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Health, United States, 2013 With Special Feature on Prescription Drugs U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics

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  • Page 5 and 6: Preface Health, United States, 2013
  • Page 7 and 8: Accessing Health, United States Hea
  • Page 9 and 10: Contents
  • Page 11 and 12: Health Care Expenditures and Payers
  • Page 13 and 14: Figure 28. Drug poisoning deaths in
  • Page 15 and 16: List of Trend Tables Health Status
  • Page 17 and 18: Table 63. Heavier drinking and drin
  • Page 19 and 20: Health Care Coverage and Major Fede
  • Page 21 and 22: Health, United States, 2013: At a G
  • Page 23 and 24: Highlights Life Expectancy and Mor
  • Page 25 and 26: In 2011, prescription drug expendit
  • Page 27 and 28: Mortality Life Expectancy at Birth
  • Page 29 and 30: Natality Teenage Childbearing Figur
  • Page 31 and 32: Health Risk Factors Uncontrolled Hi
  • Page 33 and 34: Prevention Vaccination Coverage Amo
  • Page 35 and 36: Utilization and Access Usual Source
  • Page 37 and 38: Chartbook: Figures 20-29 Special F
  • Page 39 and 40: Prescription Drug Use In 2007-2010
  • Page 41 and 42: Polypharmacy In 2007-2010, adults
  • Page 43 and 44: Deaths from HIV Disease The introd
  • Page 45 and 46: Antibiotics Prescribed for Colds B
  • Page 47 and 48: Deaths Involving Opioid Analgesics
  • Page 49 and 50: Data Tables for Special Feature: Fi
  • Page 51 and 52: Data table for Figure 22. Number of
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    Data table for Figure 24. Age-adjus

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    Data table for Figure 26. Antibioti

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    Data table for Figure 29. Retail pr

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    no container was available, the int

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    References 1. Kochanek KD, Arias E

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    75. Hsiao CJ, Hing E, Socey TC, Cai

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    Table 1 (page 1 of 3). Resident pop

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    Table 1 (page 3 of 3). Resident pop

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    Table 2 (page 2 of 2). Persons belo

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    Table 3 (page 2 of 3). Crude birth

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    Table 4 (page 1 of 2). Teenage chil

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    Table 5. Nonmarital childbearing, b

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    Table 7 (page 1 of 3). Low birthwei

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    Table 7 (page 3 of 3). Low birthwei

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    Table 9 (page 1 of 5). Contraceptiv

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    Table 9 (page 3 of 5). Contraceptiv

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    Table 9 (page 5 of 5). Contraceptiv

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    Table 11. Infant, neonatal, and pos

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    Table 13. Infant mortality rates, f

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    Table 14 (page 2 of 3). Infant mort

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    Table 15 (page 1 of 2). Neonatal mo

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    Table 16. Infant mortality rates an

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    Table 17 (page 2 of 2). Life expect

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    Table 18 (page 2 of 2). Life expect

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    Table 19 (page 2 of 2). Age-adjuste

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    Table 20 (page 2 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 20 (page 4 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 21 (page 2 of 4). Years of po

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    Table 21 (page 4 of 4). Years of po

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    Table 22 (page 2 of 4). Leading cau

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    Table 22 (page 4 of 4). Leading cau

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    Table 23 (page 2 of 2). Leading cau

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    Table 24 (page 2 of 3). Age-adjuste

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    Table 25 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 25 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 26 (page 1 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 26 (page 3 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 27 (page 2 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 28 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 28 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 29 (page 1 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 29 (page 3 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 30 (page 2 of 2). Death rates

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    Table 31 (page 2 of 2). Death rates

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    Table 32 (page 2 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 33 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 33 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 34 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 34 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 35 (page 1 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 35 (page 3 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 36 (page 2 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 37. Deaths from selected occu

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    Table 38 (page 2 of 3). Occupationa

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    Table 39 (page 1 of 2). Selected no

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    Table 40 (page 1 of 3). Human immun

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    Table 40 (page 3 of 3). Human immun

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    Table 41 (page 2 of 5). Health cond

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    Table 41 (page 4 of 5). Health cond

