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National Health and NutritionExamination Survey1999–2016 Survey Content BrochureNational Center for Health StatisticsNational Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

The Survey Content Brochure is a summary of the available 1999–2016NHANES data.The National Health and Nutrition ExaminationSurvey (NHANES) is a program of studies designed toassess the health and nutritional status of adults andchildren in the United States. The survey is uniquein that it combines interviews with physical andlaboratory examinations.The NHANES program began in the early 1960s andhas been conducted as a series of surveys focusingon different population groups or health topics.The historical surveys are referred to as NHANES I,NHANES II, and NHANES III.In 1999, the survey became a continuous programthat has adaptable components on a varietyof health and nutrition measurements to meetemerging needs. The survey examines a nationallyrepresentative sample of about 5,000 persons eachyear. These persons are located in counties across thecountry, 15 of which are visited each year.Table of ContentsTable 1. Questionnaire topic areas of the National Health andNutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Table 2. Post-examimation follow-up questionnaire components of theNational Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 . . . . . . 4Table 3. Examination components of the National Health andNutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Table 4. Laboratory components of the National Health andNutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Appendix. Acronyms and abbreviations used in the NationalHealth and Nutrition Examination Survey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Table 1. Questionnaire topic areas of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentSample description1999–20002001–20022003–2004Change from original sample ent or lab test not conducted2011–20122013–20142015–2016Survey participant (SP) questionnaireAcculturation (ACQ)12 years and overAllergy (AGQ)1 year and overAir quality (AQQ)16 years and overBalance (BAQ)40 years and overBlood pressure and cholesterol (BPQ)16 years and overCardiovascular disease (CDQ)40 years and overCognitive functioning (CFQ)60 years and overDemographic background (DMQ)Birth and overDermatology (DEQ)6 years and over¹Diabetes (DIQ)1 year and overDiet behavior and nutrition (DBQ)Birth and overDietary screener module (DTQ)2–11 yearsDietary supplements (DSQ) and medications (RXQ)Birth and overDisability status (DLQ)1 year and overEarly childhood (ECQ)Birth–15 yearsHealth insurance (HIQ)Birth and overHearing/audiometry (AUQ)1 year and overHepatitis (HEQ)6 years and overHospital utilization and access to care (HUQ)Birth and overImmunization (IMQ)Birth and overInflammatory arthritis pain (ARQ)20–69 yearsKidney conditions (KIQ)20 years and overMedical conditions (MCQ)1 year and overMiscellaneous pain (MPQ)20 years and overOccupation (OCQ)12 years and over¹Oral health (OHQ)2 years and over¹Osteoporosis (OSQ)20 years and overPhysical activity and physical fitness (PAQ)2 years and overPhysical functioning (PFQ)1 year and over¹Respiratory health and disease (RDQ)1 year and overSleep disorders (SLQ)16 years and overSee footnotes at end of table.Note TNote ANote BNote UNote CNote DNote ENote FNote SNote HNote G1

Table 1. Questionnaire topic areas of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 (Continued)Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentSample descriptionSmoking and tobacco use (SMQ)20 years and overSocial support (SSQ)60 years and over¹Taste and smell (CSQ)40 years and overTuberculosis (TBQ)1 year and over¹Vision (VIQ)20 years and over¹Weight history (WHQ)16 years and over1999–20002001–20022003–2004Change from original sample ent or lab test not conducted2011–20122013–20142015–2016Note ENote HNote INote JNote KFamily questionnaireDemographic background (DMQ)Birth and overConsumer behavior (CBQ)Birth and overFood security (FSQ)²Birth and overHealth insurance (HIQ)Birth and overHousing characteristics (HOQ)Birth and overIncome (INQ)Birth and overPesticide use (PUQ)Birth and overSmoking-household (SMQ)Birth and overNote LNote MMobile examination center (MEC) questionnaireAudio computer-assisted self-interview (ACASI)8 years and overAlcohol use (ALQ)12–19 years¹Conduct disorders (CDQ)12–19 yearsDrug use (DUQ)12–59 years¹Food security (FSQ)12–15 yearsProstate conditions (PSQ)Males 20 years andoverPubertal maturation (PMQ)8–19 yearsSexual behavior (SXQ)14–59 years¹Smoking and tobacco use (SMQ)—Youth12–19 years¹Computer-assisted personal interview (CAPI)Note NNote ONote PNote QNote RNote N8 years and overAlcohol use (ALQ)20 years and over¹Bowel health (BHQ)20 years and overCurrent health status (HSQ)12 years and overDietary screener module (DTQ)12–69 yearsMuscle pain/creatine kinase (CKQ)12 years and overNote ESee footnotes at end of table.2

