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Copyright information Permission has been obtained from the copyright holders to reproduce certain quoted material in this report. Further reproduction of this material is prohibited without specific permission of the copyright holder. All other material contained in this report is in the public domain and may be used and reprinted without special permission; citation as to source, however, is appreciated. Suggested citation National Center for Health Statistics. Health, United States, 2014: With Special Feature on Adults Aged 55–64. Hyattsville, MD. 2015. Library of Congress Catalog Number 76–641496 For sale by Superintendent of Documents U.S. Government Printing Office Washington, DC 20402

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  • Page 8 and 9: Acknowledgments Overall responsibil
  • Page 10 and 11: Contents Preface ..................
  • Page 12 and 13: List of Chartbook Figures Mortality
  • Page 14 and 15: Summary List of Trend Tables by Top
  • Page 16 and 17: Table 33. Death rates for suicide,
  • Page 18 and 19: Health Care Resources Personnel Tab
  • Page 20 and 21: At a Glance Table and Highlights
  • Page 22 and 23: Health Care Utilization Health, Uni
  • Page 24 and 25: Health Risk Factors Children In 200
  • Page 26 and 27: Health Care Payers In 2013, 34.3% o
  • Page 28 and 29: Mortality Life Expectancy at Birth
  • Page 30 and 31: Natality Teenage Childbearing Figur
  • Page 32 and 33: Health Risk Factors Uncontrolled Hi
  • Page 34 and 35: Prevention Vaccination Coverage Amo
  • Page 36 and 37: Utilization and Access Emergency De
  • Page 38 and 39: Chartbook: Figures 20-29 Special Fe
  • Page 40 and 41: This Special Feature explores recen
  • Page 42 and 43: Leading Causes of Death In 2013, al
  • Page 44 and 45: Psychological Distress: Serious or
  • Page 46 and 47: Leisure-time Physical Activity In 2
  • Page 48 and 49: Health Care Utilization For those a
  • Page 50 and 51: Prescription Drug Use In 2009-2012,
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    Data Tables for Special Feature: Fi

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    Data table for Figure 21. Selected

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    Data table for Figure 23. Current c

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    Data table for Figure 25. Health in

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    Data table for Figure 27. Use of pr

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    Data table for Figure 29. Adults ag

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    References 1. Xu JQ, Murphy SL, Koc

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    55. National Heart, Lung, and Blood

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    Trend Tables

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    Table 1 (page 2 of 3). Resident pop

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    Table 2 (page 1 of 2). Persons belo

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    Table 3 (page 1 of 3). Crude birth

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    Table 3 (page 3 of 3). Crude birth

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    Table 4 (page 2 of 2). Teenage chil

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    Table 6. Low birthweight live birth

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    Table 7 (page 2 of 3). Low birthwei

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    Table 8. Legal abortions, legal abo

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    Table 9 (page 2 of 6). Contraceptiv

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    Table 9 (page 4 of 6). Contraceptiv

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    Table 9 (page 6 of 6). Contraceptiv

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    Table 11 (page 1 of 2). Infant, neo

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    Table 12. Infant mortality rates, b

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    Table 13 (page 2 of 3). Infant mort

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    Table 14. Infant mortality rates an

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    Table 15 (page 2 of 2). Life expect

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    Table 16 (page 2 of 2). Life expect

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    Table 17 (page 2 of 2). Age-adjuste

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    Table 18 (page 2 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 18 (page 4 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 19 (page 2 of 4). Years of po

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    Table 19 (page 4 of 4). Years of po

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    Table 20 (page 2 of 4). Leading cau

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    Table 20 (page 4 of 4). Leading cau

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    Table 21 (page 2 of 2). Leading cau

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    Table 22 (page 2 of 3). Age-adjuste

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    Table 23 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 23 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 24 (page 1 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 24 (page 3 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 25 (page 2 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 26 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 26 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 27 (page 1 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 27 (page 3 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 28 (page 2 of 2). Death rates

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    Table 29 (page 2 of 2). Death rates

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    Table 30 (page 2 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 31 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 31 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 32 (page 1 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 32 (page 3 of 4). Death rates

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    Table 33 (page 1 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 33 (page 3 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 34 (page 2 of 3). Death rates

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    Table 35. Deaths from selected occu

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    Table 36 (page 2 of 2). Occupationa

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    Table 37 (page 2 of 2). Selected no

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    Table 38 (page 2 of 2). Human immun

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    Table 39 (page 2 of 5). Health cond

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    Table 39 (page 4 of 5). Health cond

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    Table 40 (page 1 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 40 (page 3 of 4). Age-adjuste

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    Table 41. Five-year relative cancer

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    Table 42 (page 2 of 2). Respondent-

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    Table 43 (page 2 of 2). Number of r

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    Table 44 (page 2 of 2). Diabetes pr

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    Table 45 (page 2 of 2). End-stage r

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    Table 46 (page 2 of 3). Severe head

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    Table 47 (page 1 of 2). Disability

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    Table 48 (page 1 of 2) . Vision lim

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    Table 49 (page 1 of 2). Hearing lim

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    Table 50 (page 1 of 2) . Respondent

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    Table 51 (page 1 of 2) . Serious ps

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    Table 52 (page 1 of 2). Current cig

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    Table 53. Age-adjusted prevalence o

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    Table 54 (page 2 of 3). Current cig

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    Table 55 (page 1 of 2). Use of sele

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    Table 56 (page 1 of 3). Use of sele

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    Table 56 (page 3 of 3). Use of sele

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    Table 57 (page 2 of 3). Health risk

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    Table 58 (page 1 of 3). Heavier dri

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    Table 58 (page 3 of 3). Heavier dri

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    Table 59 (page 2 of 2). Selected he

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    Table 60 (page 2 of 2). Hypertensio

