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Linkage of the 1999-2008 National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES) to Traffic Indicators from the National Highway Planning Network (NHPN)
Jennifer D. Parker (au)
Evidence has shown the harmful effects of traffic-related pollution on human health, including adverse respiratory, cardiovascular, and pregnancy outcomes. This report describes the linkage of data from the 1999-2008 NHANES and traffic indicators from the 2005 NHPN. Using the traffic indicators, data show differences in traffic exposure by several participant characteristics including poverty status. Further, reporting of fair or poor health was more common among NHANES respondents nearer to, compared with farther from roads. The report concludes that these data may be a resource for understanding relationships between traffic exposure and adverse health, and for identifying subgroups that may be at increased risk. Illus. A print on demand report.
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