National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), Demographic and Questionnaire Data, 2007-2008

Data Archive > U.S. Surveys > General Population > National > NHANES Surveys > Codebook


All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) [Questionnaire: Demographics] Respondent sequence number (SEQN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10149465492930
2) Data release number (SDDSRVYR)
TOTAL%
5) NHANES 2007-2008 Public Release10149100.0
TOTAL10149100.0
3) Interview and examination status of the sample person (RIDSTATR)
TOTAL%
1) Interviewed only3873.8
2) Both interviewed and MEC examined976296.2
TOTAL10149100.0
4) Six-month time period (RIDEXMON)
TOTAL%
1) November 1 through April 30450746.2
2) May 1 through October 31525553.8
Missing387 
TOTAL9762100.0
5) Gender (RIAGENDR)
TOTAL%
1) Male509650.2
2) Female505349.8
TOTAL10149100.0
6) Age at screening adjudicated -- recode (RIDAGEYR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1014932.96725
7) Age in months at screening -- recode [Best age in months at date of screening for individuals under 80 years of age] (RIDAGEMN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL9710375.519288
8) Age in month at exam -- recode [Best age in months at date of screening for individuals under 80 years of age] (RIDAGEEX)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL9367377.118287
9) Race/Ethnicity -- recode (RIDRETH1)
TOTAL%
1) Mexican American215721.3
2) Other Hispanic120111.8
3) Non-Hispanic white411540.5
4) Non-Hispanic black221121.8
5) Other race -- including multi-racial4654.6
TOTAL10149100.0
10) Served in the U.S. Armed Forces [Did (you/SP) ever serve in the Armed Forces of the United States?] (DMQMILIT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes76712.0
2) No560387.9
7) Refused10.0
Missing3778 
TOTAL6371100.0
11) Country of birth -- recode [In what country (where you/was SP) born?] (DMDBORN2)
TOTAL%
1) Born in 50 U.S. states or Washington, D.C.839982.8
2) Born in Mexico7307.2
4) Born in other Spanish-speaking country5835.7
5) Born in other non-Spanish speaking country4314.2
7) Refused50.0
9) Don't know10.0
TOTAL10149100.0
12) Citizenship status [(Are you/Is SP) a citizen of the United States? [Information about citizenship is being collected by the U.S. Public Health Service to perform health-related research. Providing this information is voluntary and is collected under the authority of the Public Health Service Act. There will be no effect on pending immigration or citizenship petitions] (DMDCITZN)
TOTAL%
1) Citizen by birth or naturalization918090.5
2) Not a citizen of the U.S.9579.4
7) Refused40.0
9) Don't know20.0
Missing6 
TOTAL10143100.0
13) Length of time in U.S. [Length of time SP has been in the US] (DMDYRSUS)
TOTAL%
1) Less than one year784.6
2) One year, less than five years21612.6
3) Five years, less than 10 years28016.4
4) 10 years, less than 15 years18911.1
5) 15 years, less than 20 years20411.9
6) 20 years, less than 30 years29817.4
7) 30 years, less than 40 years17810.4
8) 40 years, less than 50 years1267.4
9) 50 years or more855.0
77) Refused201.2
99) Don't know362.1
Missing8439 
TOTAL1710100.0
14) Education level -- Children/Youth 6-19 [SP Interview Version: What is the highest grade or level of school (you have/SP has) completed or the highest degree (you have/s/he has) received?] (DMDEDUC3)
TOTAL%
0) Never attended/kindergarten only2299.2
1) First grade2289.1
2) Second grade2198.8
3) Third grade2068.2
4) Fourth grade2148.6
5) Fifth grade2118.4
6) Sixth grade1576.3
7) Seventh grade1606.4
8) Eighth grade1465.8
9) Ninth grade1797.2
10) 10th grade1546.2
11) 11th grade1656.6
12) 12th grade, no diploma331.3
13) High school graduate913.6
14) GED or equivalent90.4
15) More than high school813.2
55) Less than fifth grade20.1
66) Less than ninth grade160.6
Missing7649 
TOTAL2500100.0
15) Education level -- Adults 20+ [SP Interview Version: What is the highest grade or level of school (you have/SP has) completed or the highest degree (you have/s/he has) received?] (DMDEDUC2)
TOTAL%
1) Less than 9th grade81113.7
2) 9-11th grade (Includes 12th grade with no diploma)105017.7
3) High school grad/GED or equivalent146224.6
4) Some college or AA degree150525.4
5) College graduate or above110018.5
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know50.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
16) Now attending school? [Are you/Is SP now...] (DMDSCHOL)
TOTAL%
1) In school174877.0
2) On vacation from school (between grades)37316.4
3) Neither in school or on vacation from school (between grades)1496.6
Missing7879 
TOTAL2270100.0
17) Marital status (DMDMARTL)
TOTAL%
1) Married311652.5
2) Widowed5629.5
3) Divorced65711.1
4) Separated2033.4
5) Never married99216.7
6) Living with partner4016.8
77) Refused40.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
18) Total number of people in the household (DMDHHSIZ)
TOTAL%
1) 18678.5
2) 2206020.3
3) 3186518.4
4) 4210420.7
5) 5142714.1
6) 68918.8
7) Seven or more people in the household9359.2
TOTAL10149100.0
19) Total number of people in the family (DMDFMSIZ)
TOTAL%
1) 1134613.3
2) 2189318.7
3) 3177517.5
4) 4206020.3
5) 5139213.7
6) 68368.2
7) Seven or more people in the family8478.3
TOTAL10149100.0
20) Annual household income [Total household income (reported as a range value in dollars)] (INDHHIN2)
TOTAL%
1) $0 to $4,9992032.0
2) $5,000 to $9,9995005.0
3) $10,000 to $14,9997727.7
4) $15,000 to $19,9997977.9
5) $20,000 to $24,9998788.7
6) $25,000 to $34,999127412.6
7) $35,000 to $44,9999439.4
8) $45,000 to $54,9997457.4
9) $55,000 to $64,9996046.0
10) $65,000 to $74,9995355.3
12) Over $20,0003503.5
13) Under $20,0001111.1
14) $75,000 to $99,9998658.6
15) $100,000 and over119511.9
77) Refused1341.3
99) Don't know1661.6
Missing77 
TOTAL10072100.0
21) Annual family income [Total family income (reported as a range value in dollars)] (INDFMIN2)
TOTAL%
1) $0 to $4,9992892.9
2) $5,000 to $9,9995435.4
3) $10,000 to $14,9998058.0
4) $15,000 to $19,9998288.2
5) $20,000 to $24,9999069.0
6) $25,000 to $34,999124512.4
7) $35,000 to $44,9998898.8
8) $45,000 to $54,9997127.1
9) $55,000 to $64,9995835.8
10) $65,000 to $74,9994995.0
12) Over $20,0003573.6
13) Under $20,0001261.3
14) $75,000 to $99,9998088.0
15) $100,000 and over114811.4
77) Refused1271.3
99) Don't know1901.9
Missing94 
TOTAL10055100.0
22) Ratio of family income to poverty threshold (INDFMPIR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL92552.2842
23) Pregnancy status at exam -- recode [Pregnancy status for females between 20 and 44 years of age at the time of MEC exam] (RIDEXPRG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, positive lab pregnancy test or self-reported pregnant574.7
2) SP not pregnant at exam109690.7
3) Cannot ascertain if SP is pregnant at exam554.6
Missing8941 
TOTAL1208100.0
24) Gender of the household reference person (DMDHRGND)
TOTAL%
1) Male515750.8
2) Female499249.2
TOTAL10149100.0
25) Age in years of the household reference person at the time of household screening. Individuals 80 and over are top-coded at 80 years of age (DMDHRAGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1014945.8716
26) Household reference person country of birth [In what country (were you/was NON-SP HEAD) born?] (DMDHRBR2)
TOTAL%
1) Born in 50 U.S. states or Washington, D.C.717872.6
2) Born in Mexico127712.9
4) Born in other Spanish-speaking country9159.3
5) Born in other non-Spanish speaking country4995.1
7) Refused40.0
9) Don't know80.1
Missing268 
TOTAL9881100.0
27) Household reference person education level [What is the highest grade or level of school (you have/NON_SP HEAD has) received?] (DMDHREDU)
TOTAL%
1) Less than ninth grade122212.4
2) Ninth-11th grade (Includes 12th grade with no diploma)181118.3
3) High school grad/GED or equivalent249425.2
4) Some college or AA degree255925.9
5) College graduate or above176917.9
7) Refused40.0
9) Don't know240.2
Missing266 
TOTAL9883100.0
28) Household reference person marital status (DMDHRMAR)
TOTAL%
1) Married588460.0
2) Widowed6286.4
3) Divorced105010.7
4) Separated4074.1
5) Never married122412.5
6) Living with partner5745.9
77) Refused380.4
99) Don't know30.0
Missing341 
TOTAL9808100.0
29) Household reference person's spouse education level [What is the highest grade or level of school (you have/NON-SP SPOUSE) has completed or the highest degree (you have/he/she has) received] (DMDHSEDU)
TOTAL%
1) Less than ninth grade64912.0
2) Ninth-11th grade (Includes 12th grade with no diploma)81215.0
3) High school grad/GED or equivalent133824.7
4) Some college or AA degree133624.7
5) College graduate or above125223.1
7) Refused30.1
9) Don't know210.4
Missing4738 
TOTAL5411100.0
30) Language of the Sample Person Interview Instrument (SIALANG)
TOTAL%
1) English858884.6
2) Spanish156015.4
Missing1 
TOTAL10148100.0
31) Was a proxy respondent used in conducting the Sample Person (SP) interview? (SIAPROXY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes366036.1
2) No648863.9
Missing1 
TOTAL10148100.0
32) Was an interpreter used to conduct the Sample Person (SP) interview? (SIAINTRP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1351.3
2) No1001398.7
Missing1 
TOTAL10148100.0
33) Language of the Family Interview Instrument (FIALANG)
TOTAL%
1) English894089.2
2) Spanish108110.8
Missing128 
TOTAL10021100.0
34) Was a proxy respondent used in conducting the Family Interview? (FIAPROXY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes90.1
2) No1001299.9
Missing128 
TOTAL10021100.0
35) Was an interpreter used to conduct the Family Interview? (FIAINTRP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1141.1
2) No990798.9
Missing128 
TOTAL10021100.0
36) Language of the CAPI MEC Interview Instrument (MIALANG)
TOTAL%
1) English636789.1
2) Spanish77910.9
Missing3003 
TOTAL7146100.0
37) Was a proxy respondent used in conducting the MEC CAPI Interview? (MIAPROXY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes480.7
2) No709899.3
Missing3003 
TOTAL7146100.0
38) Was an interpreter used to conduct the MEC CAPI Interview? (MIAINTRP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes420.6
2) No710499.4
Missing3003 
TOTAL7146100.0
39) Language of the MEC ACASI Interview Instrument (AIALANG)
TOTAL%
1) English690789.3
2) Spanish82710.7
Missing2415 
TOTAL7734100.0
40) Full sample two year interview weight [Interviewed sample persons] (WTINT2YR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1014929277.37726010
41) Full sample two year MEC exam weight [Both interviewed and MEC examined sample persons] (WTMEC2YR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1014929277.37726937
42) Masked variance unit pseudo-PSU variable for variance estimation (SDMVPSU)
TOTAL%
1) 496348.9
2) 518651.1
TOTAL10149100.0
43) Masked variance unit pseudo-stratum variable for variance estimation (SDMVSTRA)
TOTAL%
59) 7117.0
60) 7407.3
61) 8528.4
62) 7887.8
63) 6946.8
64) 6896.8
65) 7317.2
66) 7167.1
67) 7977.9
68) 7147.0
69) 5305.2
70) 5415.3
71) 5605.5
72) 5615.5
73) 2672.6
74) 2582.5
TOTAL10149100.0
44) [Questionnaire: Hospital Utilization and Access to Care] General health condition. [I have some general questions about (your/SP's) health. Would you say [your/SP's] health in general is...] (HUQ010)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent279027.5
2) Very good251324.8
3) Good303229.9
4) Fair144514.2
5) Poor3663.6
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know20.0
TOTAL10149100.0
45) Health now compared with one year ago. [Compared with 12 months ago, would you say (your/SP's) health is now...] (HUQ020)
TOTAL%
1) Better166917.3
2) Worse8368.6
3) About the same715974.1
9) Don't know20.0
Missing483 
TOTAL9666100.0
46) Routine place to go for healthcare. [Is there a place that [you/SP] usually [go/goes] when [you are/he/she is] sick or [you/s/he] need[s] advice about [your/his/her] health?] (HUQ030)
TOTAL%
1) Yes893388.0
2) There is no place118311.7
3) There is more than one place320.3
9) Don't know10.0
TOTAL10149100.0
47) Type place most often go for healthcare. [What kind of place [do you/does SP] go to most often: is it a clinic, doctor's office, emergency room, or some other place?] (HUQ040)
TOTAL%
1) Clinic or health center184820.6
2) Doctor's office or HMO660773.7
3) Hospital emergency room2582.9
4) Hospital outpatient department1611.8
5) Some other place901.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing1184 
TOTAL8965100.0
48) Number times receive healthcare over past year. [[During the past 12 months, how/How] many times [have you/has SP] seen a doctor or other health care professional about [your/his/her] health at a doctor's office, a clinic, hospital emergency room, at home or some other place? Do not include times [you were/s/he was] hospitalized overnight.] (HUQ050)
TOTAL%
0) None144914.3
1) One195719.3
2) Two to three294629.0
3) Four to nine263826.0
4) 10 to 126046.0
5) 13 or more5465.4
77) Refused10.0
99) Don't know80.1
TOTAL10149100.0
49) How long since last healthcare visit. [About how long has it been since [you/SP] last saw or talked to a doctor or other health care professional about [your/his/her] health? Include doctors seen while [you were] [he/she was] a patient in a hospital. Has it been...] (HUQ060)
TOTAL%
1) Six months or less916.3
2) More than six months, but not more than one year ago805.5
3) More than one year, but not more than three years ago81256.0
4) More than three years41828.8
5) Never473.2
9) Don't know10.1
Missing8700 
TOTAL1449100.0
50) Overnight hospital patient in last year. [[During the past 12 months, were you/[Was/was] SP] a patient in a hospital overnight? Do not include an overnight stay in the emergency room.] (HUQ071)
TOTAL%
1) Yes104010.2
2) No910789.7
9) Don't know20.0
TOTAL10149100.0
51) Number times overnight hospital patient/last year. [How many different times did [you/SP] stay in any hospital overnight or longer [during the past 12 months]? (Do not count total number of nights, just total number of hospital admissions for stays which lasted 1 or more nights.)] (HUD080)
TOTAL%
1) 176373.4
2) 216415.8
3) 3585.6
4) 4272.6
5) 5131.3
6) Six times or more131.3
99999) 9999920.2
Missing9109 
TOTAL1040100.0
52) Seen mental health professional/past year. [During the past 12 months, that is since [DISPLAY CURRENT MONTH] of [DISPLAY LAST YEAR], [have you/has SP] seen or talked to a mental health professional such as a psychologist, psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse or clinical social worker about [your/his/her] health?] (HUQ090)
TOTAL%
1) Yes6387.2
2) No821192.8
Missing1300 
TOTAL8849100.0
53) [Questionnaire: Acculturation] English usually spoken at home. [What language(s) [do you/does SP] usually speak at home?] (ACD010A)
TOTAL%
1) English4817100.0
77) Refused10.0
Missing5331 
TOTAL4818100.0
54) Spanish usually spoken at home. [What language(s) [do you/does SP] usually speak at home?] (ACD010B)
TOTAL%
8) Spanish6100.0
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
55) Other language(s) usually spoken at home. [What language(s) [do you/does SP] usually speak at home?] (ACD010C)
TOTAL%
9) Other261100.0
Missing9888 
TOTAL261100.0
56) Language(s) usually spoken at home. [Now I'm going to ask you about language use. What language(s) [do you/does SP] usually speak at home?] (ACD040)
TOTAL%
1) Only Spanish76635.4
2) More Spanish than English32415.0
3) Both equally35216.3
4) More English than Spanish36016.7
5) Only English35816.6
9) Don't know20.1
Missing7987 
TOTAL2162100.0
57) [Questionnaire: Alcohol Use (Ages 20 and Up)] Had at least 12 alcohol drinks/one year? [The next questions are about drinking alcoholic beverages. Included are liquor (such as whiskey or gin), beer, wine, wine coolers, and any other type of alcoholic beverage. In any one year, [have you/has SP] had at least 12 drinks of any type of alcoholic beverage? By a drink, I mean a 12-ounce beer, a 5-ounce glass of wine, or one-and-half ounces of liquor.] (ALQ101)
TOTAL%
1) Yes367070.1
2) No155729.8
9) Don't know60.1
Missing4916 
TOTAL5233100.0
58) Had at least 12 alcohol drinks/lifetime? [In [your/SP's] entire life, [have you/has he/ has she] had at least 12 drinks of any type of alcoholic beverage?] (ALQ110)
TOTAL%
1) Yes76548.9
2) No78950.5
9) Don't know90.6
Missing8586 
TOTAL1563100.0
59) How often drink alcohol over past 12 months. [In the past 12 months, how often did [you/SP] drink any type of alcoholic beverage? PROBE: How many days per week, per month, or per year did [you/SP] drink? English Instructions: ENTER '0' FOR NEVER. ENTER QUANTITY.] (ALQ120Q)
TOTAL%
0) 0111125.1
1) 192820.9
2) 284719.1
3) 346110.4
4) 42565.8
5) 52395.4
6) 61323.0
7) 72335.3
8) 8290.7
9) 930.1
10) 10461.0
11) 1110.0
12) 12260.6
14) 1470.2
15) 15190.4
16) 1620.0
20) 20210.5
21) 2130.1
25) 2560.1
26) 2610.0
28) 2810.0
30) 30140.3
32) 3220.0
40) 4050.1
50) 5030.1
60) 6010.0
72) 7210.0
90) 9030.1
100) 10010.0
120) 12020.0
144) 14420.0
160) 16010.0
182) 18220.0
200) 20030.1
270) 27020.0
300) 30020.0
304) 30410.0
320) 32010.0
330) 33010.0
334) 33410.0
350) 35010.0
365) 36520.0
999) Don't know110.2
Missing5715 
TOTAL4434100.0
60) Number days drink alcohol per week, month, year [Unit of measure.] (ALQ120U)
TOTAL%
1) Week138341.8
2) Month81924.7
3) Year111033.5
Missing6837 
TOTAL3312100.0
61) Average number alcoholic drinks/day -- past 12 months. [In the past 12 months, on those days that [you/SP] drank alcoholic beverages, on the average, how many drinks did [you/he/she] have? English Instructions: IF LESS THAN 1 DRINK, ENTER '1'. IF 95 DRINKS OR MORE, ENTER '95'. ENTER NUMBER OF DRINKS.] (ALQ130)
TOTAL%
1) 1115134.6
2) 285525.7
3) 347414.3
4) 42547.6
5) 51534.6
6) 62056.2
7) 7341.0
8) 8421.3
9) 9110.3
10) 10491.5
11) 1130.1
12) 12511.5
13) 1310.0
14) 1420.1
15) 1580.2
16) 1610.0
18) 1830.1
20) 2040.1
23) 2310.0
24) 2450.2
25) 2510.0
30) 3010.0
32) 3210.0
66) 6610.0
83) 8310.0
999) Don't know110.3
Missing6826 
TOTAL3323100.0
62) Number days have five or more drinks/past 12 months. [In the past 12 months, on how many days did [you/SP] have five or more drinks of any alcoholic beverage? PROBE: How many days per week, per month, or per year did [you/SP] have five or more drinks in a single day? English Instructions: ENTER '0' FOR NONE. ENTER QUANTITY.] (ALQ140Q)
TOTAL%
0) 0203661.3
1) 138811.7
2) 23209.6
3) 31705.1
4) 4802.4
5) 5762.3
6) 6321.0
7) 7551.7
8) 890.3
9) 910.0
10) 10361.1
11) 1110.0
12) 12110.3
14) 1410.0
15) 15160.5
20) 20220.7
21) 2130.1
23) 2310.0
24) 2410.0
25) 2520.1
26) 2620.1
28) 2810.0
30) 30120.4
33) 3310.0
40) 4020.1
48) 4810.0
50) 5040.1
52) 5230.1
60) 6010.0
70) 7010.0
75) 7510.0
90) 9010.0
91) 9110.0
100) 10020.1
104) 10430.1
120) 12020.1
156) 15610.0
180) 18010.0
200) 20030.1
320) 32010.0
365) 36510.0
9999) Don't know170.5
Missing6826 
TOTAL3323100.0
63) Number days per week, month, year? [Unit of measure.] (ALQ140U)
TOTAL%
1) Week34827.4
2) Month26320.7
3) Year65951.9
Missing8879 
TOTAL1270100.0
64) Ever have five or more drinks every day? [Was there ever a time or times in [your/SP's] life when [you/he/she] drank five or more drinks of any kind of alcoholic beverage almost every day?] (ALQ150)
TOTAL%
1) Yes76517.3
2) No366582.7
9) Don't know40.1
Missing5715 
TOTAL4434100.0
65) [Questionnaire: Audiometry] General condition of hearing. [These next questions are about [your/SP's] hearing. Which statement best describes [your/SP's] hearing (without a hearing aid)? Would you say [your/his/her] hearing is excellent, good, that [you have/s/he has] a little trouble, moderate trouble, a lot of trouble, or [are you/is s/he] deaf?] (AUQ131)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent461047.7
2) Good341835.4
3) A little trouble102210.6
4) Moderate hearing trouble3813.9
5) A lot of trouble2112.2
6) Deaf190.2
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.0
Missing483 
TOTAL9666100.0
66) Ever had three or more ear infections? [[Have you/Has SP] ever had three or more ear infections?] (AUQ136)
TOTAL%
1) Yes37130.0
2) No85969.4
9) Don't know80.6
Missing8911 
TOTAL1238100.0
67) Ever had tube placed in ear? [[Have you/Has SP] ever had a tube placed in [your/his/her] ear to drain the fluid from [your/his/her] ear?] (AUQ138)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1098.8
2) No112490.8
9) Don't know50.4
Missing8911 
TOTAL1238100.0
68) Last time had hearing tested. [When was the last time [you had/SP had] [your/his/her] hearing tested?] (AUQ141)
TOTAL%
1) Less than a year ago59424.8
2) One year to four years ago78232.7
3) Five to nine years ago27211.4
4) 10 or more years ago28111.7
5) Never37915.8
9) Don't know853.6
Missing7756 
TOTAL2393100.0
69) Ever worn a hearing aid. [[Have you/Has SP] ever worn a hearing aid?] (AUQ150)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2179.1
2) No217590.9
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7756 
TOTAL2393100.0
70) Worn hearing aid five hours a week? [In the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] worn a hearing aid at least five hours a week?] (AUQ171)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14968.7
2) No6831.3
Missing9932 
TOTAL217100.0
71) Ever used assistive listening devices? [[Have you/Has SP] ever used assistive listening devices (ALDs), such as FM systems, closed captioned television, or amplified telephone (or relay services)?] (AUQ185)
TOTAL%
1) Yes733.1
2) No231996.9
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7756 
TOTAL2393100.0
72) Ears ringing, roaring, buzzing past year. [In the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] been bothered by ringing, roaring, or buzzing in [your/his/her] ears or head that lasts for five minutes or more?] (AUQ191)
