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Restricted-Activity Days in the U.S., 1997 and 2001
J. Rhoades (au)
Provides estimates of restricted-activity days for the civilian non-institutionalized population of the U.S. Estimates were examined by age, race/ethnicity, sex, marital status, health insurance coverage, education, income & health status, & area of residence. Estimates from 1997 & 2001 were compared to determine the relationship between restricted-activity days & selected population characteristics. From 1997 to 2001, there was a decline in the proportion of the population with workdays lost due to physical illness, injury, or a mental or emotional problem. Compared to blacks & Hispanics, people in the whites & others category were the most likely to have workdays & schooldays lost in 1997 & 2001. Charts & tables.
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