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report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=22Not ApplicableWhen you are away from your current job (such as on weekends or vacations) are your nose symptoms better, worse, or unchanged? (If more than one current job, consider the job you spend the most time doing.)2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? January2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? February2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? March2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? April2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? May2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? June2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? July2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? August2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? September2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? October2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? November2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableIn which of the past 12 months were you bothered watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu? December2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=22Not ApplicableIn the past 12 months, have you been bothered by watery, itchy, or burning eyes when you DID NOT have a cold or the flu?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableWhen you are away from your current job (such as on weekends or vacations) are your eye symptoms better, worse, or unchanged? (If more than one current job, consider the job you spend the most time doing.)2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableWhen you are near animals such as cats, dogs, or horses or near feathers including pillows, quilts or comforters or in a dusty or moldy part of the house, do you ever: start to cough?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableWhen you are near animals such as cats, dogs, or horses or near feathers including pillows, quilts or comforters or in a dusty or moldy part of the house, do you ever: start to wheeze?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableWhen you are near animals such as cats, dogs, or horses or near feathers including pillows, quilts or comforters or in a dusty or moldy part of the house, do you ever: start to feel short of breath?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableWhen you are near animals such as cats, dogs, or horses or near feathers including pillows, quilts or comforters or in a dusty or moldy part of the house, do you ever: get a feeling of tightness in your chest?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableWhen you are near animals such as cats, dogs, or horses or near feathers including pillows, quilts or comforters or in a dusty or moldy part of the house, do you ever: get a runny or stuffy nose or start to sneeze?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=23Not ApplicableWhen you are near animals such as cats, dogs, or horses or near feathers including pillows, quilts or comforters or in a dusty or moldy part of the house, do you ever: get itching or watering eyes?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=24Not ApplicableWhen you are near trees, grass, or flowers, or when there is a lot of pollen in the air, do you ever: start to cough?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=24Not ApplicableWhen you are near trees, grass, or flowers, or when there is a lot of pollen in the air, do you ever: start to wheeze?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=24Not ApplicableWhen you are near trees, grass, or flowers, or when there is a lot of pollen in the air, do you ever: start to feel short of breath?2006
report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=24Not ApplicableWhen you are near trees, grass, or flowers, or when there is a lot of pollen in the air, do you ever: get a feeling of tightness in your chest?2006