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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 28 Percent NC High Schoolers Overweight or Obese Billion Dollars Lost On Medical Bills and Productivity Fewer Years NC Life Expectancy Than the national average 1.4 54 2 out of 3 NCadults areoverweight orobese x Increase Physical Activity 7.5 4.3 36 7.4 33 26.4% 32.8% 89% of North Carolinians do not eat therecommended daily serving of fruits and vegetables R Increasing levels of physical activity have been linked to the following benefits: 1981 1991 2001 Pounds 2011 13.6 3.4 6.8 10.2 Years Increase in Average Adolescent Bodyweight Since 1971 of NC Teens watch 3+ hours of TV per day while only 15.4% of other American teensreport similar viewing habits of North Carolina Adults reportgetting no physical activty In an effort to better understand how you are using social media in a work-related capacity, SAS Market Research conducted a survey on Social Media Usage in November of 2014. Over 4,000 people responded. (Social media refers to online communication channels dedicated to community-based input, interaction and collaboration. Popular channels include Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn among others.) Social Media Usage at SAS % decreased risk of High Blood Pressure % decrease inCholesterol % decrease inBodyweight % decreased risk of Depression % decrease inBlood Sugar Sources:North Carolina Prevention Report Card 2012Reaching the Healthy People Goals for Reducing Childhood Obesity Closing the Energy GapTipping the Scales
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