Table 1. Questionnaire topic areas of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 (Continued)Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentSample descriptionPesticide exposure (PUQ)8 years and overPhysical activity (PAQ)12–15 yearsProstate conditions (KIQ)Males 20 years andoverReproductive health (RHQ)Females 12 years andoverSmoking and tobacco use (SMQ)—Adult20 years and overUrology (KIQ)20 years and overVolatile toxicants (VTQ)1/3 sample 12 yearsand overWeight history (WHQ)8–15 years1999–20002001–20022003–2004Change from original sample ent or lab test not conducted2011–20122013–20142015–2016Note K*Upcoming survey cycle.¹Except where noted otherwise.²In 2001–2010, adult and child person-level food security data was collected after the dietary recall.Note A: Moved to MEC questionnaire and expanded.Note B: Aged 20–59 years.Note C: Asked in family questionnaire.Note D: Aged 16 years and over.Note E: Aged 18 years and over.Note F: Aged 30 years and over from 2009–2010 and 1 year and over from 2011–2014.Note G: Aged 5 years and over.Note H: Aged 40 years and over.Note I: Started in 2012.Note J: Aged 6 years and over.Note K: Aged 12 years and over.Note L: Found in SP questionnaire.Note M: Found in MEC interview.Note N: Aged 12–17 years.Note O: Aged 12–69 years.Note P: Found in SP questionnaire KIQ component.Note Q: Moved to CAPI.Note R: Aged 14–69 years.Note S: Added questions related to the enhanced fluorosis examination.Note T: Aged 3 years and over.Note U: Added questions related to anxiety and depression.3

Table 2. Post-examination follow-up questionnaire components of the National Health and Nutrition ExaminationSurvey, 1999–2016Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentFlexible consumer behavior survey module (FCBS)phone follow-up (CBQ)Sample description1999–20002001–20022003–2004Change from original sample ent or lab test not conducted2011–20122013–20142015–20161 year and overFood frequency2 years and overHepatitis C follow-up (HCQ)SPs with Hep CProstate-specific antigen (PSA) follow-upMen 40 years andover with highresults¹Note ANote B*Upcoming survey cycle.¹Except where noted otherwise.Note A: Data collected by mail.Note B: Conducted with men aged 40–70 years.4

Table 3. Examination components of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentSample descriptionArthritis body measures20–69 yearsAudiometry1/2 sample 20–69years¹Balance1/2 sample 40–69years¹Bioelectrical impedance analysis8–49 yearsBlood pressure8 years and overBody measurementsBirth and overCardiovascular (CV) fitness12–49 years¹Dermatology20–59 yearsDietaryBirth and overDietary supplementBirth and over1999–20002001–20022003–2004Change from original sample ent or lab test not conducted2011–20122013–2014Note A2015–2016Note ANote BNote CNote DNote ENote FDual energy x-ray absorptiometryAbdominal aortic calcification40 years and overBody composition8 years and over¹Bone density—hip and spine8 years and overVertebral fracture assessment40 years and overGrip strength testNote GNote HNote INote S6 years and overLower extremity diseasePeripheral neuropathy40 years and overPeripheral vascular disease40 years and overMental healthAttention deficit hyperactivity disorder(ADHD)—YouthAnxiety—Youth8–39 yearsParent of 8–15 yearsNote K8–19 yearsConduct disorders—YouthParent of 8–15 yearsNote KDepression—Youth8–19 yearsNote KEating disorders—Youth8–19 yearsNote KElimination disorders—YouthParent of 8–11 yearsNote KPanic disorder—Youth8–19 yearsDepression—Adult1/2 sample 20–39years¹Note LSee footnotes at end of table.5

