Harvard School of Public Health/Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Dietary Supplements Survey, 1999
The Harvard School of Public Health/Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Dietary Supplements Survey, 1999 was a nationally representative, public opinion telephone survey of U.S. adults. The purpose of the study was to examine the characteristics of dietary supplement users, attitudes about dietary supplements, attitudes towards government regulation of supplements, and to examine differences in attitudes between users and nonusers of dietary supplements.
The survey was designed by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health and the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and was conducted by International Communications Research. Survey respondents were selected through random-digit dialing. Telephone interviews were conducted among a nationally representative sample of U.S. adults, age 18 and older between December 16 and 21, 1999. The data set contain 43 variables collected from 1,013 respondents.