Disabled Veterans and Concerning Health Trends; Westat Collects the Data

Obesity rates among injured veterans are increasing. Physical activity, sleep, and transitioning out of the military play an important role according to new findings.

Westat has partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project since 2010 to conduct an annual survey of its members. The data from the survey are featured in a recent AirForceTimes article, More veterans are becoming obese. Are stressful military transitions to blame?

Read the results from the Wounded Warrior Project’s 2018 Annual Warrior Survey.

Learn more about how Westat research helps policymakers in improving the lives of injured service members.

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