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As COVID-19 cases rise across our home state of Nebraska and worldwide, we at PRC are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of our employees and the trust of our clients.

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PRC’s National Health Survey Brief: Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Weight

In the PRC National Health Survey, over two-thirds of American adults are classified as “overweight,” (67.8%) with almost half of those two-thirds also being “obese” (32.8%).

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PRC’s National Health Survey Brief: Chronic Conditions

The latest PRC National Health Survey identified eight in ten American adults as suffering from at least one chronic condition and over half of which are living with two or more.

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Food Insecurity in the US: Findings from the PRC National Health Survey

A healthy diet is the cornerstone to a healthy population. Unfortunately, this simple truth is not a simple issue and is more widespread than many would like to believe.

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Substance Abuse: Findings from the PRC National Health Survey

In an effort to better inform the public about substance abuse’s impact on community health, PRC’s latest National Health Survey includes crucial community data about alcohol and drugs.

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Access to Healthcare: Findings from the PRC National Health Survey

Despite advances in care, many Americans still face significant health barriers. In the last decade, adults became increasingly insured, but many, especially low-income, non-white adults, remain without insurance.

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Health Literacy Findings from the PRC National Health Survey

Individuals with low health literacy seldom find written or spoken health information easy to understand, need help reading health information, and/or are not confident completing health forms

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