Survey: Patients think they are responsible for personal health

03/27/2011 | HealthDay News

A survey in Pennsylvania found 93.3% of adults age 21 and older reported they think they hold greater responsibility for their personal health than their providers, while 4.3% said their providers were more responsible. But 32.5% of respondents said they don't participate in planned weekly exercise and only 25% said they refrain from consuming high-salt foods, according to the survey.

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