2014 State Indicator Report on Physical Activity – National Center for Chronic Disease Prev

2014 State Indicator Report on Physical Activity

The State Indicator Report on Physical Activity, 2014, presents state-level information on physical activity behaviors and on environmental and policy supports for physical activity. This report shows that physical activity among adults and high school students is higher in some states than others. Overall, most states have environmental and policy strategies in place that encourage physical activity.

Author: National Center for Chronic Disease Prev
ISBN: 9781523355211
Pages: 26 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 21.00 Mb

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