Health and Health-Related Behaviors Among Minnesota Postsecondary Students

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More than 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students attending two-year and four-year postsecondary schools in Minnesota responded to a survey in 2011. Students were asked about their experiences and behaviors in the following areas: 1) Health Insurance; 2) Depression; 3) Ability to manage stress; 4) Tobacco use; 5) Alcohol use; 6) Engagement in physical activity; and 7) Credit card debt. Although no local data is available, this is the best data available for the State of Minnesota! Access the full report and survey findings here.

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