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publication  221712 Image Title Data Brief No. 148 | Use of Medication Prescribed for Emotional or Behavioral Difficulties Among Children Aged 6–17 Years in the United States, 2011–2012
Pub ID 221712
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description This report describes the sociodemographic characteristics of children aged 6–17 years prescribed medication or taking medication during the past 6 months for emotional or behavioral difficulties, and describes parental reports of the perceived benefit of this medication.
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publication  221706 Image Title Data Brief No. 149 | Unintentional Drowning Deaths in the United States, 1999 -2010
Pub ID 221706
Program National Center for Health Statistics
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publication  221722 Image Title Data Brief No. 150 | Injury-related Emergency Department Visits by Children and Adolescents: US 2009-2010
Pub ID 221722
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description Injury is the leading cause of death and a major source of morbidity among children and adolescents in the United States ...This report examines nationally representative data on injury-related ED visits by children and adolescents aged 18 years and under in the United States during 2009–2010. Injury-related ED visit rates were also compared for the age groups 0–4, 5–12, and 13–18 years, as these correspond to the preschool, school-age, and teen life periods respectively.
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publication  221721 Image Title Data Brief No. 151 | State Variability in Supply of Office-based Primary Care Providers: US 2012
Pub ID 221721
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description This report presents state estimates of the supply of primary care physicians per capita, as well as the availability of physician assistants or nurse practitioners in primary care physicians’ practices. Estimates are based on data from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS), Electronic Health Records (EHR) Survey, a nationally representative survey of office-based physicians.
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publication  221720 Image Title Data Brief No. 152 | First Births to Older Women Continue to Rise
Pub ID 221720
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description This report explores trends in first births to women aged 35–39 and 40–44 years from 1970 to 2012, and by race and Hispanic origin from 1990 to 2012 (the most recent year for which comparable data are available). Trends in first births for older women by state are examined for the recent period, 2000 to 2012.
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publication  221729 Image Title Data Brief No. 153 | Cardiorespiratory Fitness Levels Among US youth aged 12-15 years: United States 1999-2004
Pub ID 221729
Program National Center for Health Statistics
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publication  221731 Image Title Data Brief No. 154 | Marriage, Cohabitation and Men's Use of Preventive Health Care Services
Pub ID 221731
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description With data from the 2011–2012 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), selected measures of preventive health care service use were compared for three groups of men aged 18–64: married men (defined as those living with a spouse), cohabiting men (defined as those living with a partner who is not a spouse), and other not-married men. The consistency of observed differences by age and health insurance coverage status was also investigated.
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publication  221732 Image Title Data Brief No. 155 | Recent Declines in Induction of Labor by Gestational Age
Pub ID 221732
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description Since 2006, births delivered at less than 39 weeks have declined (down 12%), and births at 39 weeks or more have increased (up 9%) (1). This report explores trends in induction of labor for singleton births by gestational age, maternal age, race and Hispanic origin, and state for 2006–2012.
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publication  221766 Image Title Data Brief No. 156 | Fruit and Vegetable Consumption of U.S Youth 2009-2010
Pub ID 221766
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description This report examines the percentage of youth aged 2–19 years who consumed fruits and vegetables on a given day in 2009–2010, using data from one 24-hour dietary recall interview
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publication  221754 Image Title Data Brief No. 157 | TV Watching and computer use in U.S. youth aged 12-15, 2012
Pub ID 221754
Program National Center for Health Statistics
Description Excessive screen-time behaviors, such as using a computer and watching TV, for more than 2 hours daily have been linked with elevated blood pressure, elevated serum cholesterol, and being overweight or obese among youth (1–3). Additionally, screen-time behavior established in adolescence has been shown to track into adulthood (4). The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute-supported Expert Panel and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommend that children limit leisure screen time to 2 hours or less daily (5,6). This report presents national estimates of TV watching and computer use outside of the school day.
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