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    Table 61 (page 2 of 4). Cholesterol

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    Table 61 (page 4 of 4). Cholesterol

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    Table 62 (page 2 of 2). Mean macron

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    Table 63 (page 2 of 5). Participati

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    Table 63 (page 4 of 5). Participati

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    Table 64 (page 1 of 7). Healthy wei

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    Table 64 (page 3 of 7). Healthy wei

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    Table 64 (page 5 of 7). Healthy wei

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    Table 64 (page 7 of 7). Healthy wei

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    Table 65 (page 2 of 2). Obesity amo

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    Table 66 (page 2 of 2). Untreated d

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    Table 67 (page 2 of 2). No usual so

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    Table 68 (page 2 of 2). No usual so

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    Table 69 (page 2 of 3). Delay or no

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    Table 70 (page 1 of 2). No health c

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    Table 71 (page 1 of 3). Health care

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    Table 71 (page 3 of 3). Health care

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    Table 72 (page 2 of 3). Vaccination

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    Table 73. Vaccination coverage for

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    Table 74 (page 2 of 2). Influenza v

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    Table 75 (page 2 of 2). Pneumococca

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    Table 76 (page 2 of 3). Use of mamm

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    Table 77 (page 1 of 5). Use of Pap

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    Table 77 (page 3 of 5). Use of Pap

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    Table 77 (page 5 of 5). Use of Pap

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    Table 78 (page 2 of 2). Use of colo

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    Table 79 (page 2 of 4). Emergency d

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    Table 79 (page 4 of 4). Emergency d

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    Table 80 (page 2 of 3). Emergency d

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    Table 81 (page 1 of 2). Initial inj

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    Table 82 (page 1 of 3). Visits to p

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    Table 82 (page 3 of 3). Visits to p

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    Table 83 (page 2 of 2). Visits to p

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    Table 84 (page 2 of 2). Dental visi

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    Table 85 (page 2 of 2). Prescriptio

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    Table 86 (page 2 of 3). Selected pr

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    Table 87 (page 1 of 4). Persons wit

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    Table 87 (page 3 of 4). Persons wit

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    Table 88 (page 1 of 3). Discharges,

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    Table 88 (page 3 of 3). Discharges,

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    Table 89 (page 2 of 3). Discharge r

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    Table 90 (page 1 of 4). Discharges

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    Table 90 (page 3 of 4). Discharges

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    Table 91. Hospital admissions, aver

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    Table 93. Doctors of medicine, by p

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    Table 95. Active dentists, by state

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    Table 97. First-year enrollment and

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    Table 99. Community hospital beds a

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    Table 101 (page 1 of 2). Nursing ho

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    Table 102 (page 1 of 2). Gross dome

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    Table 105 (page 2 of 3). Cost of ho

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    Table 106 (page 3 of 3). Expenses f

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    Table 107 (page 2 of 3). Sources of

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    Table 108. Out-of-pocket health car

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    Table 109 (page 2 of 2). National h

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    Table 111 (page 1 of 3). Private he

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    Table 111 (page 3 of 3). Private he

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    Table 112 (page 2 of 3). Private he

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    Table 113 (page 1 of 3). Medicaid c

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    Table 113 (page 3 of 3). Medicaid c

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    Table 114 (page 2 of 3). No health

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    Table 115 (page 1 of 2). Health ins

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    Table 116 (page 1 of 2). Medicare e

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    Table 117 (page 1 of 2). Medicare b

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    Table 118 (page 1 of 2). Medicaid b

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    Table 119. Medicaid beneficiaries a

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    Table 121 (page 1 of 2). Medicare e

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    Table 122. Medicaid beneficiaries,

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    Table 123 (page 2 of 3). Persons un

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    Appendixes

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    Birthweight .......................

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    Table VII. Percentage of persons un

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    Government Sources Abortion Surveil

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    additional information have average

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    Community hospitals are defined by

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    Sample Size and Response Rate. In 2

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    dropout population is at higher ris

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    2014 June 11. Available from: http:

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    Expenditure Survey data (Bureau of

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    weights derived from the 2000 censu

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    hospitals, or hospital associations

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    For More Information. See the NIS w

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    entire 110-PSU design was completed

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    offices of each of the 50 states, N

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    may be required to examine the body

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    Methodology. In Health, United Stat

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    The postcensal estimates are consis

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    Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End

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    Sample Size and Response Rate. The

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    federal, state, AAMC, and professio

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    Appendix II. Definitions and Method

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    Table II. United States projected y

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    Average length of stay—In the Nat

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    MD: NCHS; 2010. Available from: htt

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    Table IV. Cause-of-death codes, by

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    collected in the Sample Adult quest

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    questions about attending movies or

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    on laboratory measurements, and thu

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    and savings benefits (pension and o

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    Table VI. Imputed family income per

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    Health consumption expenditures are

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    Mixed model HMO is an HMO that comb

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    Hispanic origin. Beginning with 201

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    Short-stay hospital—In the Nation

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    differently. Estimates classified b

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    Table X. Codes for diagnostic categ

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    Table XI. Codes for procedure categ

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    for New York and Michigan, respecti

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    From its inception, Medicare has in

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    facilities that have obtained waive

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    at least 10 minutes duration and ab

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    Classification of Diseases, 9th Rev

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    Table XIIl. Current cigarette smoki

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    The NHANES sample for data years 19

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    Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander,

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    During the past 30 days, how often

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    completed the vaccine series. In Oc

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    Index (Numbers are table and figure

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    B—Con. Table/Figure (F) Black or

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    G—Con. Table/Figure (F) Geographi

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    M Table/Figure (F) Malignant neopla

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    O—Con. Table/Figure (F) Older pop

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    W—Con. Table/Figure (F) White pop

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