Table 3. Examination components of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 (continued)Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentSample descriptionGeneralized anxiety—Adult1/2 sample 20–39yearsPanic disorder—Adult1/2 sample e from original sample ent or lab test not ologyRetinal photo40 years and overVisual fields40 years and overOral health2 years and overDental flurosis imaging2 years and overPhysical activity monitor6 years and overNote MNote NNote ONote PPhysical functioning8-foot timed walk50 years and over20-foot timed walk50 years and overIsokinetic50 years and overPhysician examNote KBirth and overRespiratory healthExhaled nitric oxide6–79 yearsSpirometry6–79 yearsTaste and smell40 years and overTuberculin skin test1 year and over¹Vision12 years and over*Upcoming survey cycle.¹Except where noted otherwise.Note A: Target ages are varied by year.Note B: Increased to full sample, 40 years and over.Note C: Sagittal abdominal diameter was added for SPs 8 aged years and over; skinfolds were dropped in 2011and added in 2012 for children aged 3–15 years.Note D: Conducted with the afternoon and evening SPs.Note E: In 2002, new interview system implemented; all SPs asked to complete a second recall by phone.Note F: A second recall by phone.Note G: Age range for women was 18 years and over.Note H: Aged 8–69 years.Note I: Aged 8–59 years.Note K: Data collection started in 2000.Note L: Ages 12 years and over with full sample using PHQ–9 screener.Note M: Changed from comprehensive dentist based exam to a simplified oral health screening for SPs aged5 years and over.Note QNote Rhygienist.Note O: Conducted by a dentist; sample is aged 1 year and over.Note P: Ages 3 years and over.Note Q: Data collection started in 2012.Note R: Aged 6 years and over.Note S: Aged 40 years and over.6

Table 4. Laboratory components of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentSample descriptionAcrylamide3 years and over¹Albumin26 years and over1999–20002001–20022003–2004Change from original sample ent or lab test not conducted2011–20122013–2014Note A2015–2016Note ANote LLAlbumin (home urine)Note B2Aldehydes1/3 sample (12 yearsand over) and alladult smokersApolipoprotein (B)1/2 sample 12 yearsand overAromatic amines21/3 sample (6 yearsand over) and alladult smokersArsenic21/3 sample 6 yearsand overBone alkaline phosphatase8 years and over¹BV/trichomonasFemales 14–49 yearsCadmiumNote CNote NNNote MMNote D1 year and overCaffeine exposure1/3 sample (6 yearsand over)CD4/CD818–49 years, HIV ,and controlsCeliac disease (tTG-EMA)6 years and overChemistry panel12 years and overChlamydia214–39 years2Cholesterol (total)Note JJ3 years and over¹Note AHigh density lipoprotein (HDL)3 years and over¹Note ALow density lipoprotein (LDL)Subsample 3 yearsand over¹Note EChromium/Cobalt40 years and overComplete blood count1 year and overCotinine3 years and overC-reactive protein (CRP)3 years and over¹Creatine phosphokinase12 years and overCreatinine26 years and overCreatinine (home urine)2See footnotes at end of table.6 years and overNote MM,NNNote FNote GNote FNote HNote LLNote B7

Table 4. Laboratory components of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 (continued)Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentSample descriptionCryptosporidium6–49 yearsCytomegalovirus1–5 yearsDiisocyanates3–5 years and 1/3sample 6 years andoverDust allergens1 year and overEnvironmental phenols1/3 sample 6 yearsand overErythrocyte protoporphyrin1 year and over¹Estradiol6 years and overFerritin1 year and over¹Fibrinogen40 years and overFluoride (plasma)6–19 yearsFluoride (water)Birth–19 yearsFluoride26–19 years1999–20002001–20022003–2004Change from original sample description2005–20062007–20082009–2010Note K3 years and over¹Note FNote FFollicle stimulating hormone/luteinizing hormone(FSH/LH)Females 35–60 yearsFungicides21/3 sample 6 yearsand over¹Glucose12 years and overGlycohemoglobin12 years and overGonorrhea214–39 yearsHalogenated phenolic compounds/environmentalpesticides21/3 sample 6 yearsand over¹3 years and overHepatitis A, B, C, D, E6 years and overHerbicides—substituted ureas and others1/3 sample 6 yearsand over¹Herpes 1 and 2 antibody14–49 years2015–2016Note K3 years and over¹2–5 years2013–2014Note JFolate (RBC)Helicobacter pylori2011–2012Note IFolate (serum)Hepatitis (antiHBs)Component or lab test not conductedNote LNote LNote INote MNote LSee footnotes at end of table.8

