have activity limitation due to arthritis.
  • 70,000 (13%) of women have activity limitation; (40%) of women with DRDX+ have activity limitation due to arthritis.

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, BODY WEIGHT, AND HEALTH STATUS AMONG ADULTS WITH ARTHRITIS
(STANDARD TABLE 3)
  • Of adults with arthritis 13% report they are inactive and another 38% are insufficiently active.
  • Of adults with arthritis 33% are obese and another 38% are overweight.
  • Of adults with arthritis 24% report fair or poor health.

ARTHRITIS AMONG ADULTS WITH DIABETES, HEART DISEASE, AND THEIR RISK FACTORS
(STANDARD TABLE 4)
  • Of adults with diabetes 39,000 (54%) also have arthritis.
  • Of adults with heart disease38,000 (58%) also have arthritis.
  • Of adults with high blood pressure 124,000 (47%) also have arthritis.
  • Of adults with high cholesterol 141,000 (44%) also have arthritis.
  • Of adults who are overweight 103,000 (29%) also have arthritis.
  • Of adults who are obese 89,000 (38%) also have arthritis.
  • Of adults who are inactive 36,000 (46%) also have arthritis.

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