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Health Status Outcomes for Arthritis Prevalence

Health Status Outcomes

In 2017, 27.6 percent of Utah adults with arthritis reported being in fair or poor health, and 35.0 percent reported experiencing seven or more days in the last month when their physical health was not good (age-adjusted rates). The relationship between arthritis and mental health is less dramatic than physical health but still of great importance as 28.5 percent of adults with arthritis reported seven or more days of poor mental health in the past month. This is significantly higher than the 15.2 percent of adults without arthritis that reported seven or more days or poor mental health in the past month (age-adjusted rates).

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Content updated: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 12:38:32 MST