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Advance data from vital and health statistics; numbers 51-60
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Advance data from vital and health statistics; numbers 51-60
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    Overweight adults in the United States (No. 51) -- Changes in cigarette smoking and current smoking practices among adults: United States, 1978 (No. 52) -- Office visits involving X-rays, National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey United States, 1977 (No. 53) -- Fats, cholesterol, and sodium intake in the diet of persons 1-74 years: United States (No. 54) -- Reproductive impairments among currently married couples: United States, 1976 (No. 55) -- Wanted and unwanted births reported by mothers 15-44 years of Age: United States, 1976 (No. 56) -- Office visits for diabetes mellitus, National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: United States, 1977 (No .57) -- Remarriages of women 15-44 years of age whose first marriage ended in divorce: United States, 1976 (No. 58) -- Trends in breast feeding (No. 59) -- 1978 summary: National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (No 60)

    "Data in this report from health and demographic surveys present statistics by age and other variables on ambulatory medical care; changes in cigarette smoking practices; fats, cholesterol, and sodium intake in the diet; reproductive impairments among currently married couples; wanted and unwanted births reported by mothers; remarriages of women whose first marriage ended in divorce; and trends in breast feeding, Estimates are based on the civilian noninstiiutionalized population of the United States, These reports were originally published in 1979 and 1980."

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