Health Behaviors

Our health behaviors researchers devote themselves to developing objective information about the variety of health behaviors that greatly affect the cost of health care and the development and implementation of health interventions.

Our behavioral research programs support sound decision making not only by federal agencies that develop and promote health care programs but also by insurers, employers, and individuals.

Study: Middle-aged white men marijuana use on the rise

White males over 35 are the age group most commonly using marijuana while drinking alcohol or taking non-medically pr... Read more »