TOTAL%
1) Yes887.1
2) No114992.8
9) Don't know10.1
Missing8911 
TOTAL1238100.0
73) How long bothered by ringing, roaring. [How long [have you/has SP] been bothered by this ringing, roaring, or buzzing in [your/his/her] ears or head?] (AUQ250)
TOTAL%
1) Less than three months3742.0
2) Three months to a year1618.2
3) One to four years1921.6
4) Five to nine years78.0
5) 10 or more years910.2
Missing10061 
TOTAL88100.0
74) Bothered by ringing after loud sounds? [[Are you/Is SP] bothered by ringing, roaring, or buzzing in [your/his/her] ears or head only after listening to loud sounds or loud music?] (AUQ260)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2326.1
2) No6371.6
9) Don't know22.3
Missing10061 
TOTAL88100.0
75) Bothered by ringing when going to sleep. [[Are you/Is SP] bothered by ringing, roaring, or buzzing in [your/his/her] ears or head when going to sleep?] (AUQ270)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1618.2
2) No7281.8
Missing10061 
TOTAL88100.0
76) How much of a problem is ringing? [How much of a problem is this ringing, roaring, or buzzing in [your/his/her] ears or head?] (AUQ280)
TOTAL%
1) No problem3640.9
2) A small problem3640.9
3) A moderate problem1415.9
4) A big problem22.3
Missing10061 
TOTAL88100.0
77) Ever used firearms? [[Have you/Has SP] ever used firearms for target shooting, hunting, or for any other purposes?] (AUQ211)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19215.5
2) No104684.5
Missing8911 
TOTAL1238100.0
78) Ever had job exposure to loud noise? [[Have you/Has SP] ever had a job where [you were/s/he was] exposed to loud noise for five or more hours a week? By loud noise I mean noise so loud that [you/s/he] had to speak in a raised voice to be heard.] (AUQ290)
TOTAL%
1) Yes998.0
2) No113992.0
Missing8911 
TOTAL1238100.0
79) Loud noise exposure for five hours? [Outside of a job, [have you/has SP] ever been exposed to steady loud noise or music for five or more hours a week? This is noise so loud that [you have/s/he has] to raise [your/his/her] voice to be heard. Examples are noise from power tools, lawn mowers, farm machinery, cars, trucks, motorcycles, or loud music.] (AUQ231)
TOTAL%
1) Yes31425.4
2) No92374.6
9) Don't know10.1
Missing8911 
TOTAL1238100.0
80) How often wear hearing protection? [How often [do you/does SP] wear hearing protection devices (ear plugs, ear muffs) when exposed to loud sounds or noise? (Include both job and off work exposures.)] (AUQ241)
TOTAL%
1) Most of the time524.2
2) Sometimes12410.0
3) Rarely/seldom635.1
4) Never99880.6
9) Don't know10.1
Missing8911 
TOTAL1238100.0
81) [Questionnaire: Blood Pressure and Cholesterol] Ever told you had high blood pressure. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that [you/s/he] had hypertension, also called high blood pressure?] (BPQ020)
TOTAL%
1) Yes214232.7
2) No439867.2
9) Don't know60.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
82) Told had high blood pressure -- two or more times. [[Were you/Was SP] told on 2 or more different visits that [you/s/he] had hypertension, also called high blood pressure?] (BPQ030)
TOTAL%
1) Yes178083.1
2) No35416.5
9) Don't know80.4
Missing8007 
TOTAL2142100.0
83) Age told had hypertension. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/he/she was] first told that [you/he/she] had hypertension or high blood pressure?] (BPD035)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL212471.701149
84) Taking prescription for hypertension. [Because of [your/SP's] (high blood pressure/hypertension), [have you/has s/he] ever been told to... take prescribed medicine?] (BPQ040A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes189288.3
2) No24911.6
9) Don't know10.0
Missing8007 
TOTAL2142100.0
85) Now taking prescribed medicine for HBP. [(Are you/Is SP) now taking prescribed medicine. English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: DISPLAY EACH ACTIVITY CODED ''YES'' (CODE 1) FROM BPQ.040. DISPLAY FOR EACH ACTIVITY SHOULD READ AS FOLLOWS: RESPONSES: YES = 1, NO = 2, REFUSED = 7, DON'T KNOW = 9.] (BPQ050A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes167188.3
2) No22011.6
9) Don't know10.1
Missing8257 
TOTAL1892100.0
86) Told have prehypertension. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that [you have/s/he has] prehypertension?] (BPQ052)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3365.1
2) No614293.8
9) Don't know681.0
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
87) Borderline hypertension. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that [you have/s/he has] high normal blood pressure or borderline hypertension?] (BPQ057)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4847.8
2) No566991.3
9) Don't know560.9
Missing3940 
TOTAL6209100.0
88) Ever had blood cholesterol checked. [[Have you/Has SP] ever had [your/his/her] blood cholesterol checked?] (BPQ060)
TOTAL%
1) Yes421871.1
2) No151825.6
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know1983.3
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
89) When blood cholesterol last checked. [About how long has it been since [you/SP] last had [your/his/her] blood cholesterol checked? Has it been...] (BPQ070)
TOTAL%
1) Less than one year ago271564.4
2) One year but less than two years ago75617.9
3) Two years but less than five years ago49111.6
4) Five years or more2395.7
9) Don't know170.4
Missing5931 
TOTAL4218100.0
90) Doctor told you -- high cholesterol level. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that [your/his/her] blood cholesterol level was high?] (BPQ080)
TOTAL%
1) Yes190645.2
2) No227754.0
9) Don't know350.8
Missing5931 
TOTAL4218100.0
91) Told to eat less fat for cholesterol. [To lower (your/his/her) blood cholesterol, (have/has) (you/SP) ever been told by a doctor or other health professional to eat fewer high fat or high cholesterol foods?] (BPQ090A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes154080.8
2) No35918.8
9) Don't know70.4
Missing8243 
TOTAL1906100.0
92) Told to reduce weight for cholesterol. [To lower (your/his/her) blood cholesterol, (have/has) (you/SP) ever been told by a doctor or other health professional to control (your/his/her) weight or lose weight?] (BPQ090B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes113759.7
2) No76540.1
9) Don't know40.2
Missing8243 
TOTAL1906100.0
93) Told to exercise more for cholesterol. [To lower (your/his/her) blood cholesterol, (have/has) (you/SP) ever been told by a doctor or other health professional to increase (your/his/her) physical activity or exercise?] (BPQ090C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes130068.2
2) No60431.7
9) Don't know20.1
Missing8243 
TOTAL1906100.0
94) Told to take prescription for cholesterol. [To lower (your/his/her) blood cholesterol, (have/has) (you/SP) ever been told by a doctor or other health professional to take prescribed medicine?] (BPQ090D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes133269.9
2) No56929.9
9) Don't know50.3
Missing8243 
TOTAL1906100.0
95) Now eating fewer high fat foods. [(Are you/Is SP) now following this advice to eat fewer high fat or high cholesterol foods?] (BPQ100A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes129884.3
2) No24215.7
Missing8609 
TOTAL1540100.0
96) Now controlling weight. [(Are you/Is SP) now following this advice to control (your/his/her) weight or lose weight?] (BPQ100B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes95083.6
2) No18716.4
Missing9012 
TOTAL1137100.0
97) Now increasing exercise. [(Are you/Is SP) now following this advice to increase (your/his/her) physical activity or exercise?] (BPQ100C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes96574.2
2) No33525.8
Missing8849 
TOTAL1300100.0
98) Now taking prescribed medicine. [(Are you/Is SP) now following this advice to take prescribed medicine?] (BPQ100D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes108581.5
2) No24718.5
Missing8817 
TOTAL1332100.0
99) [Questionnaire: Bowel Health] Bowel leakage consisted of gas? Next, we'd like to talk to you about bowel health. We'll start with accidental bowel leakage. There are four types of bowel leakage that can happen: leakage (passing) of gas, leakage of mucus, leakage of liquid stool, and leakage of solid stool. We will ask you about leakage of each of these one at a time. How often during the past 30 days have you had any amount of accidental bowel leakage that consisted of gas? Would you say... (English Instructions: HAND CARD BHQ1 CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: The bowel is another name for the intestines. Other names for the bowel include guts or innards. Accidental bowel leakage is leaking from the bowel or intestines that can't be controlled. Leakage of gas is also called passing gas, passing wind, or farting.)] (BHQ010)
TOTAL%
1) Two or more times a day54010.4
2) Once a day4538.8
3) Two or more times a week3516.8
4) Once a week2625.1
5) One to three times a month59011.4
6) Never296057.2
77) Refused30.1
99) Don't know180.3
Missing4972 
TOTAL5177100.0
100) Bowel leakage consisted of mucus? [How often during the past 30 days have you had any amount of accidental bowel leakage that consisted of mucus? (English Instructions: HAND CARD BHQ1 CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Mucus is a thick, jelly-like substance made by the intestines that helps coat and protect the lining of the intestine. Mucus also helps stool pass through the large intestine and rectum more easily.)] (BHQ020)
TOTAL%
1) Two or more times a day60.1
2) Once a day230.4
3) Two or more times a week240.5
4) Once a week140.3
5) One to three times a month1072.1
6) Never498496.3
77) Refused30.1
99) Don't know160.3
Missing4972 
TOTAL5177100.0
101) Bowel leakage consisted of liquid? [How often during the past 30 days have you had any amount of accidental bowel leakage that consisted of liquid stool? English Instructions: HAND CARD BHQ1 CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Stool is also called a bowel movement, BM, or poop.] (BHQ030)
TOTAL%
1) Two or more times a day120.2
2) Once a day170.3
3) Two or more times a week380.7
4) Once a week220.4
5) One to three times a month2675.2
6) Never480492.8
77) Refused30.1
99) Don't know140.3
Missing4972 
TOTAL5177100.0
102) Bowel leakage consisted of solid stool? [How often during the past 30 days have you had any amount of accidental bowel leakage that consisted of solid stool?] (BHQ040)
TOTAL%
1) Two or more times a day40.1
2) Once a day150.3
3) Two or more times a week150.3
4) Once a week110.2
5) One to three times a month701.4
6) Never504597.5
77) Refused30.1
99) Don't know140.3
Missing4972 
TOTAL5177100.0
103) How often have bowel movements? [PROBE: How many times per week do you usually have a bowel movement?] (BHD050)
TOTAL%
1) 1611.2
2) 21042.0
3) 32124.1
4) 42224.3
5) 51082.1
6) 6150.3
7) 7265151.2
8) 810.0
9) 920.0
10) 1030.1
12) 1230.1
13) 1310.0
14) 14142127.4
15) 1530.1
21) 212835.5
24) 2410.0
28) 28490.9
35) 35110.2
42) 4290.2
56) 5610.0
63) 6310.0
84) 8410.0
777) Refused20.0
999) Don't know120.2
Missing4972 
TOTAL5177100.0
104) Common Stool Type. [Please look at this card and tell me the number that corresponds to your usual or most common stool type.] (BHQ060)
TOTAL%
1) Type 1 (separate hard lumps, like nuts)1322.6
2) Type 2 (sausage-like, but lumpy)2885.6
3) Type 3 (like a sausage but with cracks in the surface)122623.7
4) Type 4 (like a sausage or snake, smooth and soft)262850.8
5) Type 5 (soft blobs with clear-cut edges)4228.2
6) Type 6 (fluffy pieces with ragged edges, a mushy stool)3697.1
7) Type 7 (watery, no solid pieces)681.3
77) Refused20.0
99) Don't know380.7
Missing4976 
TOTAL5173100.0
105) [Questionnaire: Cardiovascular Disease] SP ever had pain or discomfort in chest. [[Have you/Has SP] ever had any pain or discomfort in [your/her/his] chest?] (CDQ001)
TOTAL%
1) Yes108126.9
2) No294073.1
9) Don't know30.1
Missing6125 
TOTAL4024100.0
106) SP get it walking uphill or in a hurry. [[Do you/Does she/Does he] get it when [you/she/he] walk uphill or hurry?] (CDQ002)
TOTAL%
1) Yes29527.3
2) No72567.1
3) Never walks uphill or hurries605.6
9) Don't know10.1
Missing9068 
TOTAL1081100.0
107) During an ordinary pace on level ground. [[Do you/Does she/Does he] get it when [you/she/he] walk at an ordinary pace on level ground?] (CDQ003)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12535.2
2) No22864.2
9) Don't know20.6
Missing9794 
TOTAL355100.0
108) If so does SP continue or slow down. [What [do you/does she/does he] do if [you/she/he] get it while [you/she/he] are walking? [Do you/Does she/Does he] stop or slow down or continue at the same pace? English Instructions: CHECK 'STOP OR SLOW DOWN' IF SP CARRIES ON AFTER TAKING NITROGLYCERINE.] (CDQ004)
TOTAL%
1) Stop or slow down29295.1
2) Continue at the same pace154.9
Missing9842 
TOTAL307100.0
109) Does standing relieve pain/discomfort. [If [you/she/he] stand still, what happens to it? Is the pain or discomfort relieved or not relieved?] (CDQ005)
TOTAL%
1) Relieved24684.2
2) Not relieved4214.4
9) Don't know41.4
Missing9857 
TOTAL292100.0
110) How soon is the pain relieved? Would you say... (CDQ006)
TOTAL%
1) 10 minutes or less20683.7
2) More than 10 minutes3915.9
9) Don't know10.4
Missing9903 
TOTAL246100.0
111) Pain in right arm. [Please look at this card and show me where the pain or discomfort is located.] (CDQ009A)
TOTAL%
1) Pain in the right arm2291.7
99) Don't know28.3
Missing10125 
TOTAL24100.0
112) Pain in right chest. [Please look at this card and show me where the pain or discomfort is located.] (CDQ009B)
TOTAL%
2) Pain in right chest29100.0
Missing10120 
TOTAL29100.0
113) Pain in neck. [Please look at this card and show me where the pain or discomfort is located.] (CDQ009C)
TOTAL%
3) Pain in neck26100.0
Missing10123 
TOTAL26100.0
114) Pain in upper sternum. [Please look at this card and show me where the pain or discomfort is located.] (CDQ009D)
TOTAL%
4) Pain in upper sternum127100.0
Missing10022 
TOTAL127100.0
115) Pain in lower sternum. [Please look at this card and show me where the pain or discomfort is located.] (CDQ009E)
TOTAL%
5) Pain in lower sternum20100.0
Missing10129 
TOTAL20100.0
116) Pain in left chest. [Please look at this card and show me where the pain or discomfort is located.] (CDQ009F)
TOTAL%
6) Pain in left chest63100.0
Missing10086 
TOTAL63100.0
117) Pain in left arm. [Please look at this card and show me where the pain or discomfort is located.] (CDQ009G)
TOTAL%
7) Pain in left arm24100.0
Missing10125 
TOTAL24100.0
118) Pain in epigastric area. [Please look at this card and show me where the pain or discomfort is located.] (CDQ009H)
TOTAL%
8) Pain in epigastric area5100.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
119) Severe pain in chest more than half hour. [Have [you/she/he] ever had a severe pain across the front of [your/her/his] chest lasting for half an hour or more?] (CDQ008)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28025.9
2) No80174.1
Missing9068 
TOTAL1081100.0
120) Shortness of breath on stairs/inclines. [[Have you/Has SP] had shortness of breath either when hurrying on the level or walking up a slight hill?] (CDQ010)
TOTAL%
1) Yes138834.5
2) No263465.5
9) Don't know20.0
Missing6125 
TOTAL4024100.0
121) [Questionnaire: Current Health Status] General health condition. [[First/Next] I have some general questions about [your/SP's] health. Would you say [your/SP's] health in general is...] (HSD010)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent67110.6
2) Very good174227.4
3) Good251639.6
4) Fair118118.6
5) Poor2443.8
9) Don't know20.0
Missing3793 
TOTAL6356100.0
122) Number of days physical health was not good. [The next set are of questions are about [your/SP's] recent health during the 30 days outlined on the calendar. Thinking about [your/SP's] physical health, which includes physical illness and injury, for how many days during the past 30 days was [your/his/her] physical health not good?] (HSQ470)
TOTAL%
0) 0402963.4
1) 11943.1
2) 23465.4
3) 32724.3
4) 41732.7
5) 52143.4
6) 6560.9
7) 71582.5
8) 8270.4
9) 980.1
10) 101201.9
11) 1170.1
12) 12210.3
13) 1380.1
14) 14761.2
15) 151171.8
16) 1670.1
17) 1790.1
18) 1830.0
19) 1920.0
20) 20721.1
21) 21220.3
22) 2230.0
23) 2320.0
24) 2430.0
25) 25160.3
26) 2610.0
27) 2720.0
28) 2850.1
30) 303605.7
99) Don't know170.3
Missing3799 
TOTAL6350100.0
123) Number of days mental health was not good. [Now thinking about [your/SP's] mental health, which includes stress, depression, and problems with emotions, for how many days during the past 30 days was [your/his/her] mental health not good?] (HSQ480)
TOTAL%
0) 0397562.6
1) 12163.4
2) 23775.9
3) 32694.2
4) 41312.1
5) 52333.7
6) 6440.7
7) 71442.3
8) 8240.4
9) 990.1
10) 101662.6
11) 1120.0
12) 12180.3
13) 1310.0
14) 14951.5
15) 151382.2
16) 1620.0
17) 1720.0
18) 1850.1
20) 20901.4
21) 2190.1
22) 2210.0
23) 2330.0
24) 2440.1
25) 25280.4
26) 2640.1
27) 2740.1
28) 2830.0
29) 2950.1
30) 303345.3
99) Don't know130.2
Missing3800 
TOTAL6349100.0
124) Inactive days due to physical/mental health. [During the past 30 days, for about how many days did poor physical or mental health keep [you/SP] from doing [your/his/her] usual activities, such as self-care, work, school or recreation?] (HSQ490)
TOTAL%
0) 0506279.7
1) 11632.6
2) 21933.0
3) 31572.5
4) 4841.3
5) 51121.8
6) 6140.2
7) 7641.0
8) 8200.3
9) 940.1
10) 10530.8
11) 1110.0
12) 1260.1
13) 1340.1
14) 14420.7
15) 15741.2
16) 1640.1
17) 1740.1
18) 1870.1
19) 1910.0
20) 20470.7
21) 21130.2
24) 2420.0
25) 25100.2
26) 2620.0
27) 2740.1
28) 2830.0
30) 301862.9
99) Don't know120.2
Missing3801 
TOTAL6348100.0
125) Pain make it hard for usual activities. [During the past 30 days, for about how many days did pain make it hard for [you/SP] to do [your/his/her] usual activities, such as self-care, work, or recreation?] (HSQ493)
TOTAL%
0) 0434768.5
1) 12584.1
2) 23064.8
3) 32073.3
4) 41141.8
5) 51472.3
6) 6350.6
7) 71121.8
8) 8230.4
9) 990.1
10) 101021.6
11) 1130.0
12) 12140.2
13) 1320.0
14) 14380.6
15) 15891.4
16) 1620.0
17) 1720.0
18) 1840.1
19) 1910.0
20) 20600.9
21) 21170.3
22) 2220.0
23) 2310.0
24) 2410.0
25) 25240.4
27) 2720.0
29) 2940.1
30) 304106.5
99) Don't know110.2
Missing3802 
TOTAL6347100.0
126) How many days feel anxious. [During the past 30 days, for about how many days [have you/has SP] felt worried, tense, or anxious?] (HSQ496)
TOTAL%
0) 0306548.3
1) 13395.3
2) 25538.7
3) 33725.9
4) 41692.7
5) 53445.4
6) 6611.0
7) 71883.0
8) 8370.6
9) 9140.2
10) 102403.8
11) 1140.1
12) 12100.2
13) 1330.0
14) 14611.0
15) 151742.7
16) 1620.0
17) 1730.0
18) 1890.1
19) 1940.1
20) 20961.5
21) 21140.2
22) 2220.0
24) 2420.0
25) 25310.5
26) 2610.0
27) 2720.0
28) 2870.1
29) 2930.0
30) 305158.1
99) Don't know210.3
Missing3803 
TOTAL6346100.0
127) SP have head cold or chest cold. [Did [you/SP] have a head cold or chest cold that started during those 30 days?] (HSQ500)
TOTAL%
1) Yes177820.6
2) No681979.0
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know310.4
Missing1520 
TOTAL8629100.0
128) SP have stomach or intestinal illness? [Did [you/SP] have a stomach or intestinal illness with vomiting or diarrhea that started during those 30 days?] (HSQ510)
TOTAL%
1) Yes90810.5
2) No770389.3
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know170.2
Missing1520 
TOTAL8629100.0
129) SP have flu, pneumonia, ear infection? [Did [you/SP] have flu, pneumonia, or ear infections that started during those 30 days?] (HSQ520)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4385.1
2) No816494.6
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know250.3
Missing1520 
TOTAL8629100.0
130) SP donated blood in past 12 months? [During the past 12 months, that is, since (DISPLAY CURRENT MONTH, DISPLAY LAST YEAR), a year ago, (have you/has SP) donated blood?] (HSQ571)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2474.3
2) No553495.7
9) Don't know20.0
Missing4366 
TOTAL5783100.0
131) How long ago was last blood donation? [How long ago was [your/SP's] last blood donation? English Instructions: IF LESS THAN ONE MONTH, ENTER '1'.] (HSQ580)
TOTAL%
1) 13514.2
2) 23413.8
3) 33112.6
4) 4228.9
5) 593.6
6) 62610.5
7) 7197.7
8) 8187.3
9) 9104.0
10) 10135.3
11) 11145.7
12) 12114.5
99) Don't know52.0
Missing9902 
TOTAL247100.0
132) Blood ever tested for HIV virus? [Except for tests [you/SP] may have had as part of blood donations, [have you/has he/has she] ever had [your/his/her] blood tested for the AIDS virus infection?] (HSQ590)
TOTAL%
1) Yes207135.8
2) No360062.3
9) Don't know1121.9
Missing4366 
TOTAL5783100.0
133) Source of Health Status Data (HSAQUEX)
TOTAL%
1) Dietary recall component -- B (1-11)239025.7
2) MEC CAPIT Questionnaire -- B (12-150)691774.3
Missing842 
TOTAL9307100.0
134) [Questionnaire: Depression Screener] Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems: little interest or pleasure in doing things? (DPQ010)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all409475.1
1) Several days93917.2
2) More than half the days2394.4
3) Nearly every day1633.0
9) Don't know140.3
Missing4700 
TOTAL5449100.0
135) Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems: feeling down, depressed, or hopeless? (DPQ020)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all403974.1
1) Several days97017.8
2) More than half the days2224.1
3) Nearly every day2133.9
9) Don't know40.1
Missing4701 
TOTAL5448100.0
136) Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems: trouble falling or staying asleep, or sleeping too much? (DPQ030)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all323059.3
1) Several days127923.5
2) More than half the days4097.5
