According to an August 31, 2017 news release from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), adult smoking in Oklahoma has decreased to 19.6% in the latest Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) report, reaching an all-time low and showing proof that focused efforts to reduce and prevent tobacco use are paying off.
While the overall smoking and obesity rates are down, there are still improvements to be made.
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Click the links below to download supportive talking points from OSDH that the public health community can use to talk with people in their community about the 2016 BRFSS data and moving forward on wellness initiatives:
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