b'DIET-RELATED CHRONIC DISEASELike food insecurity, rates of diet-related chronic diseases differ by county. Figure 4 provides the county-specific rates of diabetes, adult obesity, hypertension and elevated cholesterol, from the New York State Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2013-2014. The data indicate that Yates County has the highest rate of diabetes (13.2%, regional range (7.9%-13.2%)); Wayne County has the highest rate of adult obesity (35.5%, regional range (24.1%-35.5%)); Ontario County has the highest rate of hypertension (37.6%, regional range (28.6%-37.6%)); and Livings-ton County has the highest rate of elevated cholesterol (44.6%, regional range (34.6%-44.6%)).Figure 4: Rates of physician-diagnosed diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and elevated cholesterol among adults, Finger Lakes Counties (source: New York State Department of Health, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2013-2014) 611'