PRC’s National Health Survey Brief: Chronic Conditions

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The CDC (Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion) defines chronic health conditions as lasting a year or more, requiring ongoing medical attention and often limiting the activities of daily living. 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. Indeed, managing chronic conditions is essential to improving community health. Download the brief below to learn more about PRC’s chronic health findings and how they impact every community.


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