3) Nearly every day5269.7
9) Don't know40.1
Missing4701 
TOTAL5448100.0
137) Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems: feeling tired or having little energy? (DPQ040)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all270249.6
1) Several days179132.9
2) More than half the days4257.8
3) Nearly every day5259.6
9) Don't know50.1
Missing4701 
TOTAL5448100.0
138) Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems: poor appetite or overeating? (DPQ050)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all413575.9
1) Several days80014.7
2) More than half the days2484.6
3) Nearly every day2624.8
9) Don't know30.1
Missing4701 
TOTAL5448100.0
139) Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems: feeling bad about yourself -- or that you are a failure or have let yourself or your family down? (DPQ060)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all443181.3
1) Several days66812.3
2) More than half the days1813.3
3) Nearly every day1562.9
9) Don't know120.2
Missing4701 
TOTAL5448100.0
140) Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems: trouble concentrating on things, such as reading the newspaper or watching TV? (DPQ070)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all448982.4
1) Several days63911.7
2) More than half the days1613.0
3) Nearly every day1532.8
9) Don't know60.1
Missing4701 
TOTAL5448100.0
141) Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems: moving or speaking so slowly that other people could have noticed? (DPQ080)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all482688.6
1) Several days4007.3
2) More than half the days1182.2
3) Nearly every day971.8
9) Don't know70.1
Missing4701 
TOTAL5448100.0
142) Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems: thoughts that you would be better off dead or of hurting yourself in some way? English Instructions: INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: IF DPQ.090 CODED 1, 2, OR 3 PLEASE COMPLETE MENTAL HEALTH OBSERVATION FOR PHYSICIAN REVIEW AT CONCLUSION OF INTERVIEW. (DPQ090)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all519195.3
1) Several days1773.2
2) More than half the days330.6
3) Nearly every day400.7
9) Don't know60.1
Missing4702 
TOTAL5447100.0
143) How difficult have these problems made it for you to do your work, take care of things at home, or get along with people? (DPQ100)
TOTAL%
0) Not at all difficult265871.8
1) Somewhat difficult85423.1
2) Very difficult1283.5
3) Extremely difficult531.4
9) Don't know100.3
Missing6446 
TOTAL3703100.0
144) [Questionnaire: Diabetes] Doctor told you have diabetes. [The next questions are about specific medical conditions. [Other than during pregnancy, [have you/has SP]/[Have you/Has SP]] ever been told by a doctor or health professional that [you have/[he/she/SP] has] diabetes or sugar diabetes?] (DIQ010)
TOTAL%
1) Yes7778.0
2) No877490.8
3) Borderline1061.1
9) Don't know90.1
Missing483 
TOTAL9666100.0
145) Age when first told you had diabetes. [How old [was SP/were you] when a doctor or other health professional first told [you/him/her] that [you/he/she] had diabetes or sugar diabetes?] (DID040)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL77761.198101
146) When was your diabetes diagnosed. [Was [your/his/her] diabetes diagnosed...] (DIQ220)
TOTAL%
1) Three months ago or less1510.6
2) More than three months ago but not more than six months ago2215.5
3) More than six months ago but not more than nine months ago128.5
4) More than nine months ago but not more than 12 months ago, or1812.7
5) More than 12 months ago7552.8
Missing10007 
TOTAL142100.0
147) Ever told you have pre-diabetes. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that [you have/SP has] any of the following: pre-diabetes, impaired fasting glucose, impaired glucose tolerance, borderline diabetes or that [your/her/his] blood sugar is higher than normal but not high enough to be called diabetes or sugar diabetes?] (DIQ160)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2423.8
2) No605296.0
9) Don't know110.2
Missing3844 
TOTAL6305100.0
148) Ever told have health risk for diabetes. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that [you have/s/he has] health conditions or a medical or family history that increases [your/his/her] risk for diabetes?] (DIQ170)
TOTAL%
1) Yes73511.5
2) No565588.3
9) Don't know140.2
Missing3745 
TOTAL6404100.0
149) Had blood tested past three years. [[Have you/Has SP] had a blood test for high blood sugar or diabetes within the past three years? English Instructions: INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: DO NOT INCLUDE URINE TESTS.] (DIQ180)
TOTAL%
1) Yes242037.8
2) No373558.3
9) Don't know2493.9
Missing3745 
TOTAL6404100.0
150) To lower [your/his/her] risk for certain diseases, during the past 12 months [have you/has s/he] ever been told by a doctor or health professional to: control [your/his/her] weight or lose weight? (DIQ190A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes173424.2
2) No543675.8
9) Don't know30.0
Missing2976 
TOTAL7173100.0
151) To lower [your/his/her] risk for certain diseases, during the past 12 months [have you/has s/he] ever been told by a doctor or health professional to: increase [your/his/her] physical activity or exercise? (DIQ190B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes216930.2
2) No500069.7
9) Don't know40.1
Missing2976 
TOTAL7173100.0
152) To lower [your/his/her] risk for certain diseases, during the past 12 months [have you/has s/he] ever been told by a doctor or health professional to: reduce the amount of fat or calories in [your/his/her] diet? (DIQ190C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes196727.4
2) No520372.5
9) Don't know30.0
Missing2976 
TOTAL7173100.0
153) To lower [your/his/her] risk for certain diseases, [are you/is s/he] now doing any of the following: controlling [your/his/her] weight or losing weight? (DIQ200A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes342747.8
2) No374652.2
Missing2976 
TOTAL7173100.0
154) To lower [your/his/her] risk for certain diseases, [are you/is s/he] now doing any of the following: increasing [your/his/her] physical activity or exercise? (DIQ200B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes333946.5
2) No383353.4
9) Don't know10.0
Missing2976 
TOTAL7173100.0
155) To lower [your/his/her] risk for certain diseases, [are you/is s/he] now doing any of the following: reducing the amount of fat or calories in [your/his/her] diet? (DIQ200C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes339947.4
2) No377352.6
9) Don't know10.0
Missing2976 
TOTAL7173100.0
156) [Is SP/Are you] now taking insulin? (DIQ050)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2192.3
2) No944797.7
Missing483 
TOTAL9666100.0
157) For how long [have you/has SP] been taking insulin? English Instructions: ENTER NUMBER (OF MONTHS OR YEARS) (DID060)
TOTAL%
1) 12210.0
2) 2146.4
3) 3198.7
4) 4177.8
5) 5156.8
6) 6115.0
7) 7125.5
8) 852.3
9) 994.1
10) 10219.6
11) 1141.8
12) 1241.8
13) 1331.4
14) 1420.9
15) 1573.2
16) 1610.5
17) 1741.8
18) 1841.8
20) 2073.2
21) 2131.4
22) 2220.9
23) 2320.9
25) 2573.2
26) 2610.5
27) 2710.5
29) 2910.5
30) 3083.7
36) 3610.5
40) 4020.9
51) 5110.5
54) 5410.5
74) 7410.5
666) Less than one month52.3
999) Don't know20.9
Missing9930 
TOTAL219100.0
158) Unit of measure (month/year) (DIQ060U)
TOTAL%
1) Months3014.2
2) Years18285.8
Missing9937 
TOTAL212100.0
159) Take diabetic pills to lower blood sugar. [[Is SP/Are you] now taking diabetic pills to lower [[his/her]/your] blood sugar? These are sometimes called oral agents or oral hypoglycemic agents.] (DID070)
TOTAL%
1) Yes61654.8
2) No50544.9
9) Don't know40.4
Missing9024 
TOTAL1125100.0
160) How long ago saw a diabetes specialist. [When was the last time [you/SP] saw a diabetes nurse educator or dietitian or nutritionist for [your/his/her] diabetes? Do not include doctors or other health professionals. INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'TODAY' OR A PERIOD LESS THAN A MONTH, CODE 1 -- THE 0-12 MONTH CATEGORY.] (DIQ230)
TOTAL%
1) One year ago or less28036.0
2) More than one year ago but no more than two years ago638.1
3) More than two years ago but no more than five years ago759.7
4) More than five years ago8210.6
5) Never27535.4
9) Don't know20.3
Missing9372 
TOTAL777100.0
161) Is there one doctor you see for diabetes. (Is there one doctor or other health professional [you usually see/SP usually sees] for [your/his/her] diabetes? Do not include specialists to whom [you have/SP has] been referred such as diabetes educators, dietitians or foot and eye doctors.) (DIQ240)
TOTAL%
1) Yes58975.8
2) No18824.2
Missing9372 
TOTAL777100.0
162) Past year how many times seen doctor. (How many times [have you/has SP] seen this doctor or other health professional in the past 12 months?) (DID250)
TOTAL%
0) None111.9
1) 1437.3
2) 29416.0
3) 39315.8
4) 418932.1
5) 5213.6
6) 6539.0
7) 781.4
8) 8101.7
9) 940.7
10) 1091.5
11) 1110.2
12) 12345.8
13) 1361.0
14) 1410.2
17) 1710.2
18) 1810.2
20) 2020.3
24) 2420.3
25) 2510.2
48) 4810.2
52) 5210.2
9999) Don't know30.5
Missing9560 
TOTAL589100.0
163) How often check blood for glucose/sugar. [How often [do you check your/does SP check his/her] blood for glucose or sugar? Include times when checked by a family member or friend, but do not include times when checked by a doctor or other health professional.] (DID260)
TOTAL%
0) Never12516.1
1) 127635.5
2) 217722.8
3) 39912.7
4) 4617.9
5) 5121.5
6) 6101.3
7) 750.6
8) 810.1
10) 1010.1
12) 1210.1
15) 1520.3
31) 3110.1
666) Unable to do activity (blind)50.6
999) Don't know10.1
Missing9372 
TOTAL777100.0
164) Unit of measure (day/week/month/year). [How often [do you check your/does SP check his/her] blood for glucose or sugar? Include times when checked by a family member or friend, but do not include times when checked by a doctor or other health professional.] (DIQ260U)
TOTAL%
1) Per day42365.5
2) Per week15123.4
3) Per month477.3
4) Per year253.9
Missing9503 
TOTAL646100.0
165) Past year times checked for A1C. [Glycosylated (GLY-CO-SYL-AT-ED) hemoglobin or the 'A one C' test measures the average level of blood sugar over the past 3 months, and usually ranges between 5 and 14. During the past 12 months, how many times has a doctor or other health professional checked [you/SP] for glycosylated hemoglobin or 'A one C'?] (DID270)
TOTAL%
0) Not tested in last 12 months628.0
1) 18110.4
2) 2719.1
3) 3729.3
4) 410713.8
5) 540.5
6) 6131.7
7) 710.1
8) 810.1
10) 1020.3
12) 12101.3
24) 2410.1
666) Never heard of A1C test20226.0
777) Refused10.1
999) Don't know14919.2
Missing9372 
TOTAL777100.0
166) What was your last A1C level? [What was [your/SP's] last 'A one C' level?] (DIQ280)
TOTAL%
1) 110.2
2) 210.2
3) 310.2
4) 420.4
5) 5203.9
6) 65911.5
7) 76913.5
8) 8295.7
9) 9122.3
10) 1081.6
11) 1120.4
12) 1220.4
13) 1320.4
14) 1430.6
17) 1710.2
18) 1810.2
60) 6010.2
999) Don't know29958.3
Missing9636 
TOTAL513100.0
167) What does doctor say A1C should be? [What does [your/SP's] doctor or other health professional say [your/his/her] 'A one C' level should be?] (DIQ290)
TOTAL%
1) Six or less12825.0
2) Seven or less9217.9
3) Eight or less51.0
4) Nine or less51.0
5) 10 or less81.6
6) Provider did not specify goal11422.2
77) Refused10.2
99) Don't know16031.2
Missing9636 
TOTAL513100.0
168) What was your recent SBP? [Blood pressure is usually given as one number over another. What was [your/SP's] most recent blood pressure in numbers? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: SYSTOLIC VALUE HARD EDIT: 48- 300, SOFT EDIT 80-200. DIASTOLIC VALUE HARD EDIT: 0-300, SOFT EDIT 0-150.] (DIQ300S)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7694308.5534874
169) What was your recent DBP? [Blood pressure is usually given as one number over another. What was [your/SP's] most recent blood pressure in numbers? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: SYSTOLIC VALUE HARD EDIT: 48- 300, SOFT EDIT 80-200. DIASTOLIC VALUE HARD EDIT: 0-300, SOFT EDIT 0-150. ENTER VALUES.] (DIQ300D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7694434.8044925
170) What does doctor say SBP should be? [What does [your/SP's] doctor or other health professional say [your/his/her] blood pressure should be? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: SYSTOLIC VALUE HARD EDIT: 48- 300, SOFT EDIT 80-200. DIASTOLIC VALUE HARD EDIT: 0-300, SOFT EDIT 0-150. ENTER VALUES. INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION. IF RANGE GIVEN, RECORD UPPER VALUE OF RANGE.] (DID310S)
TOTAL%
70) 7020.3
80) 8010.1
98) 9810.1
100) 10010.1
106) 10610.1
110) 110121.6
113) 11310.1
115) 11540.5
116) 11610.1
117) 11710.1
118) 11810.1
119) 11910.1
120) 12011615.1
125) 12530.4
126) 12610.1
127) 12710.1
128) 12820.3
129) 12910.1
130) 130344.4
135) 13530.4
137) 13710.1
138) 13820.3
139) 13910.1
140) 140162.1
148) 14810.1
150) 15020.3
160) 16010.1
165) 16510.1
180) 18010.1
6666) Provider did not specify goal41453.8
9999) Don't know14118.3
Missing9380 
TOTAL769100.0
171) What does doctor say DBP should be? [What does [your/SP's] doctor or other health professional say [your/his/her] blood pressure should be? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: SYSTOLIC VALUE HARD EDIT: 48- 300, SOFT EDIT 80-200. DIASTOLIC VALUE HARD EDIT: 0-300, SOFT EDIT 0-150. ENTER VALUES. INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION. IF RANGE GIVEN, RECORD UPPER VALUE OF RANGE.] (DID310D)
TOTAL%
10) 1010.1
40) 4010.1
50) 5010.1
55) 5510.1
58) 5810.1
60) 60152.0
64) 6410.1
65) 6530.4
69) 6910.1
70) 70536.9
71) 7110.1
72) 7220.3
74) 7410.1
75) 7550.7
76) 7610.1
77) 7710.1
78) 7830.4
79) 7910.1
80) 809312.1
84) 8410.1
85) 8520.3
86) 8610.1
88) 8810.1
90) 90121.6
98) 9810.1
100) 10010.1
120) 12030.4
140) 14020.3
6666) Provider did not specify goal41453.8
9999) Don't know14518.9
Missing9380 
TOTAL769100.0
172) What was most recent LDL number? [One part of total serum cholesterol in [your/SP's] blood is a bad cholesterol, called LDL, which builds up and clogs [your/his/her] arteries. What was [your/his/her] most recent LDL cholesterol number? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HARD EDIT: ALLOW 25-350. SOFT EDIT ALLOW 40-250.] (DID320)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7698030.1773248
173) What does doctor say LDL should be? [What does [your/SP's] doctor or other health professional say [your/his/her] LDL cholesterol should be? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HARD EDIT: ALLOW 25-350. SOFT EDIT ALLOW 40-250. ENTER VALUE. INTERVIEW INSTRUCTION: IF RANGE GIVEN, RECORD UPPER VALUE OF RANGE.] (DID330)
TOTAL%
40) 4020.3
45) 4510.2
70) 7050.8
74) 7410.2
78) 7810.2
90) 9010.2
97) 9710.2
99) 9920.3
100) 10091.5
103) 10310.2
120) 12010.2
128) 12810.2
130) 13030.5
135) 13520.3
140) 14030.5
150) 15020.3
155) 15510.2
160) 16020.3
170) 17020.3
180) 18050.8
185) 18510.2
197) 19710.2
199) 19950.8
200) 20040.7
6666) Provider did not specify goal28647.1
9999) Don't know26443.5
Missing9542 
TOTAL607100.0
174) Past year times doctor check feet for sores. [During the past 12 months, about how many times has a doctor or other health professional checked [your/SP's] feet for any sores or irritations?] (DID340)
TOTAL%
0) None22631.8
1) 110715.1
2) 28612.1
3) 3608.5
4) 412517.6
5) 5131.8
6) 6344.8
7) 720.3
8) 8101.4
9) 940.6
10) 1081.1
11) 1110.1
12) 12192.7
20) 2010.1
24) 2430.4
25) 2510.1
30) 3010.1
48) 4820.3
52) 5220.3
60) 6010.1
144) 14410.1
9999) Don't know/not sure30.4
Missing9439 
TOTAL710100.0
175) How often do you check your feet? [How often [do you check your feet/does SP check (his/her) feet] for sores or irritations? Include times when checked by a family member or friend, but do not include times when checked by a doctor or other health professional.] (DID350)
TOTAL%
0) None12517.6
1) 147066.2
2) 2425.9
3) 3324.5
4) 4182.5
5) 530.4
7) 7142.0
15) 1520.3
50) 5010.1
52) 5210.1
9999) Don't know20.3
Missing9439 
TOTAL710100.0
176) Unit of measure (day/week/month/year). [How often [do you check your feet/does SP check (his/her) feet] for sores or irritations? Include times when checked by a family member or friend, but do not include times when checked by a doctor or other health professional. ENTER UNIT] (DIQ350U)
TOTAL%
1) Per day39066.9
2) Per week14024.0
3) Per month437.4
4) Per year101.7
Missing9566 
TOTAL583100.0
177) Last time had pupils dilated for exam. [When was the last time [you/SP] had an eye exam in which the pupils were dilated? This would have made [you/SP] temporarily sensitive to bright light.] (DIQ360)
TOTAL%
1) Less than one month9011.7
2) One to 12 months39351.1
3) 13 to 24 months10513.7
4) Greater than two years11414.8
5) Never628.1
9) Don't know50.7
Missing9380 
TOTAL769100.0
178) Diabetes affected eyes/had retinopathy. [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that diabetes has affected [your/his/her] eyes or that [you/s/he] had retinopathy (ret-in-op-ath-ee)?] (DIQ080)
TOTAL%
1) Yes17322.5
2) No58275.7
9) Don't know141.8
Missing9380 
TOTAL769100.0
179) [Questionnaire: Drug Use] Drug use questionnaire status code. Target age: 20 years to 69 years. (DUAISC)
TOTAL%
1) Complete412889.3
2) Partial Exam10.0
3) Not done49610.7
Missing5524 
TOTAL4625100.0
180) Ever used marijuana or hashish. [The following questions ask about use of drugs not prescribed by a doctor. Please remember that your answers to these questions are strictly confidential. The first questions are about marijuana and hashish. Marijuana is also called pot or grass. Marijuana is usually smoked, either in cigarettes, called joints, or in a pipe. It is sometimes cooked in food. Hashish is a form of marijuana that is also called 'hash.' It is usually smoked in a pipe. Another form of hashish is hash oil. Have you ever, even once, used marijuana or hashish?] (DUQ200)
TOTAL%
1) Yes181155.4
2) No144444.2
7) Refused90.3
9) Don't know40.1
Missing6881 
TOTAL3268100.0
181) Age when first tried marijuana. [How old were you the first time you used marijuana or hashish? English Instructions: HARD EDIT VALUES: 0-59 Error message: 'Your response cannot exceed 59 years. Please press the 'Back' button, press 'Clear,' and try again.'] (DUQ210)
TOTAL%
1) 110.1
2) 230.2
3) 320.1
4) 420.1
5) 510.1
7) 730.2
8) 830.2
9) 960.3
10) 10110.6
11) 11100.6
12) 12713.9
13) 131196.6
14) 141508.3
15) 1522512.4
16) 1626614.7
17) 1722412.4
18) 1822112.2
19) 191186.5
20) 201156.4
21) 21693.8
22) 22362.0
23) 23201.1
24) 24231.3
25) 25412.3
26) 26140.8
27) 2750.3
28) 2850.3
29) 2920.1
30) 30130.7
31) 3140.2
32) 3240.2
33) 3330.2
34) 3420.1
35) 3550.3
36) 3630.2
38) 3820.1
43) 4310.1
45) 4530.2
48) 4810.1
51) 5110.1
77) Refused20.1
99) Don't know10.1
Missing8338 
TOTAL1811100.0
182) Last time used marijuana or hashish. [How long has it been since you last used marijuana or hashish?] (DUQ220Q)
TOTAL%
0) 0160.9
1) 123813.1
2) 21759.7
3) 31327.3
4) 4824.5
5) 5814.5
6) 6884.9
7) 7573.1
8) 8412.3
9) 9301.7
10) 10673.7
11) 11251.4
12) 12522.9
13) 13181.0
14) 14261.4
15) 15633.5
16) 16160.9
17) 17191.0
18) 18331.8
19) 19140.8
20) 201025.6
21) 21140.8
22) 22211.2
23) 23221.2
24) 24150.8
25) 25653.6
26) 26211.2
27) 27160.9
28) 28150.8
29) 29130.7
30) 30754.1
31) 3180.4
32) 32110.6
33) 33150.8
34) 3460.3
35) 35211.2
36) 3670.4
37) 3720.1
38) 3860.3
39) 3950.3
40) 4020.1
48) 4810.1
60) 6010.1
90) 9010.1
291) 29110.1
321) 32110.1
7777) Refused331.8
9999) Don't know382.1
Missing8338 
TOTAL1811100.0
183) Last time used marijuana or hashish/unit. [How long has it been since you last used marijuana or hashish? ENTER UNIT.] (DUQ220U)
TOTAL%
1) Days30116.6
2) Weeks874.8
3) Months18710.3
4) Years116664.4
7) Refused321.8
9) Don't know382.1
Missing8338 
TOTAL1811100.0
184) Number of days used marijuana or hashish/month. [During the past 30 days, on how many days did you use marijuana or hashish?] (DUQ230)
TOTAL%
1) 18020.4
2) 2328.2
3) 3307.7
4) 4235.9
5) 5328.2
6) 661.5
7) 771.8
8) 882.0
9) 951.3
10) 10184.6
12) 1241.0
13) 1310.3
14) 1420.5
15) 15215.4
17) 1720.5
19) 1920.5
20) 20205.1
22) 2220.5
23) 2310.3
24) 2410.3
25) 25143.6
26) 2610.3
27) 2730.8
28) 2851.3
29) 2941.0
30) 306516.6
77) Refused20.5
99) Don't know10.3
Missing9757 
TOTAL392100.0
185) Ever used cocaine/heroin/methamphetamine. [Have you ever used cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, or methamphetamine?] (DUQ240)
TOTAL%
1) Yes69516.8
2) No340682.5
7) Refused120.3
9) Don't know150.4
Missing6021 
TOTAL4128100.0
186) Ever use any form of cocaine. [The following questions are about cocaine, including all the different forms of cocaine such as powder, 'crack', 'free base', and coca paste. Have you ever, even once, used cocaine, in any form?] (DUQ250)
TOTAL%
1) Yes66095.0
2) No334.7
7) Refused10.1
9) Don't know10.1
Missing9454 
TOTAL695100.0
187) Age first used cocaine. [How old were you the first time you used cocaine, in any form?] (DUQ260)
TOTAL%
0) 010.2
10) 1020.3
13) 1350.8
14) 1471.1
15) 15315.0
16) 16284.5
17) 17436.9
18) 187211.6
19) 19477.6
20) 208113.1
21) 21589.4
22) 22315.0
23) 23284.5
24) 24213.4
25) 25467.4
26) 26162.6
27) 27152.4
28) 2891.5
29) 2920.3
30) 30193.1
31) 3120.3
32) 32121.9
33) 3340.6
34) 3440.6
35) 35121.9
36) 3640.6
37) 3730.5
38) 3850.8
39) 3910.2
40) 4050.8
41) 4110.2
42) 4210.2
45) 4510.2
48) 4810.2
50) 5010.2
99) Don't know10.2
Missing9529 
TOTAL620100.0
188) How long has it been since you last used cocaine, in any form. (DUQ270Q)
TOTAL%
0) 010.2
1) 1518.2
2) 2589.4
3) 3569.0
4) 4304.8
5) 5355.6
6) 6284.5
7) 7142.3
8) 8142.3
9) 9233.7
10) 10315.0
11) 11111.8
12) 12132.1
13) 13101.6
14) 1461.0
15) 15213.4
16) 1671.1
17) 17101.6
