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Advance data from Vital and health statistics; numbers 241-250
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Advance data from Vital and health statistics; numbers 241-250
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    Health of the foreign-born population: United States, 1989-90 (no. 241) -- Firearm and motor vehicle injury mortality variations by state, race, and ethnicity United States, 1990-91 (no. 242) -- AIDS knowledge and attitudes for 1992 data from the National Health Interview Survey (no. 243) -- Nursing homes and board and care homes data from the 1991 National Health Provider Inventory (no. 244) -- National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey 1992 emergency department summary (no. 245) -- Restricted activity days and other problems associated with use of marijuana or cocaine among persons 18-44 years of age: United States, 1991 (no. 246) -- Characteristics of elderly home health patients preliminary data from the 1992 National Home and Hospice Survey (no. 247) -- Outpatient department summary: National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey,1992, (no. 248) -- Summary: National Hospital Discharge Survey (no. 249) -- Injury prevention measures in households with children in the United States, 1990 (no. 250)

    "Data in this report from health and demographic surveys present statistics by age and other variables on health of the foreign-born population; firearm and motor vehicle injury mortality; AIDS knowledge and attitudes; nursing homes and board and care homes; summaries of outpatient departments, emergency departments, and hospital discharge survey data; problems associated with use of marijuana or cocaine among persons 18-44 years old; characteristics of elderly home health patients; and injury prevention measures in households with children. Estimates are based on the civilian noninstitutionalized population of the United States. These reports were originally published in 1993 and 1994."

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