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    Table 42 (page 1 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 42 (page 3 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 43. Five-year relative cancer

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    Table 44 (page 2 of 3). Respondent-

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    Table 45 (page 1 of 2). Number of r

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    Table 46 (page 1 of 2). Diabetes pr

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    Table 47 (page 1 of 2). End-stage r

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    Table 48 (page 1 of 3). Severe head

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    Table 48 (page 3 of 3). Severe head

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    Table 49 (page 2 of 2). Disability

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    Table 50 (page 2 of 2). Vision limi

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    Table 51 (page 2 of 2). Hearing lim

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    Table 52 (page 2 of 2). Respondent-

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    Table 53 (page 2 of 5). Selected me

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    Table 53 (page 4 of 5). Selected me

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    Table 54 (page 1 of 5). Selected me

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    Table 54 (page 3 of 5). Selected me

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    Table 54 (page 5 of 5). Selected me

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    Table 55 (page 2 of 2). Serious psy

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    Table 56 (page 2 of 2). Current cig

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    Table 58 (page 1 of 3). Current cig

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    Table 58 (page 3 of 3). Current cig

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    Table 59 (page 2 of 5). Current cig

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    Table 59 (page 4 of 5). Current cig

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    Table 60 (page 1 of 2). Use of sele

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    Table 61 (page 1 of 3). Use of sele

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    Table 61 (page 3 of 3). Use of sele

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    Table 62 (page 2 of 2). Health risk

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    Table 63 (page 2 of 3). Heavier dri

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    Table 64 (page 1 of 2). Selected he

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    Table 65 (page 1 of 2). Hypertensio

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    Table 66 (page 1 of 4). Cholesterol

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    Table 66 (page 3 of 4). Cholesterol

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    Table 67. Mean macronutrient intake

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    Table 68 (page 2 of 5). Participati

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    Table 68 (page 4 of 5). Participati

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    Table 69 (page 1 of 7). Healthy wei

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    Table 69 (page 3 of 7). Healthy wei

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    Table 69 (page 5 of 7). Healthy wei

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    Table 69 (page 7 of 7). Healthy wei

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    Table 70 (page 2 of 2). Obesity amo

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    Table 71 (page 2 of 2). Untreated d

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    Table 72 (page 2 of 2). No usual so

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    Table 73 (page 2 of 2). No usual so

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    Table 74 (page 2 of 3). Delay or no

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    Table 75 (page 1 of 3). Selected me

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    Table 75 (page 3 of 3). Selected me

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    Table 77 (page 1 of 2). No health c

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    Table 78 (page 1 of 3). Health care

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    Table 78 (page 3 of 3). Health care

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    Table 79 (page 2 of 3). Vaccination

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    Table 80 (page 1 of 2). Vaccination

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    Table 81 (page 1 of 2). Influenza v

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    Table 82 (page 1 of 2). Pneumococca

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    Table 83 (page 1 of 3). Use of mamm

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    Table 83 (page 3 of 3). Use of mamm

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    Table 84 (page 2 of 5). Use of Pap

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    Table 84 (page 4 of 5). Use of Pap

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    Table 85 (page 1 of 2). Use of colo

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    Table 86 (page 1 of 4). Emergency d

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    Table 86 (page 3 of 4). Emergency d

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    Table 87 (page 1 of 3). Emergency d

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    Table 87 (page 3 of 3). Emergency d

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    Table 88 (page 2 of 2). Initial inj

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    Table 89 (page 2 of 3). Visits to p

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    Table 90 (page 1 of 2). Visits to p

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    Table 91 (page 1 of 2). Dental visi

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    Table 92 (page 1 of 2). Prescriptio

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    Table 93 (page 1 of 3). Selected pr

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    Table 93 (page 3 of 3). Selected pr

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    Table 94 (page 2 of 4). Persons wit

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    Table 94 (page 4 of 4). Persons wit

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    Table 95 (page 2 of 3). Discharges,

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    Table 96 (page 1 of 3). Discharges

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    Table 96 (page 3 of 3). Discharges

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    Table 97 (page 2 of 3). Discharge r

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    Table 98 (page 1 of 3). Average len