18) 18142.3
19) 19162.6
20) 20528.4
21) 2140.6
22) 2271.1
23) 23121.9
24) 2450.8
25) 25243.9
26) 2661.0
27) 2761.0
28) 2840.6
29) 2940.6
30) 30182.9
31) 3120.3
33) 3330.5
34) 3410.2
35) 3520.3
45) 4510.2
55) 5510.2
243) 24310.2
291) 29110.2
365) 36510.2
7777) Refused101.6
9999) Don't know61.0
Missing9529 
TOTAL620100.0
189) Last time you used cocaine/unit. (DUQ270U)
TOTAL%
1) Days518.2
2) Weeks284.5
3) Months579.2
4) Years46875.5
7) Refused101.6
9) Don't know61.0
Missing9529 
TOTAL620100.0
190) Number of time you used cocaine. [During your life, altogether how many times have you used cocaine, in any form?] (DUQ272)
TOTAL%
1) Once508.1
2) Two to five times14723.7
3) Six to 19 times12219.7
4) 20 to 49 times11919.2
5) 50 to 99 times6811.0
6) 100 times or more10717.3
77) Refused61.0
99) Don't know10.2
Missing9529 
TOTAL620100.0
191) Number of days used cocaine/month. [During the past 30 days, on how many days did you use cocaine, in any form?] (DUQ280)
TOTAL%
1) 12534.7
2) 21115.3
3) 31318.1
4) 422.8
5) 579.7
6) 611.4
7) 722.8
8) 822.8
15) 1534.2
20) 2022.8
24) 2411.4
29) 2911.4
30) 3011.4
99) Don't know11.4
Missing10077 
TOTAL72100.0
192) Ever used heroin. [The following questions are about heroin. Have you ever, even once, used heroin?] (DUQ290)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8612.4
2) No60887.5
9) Don't know10.1
Missing9454 
TOTAL695100.0
193) How old were you the first time you used heroin? (DUQ300)
TOTAL%
9) 11.3
12) 22.7
15) 22.7
16) 11.3
17) 34.0
18) 1216.0
19) 79.3
20) 56.7
21) 56.7
22) 34.0
23) 22.7
24) 34.0
25) 68.0
27) 11.3
28) 56.7
29) 45.3
30) 45.3
32) 11.3
34) 11.3
35) 56.7
37) 11.3
46) 11.3
Missing10074 
TOTAL75100.0
194) Last time used heroin. [How long has it been since you last used heroin?] (DUQ310Q)
TOTAL%
0) 011.3
1) 168.0
2) 222.7
3) 322.7
4) 422.7
5) 522.7
6) 668.0
7) 734.0
9) 934.0
10) 1045.3
12) 1234.0
13) 1311.3
15) 1568.0
17) 1711.3
19) 1922.7
20) 2079.3
22) 2211.3
23) 2322.7
25) 2556.7
27) 2734.0
28) 2822.7
30) 3034.0
31) 3134.0
33) 3311.3
35) 3511.3
90) 9011.3
7777) Refused22.7
Missing10074 
TOTAL75100.0
195) Last time used heroin/unit. (DUQ310U)
TOTAL%
1) Days68.0
2) Weeks11.3
3) Months34.0
4) Years6384.0
7) Refused22.7
Missing10074 
TOTAL75100.0
196) Number of days used heroin/month. [During the past 30 days, on how many days did you use heroin?] (DUQ320)
TOTAL%
1) 116.7
3) 116.7
15) 116.7
23) 116.7
30) 233.3
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
197) Ever used methamphetamine. [The following questions are about methamphetamine, also known as crank, crystal, ice or speed. Have you ever, even once, used methamphetamine?] (DUQ330)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25436.5
2) No44163.5
Missing9454 
TOTAL695100.0
198) How old were you the first time you used methamphetamine? (DUQ340)
TOTAL%
7) 10.4
12) 10.4
13) 20.8
14) 52.1
15) 135.4
16) 2410.0
17) 156.3
18) 239.6
19) 145.8
20) 218.8
21) 197.9
22) 114.6
23) 114.6
24) 72.9
25) 156.3
26) 104.2
27) 31.3
28) 62.5
30) 125.0
31) 10.4
32) 31.3
33) 20.8
34) 20.8
35) 83.3
36) 10.4
37) 10.4
38) 31.3
39) 20.8
40) 10.4
45) 10.4
49) 10.4
50) 10.4
Missing9909 
TOTAL240100.0
199) Last time used methamphetamine. [How long has it been since you last used methamphetamine?] (DUQ350Q)
TOTAL%
1) 1166.7
2) 2177.1
3) 3135.4
4) 4177.1
5) 5187.5
6) 6166.7
7) 7114.6
8) 883.3
9) 941.7
10) 10166.7
11) 1120.8
12) 1272.9
13) 1362.5
14) 1431.3
15) 1593.8
17) 1741.7
18) 1862.5
19) 1920.8
20) 20156.3
21) 2110.4
22) 2220.8
23) 2331.3
24) 2410.4
25) 25114.6
26) 2631.3
27) 2741.7
28) 2872.9
29) 2910.4
30) 3072.9
33) 3320.8
35) 3541.7
45) 4510.4
241) 24110.4
7777) Refused10.4
9999) Don't know10.4
Missing9909 
TOTAL240100.0
200) Last time used methamphetamine/unit. (DUQ350U)
TOTAL%
1) Days125.0
2) Weeks41.7
3) Months166.7
4) Years20685.8
7) Refused10.4
9) Don't know10.4
Missing9909 
TOTAL240100.0
201) Number times used methamphetamine. [During your life, altogether how many times have you used methamphetamine?] (DUQ352)
TOTAL%
1) Once229.2
2) Two to five times5422.5
3) Six to 19 times5723.8
4) 20 to 49 times3615.0
5) 50 to 99 times239.6
6) 100 times or more4719.6
77) Refused10.4
Missing9909 
TOTAL240100.0
202) Number days used methamphetamine/month. [During the past 30 days, on how many days did you use methamphetamine?] (DUQ360)
TOTAL%
1) 746.7
2) 16.7
3) 213.3
10) 16.7
15) 16.7
20) 320.0
Missing10134 
TOTAL15100.0
203) Ever use a needle to inject illegal drug? [The following questions are about the different ways that certain drugs can be used. Have you ever, even once, used a needle to inject a drug not prescribed by a doctor?] (DUQ370)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1132.7
2) No400497.0
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know100.2
Missing6021 
TOTAL4128100.0
204) Drugs injected -- Cocaine. [Which of the following drugs have you injected using a needle?] (DUQ380A)
TOTAL%
1) Cocaine5998.3
9) Don't know11.7
Missing10089 
TOTAL60100.0
205) Drugs injected -- Heroin. [Which of the following drugs have you injected using a needle?] (DUQ380B)
TOTAL%
2) Heroin45100.0
Missing10104 
TOTAL45100.0
206) Drugs injected -- Methamphetamine. [Which of the following drugs have you injected using a needle?] (DUQ380C)
TOTAL%
3) Methamphetamine34100.0
Missing10115 
TOTAL34100.0
207) Drugs injected -- Steroids. [Which of the following drugs have you injected using a needle?] (DUQ380D)
TOTAL%
4) Steroids10100.0
Missing10139 
TOTAL10100.0
208) Drugs injected -- Any other drugs. [Which of the following drugs have you injected using a needle?] (DUQ380E)
TOTAL%
5) Any other drugs26100.0
Missing10123 
TOTAL26100.0
209) Age first injected drugs. [How old were you when you first used a needle to inject any drug not prescribed by a doctor?] (DUQ390)
TOTAL%
9) 910.9
12) 1210.9
14) 1410.9
15) 1510.9
16) 1665.3
17) 1776.2
18) 1854.4
19) 1976.2
20) 2065.3
21) 21119.7
22) 2287.1
23) 2354.4
24) 2432.7
25) 2598.0
26) 2665.3
27) 2732.7
28) 2898.0
29) 2910.9
30) 3076.2
31) 3121.8
33) 3310.9
34) 3410.9
35) 3510.9
37) 3721.8
38) 3810.9
39) 3910.9
45) 4510.9
50) 5021.8
61) 6110.9
77) Refused32.7
Missing10036 
TOTAL113100.0
210) Last time injected drugs. [How long ago has it been since you last used a needle to inject a drug not prescribed by a doctor?] (DUQ400Q)
TOTAL%
1) 165.3
2) 265.3
3) 365.3
4) 421.8
5) 565.3
6) 698.0
7) 743.5
8) 854.4
9) 932.7
10) 1076.2
11) 1110.9
14) 1432.7
15) 1521.8
16) 1621.8
18) 1810.9
19) 1910.9
20) 2065.3
21) 2110.9
22) 2243.5
23) 2332.7
24) 2432.7
25) 2543.5
26) 2621.8
27) 2732.7
28) 2810.9
30) 3054.4
31) 3132.7
32) 3210.9
33) 3321.8
34) 3410.9
35) 3510.9
40) 4010.9
41) 4110.9
42) 4210.9
90) 9010.9
251) 25110.9
7777) Refused21.8
9999) Don't know21.8
Missing10036 
TOTAL113100.0
211) Last time injected drugs/unit. [How long ago has it been since you last used a needle to inject a drug not prescribed by a doctor?] (DUQ400U)
TOTAL%
1) Days119.7
2) Weeks10.9
3) Months54.4
4) Years9281.4
7) Refused21.8
9) Don't know21.8
Missing10036 
TOTAL113100.0
212) Number times injected drugs/lifetime. [During your life, altogether how many times have you injected drugs not prescribed by a doctor?] (DUQ410)
TOTAL%
1) Once2017.7
2) Two to 5 times2925.7
3) Six to 19 times1815.9
4) 20-49 times1412.4
5) 50-99 times98.0
6) 100 times or more2219.5
99) Don't know10.9
Missing10036 
TOTAL113100.0
213) How often did you inject drugs. [Think about the period of your life when you injected drugs the most often. How often did you inject then?] (DUQ420)
TOTAL%
1) More than once a day2729.0
2) About once a day1314.0
3) At least once a week but not every day2223.7
4) At least once a month but not every week1819.4
5) Less than once a month1212.9
9) Don't know11.1
Missing10056 
TOTAL93100.0
214) Ever been in rehabilitation program. [Have you ever been in a drug treatment or drug rehabilitation program?] (DUQ430)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19010.2
2) No166989.7
7) Refused10.1
9) Don't know10.1
Missing8288 
TOTAL1861100.0
215) [Questionnaire: Early Childhood] Mother's age when born. [First I have some questions about [SP NAME's] birth. How old was [SP NAME's] biological mother when [s/he] was born?] (ECD010)
TOTAL%
14) 14 years or younger130.4
15) 15250.7
16) 16581.6
17) 17762.1
18) 181253.5
19) 191704.7
20) 202005.6
21) 212426.7
22) 221885.2
23) 232156.0
24) 241845.1
25) 252065.7
26) 261965.4
27) 271915.3
28) 282085.8
29) 291724.8
30) 301995.5
31) 311363.8
32) 321494.1
33) 331022.8
34) 341213.4
35) 351022.8
36) 36732.0
37) 37611.7
38) 38671.9
39) 39351.0
40) 40260.7
41) 41200.6
42) 42100.3
43) 4320.1
44) 4420.1
45) 45 years or older20.1
9999) Don't know260.7
Missing6547 
TOTAL3602100.0
216) Mother smoked when pregnant. [Did [SP NAME's] biological mother smoke at any time while she was pregnant with [him/her]?] (ECQ020)
TOTAL%
1) Yes51314.2
2) No305484.8
9) Don't know351.0
Missing6547 
TOTAL3602100.0
217) Mother quit smoking while pregnant. [At any time during the pregnancy, did [SP NAME's] biological mother quit or refrain from smoking for the rest of the pregnancy?] (ECQ030)
TOTAL%
1) Yes20239.4
2) No30158.7
9) Don't know101.9
Missing9636 
TOTAL513100.0
218) Mother quit smoking while pregnant (mo). [About what month of the pregnancy did [SP NAME's] biological mother stop smoking?] (ECQ040)
TOTAL%
1) First month5225.7
2) Second month3115.3
3) Third month3617.8
4) Fourth month3115.3
5) Fifth month167.9
6) Sixth month199.4
7) Seventh month21.0
8) Eighth month31.5
9) Ninth month84.0
99) Don't know42.0
Missing9947 
TOTAL202100.0
219) Receive newborn care at health facility. [Did [SP NAME] receive any newborn care in an intensive care unit, premature nursery, or any other type of special care facility?] (ECQ060)
TOTAL%
1) Yes43412.0
2) No315587.6
9) Don't know130.4
Missing6547 
TOTAL3602100.0
220) Weight at birth, pounds. [How much did [SP NAME] weigh at birth? English Instructions: IF ANSWER GIVEN IN POUNDS ONLY, PROBE FOR OUNCES. IF ANSWER GIVEN IN EXACT POUNDS, ENTER NUMBER OF POUNDS AND 0 OUNCES.] (ECD070A)
TOTAL%
1) 1100.3
2) 2260.7
3) 3451.2
4) 4972.7
5) 53048.4
6) 688124.5
7) 7121433.7
8) 870319.5
9) 91915.3
10) 10571.6
11) 1190.2
12) 1210.0
13) Pounds or more40.1
9999) 9999601.7
Missing6547 
TOTAL3602100.0
221) Weight at birth, ounces. [How much did [SP NAME] weigh at birth?] (ECD070B)
TOTAL%
0) 043812.4
1) 11504.2
2) 22286.4
3) 31875.3
4) 42045.8
5) 52487.0
6) 62376.7
7) 71925.4
8) 82908.2
9) 91975.6
10) 102146.0
11) 112266.4
12) 121985.6
13) 131724.9
14) 141594.5
15) 151534.3
9999) Don't know491.4
Missing6607 
TOTAL3542100.0
222) Weight more/less than 5.5 pounds [Did [SP NAME] weigh...]] (ECQ080)
TOTAL%
1) More than 5-1/2 pounds (2500 g), or3355.0
2) Less than 5-1/2 pounds (2500 g)1016.7
9) Don't know1728.3
Missing10089 
TOTAL60100.0
223) Weight more/less than 9.0 pounds [Did [SP NAME] weigh...] (ECQ090)
TOTAL%
1) More than nine pounds (4100 g), or13.0
2) Less than nine pounds (4100 g)3090.9
9) Don't know26.1
Missing10116 
TOTAL33100.0
224) How do you consider [SP] weight? [Do you consider [SP] now to be...] (WHQ030E)
TOTAL%
1) Overweight39514.0
2) Underweight1886.7
3) About the right weight222979.2
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7336 
TOTAL2813100.0
225) Doctor told you that [SP] was overweight. [Has a doctor or health professional ever told you that [SP] was overweight?] (MCQ080E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes32311.5
2) No248988.5
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7336 
TOTAL2813100.0
226) Doing anything to help control weight? [Are you now doing anything to help [SP] control [his/her] weight?] (ECQ150)
TOTAL%
1) Yes23974.0
2) No8426.0
Missing9826 
TOTAL323100.0
227) Now attend headstart. [Is [SP] now attending [Head Start/Early Head Start]? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTIONS: IF SP AGE = 0-3, DISPLAY 'EARLY HEAD START'. IF SP AGE = 4-5, DISPLAY 'HEAD START'.] (FSQ121)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1659.6
2) No154690.3
9) Don't know10.1
Missing8437 
TOTAL1712100.0
228) [Questionnaire: Health Insurance] Covered by health insurance. [The (first/next) questions are about health insurance. [Are you/Is SP] covered by health insurance or some other kind of health care plan? (Include health insurance obtained through employment or purchased directly as well as government programs like Medicare and Medicaid that provide medical care or help pay medical bills.)] (HIQ011)
TOTAL%
1) Yes814580.3
2) No198319.5
7) Refused70.1
9) Don't know140.1
TOTAL10149100.0
229) Covered by private insurance. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by private insurance?] (HIQ031A)
TOTAL%
14) Covered by private insurance488099.6
77) Refused30.1
99) Don't know180.4
Missing5248 
TOTAL4901100.0
230) Covered by Medicare. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by Medicare?] (HIQ031B)
TOTAL%
15) Covered by Medicare1506100.0
Missing8643 
TOTAL1506100.0
231) Covered by Medi-Gap. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by Medi-Gap?] (HIQ031C)
TOTAL%
16) Covered by Medi-Gap37100.0
Missing10112 
TOTAL37100.0
232) Covered by Medicaid. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by Medicaid?] (HIQ031D)
TOTAL%
17) Covered by Medicaid1694100.0
Missing8455 
TOTAL1694100.0
233) Covered by SCHIP. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by SCHIP (State Children's Health Insurance Program)?] (HIQ031E)
TOTAL%
18) 125100.0
Missing10024 
TOTAL125100.0
234) Covered by military health care. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by military health plan (Tricare/VA/Champ-VA)?] (HIQ031F)
TOTAL%
19) Covered by military health care217100.0
Missing9932 
TOTAL217100.0
235) Covered by Indian Health Service. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by Indian Health Service?] (HIQ031G)
TOTAL%
20) Covered by Indian Health Service2100.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
236) Covered by state-sponsored health plan. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by state-sponsored health plan?] (HIQ031H)
TOTAL%
21) Covered by state-sponsored health plan452100.0
Missing9697 
TOTAL452100.0
237) Covered by other government insurance. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by other government insurance?] (HIQ031I)
TOTAL%
22) Covered by other government insurance311100.0
Missing9838 
TOTAL311100.0
238) Covered by single service plan. [[Are you/Is SP] covered by any single service plan?] (HIQ031J)
TOTAL%
23) Covered by single service plan228100.0
Missing9921 
TOTAL228100.0
239) No coverage of any type. (HIQ031AA)
TOTAL%
40) No coverage of any type4100.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
240) Have Medicare? [[Do you/Does SP] have Medicare?] (HIQ260)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14859.7
2) No9036.3
7) Refused10.4
9) Don't know93.6
Missing9901 
TOTAL248100.0
241) Insurance card available or not (HIQ105)
TOTAL%
1) Yes107090.6
2) No1119.4
Missing8968 
TOTAL1181100.0
242) Do plans cover prescriptions? [[Does this plan/Do any of these plans] cover any part of the cost of prescriptions? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: IF HIQ031B = 15 or HIQ260 = 1, DISPLAY: (If you are enrolled in Medicare Part D, also known as the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan, you have some prescription drug coverage.)] (HIQ270)
TOTAL%
1) Yes757092.8
2) No5096.2
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know801.0
Missing1988 
TOTAL8161100.0
243) Time when no insurance in past year? [In the past 12 months, was there any time when [you/SP] did not have any health insurance coverage?] (HIQ210)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5937.3
2) No756392.7
9) Don't know20.0
Missing1991 
TOTAL8158100.0
244) [Questionnaire: Housing Characteristics] When was home built. [When was this [mobile home/house/building] originally built?] (HOQ040)
TOTAL%
1) 1990 to present230923.0
2) 1978 to 1989143514.3
3) 1960 to 1977163916.3
4) 1950 to 19599169.1
5) 1940 to 19494364.3
6) Before 1940122012.1
77) Refused60.1
99) Don't know209420.8
Missing94 
TOTAL10055100.0
245) Number of rooms in home. [How many rooms are in this home? Count the kitchen but not the bathroom.] (HOD050)
TOTAL%
1) 1500.5
2) 21411.4
3) 35895.9
4) 4147914.7
5) 5226022.5
6) 6195919.5
7) 7151215.0
8) 89829.8
9) 94944.9
10) 102782.8
11) 111441.4
12) 12890.9
13) Or more620.6
777) Refused40.0
999) Don't know120.1
Missing94 
TOTAL10055100.0
246) How many years family lived in home. [How many years [have you/has your family] lived at this address?] (HOD060)
TOTAL%
1) Less than one year165016.4
2) One to two years197319.6
3) Three to five years201020.0
4) Six to 10 years164116.3
5) More than 10 years277027.5
77) Refused50.0
99) Don't know60.1
Missing94 
TOTAL10055100.0
247) Home owned, bought, rented, other. [Is this [mobile home/house/apartment] owned, being bought, rented, or occupied by some other arrangement by [you/you or someone else in your family]?] (HOQ065)
TOTAL%
1) Owned or being bought608360.5
2) Rented382038.0
3) Other arrangement1421.4
7) Refused30.0
9) Don't know70.1
Missing94 
TOTAL10055100.0
248) Source of tap water. [What is the source of tap water in this home? Is it a private or public water company, a private or public well, or something else?] (HOQ070)
TOTAL%
1) Private/public water company889188.4
2) Private/public well9579.5
3) Something else540.5
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know1511.5
Missing94 
TOTAL10055100.0
249) Water treatment devices used or not. [Are any of the water treatment devices listed on this card used in your home?] (HOQ080)
TOTAL%
1) Yes218721.8
2) No784278.0
9) Don't know260.3
Missing94 
TOTAL10055100.0
250) [Questionnaire: Immunization] Received hepatitis A vaccine. [Hepatitis (Hep-a-ti-tis) A vaccine is given as a two-dose series to some children older than 2 years and also to some adults, especially people who travel outside the United States. It has only been available since 1995. [Have you/Has SP] ever received hepatitis A vaccine? English Instructions: INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: A COMBINATION HEPATITIS A AND HEPATITIS B VACCINE SHOULD BE COUNTED AS THE A VACCINE FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS QUESTION. CODE 'YES AT LEAST 2 DOSES' IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 3 OR 4 DOSES WERE RECEIVED. CODE 'LESS THAN 2 DOSES' ONLY IF MENTIONED BY RESPONDENT.] (IMQ011)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, at least two doses259927.8
2) Less than two doses2282.4
3) No doses545358.3
7) Refused30.0
9) Don't know107711.5
Missing789 
TOTAL9360100.0
251) Received hepatitis B three-dose series. [Hepatitis (Hep-a-ti-tis) B vaccine is given in three separate doses and has been recommended for all newborn infants since 1991. In 1995, it was recommended that adolescents be given the vaccine. Persons who may be exposed to other people's blood, such as health care workers, also may have received the vaccine. [Have you/Has SP] ever received the 3- dose series of the hepatitis B vaccine? English Instructions: INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: A COMBINATION HEPATITIS A AND HEPATITIS B VACCINE SHOULD BE COUNTED AS THE B VACCINE FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS QUESTION. CODE 'YES AT LEAST 3 DOSES' IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 4 DOSES WERE RECEIVED. CODE 'LESS THAN 3 DOSES' ONLY IF MENTIONED BY RESPONDENT.] (IMQ020)
TOTAL%
1) Yes all three doses451744.5
2) Less than three doses5115.0
3) No doses418741.3
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know9329.2
TOTAL10149100.0
252) Received HPV vaccine. [Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is given to prevent cervical cancer in girls and women. It is given in three separate doses over six months and has been recommended for girls and women since June, 2006. [Have you/Has SP] ever received one or more doses of the HPV vaccine? (The brand name for the vaccine is Gardasil.)] (IMQ040)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1746.2
2) No260192.6
9) Don't know331.2
Missing7341 
TOTAL2808100.0
253) Received HPV, number of doses. [How many doses [have you/has SP] received?] (IMQ045)
TOTAL%
1) One dose7442.5
2) Two doses3821.8
3) Three doses5531.6
9) Don't know74.0
Missing9975 
TOTAL174100.0
254) [Questionnaire: Kidney Conditions -- Urology] Ever told you had weak/failing kidneys. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that [you/s/he] had weak or failing kidneys? Do not include kidney stones, bladder infections, or incontinence.] (KIQ022)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1793.0
2) No574596.8
9) Don't know110.2
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
255) Received dialysis in past 12 months. [In the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] received dialysis (either hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis)?] (KIQ025)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2212.3
2) No15787.7
Missing9970 
TOTAL179100.0
256) Ever had kidney stones? [[Have you/Has SP] ever had kidney stones?] (KIQ026)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5399.1
2) No537090.5
9) Don't know260.4
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
257) How many times passed a kidney stone? [How many times [have you/has SP] passed a kidney stone?] (KID028)
TOTAL%
0) 07013.0
1) 127751.4
2) 28415.6
3) 3387.1
4) 4142.6
5) 5101.9
6) 640.7
7) 730.6
8) 830.6
9) 910.2
10) 1081.5
12) 1230.6
13) 1320.4
15) 1520.4
20) 2020.4
23) 2310.2
25) 2510.2
28) 2820.4
40) 4010.2
42) 4210.2
80) 8010.2
999) Don't know112.0
Missing9610 
TOTAL539100.0
