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Advance data from Vital and health statistics; numbers 121-130
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Advance data from Vital and health statistics; numbers 121-130
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    Aging in the eighties, prevalence and impact of urinary problems in individuals age 65 years and over, preliminary data from the supplement on aging to the National Health Interview Survey: United States, January-June 1984 (no 121) -- Use of dental services: United States, 1983 (no 122) -- The Management of chronic pain in office-based ambulatory care: National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (no 123) -- Aging in the eighties, age 65 years and over-use of community services, preliminary data from the Supplement to the National Health Interview Survey United States, January-June 1985 (no 124) -- Aging in the eighties, impaired senses for sound and light in persons age 65 years and over, preliminary data from the Supplement on Aging to the National Health Interview Survey: United States, January-June 1984 (no 125) -- Health promotion data for the 1990 objectives, estimates from the National Health Interview Survey of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: United States, 1985 (no 126) -- 1985 summary: National Hospital Discharge Survey (no 127) -- 1985 summary National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (no 128) -- Visits to office-based physicians by Hispanic persons: United States, 1980-81 (no 129) -- Prevalence of known diabetes among Black Americans (no 130)

    "Data in this report from health and demographic surveys present statistics by age and other variables on ambulatory medical care; prevalence and impact of urinary problems; use of dental services; impaired senses of sound and light; visits to office-based physicians; and prevalence of known diabetes, Estimates are based on the civilian noninstitutionalized population of the United States, These reports were originally published in 1986 and 1987."

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