We do worry about getting ill.
are not getting an annual physical or checkup.
worry a loved one could develop heart disease, and
worry about getting it themselves.
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of Americans surveyed fear a loved one could get cancer, and fear getting it themselves.
fear a loved one could develop Alzheimer’s or dementia, and fear getting it themselves.
We’re not taking steps to improve our health.
are not drinking 8 glasses of water a day.
Source: A joint online survey by Cleveland Clinic and Parade of 1,010 Americans, 18 years of age and older, living in the continental United States, completed between July 13 and 20, 2018. The margin of error for the total sample at the 95% confidence level is +/- 3 percentage points.
are not getting a good night's sleep.
of Americans surveyed are not eating 5+ servings
of veggies per day.
believe there’s too much conflicting information out there.
We don’t buy into myths about being perfect.
of Americans surveyed think society’s body image expectations are unrealistic.
would rather be viewed as smart than sexy.
want help figuring out the best methods for improving their health.
strongly believe mental health is as vital as
agree that you can be healthy while dealing with a
wrongly believe you can eat whatever you like if you work out 1 hour each day.
would rather be seen as physically strong than thin.
would rather be viewed as positive, and as
mentally sharp, than thin.
We’re confused and looking for guidance.
of Americans surveyed wrongly see exercise as more important than diet.