258) How often have urinary leakage. [Many people have leakage of urine. The next few questions ask about urine leakage. How often [do you/does SP] have urinary leakage? Would [you/s/he] say... (English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN: Other terms for urinary leakage are not being able to hold your urine until you can reach a toilet, not being able to control your bladder, loss of urine control.)] (KIQ005)
TOTAL%
1) Never367770.3
2) Less than once a month56110.7
3) A few times a month4668.9
4) A few times a week2284.4
5) Every day and/or night2675.1
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know280.5
Missing4920 
TOTAL5229100.0
259) How much urine lose each time? [How much urine [do you/does SP] lose each time? Would [you/s/he] say...] (KIQ010)
TOTAL%
1) Drops105169.1
2) Small splashes32221.2
3) More1419.3
9) Don't know80.5
Missing8627 
TOTAL1522100.0
260) Leak urine during physical activities. [During the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] leaked or lost control of even a small amount of urine with an activity like coughing, lifting or exercise?] (KIQ042)
TOTAL%
1) Yes127624.4
2) No393775.3
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know130.2
Missing4921 
TOTAL5228100.0
261) How frequently does this occur? (KIQ430)
TOTAL%
1) Less than once a month59446.6
2) A few times a month40531.7
3) A few times a week15111.8
4) Every day and/or night1199.3
9) Don't know70.5
Missing8873 
TOTAL1276100.0
262) Urinated before reaching the toilet. [During the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] leaked or lost control of even a small amount of urine with an urge or pressure to urinate and [you/he/she] couldn't get to the toilet fast enough?] (KIQ044)
TOTAL%
1) Yes121423.2
2) No399176.3
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know210.4
Missing4921 
TOTAL5228100.0
263) How frequently does this occur? (KIQ450)
TOTAL%
1) Less than once a month52142.9
2) A few times a month40333.2
3) A few times a week17314.3
4) Every day and/or night1129.2
9) Don't know50.4
Missing8935 
TOTAL1214100.0
264) Leak urine during nonphysical activities. [During the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] leaked or lost control of even a small amount of urine without an activity like coughing, lifting, or exercise, or an urge to urinate?] (KIQ046)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3987.6
2) No479591.7
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know330.6
Missing4921 
TOTAL5228100.0
265) How frequently does this occur? (KIQ470)
TOTAL%
1) Less than once a month12230.7
2) A few times a month13032.7
3) A few times a week7117.8
4) Every day and/or night7117.8
9) Don't know41.0
Missing9751 
TOTAL398100.0
266) How much did urine leakage bother you. (During the past 12 months, how much did [your/her/his] leakage of urine bother [you/her/him]? Please select one of the following choices:) (KIQ050)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all79639.5
2) Only a little62731.1
3) Somewhat31015.4
4) Very much1668.2
5) Greatly1045.2
9) Don't know130.6
Missing8133 
TOTAL2016100.0
267) How much were daily activities affected. [During the past 12 months, how much did [your/her/his] leakage of urine affect [your/her/his] day-to-day activities? Please select one of the following choices:] (KIQ052)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all155176.9
2) Only a little25212.5
3) Somewhat1206.0
4) Very much633.1
5) Greatly190.9
9) Don't know110.5
Missing8133 
TOTAL2016100.0
268) How many times urinate in night? [During the past 30 days, how many times per night did [you/SP] most typically get up to urinate, from the time [you/s/he] went to bed at night until the time [you/he/she] got up in the morning. Would [you/s/he] say:] (KIQ480)
TOTAL%
0) Zero176533.8
1) One177434.0
2) Two99519.0
3) Three4458.5
4) Four1332.5
5) Five or more?951.8
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know160.3
Missing4924 
TOTAL5225100.0
269) [Questionnaire: Medical Conditions] Ever been told you have asthma. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you have/s/he/SP has] asthma?] (MCQ010)
TOTAL%
1) Yes138514.3
2) No827485.6
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know60.1
Missing483 
TOTAL9666100.0
270) Age when first had asthma. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [he/she] had asthma?] (MCQ025)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL13831388.71111643
271) Still have asthma. [[Do you/Does SP] still have asthma?] (MCQ035)
TOTAL%
1) Yes83560.3
2) No52337.8
9) Don't know271.9
Missing8764 
TOTAL1385100.0
272) Had asthma attack in past year. [During the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] had an episode of asthma or an asthma attack?] (MCQ040)
TOTAL%
1) Yes44052.7
2) No39447.2
9) Don't know10.1
Missing9314 
TOTAL835100.0
273) Emergency care visit for asthma/past year. [During the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] had to visit an emergency room or urgent care center because of asthma?] (MCQ050)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14733.4
2) No29366.6
Missing9709 
TOTAL440100.0
274) Dr. prescribed medication for asthma? [During the past 3 months, [have you/has SP] taken medication prescribed by a doctor or other health professionals for asthma?] (MCQ051)
TOTAL%
1) Yes58169.6
2) No25330.3
9) Don't know10.1
Missing9314 
TOTAL835100.0
275) Taking treatment for anemia/past three months. [During the past three months, [have you/has SP] been on treatment for anemia, sometimes called 'tired blood' or 'low blood'? Include diet, iron pills, iron shots, transfusions as treatment.] (MCQ053)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2903.0
2) No936896.9
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know70.1
Missing483 
TOTAL9666100.0
276) Doctor ever said you were overweight. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you were/s/he/SP was] overweight?] (MCQ080)
TOTAL%
1) Yes205831.4
2) No448268.5
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know50.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
277) Ever receive blood transfusion. [[Have you/Has SP] ever received a blood transfusion?] (MCQ092)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8249.8
2) No751689.1
9) Don't know951.1
Missing1714 
TOTAL8435100.0
278) Year receive blood transfusion. [In what year did [you/SP] receive [your/his/her] first transfusion?] (MCD093)
TOTAL%
1) Before 197218222.1
2) 1972 to 199122627.4
3) 1992 to present39447.8
9) Don't know222.7
Missing9325 
TOTAL824100.0
279) Trouble seeing even with glass/contacts. [[Do you/Does SP] have trouble seeing, even when wearing glasses or contact lenses, if [you/he/she] wear[s] them?] (MCQ140)
TOTAL%
1) Yes156516.7
2) No778783.2
9) Don't know80.1
Missing789 
TOTAL9360100.0
280) Menstrual periods started yet? [Have [SP's] periods or menstrual cycles started yet?] (MCQ149)
TOTAL%
1) Yes419.6
2) No38489.7
7) Refused30.7
Missing9721 
TOTAL428100.0
281) School days missed from injury/illness. [During the past 12 months, that is, since [DISPLAY CURRENT MONTH] of [DISPLAY LAST YEAR], about how many days did [you/SP] miss school because of an illness or injury?] (MCQ150G)
TOTAL%
1) Enter number236794.7
2) Did not go to school1285.1
9) Don't know50.2
Missing7649 
TOTAL2500100.0
282) Number school days missed from injury/illness. [During the past 12 months, that is, since [DISPLAY CURRENT MONTH] of [DISPLAY LAST YEAR], about how many days did [you/SP] miss school because of an illness or injury?] (MCQ150Q)
TOTAL%
0) 072130.5
1) 133814.3
2) 235415.0
3) 325410.7
4) 41526.4
5) 51747.4
6) 6692.9
7) 7411.7
8) 8291.2
9) 9200.8
10) 10572.4
11) 1130.1
12) 12241.0
13) 1340.2
14) 14120.5
15) 15261.1
16) 1650.2
17) 1730.1
18) 1820.1
19) 1910.0
20) 20241.0
21) 2120.1
22) 2210.0
23) 2310.0
24) 2410.0
25) 2540.2
27) 2720.1
30) 30210.9
35) 3530.1
38) 3810.0
40) 4040.2
48) 4810.0
60) 6070.3
64) 6410.0
90) 9010.0
100) 10010.0
99999) Don't know30.1
Missing7782 
TOTAL2367100.0
283) Doctor ever said you had arthritis. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had arthritis?] (MCQ160A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes175529.6
2) No417070.3
9) Don't know100.2
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
284) Age when told you had arthritis. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he] had arthritis?] (MCQ180A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL17551586.49512305
285) Which type of arthritis was it? (MCQ190)
TOTAL%
1) Rheumatoid arthritis34619.7
2) Osteoarthritis53130.3
3) Other21912.5
7) Refused10.1
9) Don't know65837.5
Missing8394 
TOTAL1755100.0
286) Doctor ever told you that you had gout? [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had gout?] (MCQ160N)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2995.0
2) No562894.8
9) Don't know80.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
287) Age when told you had gout. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had gout?] (MCQ180N)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL299720.078161
288) Ever told had congestive heart failure. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had congestive heart failure?] (MCQ160B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2173.7
2) No569395.9
9) Don't know250.4
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
289) Age when told you had heart failure. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had congestive heart failure?] (MCQ180B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2173281.67317699
290) Ever told you had coronary heart disease. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had coronary heart disease?] (MCQ160C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2534.3
2) No565395.2
9) Don't know290.5
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
291) Age when told had coronary heart disease. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had coronary heart disease?] (MCQ180C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2532427.44315237
292) Ever told you had angina/angina pectoris. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had angina, also called angina pectoris?] (MCQ160D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1642.8
2) No574996.9
9) Don't know220.4
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
293) Age when told you had angina pectoris. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had angina, also called angina pectoris?] (MCQ180D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1641881.18913435
294) Ever told you had heart attack. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had a heart attack (also called myocardial infarction)?] (MCQ160E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2824.8
2) No564295.1
9) Don't know110.2
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
295) Age when told you had heart attack. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had a heart attack (also called myocardial infarction)?] (MCQ180E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2822891.11316622
296) Ever told you had a stroke. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had a stroke?] (MCQ160F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2584.3
2) No565995.3
9) Don't know180.3
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
297) Age when told you had a stroke. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had a stroke?] (MCQ180F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2582382.74815092
298) Ever told you had emphysema. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had emphysema?] (MCQ160G)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1642.8
2) No576097.1
9) Don't know110.2
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
299) Age when told you had emphysema. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had emphysema?] (MCQ180G)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1631281.14111037
300) Ever told you had a thyroid problem. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had a thyroid problem?] (MCQ160M)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5549.3
2) No536390.4
9) Don't know180.3
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
301) Do you still have a thyroid problem? [[Do you/Does SP] still... have a thyroid problem?] (MCQ170M)
TOTAL%
1) Yes41274.4
2) No12021.7
9) Don't know224.0
Missing9595 
TOTAL554100.0
302) Age when told you had a thyroid problem. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had a thyroid problem?] (MCQ180M)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5542208.86114564
303) Ever told you had chronic bronchitis. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had chronic bronchitis?] (MCQ160K)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3756.3
2) No555193.5
9) Don't know90.2
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
304) Do you still have chronic bronchitis? (MCQ170K)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19652.3
2) No17346.1
9) Don't know61.6
Missing9774 
TOTAL375100.0
305) Age when told you had chronic bronchitis. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had chronic bronchitis?] (MCQ180K)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3743779.96519000
306) Ever told you had any liver condition. [Has a doctor or other health professional ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he]... had any kind of liver condition?] (MCQ160L)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2263.8
2) No570096.0
9) Don't know90.2
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
307) Do you still have a liver condition? (MCQ170L)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11249.6
2) No8738.5
9) Don't know2711.9
Missing9923 
TOTAL226100.0
308) Age when told you had a liver condition. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you were/s/he was] first told [you/s/he]... had any kind of liver condition?] (MCQ180L)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2241825.82613267
309) Ever told you had cancer or malignancy. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that [you/s/he] had cancer or a malignancy of any kind?] (MCQ220)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5769.7
2) No534890.1
9) Don't know110.2
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
310) What kind of cancer? [What kind of cancer was it? English Instructions: ENTER UP TO 3 KINDS. IF RESPONDENT OFFERS MORE THAN 3, ENTER 66 AS THE 4TH RESPONSE. CAPI INSTRUCTIONS: ALLOW UP TO 3 ENTRIES. ALLOW 'MORE THAN 3 KINDS' (CODE 66) ONLY AS 4TH ENTRY.] (MCQ230A)
TOTAL%
10) Bladder173.0
12) Bone40.7
13) Brain10.2
14) Breast9115.8
15) Cervix (cervical)427.3
16) Colon468.0
17) Esophagus (esophageal)50.9
18) Gallbladder10.2
19) Kidney61.0
20) Larynx/ windpipe20.3
21) Leukemia61.0
22) Liver20.3
23) Lung173.0
24) Lymphoma/Hodgkin's disease122.1
25) Melanoma315.4
26) Mouth/tongue/lip40.7
27) Nervous system10.2
28) Ovary (ovarian)193.3
29) Pancreas (pancreatic)20.3
30) Prostate9115.8
32) Skin (non-melanoma)8114.1
33) Skin (don't know what kind)417.1
34) Soft tissue (muscle or fat)10.2
35) Stomach50.9
36) Testis (testicular)10.2
37) Thyroid91.6
38) Uterus (uterine)203.5
39) Other173.0
99) Don't know10.2
Missing9573 
TOTAL576100.0
311) What kind of cancer? [What kind of cancer was it? English Instructions: ENTER UP TO 3 KINDS. IF RESPONDENT OFFERS MORE THAN 3, ENTER 66 AS THE 4TH RESPONSE. CAPI INSTRUCTIONS: ALLOW UP TO 3 ENTRIES. ALLOW 'MORE THAN 3 KINDS' (CODE 66) ONLY AS 4TH ENTRY.] (MCQ230B)
TOTAL%
10) Bladder24.3
11) Blood12.1
12) Bone12.1
14) Breast12.1
16) Colon510.6
19) Kidney12.1
21) Leukemia24.3
22) Liver24.3
24) Lymphoma/Hodgkin's disease12.1
25) Melanoma24.3
28) Ovary (ovarian)36.4
30) Prostate817.0
32) Skin (non-melanoma)48.5
33) Skin (don't know what kind)612.8
35) Stomach12.1
38) Uterus (uterine)24.3
39) Other510.6
Missing10102 
TOTAL47100.0
312) What kind of cancer? [What kind of cancer was it? English Instructions: ENTER UP TO 3 KINDS. IF RESPONDENT OFFERS MORE THAN 3, ENTER 66 AS THE 4TH RESPONSE. CAPI INSTRUCTIONS: ALLOW UP TO 3 ENTRIES. ALLOW 'MORE THAN 3 KINDS' (CODE 66) ONLY AS 4TH ENTRY.] (MCQ230C)
TOTAL%
13) Brain116.7
14) Breast116.7
30) Prostate116.7
32) Skin (non-melanoma)116.7
38) Uterus (uterine)116.7
39) Other116.7
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
313) What kind of cancer? [What kind of cancer was it? English Instructions: ENTER UP TO 3 KINDS. IF RESPONDENT OFFERS MORE THAN 3, ENTER 66 AS THE 4TH RESPONSE. CAPI INSTRUCTIONS: ALLOW UP TO 3 ENTRIES. ALLOW 'MORE THAN 3 KINDS' (CODE 66) ONLY AS 4TH ENTRY.] (MCQ230D)
TOTAL%
66) More than three kinds1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
314) Age when bladder cancer first diagnosed. [How old [were you/was SP] when [TYPE OF CANCER/cancer] was first diagnosed? How old (were you/was SP) when bladder cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240A)
TOTAL%
42) 4215.3
55) 5515.3
58) 58210.5
59) 5915.3
60) 60210.5
63) 6315.3
68) 6815.3
69) 69210.5
75) 7515.3
76) 76315.8
77) 7715.3
80) 80 years or older315.8
Missing10130 
TOTAL19100.0
315) Age when blood cancer first diagnosed. [How old [were you/was SP] when blood cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240B)
TOTAL%
62) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
316) Age when bone cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when bone cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240C)
TOTAL%
6) 120.0
16) 120.0
23) 120.0
52) 120.0
77) 120.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
317) Age when brain cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when brain cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240D)
TOTAL%
75) 75150.0
80) 80 years or older150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
318) Age when breast cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when breast cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240E)
TOTAL%
2) 211.1
3) 311.1
25) 2511.1
32) 3211.1
34) 3411.1
36) 3611.1
37) 3711.1
38) 3811.1
40) 4022.2
42) 4233.2
43) 4311.1
44) 4422.2
45) 4533.2
46) 4633.2
47) 4711.1
48) 4822.2
49) 4944.3
50) 5022.2
51) 5111.1
52) 5211.1
53) 5333.2
54) 5411.1
55) 5522.2
57) 5711.1
58) 5899.7
59) 5911.1
60) 6011.1
61) 6133.2
62) 6222.2
63) 6344.3
64) 6411.1
65) 6544.3
66) 6611.1
67) 6755.4
68) 6811.1
69) 6911.1
70) 7033.2
71) 7122.2
73) 7333.2
74) 7411.1
76) 7644.3
77) 7711.1
78) 7811.1
80) 80 years or older55.4
Missing10056 
TOTAL93100.0
319) Age when cervical cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when cervical cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240F)
TOTAL%
16) 12.4
17) 37.1
18) 12.4
19) 12.4
20) 37.1
21) 12.4
22) 12.4
23) 12.4
24) 24.8
25) 37.1
26) 12.4
27) 24.8
29) 12.4
30) 49.5
31) 12.4
32) 24.8
33) 12.4
34) 24.8
35) 12.4
36) 49.5
38) 24.8
40) 24.8
45) 12.4
63) 12.4
Missing10107 
TOTAL42100.0
320) Age when colon cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when colon cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240G)
TOTAL%
25) 2512.0
28) 2812.0
29) 2912.0
38) 3812.0
42) 4223.9
44) 4412.0
46) 4612.0
47) 4712.0
50) 5047.8
51) 5123.9
52) 5212.0
53) 5312.0
54) 5412.0
55) 5512.0
57) 5712.0
58) 5835.9
59) 5912.0
60) 6023.9
61) 6123.9
63) 6312.0
64) 6412.0
65) 6535.9
66) 6612.0
67) 6712.0
70) 7012.0
73) 7335.9
74) 7423.9
75) 7523.9
77) 7712.0
78) 7835.9
80) 80 years or older47.8
Missing10098 
TOTAL51100.0
321) Age esophageal cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when esophageal cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240H)
TOTAL%
43) 120.0
58) 120.0
65) 120.0
70) 120.0
75) 120.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
322) Age gallbladder cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when gallbladder cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240I)
TOTAL%
52) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
323) Age when kidney cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when kidney cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240J)
TOTAL%
40) 40114.3
45) 45114.3
51) 51114.3
61) 61114.3
76) 76114.3
80) 80 years or older228.6
Missing10142 
TOTAL7100.0
324) Age larynx/windpipe cancer diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when larynx or windpipe cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240K)
TOTAL%
58) 150.0
70) 150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
325) Age when leukemia first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when leukemia was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240L)
TOTAL%
11) 11112.5
49) 49112.5
59) 59112.5
60) 60112.5
63) 63112.5
70) 70112.5
80) 80 years or older112.5
99999) Don't know112.5
Missing10141 
TOTAL8100.0
326) Age when liver cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when liver cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240M)
TOTAL%
36) 36125.0
67) 67125.0
77) 77125.0
80) 80 years or older125.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
327) Age when lung cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when lung cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240N)
TOTAL%
15) 1515.9
48) 4815.9
49) 4915.9
51) 51211.8
53) 5315.9
55) 55211.8
57) 5715.9
60) 6015.9
65) 6515.9
67) 6715.9
68) 6815.9
72) 7215.9
73) 7315.9
76) 7615.9
80) 80 years or older15.9
Missing10132 
TOTAL17100.0
328) Age lymphoma/Hodgkin's diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when lymphoma or Hodgkin's Disease was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240O)
TOTAL%
10) 17.7
18) 17.7
20) 17.7
21) 17.7
32) 17.7
34) 17.7
41) 17.7
42) 17.7
43) 17.7
50) 17.7
56) 17.7
59) 17.7
75) 17.7
