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  • Digital : CDC1989-Scroll down to U.S. Decennial Life Tables for 1989 to 1991.
    no. 1. Alabama -- no. 2. Alaska -- no. 3. Arizona -- no. 4. Arkansas -- no. 5. California -- no. 6. Colorado -- no. 7. Connecticut -- no. 8. Delaware -- no. 9. District of Columbia -- no. 10. Florida -- no. 11. Georgia -- no. 12. Hawaii -- no. 13. Idaho -- no. 14. Illinois -- no. 15. Indiana -- no. 16. Iowa -- no. 17. Kansas -- no. 18. Kentucky -- no. 19. Louisiana -- no. 20. Maine -- no. 21. Maryland -- no. 22. Massachusetts -- no. 23. Michigan -- no. 24. Minnesota -- no. 25. Mississippi -- no. 26. Missouri -- no. 27. Montana -- no. 28. Nebraska -- no. 29. Nevada -- no. 30. New Hampshire -- no. 31. New Jersey -- no. 32. New Mexico -- no. 33. New York -- no. 34. North Carolina -- no. 35. North Dakota -- no. 36. Ohio -- no. 37. Oklahoma -- no. 38. Oregon -- no. 39. Pennsylvania -- no. 40. Rhode Island -- no. 41. South Carolina -- no. 42. South Dakota -- no. 43. Tennessee -- no. 44. Texas -- no. 46. Vermont -- no. 47. Virginia -- no. 48. Washington -- no. 49. West Virginia -- no. 50. Wisconsin-- no. 51. Wyoming.
  • Digital1997-
  • "UK Biobank is a major national health resource, and a registered charity in its own right, with the aim of improving the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of serious and life-threatening illnesses -- including cancer, heart diseases, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, eye disorders, depression and forms of dementia. UK Biobank recruited 500,000 people aged between 40-69 years in 2006-2010 from across the country to take part in this project. They have undergone measures, provided blood, urine and saliva samples for future analysis, detailed information about themselves and agreed to have their health followed. Over many years this will build into a powerful resource to help scientists discover why some people develop particular diseases and others do not.".--Website.
  • Collates the most recent country-specific data on the spread and impact of the HIV virus, together with information on risky behaviors and health sector response information (e.g. data on people receiving treatment and coverage of HIV counselling and testing).
  • "All statistics of UNCTAD are harmonized and integrated into UNCTADstat- free to use dissemination platform. It gives access to basic and derived indicators built upon common rules, harmonized environment and clear methodology supported by powerful data browsing system. The statistical series are regularly updated and classified into easy-to-navigate themes. UNCTADstat offers ready-to-use analytical groupings, with a unique coverage for countries and products and a particular focus on developing and transition economies. This approach ensures data consistency across multiple data series, and enables users to harness its full potential by mixing and matching data from various domains."--website.
  • "UNdata is the brainchild of UNSD, the statistical arm of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs and the coordinator of statistical activities throughout the UN System. UNSD's core mission is to advance the development of the global statistical system and promote the dissemination of statistical information. This database service is part of a project launched by UNSD in 2005, called "Statistics as a Public Good", whose objectives are to provide free access to global statistics, to educate users about the importance of statistics for evidence-based policy and decision-making and to assist National Statistical Offices of Member Countries to strengthen their data dissemination capabilities. The project is implemented in partnership with Statistics Sweden and the Gapminder Foundation with partial financial support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)."--website.
  • Digital : WHO2014
    Print2014
    "Surveillance data collected in vital registration and TB notification systems provide essential information about the TB epidemic and programmatic efforts to control the disease at both national and local levels. Analysis of these data can help programme managers and other staff to track the level of and trends in TB disease burden, detect outbreaks of disease and identify ways to improve existing TB prevention, diagnostic and treatment services. This book provides practical guidance on the analysis and use of such surveillance data, and is suitable for a wide range of people engaged in TB control. It was produced as a major collaborative effort as part of the work of the WHO's Global Task Force on TB Impact Measurement."-- back cover.
