Center for Disease Control & Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services
The Behavioral Risk Factors Surveillance Study (BRFSS) is an ongoing study that is coordinated by the CDC on a national level and the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services in the state of Wisconsin. The BRFSS is the largest health study that studies risk factors affecting the health of America. These include the amount of exercise in one’s life, one’s diet, and the frequency of doctor visits. Monthly, the UWSC performs approximately 334 interviews in the state of Wisconsin.
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