Missing10136 
TOTAL13100.0
329) Age when melanoma first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when melanoma was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240P)
TOTAL%
23) 2313.0
26) 2626.1
31) 3113.0
35) 3513.0
37) 3726.1
38) 3813.0
45) 4513.0
48) 4813.0
53) 5313.0
57) 5726.1
59) 5926.1
60) 6013.0
63) 6313.0
65) 6526.1
67) 6713.0
68) 6839.1
73) 7313.0
74) 7413.0
75) 7513.0
76) 7626.1
77) 7713.0
80) 80 years or older412.1
Missing10116 
TOTAL33100.0
330) Age mouth\tongue\lip cancer diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when mouth, tongue, or lip cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240Q)
TOTAL%
27) 125.0
47) 125.0
65) 250.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
331) Age nervous system cancer diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when cancer of the nervous system was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240R)
TOTAL%
23) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
332) Age when ovarian cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when ovarian cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240S)
TOTAL%
18) 14.5
20) 14.5
24) 14.5
25) 14.5
32) 14.5
33) 29.1
39) 14.5
44) 14.5
46) 14.5
48) 14.5
49) 14.5
50) 29.1
58) 14.5
61) 14.5
62) 14.5
63) 14.5
69) 14.5
75) 14.5
77) 14.5
79) 14.5
Missing10127 
TOTAL22100.0
333) Age pancreatic cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when pancreatic cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240T)
TOTAL%
64) 150.0
77) 150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
334) Age prostate cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when prostate cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240U)
TOTAL%
2) 211.0
3) 311.0
40) 4011.0
45) 4511.0
48) 4811.0
49) 4911.0
50) 5022.0
52) 5222.0
55) 5522.0
56) 5644.0
58) 5888.0
59) 5933.0
60) 6044.0
62) 6244.0
63) 6399.0
64) 6433.0
65) 6544.0
66) 6655.0
67) 6766.0
68) 6844.0
69) 6922.0
70) 7066.0
71) 7122.0
72) 7255.0
73) 7322.0
74) 7422.0
75) 7533.0
76) 7655.0
78) 7811.0
79) 7911.0
80) 80 years or older55.0
Missing10049 
TOTAL100100.0
335) Age non-melanoma skin cancer diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when non-melanoma skin cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240W)
TOTAL%
27) 2711.2
29) 2911.2
30) 3022.3
33) 3333.5
35) 3511.2
38) 3822.3
40) 4044.7
41) 4111.2
42) 4233.5
43) 4311.2
45) 4533.5
46) 4622.3
49) 4911.2
50) 5033.5
53) 5322.3
54) 5422.3
55) 5522.3
57) 5722.3
58) 5822.3
59) 5911.2
60) 6044.7
61) 6111.2
62) 6244.7
63) 6311.2
64) 6422.3
65) 6533.5
66) 6611.2
67) 6711.2
68) 6822.3
70) 7055.8
71) 7133.5
72) 7244.7
73) 7322.3
74) 7422.3
75) 7522.3
76) 7611.2
77) 7711.2
78) 7822.3
80) 80 years or older67.0
Missing10063 
TOTAL86100.0
336) Age unknown skin cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when the unknown kind of skin cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240X)
TOTAL%
5) 512.1
25) 2512.1
28) 2812.1
29) 2912.1
32) 3212.1
38) 3836.4
40) 4036.4
45) 4512.1
47) 4712.1
48) 4824.3
50) 5024.3
53) 5324.3
57) 5724.3
58) 5812.1
59) 5912.1
62) 6236.4
64) 6448.5
65) 6512.1
66) 6612.1
67) 6712.1
68) 6812.1
70) 7012.1
71) 7112.1
74) 7412.1
75) 7536.4
78) 7812.1
79) 7924.3
80) 80 years or older36.4
99999) Don't know12.1
Missing10102 
TOTAL47100.0
337) Age soft tissue cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when soft tissue (muscle or fat) cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240Y)
TOTAL%
30) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
338) Age stomach cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when stomach cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240Z)
TOTAL%
32) 116.7
50) 116.7
60) 116.7
61) 116.7
70) 116.7
76) 116.7
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
339) Age testicular cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when testicular cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240AA)
TOTAL%
67) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
340) Age when thyroid cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when thyroid cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240BB)
TOTAL%
20) 111.1
27) 111.1
28) 111.1
36) 111.1
53) 111.1
55) 111.1
57) 111.1
61) 111.1
70) 111.1
Missing10140 
TOTAL9100.0
341) Age when uterine cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when uterine cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240CC)
TOTAL%
20) 14.3
26) 14.3
28) 14.3
31) 14.3
32) 28.7
35) 14.3
36) 14.3
37) 14.3
38) 14.3
39) 14.3
40) 14.3
41) 14.3
45) 14.3
49) 14.3
55) 14.3
57) 28.7
59) 313.0
62) 14.3
72) 14.3
Missing10126 
TOTAL23100.0
342) Age other type of cancer first diagnosed. [How old (were you/was SP) when some other type of cancer was first diagnosed?] (MCQ240DD)
TOTAL%
2) 14.3
27) 14.3
36) 14.3
40) 14.3
41) 14.3
42) 28.7
45) 28.7
47) 14.3
48) 14.3
55) 313.0
58) 14.3
59) 14.3
62) 14.3
66) 14.3
68) 14.3
71) 14.3
72) 14.3
80) 28.7
Missing10126 
TOTAL23100.0
343) Age unknown cancer first diagnosed. [How old [were you/was SP] when cancer was first diagnosed? English Instructions: DISPLAY 'CANCER' IF DON'T KNOW ENTERED IN MCQ230.] (MCQ240DK)
TOTAL%
55) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
344) Work days missed for illness/maternity. [During the past 12 months, that is since [DISPLAY CURRENT MONTH] of last year, about how many days did [you/SP] miss work at a job or business because of an illness or injury [do not include maternity leave]? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: DISPLAY 'DO NOT INCLUDE MATERNITY LEAVE' ONLY IF SP IS FEMALE.] (MCQ245A)
TOTAL%
1) Enter number390059.6
2) Does not work264640.4
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
345) Number of workdays missed. [During the past 12 months, that is since [DISPLAY CURRENT MONTH] of last year, about how many days did [you/SP] miss work at a job or business because of an illness or injury [do not include maternity leave]?] (MCQ245B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL390030.6461601
346) Close relative had heart attack? [Including living and deceased, were any of [SP's/your] close biological that is, blood relatives including father, mother, sisters or brothers, ever told by a health professional that they had a heart attack or angina (an-gi-na) before the age of 50?] (MCQ300A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes79113.3
2) No497483.8
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know1682.8
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
347) Close relative had asthma? [Including living and deceased, were any of [SP's/your] close biological that is, blood relatives including father, mother, sisters or brothers, ever told by a health professional that they had asthma (az-ma)?] (MCQ300B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes196223.3
2) No630574.7
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know1672.0
Missing1714 
TOTAL8435100.0
348) Close relative had diabetes? [Including living and deceased, were any of [SP's/your] close biological that is, blood relatives including father, mother, sisters or brothers, ever told by a health professional that they had diabetes?] (MCQ300C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes240340.5
2) No339957.3
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know1322.2
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
349) Blood relative have/had prostate cancer. [Including living and deceased, were any of (SP's/your) biological that is, blood relatives including grandparents, brothers, ever told by a health professional that they had prostate cancer?] (MCQ265)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25513.0
2) No161282.2
9) Don't know954.8
Missing8187 
TOTAL1962100.0
350) Biological family members -- father. [Which biological [blood] family members?] (MCQ268A)
TOTAL%
1) Father14399.3
9) Don't know10.7
Missing10005 
TOTAL144100.0
351) Biological family member -- mother's father. [Which biological [blood] family members?] (MCQ268B)
TOTAL%
2) Mother's father20100.0
Missing10129 
TOTAL20100.0
352) Biological family member -- father's father. [Which biological [blood] family members?] (MCQ268C)
TOTAL%
3) Father's father26100.0
Missing10123 
TOTAL26100.0
353) Biological family member - brother. [Which biological [blood] family members?] (MCQ268D)
TOTAL%
4) Brother80100.0
Missing10069 
TOTAL80100.0
354) Ever have blood test to check PSA? [[Have you/Has SP] ever had a blood test that [your/his] doctor told [you/him] was being used to check for prostate (pros-state) cancer, called PSA, or Prostate Specific Antigen (An-ti-jen)?] (MCQ310)
TOTAL%
1) Yes108955.5
2) No76438.9
9) Don't know1095.6
Missing8187 
TOTAL1962100.0
355) Age when first had PSA test. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/he] first had [your/his] PSA test?] (MCQ320)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1089112.261227
356) How long ago was last PSA test? [How long ago was [your/his] last PSA test?] (MCD330)
TOTAL%
1) 160.6
2) 230.3
3) 310.1
6) 610.1
7) 7161.5
14) 14262.4
21) 2170.6
30) 30464.3
42) 4220.2
61) 61504.6
70) 7010.1
91) 91656.0
122) 122393.6
126) 12610.1
152) 152262.4
182) 18211210.4
213) 213121.1
243) 243191.8
274) 274151.4
304) 30490.8
334) 334111.0
365) 36528726.5
731) 73111110.3
1096) 1096545.0
1461) 1461353.2
1826) 1826333.0
2192) 2192161.5
2557) 255740.4
2922) 2922100.9
3287) 328750.5
3653) 3653151.4
4018) 401830.3
4383) 438320.2
5114) 511410.1
5479) 547920.2
5844) 584420.2
777777) Refused10.1
999999) Don't know333.0
Missing9067 
TOTAL1082100.0
357) How many PSA tests in past five years? [How many PSA tests [have you/has SP] had in the last five years?] (MCQ340)
TOTAL%
0) 0393.6
1) 126124.0
2) 214012.9
3) 31059.6
4) 4686.2
5) 530427.9
6) 6161.5
7) 7121.1
8) 890.8
9) 930.3
10) 10615.6
12) 1260.6
15) 1560.6
16) 1610.1
20) 20111.0
999) Don't know474.3
Missing9060 
TOTAL1089100.0
358) Ever told PSA test was not normal? [Has a doctor or other health care professional ever told [you/SP] that [your/his] PSA test was not normal?] (MCQ350)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25623.5
2) No82075.3
9) Don't know131.2
Missing9060 
TOTAL1089100.0
359) [Questionnaire: Oral Health] Condition of teeth. [Now I have some questions about the condition of your teeth and gums. How would you describe the condition of [your/SP?s] teeth?] (OHQ011)
TOTAL%
11) Excellent77112.4
12) Very good105216.9
13) Good204032.8
14) Fair135921.8
15) Poor99115.9
77) Refused10.0
99) Don't know140.2
Missing3921 
TOTAL6228100.0
360) How often last year had aching in mouth? [How often during the last year (have you/ has SP) had painful aching anywhere in (your/his/her) mouth?] (OHQ620)
TOTAL%
1) Very often2223.6
2) Fairly often2634.2
3) Occasionally94015.1
4) Hardly ever127920.5
5) Never352256.6
9) Don't know20.0
Missing3921 
TOTAL6228100.0
361) How often felt bad because of mouth? [How often during the last year (have you/ has SP) felt that life in general was less satisfying because of problems with (your/his/her) teeth, mouth or dentures?] (OHQ630)
TOTAL%
1) Very often1782.9
2) Fairly often1722.8
3) Occasionally4577.3
4) Hardly ever63010.1
5) Never478576.8
9) Don't know60.1
Missing3921 
TOTAL6228100.0
362) Last year had difficulty with job because of mouth. [How often during the last year (have you/has SP) had difficulty doing (your/his/her) usual jobs or attending school because of problems with (your/his/her) teeth, mouth or dentures?] (OHQ640)
TOTAL%
1) Very often611.0
2) Fairly often611.0
3) Occasionally1672.7
4) Hardly ever3495.6
5) Never557489.5
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know150.2
Missing3921 
TOTAL6228100.0
363) Last year taste affected because of mouth. [How often during the last year (have you/has SP's) sense of taste been affected by problems with (your/his/her) teeth, mouth or dentures?] (OHQ650)
TOTAL%
1) Very often1091.8
2) Fairly often1141.8
3) Occasionally2463.9
4) Hardly ever3185.1
5) Never542387.1
9) Don't know180.3
Missing3921 
TOTAL6228100.0
364) Last year avoid some food because of mouth. [How often during the last year (have you/has SP) avoided particular foods because of problems with (your/his/her) teeth, mouth or dentures?] (OHQ660)
TOTAL%
1) Very often2524.0
2) Fairly often2524.0
3) Occasionally67010.8
4) Hardly ever4667.5
5) Never458573.6
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know20.0
Missing3921 
TOTAL6228100.0
365) Last year couldn't eat because of mouth. [How often during the last year (have you/has SP) found it uncomfortable to eat food because of problems with (your/his/her) teeth, mouth or dentures?] (OHQ670)
TOTAL%
1) Very often2373.8
2) Fairly often2303.7
3) Occasionally67110.8
4) Hardly ever6179.9
5) Never447171.8
9) Don't know20.0
Missing3921 
TOTAL6228100.0
366) Last year embarrassed because of mouth. [How often during the last year (have you/has SP) been self-conscious or embarrassed because of (your/his/her) teeth, mouth or dentures?] (OHQ680)
TOTAL%
1) Very often2834.5
2) Fairly often2003.2
3) Occasionally4627.4
4) Hardly ever4777.7
5) Never480477.1
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing3921 
TOTAL6228100.0
367) [Questionnaire: Osteoporosis] Broken or fractured a hip. [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured [your/his/her] hip?] (OSQ010A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes721.2
2) No585898.7
9) Don't know50.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
368) Broken or fractured a wrist. [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured [your/his/her] wrist?] (OSQ010B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5499.3
2) No538190.7
9) Don't know50.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
369) Broken or fractured spine. [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured [your/his/her] spine?] (OSQ010C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1532.6
2) No577597.3
9) Don't know70.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
370) Number of times broken/fractured hip. [How many times [have you/has SP] broken or fractured [your/his/her] hip?] (OSQ020A)
TOTAL%
1) 6793.1
2) 45.6
5) 11.4
Missing10077 
TOTAL72100.0
371) Number of times broken/fractured wrist. [How many times [have you/has SP] broken or fractured [your/his/her] wrist?] (OSQ020B)
TOTAL%
1) 145282.3
2) 26311.5
3) 3234.2
4) 450.9
5) 530.5
7) 720.4
9999) Don't know10.2
Missing9600 
TOTAL549100.0
372) Number of times broken/fractured spine. [How many times [have you/has SP] broken or fractured [your/his/her] spine?] (OSQ020C)
TOTAL%
1) 113286.3
2) 2159.8
3) 332.0
5) 510.7
9999) Don't know21.3
Missing9996 
TOTAL153100.0
373) Age when fractured hip fist time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] hip the first time?] (OSD030AA)
TOTAL%
4) 411.4
6) 611.4
7) 711.4
8) 811.4
12) 1234.2
14) 1411.4
15) 1511.4
17) 1711.4
18) 1822.8
20) 2011.4
21) 2134.2
22) 2245.6
23) 2345.6
25) 2511.4
26) 2634.2
32) 3211.4
36) 3611.4
37) 3711.4
39) 3911.4
40) 4011.4
42) 4211.4
44) 4422.8
45) 4511.4
46) 4622.8
50) 5022.8
52) 5211.4
53) 5311.4
54) 5411.4
55) 5511.4
57) 5711.4
58) 5811.4
59) 5911.4
60) 6022.8
61) 6145.6
62) 6211.4
64) 6411.4
65) 6511.4
70) 7022.8
72) 7222.8
74) 7411.4
75) 7511.4
77) 7711.4
79) 7911.4
80) 80 or older79.7
Missing10077 
TOTAL72100.0
374) Under/over 50 when fractured hip first time. (OSQ040AA)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old3954.2
2) 50 years old or older3345.8
Missing10077 
TOTAL72100.0
375) Reason hip fracture occurred first time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of... English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTIONS: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Additional examples for a 'hard fall' include being forcibly knocked down by another person or bicycle. Additional examples for a 'fall from standing height or less' include leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, fell out of chair.] (OSD050AA)
TOTAL%
1) A fall standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed1648.5
2) A hard fall, like falling off a ladder or stool, down stairs1133.3
3) A car accident or other severe trauma412.1
9) Don't know26.1
Missing10116 
TOTAL33100.0
376) Age when fractured hip second time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] hip the second time?] (OSD030AB)
TOTAL%
14) 14120.0
61) 61120.0
73) 73120.0
80) 80 or older240.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
377) Under/over 50 when fractured hip second time. (OSQ040AB)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old120.0
2) 50 years old or older480.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
378) Reason hip fracture occurred second time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of...] (OSD050AB)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed4100.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
379) Age when fractured hip third time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] hip the third time?] (OSD030AC)
TOTAL%
73) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
380) Under/over 50 when fractured hip third time. (OSQ040AC)
TOTAL%
2) 50 years old or older?1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
381) Reason hip fracture occurred third time. [Did that fracture occur...] (OSD050AC)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
382) Age when fractured hip fourth time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] hip the fourth time?] (OSD030AD)
TOTAL%
73) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
383) Under/over 50 when fractured hip fourth time. (OSQ040AD)
TOTAL%
2) 50 years old or older?1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
384) Reason hip fracture occurred fourth time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of...] (OSD050AD)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to rip, slip, fall from bed1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
385) Age when fractured hip fifth time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] hip the fifth time?] (OSD030AE)
TOTAL%
74) 741100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
386) Under/over 50 when fractured hip fifth time. (OSQ040AE)
TOTAL%
2) 50 years old or older?1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
387) Reason hip fracture occurred fifth time. [Did that fracture occur...] (OSD050AE)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
388) Age when fractured wrist first time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] wrist the first time?] (OSD030BA)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5481304.4611237
389) Under/over 50 when fractured wrist first time. (OSQ040BA)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old43679.9
2) 50 years old or older11020.1
Missing9603 
TOTAL546100.0
390) Reason wrist fracture occurred first time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of...] (OSD050BA)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed6054.5
2) A hard fall, like falling off a ladder or stool, down stairs3531.8
3) A car accident or other severe trauma1513.6
Missing10039 
TOTAL110100.0
391) Age when fractured wrist second time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] wrist second time?] (OSD030BB)
TOTAL%
6) 633.1
7) 733.1
8) 822.1
9) 911.0
10) 1044.2
11) 1111.0
12) 1299.4
13) 1388.3
14) 1466.3
15) 1555.2
16) 1633.1
17) 1755.2
18) 1844.2
20) 2011.0
21) 2133.1
22) 2222.1
23) 2333.1
25) 2544.2
26) 2622.1
28) 2811.0
29) 2922.1
30) 3011.0
32) 3211.0
33) 3311.0
35) 3511.0
40) 4022.1
43) 4311.0
45) 4511.0
47) 4711.0
48) 4822.1
50) 5022.1
60) 6022.1
62) 6222.1
65) 6511.0
80) 80 or older11.0
99999) Don't know55.2
Missing10053 
TOTAL96100.0
392) Under/over 50 when fractured wrist second time. (OSQ040BB)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old8490.3
2) 50 years old or older99.7
Missing10056 
TOTAL93100.0
393) Reason wrist fracture occurred second time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of...] (OSD050BB)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed444.4
2) A hard fall, like falling off a ladder or stool, down stairs555.6
Missing10140 
TOTAL9100.0
394) Age when fractured wrist third time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] wrist the third time?] (OSD030BC)
TOTAL%
8) 839.1
10) 1039.1
13) 1326.1
14) 1426.1
15) 1539.1
16) 1613.0
17) 1739.1
18) 1826.1
20) 2026.1
21) 2113.0
22) 2226.1
23) 2313.0
25) 2513.0
28) 2813.0
29) 2913.0
30) 3013.0
50) 5013.0
59) 5913.0
80) 80 or older13.0
99999) Don't know13.0
Missing10116 
TOTAL33100.0
395) Under/over 50 when fractured wrist third time. (OSQ040BC)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old3090.9
2) 50 years old or older39.1
Missing10116 
TOTAL33100.0
396) Reason wrist fracture occurred third time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of...] (OSD050BC)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed133.3
2) A hard fall, like falling off a ladder or stool, down stairs266.7
Missing10146 
TOTAL3100.0
397) Age when fractured wrist fourth time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] wrist the fourth time?] (OSD030BD)
TOTAL%
11) 11110.0
13) 13110.0
14) 14110.0
16) 16110.0
17) 17110.0
18) 18220.0
22) 22110.0
27) 27110.0
99999) Don't know110.0
Missing10139 
TOTAL10100.0
398) Under/over 50 when fractured wrist fourth time. (OSQ040BD)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old10100.0
Missing10139 
TOTAL10100.0
399) Age when fractured wrist fifth time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] wrist the fifth time?] (OSD030BE)
TOTAL%
15) 120.0
17) 120.0
20) 240.0
27) 120.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