  • Rezarta Islamaj Dogan, G. Craig Murray, Aurélie Névéol, and Zhilong Lu.
    ArticleFulltext
    Database. 2009
    Presents an anlysis of Mar. 2008 search activity in PubMed, which consisted of over 58 million queries comprising 23 million user sessions. Findings include: PubMed users are more persistent than in general and often reformulate queries based on previous results; most frequent searches were for author name, gene/protein, and disease; abbreviations were very frequently used in queries; result set size influenced user's decisions.
  • "The database currently contains data about UNHCR's populations of concern from the year 1951 up to 2014 and you can use it to investigate different aspects of these populations: their general composition by location of residence or origin, their status (refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced persons, etc.), their evolution over time, and so on."--website.
  • Digital : Google BooksFulltext (1996)
    Digital : Google BooksFulltext (1997)
  • Digital1980/96-
  • Digital : CDC/NCI2002
    Print2002
  • Digital : Google BooksFulltext (1993)
    Digital : Google BooksFulltext (1998)
  • Digital : USRDS1994-
    Contains statistics on end stage renal disease (ESRD) such as life expenctancy following transplant, survival rates, prevalence and costs of ESRD therapy, international comparisons of ESRD, and treatment modalitites such as dialysis and hemodialysis.
  • RAND Corporation, Lisa M. Sontag-Padilla, Rachel M. Burns, Regina A. Shih, Beth Ann Griffin, Laurie T. Martin, Anita Chandra ; University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Frances Tylavsky.
    Digital2015
    Machine generated contents note: ch. One Introduction -- The Importance of Examining Early-Childhood Cognitive and Behavioral Development -- The Urban Child Institute and the History of the CANDLE Study -- Purpose of This Report -- Structure of the Report -- ch. Two Study Design and Methods -- Study Design -- Eligibility -- Recruitment -- Data Collection -- Study Population -- Analytic Sample and Attrition over Time -- Approach to Weighting the CANDLE Sample -- Sample Characteristics -- Sample Characteristics Used for Weighting (Age, Race, Education, Income) -- Other Demographic Characteristics of the Mothers in the Sample -- Demographic Characteristics of the Child's Father -- Measures -- ch. Three Prenatal and Birth Measures -- Maternal Baseline Enrollment Data Form -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Scoring -- Data Notes -- Data -- Labor and Delivery Form -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Scoring -- Data -- Neonatal Summary Form -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data -- ch. Four Child and Family Health -- Child Health Update Form -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Brief Infant Sleep Questionnaire -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Family Health History -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Residence Establishment and Lead Risk Assessment -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Child Exam -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Children with Special Health Care Needs Screener -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- ch. Five Child and Family Nutrition -- Block Food Frequency Questionnaire -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Choline Inhibitor Questionnaire -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Infant Feeding Questionnaire -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Food Supplement Information -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- ch. Six Mother's Mental and Behavioral Health -- Temperament Evaluation of Memphis, Pisa, Paris, and San Diego -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Scoring -- Data Notes -- Data -- Brief Symptom Inventory -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- ch. Seven Cognitive Performance -- Bayley Scales of Infant Development -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- ch. Eight Psychosocial Measures -- Conflict Tactics Scales -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Traumatic Life Events Questionnaire -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Social Support Questionnaire, 6th Edition -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Knowledge of Infant Development Inventory -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Household Questionnaire -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Child Abuse Potential Inventory -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Parenting Stress Index Short Form -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Parent-Child Interaction Nursing Child Assessment Satellite Training Teaching Scales -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Child Care Information -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Scales of Independent Behavior -- Revised -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Data Notes -- Data -- Brief Infant Toddler Social Emotional Assessment -- Background -- Description -- Administration -- Scoring -- Data Notes -- Data -- ch. Nine Implications and Potential Benefits for the CANDLE Study -- Appendix. Biological Samples -- Biologic Measures -- Biological Lead Substudy.
  • Database : USDA
  • [By R. Bethene Ervin, Jacqueline D. Wright, and Jocelyn Kennedy-Stephenson].
    Digital1999

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