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Navajo Nation Health Survey

The Navajo Nation Health Survey is a tribal specific health survey of Navajo adults about health related risk behaviors, chronic health conditions, and use of preventative health services. The report provides behavioral risk factor data on Navajo adults aged 18 years and older residing on the Navajo Nation. The purpose of conducting the health survey is to establish a behavioral risk factor surveillance system to monitor and evaluate health risk behaviors. Primary data collected will support collaboration between Navajo Department of Health and healthcare partners to effectively serve the health needs of our Diné people.

Data Tables of self-reported responses to the survey are available to view by category.

# CATEGORY
1 Demographics Click to view
2 Reactions to Race Click to view
3 General Health Click to view
4 Health Care Access Click to view
5 Exercise Click to view
6 Physical Activity Click to view
7 Sugar Sweetened Beverages and Menu Labeling Click to view
8 Fruits and Veggies Click to view
9 Chronic Health Conditions Click to view
10 Diabetes Click to view
11 Oral Health Click to view
12 Weight Control Click to view
13 Disability Click to view
14 Tobacco Use Click to view
15 Substance Abuse Click to view
16 Alcohol Consumption Click to view
17 Seatbelt Use Click to view
18 Drinking and Driving Click to view
19 Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Click to view
20 Colorectal Cancer Screening Click to view
21 Prostate Screening Click to view
22 HIV AIDS Click to view
23 Visual Impairment and Access to Eye Care Click to view
24 Mental Illness and Stigma Click to view
25 Social Context Click to view
26 General Preparedness Click to view
27 Heart Attack and Stroke Symptoms Click to view
28 Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Click to view
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