400) Under/over 50 when fractured wrist fifth time. (OSQ040BE)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old5100.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
401) Age when fractured wrist sixth time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] wrist the sixth time?] (OSD030BF)
TOTAL%
16) 150.0
29) 150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
402) Under/over 50 when fractured wrist sixth time. (OSQ040BF)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old2100.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
403) Age when fractured wrist seventh time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] wrist the seventh time?] (OSD030BG)
TOTAL%
21) 150.0
31) 150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
404) Under/over 50 when fractured wrist seventh time. (OSQ040BG)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old2100.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
405) Age when fractured spine first time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] spine the first time?] (OSD030CA)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151697.1198135
406) Under/over 50 when fractured spine first time (OSQ040CA)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old11677.3
2) 50 years old or older3422.7
Missing9999 
TOTAL150100.0
407) Reason spine fracture occurred first time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of...] (OSD050CA)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed1338.2
2) A hard fall, like falling off a ladder or stool, down stairs823.5
3) A car accident or other severe trauma1029.4
9) Don't know38.8
Missing10115 
TOTAL34100.0
408) Age when fractured spine second time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] spine the second time?] (OSD030CB)
TOTAL%
16) 1615.3
18) 1815.3
20) 2015.3
27) 2715.3
28) 2815.3
30) 30315.8
32) 32315.8
39) 3915.3
48) 4815.3
50) 50210.5
57) 5715.3
60) 6015.3
66) 6615.3
80) 80 or older15.3
Missing10130 
TOTAL19100.0
409) Under/over 50 when fractured spine second time. (OSQ040CB)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old1368.4
2) 50 years old or older631.6
Missing10130 
TOTAL19100.0
410) Reason spine fracture occurred second time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of...] (OSD050CB)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed116.7
2) A hard fall, like falling off a ladder or stool, down stairs116.7
3) A car accident or other severe trauma350.0
9) Don't know116.7
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
411) Age when fractured spine third time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] spine the third time?] (OSD030CC)
TOTAL%
30) 125.0
42) 125.0
45) 125.0
53) 125.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
412) Under/over 50 when fractured spine third time. (OSQ040CC)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old375.0
2) 50 years old or older?125.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
413) Reason spine fracture occurred third time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of...] (OSD050CC)
TOTAL%
1) A fall from standing height or less, like to trip, slip, fall from bed1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
414) Age when fractured spine fourth time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] spine the fourth time?] (OSD030CD)
TOTAL%
59) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
415) Under/over 50 when fractured spine fourth time. (OSQ040CD)
TOTAL%
2) 50 years old or older?1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
416) Reason spine fracture occurred fourth time. [Did that fracture occur as a result of...] (OSD050CD)
TOTAL%
9) Don't know1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
417) Age when fractured spine fifth time. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] fractured [your/his/her] spine the fifth time?] (OSD030CE)
TOTAL%
65) 1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
418) Under/over 50 when fractured spine fifth time. (OSQ040CE)
TOTAL%
2) 50 years old or older1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
419) Reason spine fracture occurred fifth time. [Did that fracture occur as a a result of...] (OSD050CE)
TOTAL%
2) A hard fall, like falling off a ladder or stool, down stairs1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
420) Doctor ever told any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bone after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ080)
TOTAL%
1) Yes126421.3
2) No466778.6
9) Don't know40.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
421) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes88369.9
2) No37829.9
9) Don't know30.2
Missing8885 
TOTAL1264100.0
422) Where fracture occurred. [Please look at this card and tell me where the fracture occurred.] (OSQ100A)
TOTAL%
10) Head/face92.4
11) Upper arm (humerus)20.5
12) Lower arm between wrist and elbow (do not include wrist)51.3
13) Elbow30.8
14) Hand225.8
15) Fingers6316.7
16) Shoulder102.6
17) Collar bone20.5
18) Ribs (either side)215.6
19) Pelvis (not hip)41.1
20) Upper leg (thigh excluding hip)30.8
21) Lower leg (between ankle and knee)143.7
22) Knee (patella)123.2
23) Ankle7620.1
25) Foot5113.5
26) Toes7219.0
27) Other (do not specify)92.4
Missing9771 
TOTAL378100.0
423) How old when fracture occurred? [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/SP] fractured [your/his/her] (fracture site selected in OSQ100a) for the first time after age 20?] (OSD110A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL37844.90272
424) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes29423.3
2) No97076.7
Missing8885 
TOTAL1264100.0
425) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21673.5
2) No7726.2
9) Don't know10.3
Missing9855 
TOTAL294100.0
426) Where fracture occurred. [Please look at this card and tell me where the fracture occurred.] (OSQ100B)
TOTAL%
10) Head/face22.6
11) Upper arm (humerus)22.6
12) Lower arm between wrist and elbow (do not include wrist)22.6
13) Elbow45.2
14) Hand56.5
15) Fingers1114.3
16) Shoulder22.6
17) Collar bone11.3
18) Ribs (either side)911.7
21) Lower leg (between ankle and knee)22.6
22) Knee (patella)33.9
23) Ankle1114.3
24) Heel11.3
25) Foot79.1
26) Toes1519.5
Missing10072 
TOTAL77100.0
427) How old when fracture occurred? [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/SP] fractured [your/his/her] (fracture site selected in OSQ100b) for the first time after age 20?] (OSD110B)
TOTAL%
20) 22.6
21) 11.3
22) 11.3
23) 33.9
24) 67.8
25) 22.6
26) 11.3
28) 45.2
29) 11.3
30) 45.2
32) 11.3
34) 11.3
35) 33.9
36) 22.6
38) 45.2
39) 11.3
40) 56.5
41) 11.3
42) 11.3
43) 22.6
44) 22.6
45) 33.9
46) 33.9
47) 11.3
48) 33.9
49) 11.3
52) 22.6
53) 11.3
56) 11.3
59) 22.6
60) 11.3
61) 11.3
62) 11.3
63) 11.3
65) 33.9
67) 33.9
71) 11.3
77) 11.3
Missing10072 
TOTAL77100.0
428) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes10736.4
2) No18763.6
Missing9855 
TOTAL294100.0
429) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes7772.0
2) No2927.1
9) Don't know10.9
Missing10042 
TOTAL107100.0
430) Where fracture occurred. [Please look at this card and tell me where the fracture occurred.] (OSQ100C)
TOTAL%
10) Head/face13.4
11) Upper arm (humerus)13.4
12) Lower arm between wrist and elbow (do not include wrist)13.4
13) Elbow26.9
15) Fingers827.6
18) Ribs (either side)413.8
20) Upper leg (thigh excluding hip)13.4
23) Ankle413.8
24) Heel13.4
25) Foot26.9
26) Toes310.3
27) Other (do not specify)13.4
Missing10120 
TOTAL29100.0
431) How old when fracture occurred? [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/SP] fractured [your/his/her] (fracture site selected in OSQ100c) for the first time after age 20?] (OSD110C)
TOTAL%
20) 26.9
22) 13.4
24) 13.4
25) 13.4
26) 13.4
27) 26.9
30) 26.9
32) 13.4
33) 13.4
35) 26.9
40) 13.4
42) 26.9
45) 26.9
48) 13.4
51) 13.4
53) 13.4
54) 13.4
55) 13.4
61) 13.4
64) 26.9
67) 13.4
78) 13.4
Missing10120 
TOTAL29100.0
432) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4643.0
2) No6157.0
Missing10042 
TOTAL107100.0
433) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3269.6
2) No1430.4
Missing10103 
TOTAL46100.0
434) Where fracture occurred. [Please look at this card and tell me where the fracture occurred.] (OSQ100D)
TOTAL%
12) Lower arm between wrist and elbow (do not include wrist)17.1
15) Fingers321.4
17) Collar bone17.1
18) Ribs (either side)214.3
20) Upper leg (thigh excluding hip)17.1
23) Ankle214.3
25) Foot17.1
26) Toes321.4
Missing10135 
TOTAL14100.0
435) How old when fracture occurred? [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/SP] fractured [your/his/her] (fracture site selected in OSQ100d) for the first time after age 20?] (OSD110D)
TOTAL%
27) 17.1
29) 17.1
30) 17.1
38) 17.1
42) 17.1
45) 17.1
49) 17.1
55) 17.1
56) 17.1
59) 17.1
63) 17.1
64) 17.1
68) 17.1
71) 17.1
Missing10135 
TOTAL14100.0
436) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2452.2
2) No2247.8
Missing10103 
TOTAL46100.0
437) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1666.7
2) No833.3
Missing10125 
TOTAL24100.0
438) Where fracture occurred. [Please look at this card and tell me where the fracture occurred.] (OSQ100E)
TOTAL%
15) Fingers112.5
18) Ribs (either side)337.5
19) Pelvis (not hip)112.5
24) Heel112.5
26) Toes225.0
Missing10141 
TOTAL8100.0
439) How old when fracture occurred? [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/SP] fractured [your/his/her] (fracture site selected in OSQ100e) for the first time after age 20?] (OSD110E)
TOTAL%
20) 112.5
23) 112.5
25) 112.5
29) 112.5
39) 112.5
41) 112.5
46) 225.0
Missing10141 
TOTAL8100.0
440) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1250.0
2) No1250.0
Missing10125 
TOTAL24100.0
441) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1083.3
2) No216.7
Missing10137 
TOTAL12100.0
442) Where fracture occurred. [Please look at this card and tell me where the fracture occurred.] (OSQ100F)
TOTAL%
13) Below150.0
18) Ribs (either side)150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
443) How old when fracture occurred? [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/SP] fractured [your/his/her] (fracture site selected in OSQ100f) for the first time after age 20?] (OSD110F)
TOTAL%
29) 150.0
33) 150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
444) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes975.0
2) No325.0
Missing10137 
TOTAL12100.0
445) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090G)
TOTAL%
1) Yes777.8
2) No222.2
Missing10140 
TOTAL9100.0
446) Where fracture occurred. [Please look at this card and tell me where the fracture occurred.] (OSQ100G)
TOTAL%
14) Handle150.0
23) Ankle150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
447) How old when fracture occurred? [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/SP] fractured [your/his/her] (fracture site selected in OSQ100g) for the first time after age 20?] (OSD110G)
TOTAL%
39) 150.0
58) 150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
448) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120G)
TOTAL%
1) Yes666.7
2) No333.3
Missing10140 
TOTAL9100.0
449) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090H)
TOTAL%
1) Yes466.7
2) No233.3
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
450) Where fracture occurred. [Please look at this card and tell me where the fracture occurred.] (OSQ100H)
TOTAL%
22) Knee (Patella)150.0
25) Foot150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
451) How old when fracture occurred? [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/SP] fractured [your/his/her] (fracture site selected in OSQ100h) for the first time after age 20?] (OSD110H)
TOTAL%
40) 150.0
62) 150.0
Missing10147 
TOTAL2100.0
452) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120H)
TOTAL%
1) Yes466.7
2) No233.3
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
453) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090I)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4100.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
454) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120I)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4100.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
455) Fracture result of severe trauma? [Was this fracture the result of severe trauma such as a car accident, being struck by a vehicle, a physical attack, or a hard fall such as falling off a ladder or down stairs? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: HELP SCREEN SHOULD READ: Do not include a fall from standing height or less, for example, tripped, slipped, fell out of bed, leg gave way, was dizzy, fell bending over, or fell out of a chair. Additional examples for 'a hard fall' include being knocked down by another person or bicycle.] (OSQ090J)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4100.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
456) Any other fractures? [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had broken or fractured any other bones after [you were/s/he was] 20 years of age?] (OSQ120J)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4100.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
457) Ever told had osteoporosis/brittle bones. [Has a doctor ever told [you/SP] that [you/s/he] had osteoporosis, sometimes called thin or brittle bones?] (OSQ060)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3956.7
2) No551592.9
9) Don't know250.4
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
458) Ever treated for osteoporosis. [[Were you/Was SP] ever treated for osteoporosis?] (OSQ070)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27970.6
2) No11428.9
9) Don't know20.5
Missing9754 
TOTAL395100.0
459) Ever taken prednisone or cortisone daily. [[Have you/has SP] ever taken any prednisone or cortisone pills nearly every day for a month or longer? (Prednisone and cortisone are types of steroids.)] (OSQ130)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2784.7
2) No561994.7
9) Don't know380.6
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
460) How long used prednisone or cortisone? [Please think about [your/SP's] use of prednisone or cortisone during [your/his/her] lifetime. For how long did [you/s/he] use prednisone or cortisone nearly every day? Do not count the months or years when [you were/s/he was] not taking the medicine.] (OSQ140Q)
TOTAL%
1) 110838.8
2) 24716.9
3) 34415.8
4) 4103.6
5) 5124.3
6) 6196.8
7) 741.4
8) 810.4
9) 941.4
10) 1093.2
11) 1120.7
13) 1310.4
14) 1420.7
16) 1610.4
18) 1820.7
20) 2010.4
25) 2510.4
26) 2610.4
30) 3031.1
31) 3110.4
999) Don't know51.8
Missing9871 
TOTAL278100.0
461) How long used prednisone or cortisone? [English Instructions: ENTER UNIT] (OSQ140U)
TOTAL%
1) Month17764.8
2) Year9635.2
Missing9876 
TOTAL273100.0
462) Parents ever told had osteoporosis? [Including living and deceased, were either of [your/SP's] biological parents ever told by a health professional that they had osteoporosis or brittle bones?] (OSQ150)
TOTAL%
1) Yes59410.0
2) No505485.2
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know2864.8
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
463) Mother was told had osteoporosis? (OSQ160A)
TOTAL%
1) Mother559100.0
Missing9590 
TOTAL559100.0
464) Father was told had osteoporosis? (OSQ160B)
TOTAL%
2) Father48100.0
Missing10101 
TOTAL48100.0
465) Did mother ever fracture hip? [Did [your/SP's] biological mother ever fracture her hip?] (OSQ170)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3005.1
2) No542291.4
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know2123.6
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
466) How old when fractured hip? [About how old was she when she fractured her hip (the first time)?] (OSQ180)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL30091.567142
467) Was she over or under 50 years old? (OSQ190)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years228.6
2) 50 years or older342.9
9) Don't know228.6
Missing10142 
TOTAL7100.0
468) Did father ever fracture hip? [Did [your/SP's] biological father ever fracture his hip?] (OSQ200)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1192.0
2) No547692.3
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know3385.7
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
469) How old when fractured hip? [About how old was he when he fractured his hip (the first time)?] (OSQ210)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL119103.815189
470) Was he over or under 50 years old? (OSQ220)
TOTAL%
1) Under 50 years old240.0
2) 50 years old or older360.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
471) [Questionnaire: Pesticide Use] Products used in home to control insects. [In the past seven days, were any chemical products used in [your/his/her] home to control fleas, roaches, ants, termites, or other insects?] (PUQ100)
TOTAL%
1) Yes83310.9
2) No672888.2
9) Don't know640.8
Missing2524 
TOTAL7625100.0
472) Products used to kill weeds? [In the past seven days, were any chemical products used in [your/his/her] lawn or garden to kill weeds?] (PUQ110)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4866.4
2) No700891.9
9) Don't know1311.7
Missing2524 
TOTAL7625100.0
473) [Questionnaire: Physical Activity] Times per week play or exercise hard. [Now I'd like to ask you some questions about [SP's] activities. How many times per week does [SP] play or exercise enough to make [him/her] sweat and breathe hard? IF NEVER, ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN ONCE PER WEEK, ENTER 1 ENTER NUMBER OF TIMES] (PAQ560)
TOTAL%
0) 0693.6
1) 1482.5
2) 2763.9
3) 31527.9
4) 41326.8
5) 526413.7
6) 6593.1
7) 7105854.8
8) 860.3
9) 930.2
10) 10180.9
11) 1110.1
12) 1270.4
13) 1310.1
14) 14130.7
15) 1590.5
16) 1610.1
18) 1810.1
20) 2060.3
21) 2110.1
23) 2310.1
33) 3310.1
35) 3520.1
999) Don't know30.2
Missing8217 
TOTAL1932100.0
474) Hours watch TV or videos past 30 days. [Now I will ask you about TV watching and computer use. Over the past 30 days, on average how many hours per day did [SP] sit and watch TV or videos?] (PAD590)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one hour23912.4
1) One hour46223.9
2) Two hours52927.4
3) Three hours31516.3
4) Four hours1638.4
5) Five hours or more19310.0
6) None301.6
99) Don't know10.1
Missing8217 
TOTAL1932100.0
475) Hours use computer past 30 days. [Over the past 30 days, on average how many hours per day did [SP] use a computer or play computer games outside of school?] (PAD600)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one hour64533.4
1) One hour39620.5
2) Two hours1608.3
3) Three hours713.7
4) Four hours201.0
5) Five hours or more512.6
6) None58530.3
99) Don't know40.2
Missing8217 
TOTAL1932100.0
476) Vigorous work activity. [Next I am going to ask you about the time [you spend/SP spends] doing different types of physical activity in a typical week. Please answer these questions even if [you do not consider yourself/SP does not consider himself/herself] to be a physically active person. Think first about the time [you spend/SP spends] doing work. Think of work as the things that [you have/SP has] to do such as paid or unpaid work, studying or training, household chores, and yard work. In answering the following questions, 'vigorous-intensity activities' are activities that require hard physical effort and cause large increases in breathing or heart rate, and 'moderate-intensity activities' are activities that require moderate physical effort and cause small increases in breathing or heart rate. Does [your/SP's] work involve vigorous-intensity activity that causes large increases in breathing or heart rate like carrying or lifting heavy loads, digging or construction work for at least 10 minutes continuously?] (PAQ605)
TOTAL%
1) Yes130418.4
2) No580181.6
Missing3044 
TOTAL7105100.0
477) Days vigorous work. [In a typical week, on how many days [do you/does SP] do vigorous-intensity activities as part of your work? English Instructions: PROBE IF NEEDED: Vigorous-intensity activity causes large increases in breathing or heart rate and is done for at least 10 minutes continuously.] (PAQ610)
TOTAL%
1) 114311.0
2) 216913.0
3) 318214.0
4) 413610.4
5) 543033.0
6) 61299.9
7) 71148.7
99) Don't know10.1
Missing8845 
TOTAL1304100.0
478) Minutes vigorous-intensity work. [How much time [do you/does SP] spend doing vigorous-intensity activities at work on a typical day? English Instructions: PROBE IF NEEDED: Think about a typical day when you do vigorous-intensity activities during your work. PROBE IF NEEDED: Vigorous-intensity activity causes large increases in breathing or heart rate and is done for at least 10 minutes continuously. (SP interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 HOURS. SOFT EDIT WORDING: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS DOING VIGOROUS-INTENSITY ACTIVITIES AT WORK ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: GREATER THAN 24 HOURS. HARD EDIT: LESS THAN 10 MINUTES. ENTER NUMBER OF MINUTES OR HOURS (MEC interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 hours. Error Message: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS DOING VIGOROUS-INTENSITY ACTIVITIES AT WORK ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: Less than 10 minutes or 24 hours or more. Error Message: The time should be 10 minutes or more, but less than 24 hours. ENTER NUMBER (OF MINUTES OR HOURS)] (PAD615)
TOTAL%
0) 010.1
10) 10423.3
15) 15282.2
16) 1610.1
20) 20372.9
25) 2510.1
30) 30755.8
35) 3510.1
40) 4050.4
45) 45151.2
50) 5010.1
60) 6018214.1
90) 90231.8
120) 12022517.4
150) 15020.2
180) 1801289.9