Table 4. Laboratory components of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 (continued)Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentHeterocylic aromatic amines2(Tobacco Markers)Sample description1999–20002001–20022003–2004Change from original sample ent or lab test not conducted2011–20122013–20142015–20161/3 sample (6 yearsand over) and alladult smokersHLA-B27 (inflammatory arthritis)20–69 yearsHomocysteine3 years and over¹Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) antibody18–49 yearsHuman papillomavirus (HPV) (oral rinse)14–69 yearsNote NNote ONote PHuman papillomavirus (HPV) (serum)14–59 yearsNote QHuman papillomavirus (HPV) (swab)Females 14–59 yearsNote QHuman papillomavirus (HPV) (male)14–59 yearsHydroxylated polychlorinated biphenyls1/3 sample 12 yearsand overImmunoglobulin E-allergens1 year and overInsulin/C-peptideSubsample 12 yearsand overIodine21/3 sample 6 yearsand over¹Iron1 year and overNote CNote R, Note CNote SNote SNote NNNote TLatex12–59 yearsLead1 year and overNote ILead dustHouseholds with 1–5yearsLp(a) (Lipoprotein(a))Subsample 12 yearsand overManganese21/3 sample 6 yearsand overMeasles/varicella/rubella6–49 yearsNote VMercury1–5 years, females16–49 years¹Note FMercury (hair)1–5 years, females16–49 yearsMercury2Females 16–49 years¹Note JJNote UNote INote WNote NNSee footnotes at end of table.9

Table 4. Laboratory components of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 (continued)Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentMetals2Sample description1 year and overMethylmalonic acid3 years and over¹NAL6 years and overNicotine 082009–2010Component or lab test not conducted2011–20121/3 sample 6 yearsand overMethicillin resistant staphlococcus aureus (MRSA)21999–2000Change from original sample description2013–2014Note MM1/3 sample 12 yearsand overN-teleopeptide2 (NTX)8 years and overOral glucose tolerance (OGTT)Subsample 12 yearsand overOrganophosphate insecticides21/3 sample 6 yearsand over¹Osmolality26 years and overParathyroid hormone6 years and overPerchlorate/thiocynate/nitrates26 years and over¹Perchlorate (water)1/2 sample 12 yearsand overPesticides21/3 sample 6 yearsand over Organochlorine21/3 sample 12 yearsand over Other21/3 sample 6 yearsand over¹ Pyrethroid21/3 sample 6 yearsand over¹Phthalates21/3 sample 6 yearsand overPhytoestrogens21/3 sample 6 yearsand overNote MM,NNNote ONote W,MM, NN1/3 sample (6 yearsand over) and alladult smokersNondioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls2015–2016Note NNNote IINote IINote CNote LNote NNNote XNote MM,NNNote NNNote LNote YNote NNSee footnotes at end of table.10

