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Advance data from Vital and health statistics; numbers 211-220
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Advance data from Vital and health statistics; numbers 211-220
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    Office visits for diabetes mellitus: United States, 1989 (no. 211) -- Prevalence of major digestive disorders and bowel symptoms, 1989 (no. 212) -- National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: 1990 summary (no. 213) -- Office visits for otitis media: United States, 1975-90 (no. 214) -- Health insurance and utilization of medical care for chronically ill children with special needs: health of our nation's children, United States, 1988 (no. 215) -- AIDS knowledge and attitudes for January-March 1991 (no. 216) -- Assistive technology devices and home accessibility features: prevalence, payment, need, and trends (no. 217) -- Serious mental illness and disability in the adult household population: United States, 1989 (no. 218) -- Trends in childhood use of dental care products containing fluoride: United States, 1983-89 (no. 219) -- Expected principal source of payment for hospital discharges: United States, 1990 (no. 220)

    "Data in this reportfrom health and demographic surveys present statistics by age and other variables on office visits to cardiovascular disease specialists, characteristics of persons dying from heart and cerebrovascular diseases, use of vitamin and mineral supplements, forearm mortality among children and youth, and AIDS knowledge and attitudes, Estimates are based on the civilian noninstitutionalized population of the United States, These reports were originally published in 1989. "

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