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    Table 98 (page 3 of 3). Average len

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    Table 99 (page 2 of 4). Discharges

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    Table 99 (page 4 of 4). Discharges

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    Table 101. Active physicians and ph

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    Table 103. Doctors of medicine in p

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    Table 105. Healthcare employment an

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    Table 107. Hospitals, beds, and occ

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    Table 109. Occupancy rates in commu

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    Table 110 (page 2 of 2). Nursing ho

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    Table 112 (page 1 of 2). Gross dome

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    Table 113 (page 1 of 2). Consumer P

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    Table 114 (page 1 of 2). National h

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    Table 115 (page 1 of 3). Personal h

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    Table 115 (page 3 of 3). Personal h

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    Table 116 (page 2 of 3). Cost of ho

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    Table 117 (page 1 of 3). Expenses f

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    Table 117 (page 3 of 3). Expenses f

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    Table 118 (page 2 of 3). Sources of

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    Table 119. Out-of-pocket health car

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    Table 120 (page 2 of 2). Expenditur

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    Table 121 (page 2 of 2). Employers'

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    Table 122 (page 2 of 3). Private he

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    Table 123 (page 1 of 3). Private he

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    Table 123 (page 3 of 3). Private he

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    Table 124 (page 2 of 3). Medicaid c

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    Table 125 (page 1 of 3). No health

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    Table 125 (page 3 of 3). No health

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    Table 126 (page 2 of 2). Health ins

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    Table 127 (page 2 of 2). Medicare e

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    Table 129 (page 1 of 2). Medicare b

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    Table 130 (page 1 of 2). Medicaid b

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    Table 131. Medicaid beneficiaries a

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    Table 132 (page 2 of 2). Department

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    Table 133 (page 2 of 2). Medicare e

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    Table 135. Persons without health i

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    Appendix Contents Appendix I. Data

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    Maternal education—See Appendix I

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    Appendix I. Data Sources Health, U

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    Census of Fatal Occupational Injuri

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    Current Population Survey (CPS) Bur

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    Issues Affecting Interpretation. Th

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    Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (M

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    interviewed three times a year for

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    Sample data are weighted to produce

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    National Health Expenditure Account

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    The NHANES II target population was

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    Schaible WL. Quality control in a N

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    esponse rate was 82%. The final res

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    selection, adjustment for nonrespon

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    Data Years. Annual household data c

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    GDP and its major components underg

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    National Survey of Residential Care

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    whereas MTF and YRBS collect data i

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    deaths with birthweights of 500 gra

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    Linked Birth/Infant Death Data Set

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    data from 2002 through 2007 are bas

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    In Health, United States, vital rat

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    2007, incidence estimates for the A

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    For More Information. Contact the A

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    estimates for the intervening years

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    Appendix II. Definitions and Method

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    Admission—The American Hospital A

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    Levels of alcohol consumption are d

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    following: U.S. Department of Agric

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    Table IV. Cause-of-death codes, by

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    Nebraska, increasing the number of

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    ecalculated using ICD-9 codes that

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    answered ‘‘yes’’ to the que

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    Education—Several approaches to d

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    asked if their total combined famil

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    Figure I. U.S. Census Bureau: Four

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    slightly from those based on the Ma

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    Mixed model HMO is an HMO that comb

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    Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End

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    data for AIDS (ICD-9-CM code 279.19

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    Table X. Codes for diagnostic categ

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    Table XI. Codes for procedure categ

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    Mammography—A mammogram is an x-r

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    family of four in 2011) for nearly

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    Metropolitan statistical area (MSA)

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    Office visit—In the National Ambu

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    Hospital-based physician—These ph

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    can be counted in different ways de

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    Table XIV. Private health care cove

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    for slightly more than 2% of mother

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    the Hispanic and non-Hispanic white

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    Suicidal ideation—Suicidal ideati

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    Index

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    A—Con. Table/Figure (F) Asian or

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    D Table/Figure (F) Deaths, death ra

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    H—Con. Table/Figure (F) Hispanic

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    M—Con. Table/Figure (F) Metropoli

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    S Table/Figure (F) Salmonellosis, s

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