Table 4. Laboratory components of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 (continued)Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentSample descriptionPolyaromatic hydrocarbons2 (PAH)1/3 sample 6 yearsand overPolybrominated diphenyl ethers1/3 sample 12 yearsand overPolychlorinated and polybrominated dibenzop-dioxins, dibenzo-furans, coplanar and monoortho-substituted biphenyls1/3 sample 12 yearsand overPolyfluorinated compounds1/3 sample 12 yearsand over¹Polyunsaturated fatty acids3–11 years, a.m. SPs12 years and overProstate specific antigen (PSA)Males 40 years andoverSelenium/copper/zinc3–11 years¹Sex hormone binding globulin6 years and overStored sera6 years and overStored urine6 years and overSyphillis18–49 yearsTestosterone6 years and overThyroid function testing1/3 sample 12 yearsand over¹Tobacco-specific nitrosamines21/3 sample (6 yearsand over) and alladult smokersTotal iron binding capacity (TIBC)/transferrinsaturation1 year and over1Toxaphenes1/3 sample 12 yearsand overToxoplasma6–49 yearsTrans fatty acids3–11 years, a.m. SPs12 years and overTransferrin receptor1–5 years, females12–49 years1999–20002001–20022003–2004Change from original sample ent or lab test not conducted2011–20122013–2014Note MM2015–2016Note MM,NNNote IINote IINote OONote ZNote AANote BBNote CCNote DDNote EENote NNNote FFNote NNNote TNote ZSee footnotes at end of table.11

Table 4. Laboratory components of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 (continued)Component or lab test conducted on original sample descriptionComponentSample descriptionTrichomonas14–59 yearsTriglyceridesSubsample 3 yearsand 4Change from original sample ent or lab test not conducted2011–20122013–20142015–2016Note E6 years and overUrine flow rate calculation6 years and overVitamin A/E/carotenoids3 years and over¹Vitamin B61 year and overVitamin B123 years and over¹Vitamin C6 years and over2Vitamin DNote ANote F6 years and over¹Volatile nitrosamines1/3 sample (6 yearsand over) and alladult smokersVolatile organic compounds (VOCs)Subsample 20–59years¹Volatile organic compounds (VOC) exposuremonitorSubsample 20–59yearsVolatile organic compounds (VOC) (urine)Subsample (6 yearsand over) and alladult smokers2Volatile organic compounds (VOC) (water)Subsample 20–59years¹White blood cells/deoxyribonucleic acid (WBC/DNA)20 years and overNote ONote GGNote HHNote INote NNNote HH*Upcoming survey cycle.1Except where noted otherwise.2Urine sample.Note A: Aged 6 years and over. Beginning in 2013, Acrylamide test was conducted on one-third sample 6 years and over.Note B: Second specimen is collected in home.Note C: Morning SPs only.Note D: Aged 8–49 years.Note E: Aged 12 years and over; morning SPs only.Note F: Aged 1 year and over.Note G: In 2007–2008, for ages 20 and over; for ages 3 years and over in 2009–2010.Note H: Data collection started in 2010.Note I: Data collection ended in 2001.Note J: Aged 3–5 years and females aged 12–49 years.Note K: Aged 1–5 years and females aged 12–49 years.12

Table 4. Laboratory components of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2016 (continued)Note L: In 1999, subsample was one-fourth of those aged 12–59 years; in 1999–2002, subsample was one-half of thoseaged 6–11 years.Note M: Started hepatitis E in 2009.Note N: Conducted in 2009 only.Note O: Aged 20 years and over.Note P: Aged 18–59 years.Note Q: Data collection began in 2002.Note R: Insulin only.Note S: Data collection began in 2000 and was a full sample in 2007–2008 only.Note T: Age range changed to 3–5 years and females aged 12–59 years.Note U: Conducted in 2005 only.Note V: Mumps added.Note W: Conducted on a one-third sample of SPs aged 6 years and over.Note X: Analyzed retrospectively from surplus sera, 2001–2004; in 2005–2012, subsample was onethird of those aged 6 years and over.Note Y: In 2001–2002, subsample was one-half of those aged 6–11 years.Note Z: Analyzed retrospectively from surplus sera, 1999–2000.Note AA: Analyzed retrospectively from surplus sera, 2003–2006.Note BB: Selenium ended in 2001.Note CC: In 2003–2004, selenium was conducted on SPs aged 40 years and over.Note DD: Copper and zinc added. conducted on one-third sample on SPs aged 6 years and over.Note EE: Reduced number of vials.Note FF: In 2007–2008, full sample.Note GG: Vitamin D began in 2000; in 2003–2012, vitamin D was conducted on SPs aged 1 yearand over.Note HH: Conducted on a one-half sample of SPs aged 12 years and over.Note II: The individual serum samples were assigned by age, race and ethnicity, and gender groups;then the serum was pooled and tested by each group.Note JJ: All SPs aged 1–11 years; one-half sample aged 12 years and over.Note KK: Aged 40 years and over.Note LL: Aged 3 years and over.Note MM: Smokers aged 20 years and over added.Note NN: Ages 3-5 added.Note OO: Remove polybrominated dioxins and polybrominated furans.13

