Association of Burden and Prevalence of Arthritis With Disparities in Social Risk Factors, Findings From 17 US States
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 19 — February 17, 2022
Weighted absolute prevalence of arthritis by number of social risk factors in the 2017 BRFSS sample. The prevalence of arthritis increases linearly as the number of social risk factors increase.
|Number of Social Risks||Arthritis %|
The weighted absolute prevalence of each health outcome among BRFSS participants with arthritis, 2017 BRFSS sample. The prevalence of each outcome increases linearly as the number of social risk factors increase.
|Limited Activities, %||Limited Work, %||Limited Social Activities, %||Severe Joint Pain, %|
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