Appendix. Acronyms and abbreviations used in the National Health and Nutrition Examination SurveyACASIAudio computer-assisted self-interviewADHDAttention deficit hyperactivity disorderBVBacterial vaginosisCAPIComputer-assisted personal interviewCBQConsumer behavior questionnaireCD4/CD8T lymphocyte helper cellsCDISCNational Institute of Mental Health’s Computerized Diagnostic Interview Schedule for ChildrenCIDIWorld Health Organization’s Composite International Diagnostic InterviewCRPC-reactive proteinCV fitnessCardiovascular fitnessFCBSFlexible Consumer Behavior Survey moduleFSH/LHFollicle stimulating hormone/luteinizing hormoneHBsHepatitis B surface antibodyHDLHigh density lipoproteinHIVHuman immunodeficiency virusHLA-B27Human leukocyte antigen B27HPVHuman papillomavirusLDLLow density lipoproteinLp(a)Lipoprotein (a)MECMobile examination centerMRSAMethicillin resistant staphlococcus aureusNTXN-telopeptides of bone type I collagenOGTTOral glucose tolerance testPAHPolyaromatic hydrocarbonsPSAProstate specific antigenPTHParathyroid hormoneRBCRed blood cellSPSurvey participantTHThyroxinTIBCTotal iron binding capacityTSHThyroid stimulating hormoneTTG-EMAAnti-transglutaminase (tTG) and anti-endomysium (EMA) antibodiesVOCVolatile organic compoundsWBC/DNAWhite blood cells/deoxyribonucleic acid14

NHANES Data TutorialsNHANES data tutorials provide relevant background data; tips and explanations for SAS and SUDAAN programs; downloadable sampleprogram code; and analytic guidance. Tutorials are organized and integrated into modules and tasks to facilitate this learning process.Continuous NHANES TutorialSpecial -topic TutorialsEverything you want and need to know about analyzing continuous (1999 and later)NHANES data is now available in a web-based product. The Continuous NHANESTutorial is designed to help users navigate through the data set. Users can browsethrough different modules to gain insight into NHANES data. NHANES Dietary TutorialThis tutorial guides users through the steps of conducting an analytical project frombeginning to end, with examples of many common analytic procedures.Historical NHANES TutorialsThese tutorials will familiarise users with NHANES I, NHANES II, and NHANES III data,guide users through preparing an analytic data set, and explain distinctions of eachsurvey design. New users of NHANES data should complete the continuous NHANEStutorial before using these tutorials. NHANES Environmental Chemical Data TutorialThis tutorial will familiarize users with Continuous NHANES environmental chemicaldata, guide users through preparing an environmental chemical analytic data set,and explain the critical issues for the analysis of environmental chemical data. Usersalready familiar with Continuous NHANES data and interested in using NHANESenvironmental chemical data should use this tutorial. New users of NHANES datashould complete the Continuous NHANES tutorial before beginning this tutorial. NHANES Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Fitness Data TutorialThis tutorial simulates a real life experience of how to conduct an analytical projectfrom beginning to end, with a step-by-step logical flow through typical analyticprocedures. NHANES-CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) Linked DataTutorialThis tutorial walks you through the steps for conducting an analytic project usingthe continuous NHANES-CMS linked data, with examples of common analyticapplications and procedures.Visit the NHANES tutorial website: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/tutorials/CS239193

Dietary Birth and over Note E Dietary supplement Birth and over Note F Dual energy x-ray absorptiometry Abdominal aortic calcification 40 years and over Body composition 8 years and over¹ Note G Note H Note I Bone density—hip and spine 8 years and over Note S Vertebral fracture assessm

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