240) 24017113.2
300) 300806.2
360) 360776.0
420) 420272.1
480) 4801148.8
540) 540131.0
600) 600241.9
660) 66040.3
720) 720110.9
960) 96010.1
9999) Don't know20.2
Missing8858 
TOTAL1291100.0
479) Moderate work activity. [Does [your/SP's] work involve moderate-intensity activity that causes small increases in breathing or heart rate such as brisk walking or carrying light loads for at least 10 minutes continuously?] (PAQ620)
TOTAL%
1) Yes264637.2
2) No445862.7
9) Don't know10.0
Missing3044 
TOTAL7105100.0
480) Number of days moderate work. [In a typical week, on how many days [do you/does SP] do moderate-intensity activities as part of [your/his/her] work? English Instructions: PROBE IF NEEDED: Moderate-intensity activity causes small increases in breathing or heart rate and is done for at least 10 minutes continuously.] (PAQ625)
TOTAL%
1) 12067.8
2) 231311.8
3) 339314.9
4) 42489.4
5) 586032.5
6) 62479.3
7) 737714.2
99) Don't know20.1
Missing7503 
TOTAL2646100.0
481) Minutes moderate-intensity work. [How much time [do you/does SP] spend doing moderate-intensity activities at work on a typical day? English Instructions: PROBE IF NEEDED: Think about a typical day when you do moderate-intensity activities during your work. PROBE IF NEEDED: Moderate-intensity activity causes small increases in breathing or heart rate and is done for at least 10 minutes continuously. (SP interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 HOURS. SOFT EDIT WORDING: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS DOING MODERATE-INTENSITY ACTIVITIES AT WORK ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: GREATER THAN 24 HOURS. HARD EDIT: LESS THAN 10 MINUTES. ENTER NUMBER OF MINUTES OR HOURS (MEC interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 hours. Error Message: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS DOING MODERATE-INTENSITY ACTIVITIES AT WORK ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: Less than 10 minutes or 24 hours or more. Error Message: The time should be 10 minutes or more, but less than 24 hours. ENTER NUMBER (OF MINUTES OR HOURS)] (PAD630)
TOTAL%
10) 10883.3
12) 1210.0
15) 15783.0
20) 20813.1
25) 2590.3
30) 302369.0
31) 3110.0
35) 3510.0
40) 40150.6
45) 45481.8
50) 5010.0
60) 6041015.6
75) 7510.0
90) 90471.8
120) 12048718.5
150) 15030.1
180) 18027610.5
210) 21020.1
230) 23020.1
240) 24033812.8
300) 3001294.9
360) 3601084.1
420) 420501.9
480) 4801555.9
540) 540120.5
600) 600261.0
660) 66060.2
720) 720120.5
840) 84020.1
900) 90010.0
960) 96010.0
1200) 120010.0
1440) 144010.0
9999) Don't know40.2
Missing7516 
TOTAL2633100.0
482) Walk or bicycle. [The next questions exclude the physical activity of work that you have already mentioned. Now I would like to ask you about the usual way [you travel/SP travels] to and from places. For example to work, for shopping, to school. [Do you/Does SP] walk or use a bicycle for at least 10 minutes continuously to get to and from places?] (PAQ635)
TOTAL%
1) Yes199128.0
2) No511472.0
Missing3044 
TOTAL7105100.0
483) Number of days walk or bicycle. [In a typical week, on how many days [do you/does SP] walk or bicycle for at least 10 minutes continuously to get to and from places?] (PAQ640)
TOTAL%
1) 11145.7
2) 21768.8
3) 325813.0
4) 41598.0
5) 545823.0
6) 61336.7
7) 769234.8
99) Don't know10.1
Missing8158 
TOTAL1991100.0
484) Minutes walk/bicycle for transportation. [How much time [do you/does SP] spend walking or bicycling for travel on a typical day? English Instructions: PROBE IF NEEDED: Think about a typical day when you walk or bicycle for travel. (SP interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 HOURS. SOFT EDIT WORDING: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS WALKING OR BICYCLING TO GET TO AND FROM PLACES ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: GREATER THAN 24 HOURS. HARD EDIT: LESS THAN 10 MINUTES. ENTER NUMBER OF MINUTES OR HOURS (MEC interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 hours. Error Message: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS WALKING OR BICYCLING TO GET TO AND FROM PLACES ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: Less than 10 minutes or 24 hours or more. Error Message: The time should be 10 minutes or more, but less than 24 hours. ENTER NUMBER(OF MINUTES OR HOURS)] (PAD645)
TOTAL%
10) 101949.8
12) 1240.2
13) 1340.2
15) 151577.9
17) 1710.1
18) 1820.1
20) 2023511.9
24) 2410.1
25) 25381.9
27) 2710.1
29) 2920.1
30) 3040820.6
35) 3570.4
40) 40432.2
45) 45603.0
50) 5050.3
60) 6040120.2
80) 8010.1
90) 90452.3
100) 10010.1
105) 10510.1
115) 11510.1
120) 1201648.3
130) 13010.1
150) 15040.2
180) 180814.1
240) 240462.3
300) 300180.9
360) 360271.4
420) 42030.2
480) 480150.8
540) 54020.1
600) 60060.3
9999) Don't know40.2
Missing8166 
TOTAL1983100.0
485) Vigorous recreational activities. [The next questions exclude the work and transportation activities that you have already mentioned. Now I would like to ask you about sports, fitness and recreational activities. [Do you/Does SP] do any vigorous-intensity sports, fitness, or recreational activities that cause large increases in breathing or heart rate like running or basketball for at least 10 minutes continuously?] (PAQ650)
TOTAL%
1) Yes185726.1
2) No524773.8
9) Don't know10.0
Missing3044 
TOTAL7105100.0
486) Days vigorous recreational activities. [In a typical week, on how many days [do you/does SP] do vigorous-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities? English Instructions: PROBE IF NEEDED: Vigorous-intensity activity causes large increases in breathing or heart rate and is done for at least 10 minutes continuously.] (PAQ655)
TOTAL%
1) 27314.7
2) 33818.2
3) 43523.4
4) 25113.5
5) 32217.3
6) 995.3
7) 1397.5
Missing8292 
TOTAL1857100.0
487) Minutes vigorous recreational activities. [How much time [do you/does SP] spend doing vigorous-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities on a typical day? English Instructions: PROBE IF NEEDED: Think about a typical day when you do vigorous-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities. (SP interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 HOURS. SOFT EDIT WORDING: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS DOING VIGOROUS INTENSITY RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: GREATER THAN 24 HOURS. HARD EDIT: LESS THAN 10 MINUTES. ENTER NUMBER OF MINUTES OR HOURS (MEC interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 hours. Error Message: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS DOING VIGOROUSINTENSITY RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: Less than 10 minutes or 24 hours or more. Error Message: The time should be 10 minutes or more, but less than 24 hours. ENTER NUMBER (OF MINUTES OR HOURS)] (PAD660)
TOTAL%
10) 10351.9
15) 15281.5
20) 20713.8
25) 25150.8
30) 3023112.5
35) 35160.9
36) 3610.1
40) 40402.2
42) 4210.1
45) 451216.5
50) 5070.4
55) 5520.1
60) 6050927.5
70) 7040.2
75) 7580.4
80) 8030.2
90) 901377.4
105) 10520.1
120) 12037920.5
130) 13010.1
150) 15060.3
180) 1801417.6
240) 240683.7
300) 300120.6
360) 36060.3
420) 42020.1
480) 48020.1
990) 99010.1
9999) Don't know10.1
Missing8299 
TOTAL1850100.0
488) Moderate recreational activities. [[Do you/Does SP] do any moderate-intensity sports, fitness, or recreational activities that cause a small increase in breathing or heart rate such as brisk walking, bicycling, swimming, or golf for at least 10 minutes continuously?] (PAQ665)
TOTAL%
1) Yes266137.5
2) No444462.5
Missing3044 
TOTAL7105100.0
489) Days moderate recreational activities. [In a typical week, on how many days [do you/does SP] do moderate-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities? English Instructions: PROBE IF NEEDED: Moderate-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities cause small increases in breathing or heart rate and is done for at least 10 minutes continuously.] (PAQ670)
TOTAL%
1) 144716.8
2) 253920.3
3) 363023.7
4) 429711.2
5) 537113.9
6) 6973.6
7) 727710.4
99) Don't know30.1
Missing7488 
TOTAL2661100.0
490) Minutes moderate recreational activities. [How much time [do you/does SP] spend doing moderate-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities on a typical day? English Instructions: PROBE IF NEEDED: Think about a typical day when you do moderate-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities. PROBE IF NEEDED: Moderate-intensity sports, fitness or recreational activities cause small increases in breathing or heart rate and is done for at least 10 minutes continuously. (SP interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 HOURS. SOFT EDIT WORDING: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS DOING MODERATE- INTENSITY RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: GREATER THAN 24 HOURS. HARD EDIT: LESS THAN 10 MINUTES. ENTER NUMBER OF MINUTES OR HOURS (MEC interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 4 hours. Error Message: INTERVIEWER, YOU HAVE RECORDED THAT THE SP SPENDS MORE THAN 4 HOURS DOING MODERATE-INTENSITY RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES ON A TYPICAL DAY. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH SP THAT OVER 4 HOURS IS CORRECT. HARD EDIT: Less than 10 minutes or 24 hours or more. Error Message; The time should be 10 minutes or more, but less than 24 hours. ENTER NUMBER (OF MINUTES OR HOURS)] (PAD675)
TOTAL%
10) 101033.9
12) 1210.0
13) 1310.0
15) 151284.8
20) 202037.7
25) 25281.1
26) 2610.0
29) 2920.1
30) 3057621.7
35) 35170.6
40) 40542.0
41) 4120.1
45) 451967.4
50) 50100.4
55) 5510.0
60) 6065124.5
70) 7010.0
75) 7540.2
90) 90782.9
100) 10010.0
120) 12032712.3
125) 12510.0
130) 13010.0
145) 14510.0
150) 15030.1
175) 17510.0
180) 1801254.7
240) 240903.4
300) 300240.9
360) 36070.3
420) 42010.0
480) 480100.4
600) 60010.0
720) 72010.0
9999) Don't know10.0
Missing7497 
TOTAL2652100.0
491) Minutes sedentary activity. [The following question is about sitting or reclining at work, at home, or at school. Include time spent sitting at a desk, sitting with friends, traveling in a car, bus, or train, reading, playing cards, watching television, or using a computer. Do not include time spent sleeping. How much time [do you/does SP] usually spend sitting or reclining on a typical day? English Instructions: (SP interview version) SOFT EDIT: GREATER THAN 17 HOURS. HARD EDIT: GREATER THAN 24 HOURS. ENTER NUMBER OF MINUTES OR HOURS (MEC interview version) SOFT EDIT: 18 hours or more. Error Message: Please verify times of 18 hours or more. HARD EDIT: 24 hours or more. Error Message: The time should be less than 24 hours. ENTER NUMBER (OF MINUTES OR HOURS)] (PAD680)
TOTAL%
0) 080.1
1) 130.0
2) 230.0
3) 320.0
5) 540.1
6) 620.0
7) 740.1
8) 810.0
9) 910.0
10) 10110.2
13) 1310.0
14) 1410.0
15) 15120.2
20) 20210.3
25) 2510.0
30) 301031.5
40) 4040.1
45) 45120.2
50) 5010.0
60) 603935.5
70) 7010.0
90) 90500.7
120) 12091012.8
150) 15060.1
160) 16010.0
180) 18090612.8
210) 21010.0
240) 24093713.2
260) 26010.0
300) 3006228.8
360) 3606949.8
420) 4203124.4
480) 48075810.7
540) 5402243.2
600) 6004706.6
660) 660921.3
720) 7202964.2
780) 780330.5
840) 840670.9
900) 900510.7
960) 960300.4
1020) 102080.1
1080) 108090.1
1140) 114010.0
1200) 120010.0
9999) Don't know220.3
Missing3058 
TOTAL7091100.0
492) Questionnaire source flag for weighting. (PAAQUEZ)
TOTAL%
1) Sample person questionnaire targets (B(2-11) and (B(16-150)874993.5
2) MEC CAPI Questionnaire Targets (B(12-15))6106.5
Missing790 
TOTAL9359100.0
493) [Questionnaire: Physical Functioning] Physical, mental, emotional limitations. [The next set of questions is about limitations caused by any long-term physical, mental or emotional problem or illness. Please do not include temporary conditions, such as a cold. Is [SP] limited in the kind or amount of play activities [he/she] can do because of a physical, mental or emotional problem?] (PFQ010)
TOTAL%
1) Yes313.0
2) No100596.6
9) Don't know40.4
Missing9109 
TOTAL1040100.0
494) Able to take part in most type of play. [Is [SP] able to take part at all in the usual kinds of play activities done by most children [his/her] age?] (PFQ015)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2064.5
2) No1135.5
Missing10118 
TOTAL31100.0
495) Crawl, walk, run, play limitations. [[Do you/Does SP] have an impairment or health problem that limits [your/his/her] ability to [crawl, walk or play] [walk, run or play] [walk or run]? English Instructions: CAPI INSTRUCTION: IF CHILD'S AGE = 1-4, DISPLAY 'CRAWL, WALK OR PLAY'. IF CHILD'S AGE = 5-15, DISPLAY 'WALK, RUN OR PLAY'. IF SP'S AGE = 16-19, DISPLAY 'WALK OR RUN'.] (PFQ020)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1614.3
2) No357095.7
Missing6418 
TOTAL3731100.0
496) Long term impairment/health problem. [Is this an impairment or health problem that has lasted, or is expected to last 12 months or longer?] (PFQ030)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13684.5
2) No2314.3
9) Don't know21.2
Missing9988 
TOTAL161100.0
497) Does [SP] receive Special Education or Early Intervention Services? (PFQ041)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2366.9
2) No320193.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing6711 
TOTAL3438100.0
498) Limitations keeping you from working. [The next set of questions is about limitations caused by any long-term physical, mental or emotional problem or illness. Please do not include temporary conditions, such as a cold [or pregnancy]. Does a physical, mental or emotional problem now keep [you/SP] from working at a job or business?] (PFQ049)
TOTAL%
1) Yes88614.9
2) No504385.0
9) Don't know60.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
499) Limited in amount of work you can do. [[Are you/Is SP] limited in the kind or amount of work [you/s/he] can do because of a physical, mental or emotional problem?] (PFQ051)
TOTAL%
1) Yes129621.8
2) No463778.1
9) Don't know20.0
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
500) Need special equipment to walk. [Because of a health problem, [do you/does SP] have difficulty walking without using any special equipment?] (PFQ054)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5849.8
2) No535090.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
501) Experience confusion/memory problems. [[Are you/Is SP] limited in any way because of difficulty remembering or because [you/s/he] experience[s] periods of confusion?] (PFQ057)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5359.0
2) No539891.0
9) Don't know20.0
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
502) Physical, mental, emotional limitations. [[Are you/Is SP] limited in any way in any activity because of a physical, mental or emotional problem?] (PFQ059)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1082.5
2) No424497.5
9) Don't know10.0
Missing5796 
TOTAL4353100.0
503) Managing money difficulty. [The next questions ask about difficulties [you/SP] may have doing certain activities because of a health problem. By 'health problem' we mean any long-term physical, mental or emotional problem or illness [not including pregnancy]. By [yourself/himself /herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have managing [your/his/her] money [such as keeping track of [your/his/her] expenses or paying bills]?] (PFQ061A)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty234981.8
2) Some difficulty2187.6
3) Much difficulty582.0
4) Unable to do642.2
5) Do not do this activity1826.3
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
504) Walking for a quarter mile difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have walking for a quarter of a mile [that is about two or three blocks]?] (PFQ061B)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty164571.9
2) Some difficulty39317.2
3) Much difficulty1185.2
4) Unable to do1024.5
5) Do not do this activity291.3
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7861 
TOTAL2288100.0
505) Walking up 10 steps difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have walking up 10 steps without resting?] (PFQ061C)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty183880.3
2) Some difficulty30613.4
3) Much difficulty773.4
4) Unable to do532.3
5) Do not do this activity120.5
9) Don't know20.1
Missing7861 
TOTAL2288100.0
506) Stooping, crouching, kneeling difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have stooping, crouching, or kneeling?] (PFQ061D)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty132046.0
2) Some difficulty82328.7
3) Much difficulty40614.1
4) Unable to do2839.9
5) Do not do this activity391.4
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
507) Lifting or carrying difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have lifting or carrying something as heavy as 10 pounds [like a sack of potatoes or rice]?] (PFQ061E)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty198068.9
2) Some difficulty42114.7
3) Much difficulty1846.4
4) Unable to do2308.0
5) Do not do this activity551.9
9) Don't know20.1
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
508) House chore difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have doing chores around the house [like vacuuming, sweeping, dusting, or straightening up]?] (PFQ061F)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty195768.1
2) Some difficulty49417.2
3) Much difficulty1455.0
4) Unable to do1364.7
5) Do not do this activity1394.8
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
509) Preparing meals difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have preparing [your/his/her] own meals?] (PFQ061G)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty237582.7
2) Some difficulty1916.7
3) Much difficulty572.0
4) Unable to do782.7
5) Do not do this activity1695.9
9) Don't know20.1
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
510) Walking between rooms on same floor. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have walking from one room to another on the same level?] (PFQ061H)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty250387.2
2) Some difficulty2538.8
3) Much difficulty652.3
4) Unable to do391.4
5) Do not do this activity110.4
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
511) Standing up from armless chair difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have standing up from an armless straight chair?] (PFQ061I)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty210273.2
2) Some difficulty52718.3
3) Much difficulty1625.6
4) Unable to do722.5
5) Do not do this activity80.3
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
512) Getting in and out of bed difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have getting in or out of bed?] (PFQ061J)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty228579.6
2) Some difficulty43715.2
3) Much difficulty1184.1
4) Unable to do220.8
5) Do not do this activity90.3
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
513) Using fork, knife, drinking from cup. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have eating, like holding a fork, cutting food or drinking from a glass?] (PFQ061K)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty264692.1
2) Some difficulty1756.1
3) Much difficulty411.4
4) Unable to do80.3
5) Do not do this activity10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
514) Dressing yourself difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have dressing [yourself/himself/herself], including tying shoes, working zippers, and doing buttons?] (PFQ061L)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty243884.9
2) Some difficulty31010.8
3) Much difficulty903.1
4) Unable to do311.1
5) Do not do this activity20.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
515) Standing for long periods difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have standing or being on [your/his/her] feet for about 2 hours?] (PFQ061M)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty147651.4
2) Some difficulty53418.6
3) Much difficulty34812.1
4) Unable to do43415.1
5) Do not do this activity772.7
9) Don't know30.1
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
516) Sitting for long periods difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have sitting for about two hours?] (PFQ061N)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty214274.6
2) Some difficulty45916.0
3) Much difficulty1675.8
4) Unable to do953.3
5) Do not do this activity70.2
9) Don't know20.1
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
517) Reaching up over head difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have reaching up over [your/his/her] head?] (PFQ061O)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty225078.3
2) Some difficulty40914.2
3) Much difficulty1354.7
4) Unable to do702.4
5) Do not do this activity70.2
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
518) Grasp/holding small objects difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have using [your/his/her] fingers to grasp or handle small objects?] (PFQ061P)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty235882.1
2) Some difficulty39313.7
3) Much difficulty1003.5
4) Unable to do170.6
5) Do not do this activity30.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
519) Going out to movies, events difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have going out to things like shopping, movies, or sporting events?] (PFQ061Q)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty211573.6
2) Some difficulty38713.5
3) Much difficulty1485.2
4) Unable to do853.0
5) Do not do this activity1364.7
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
520) Attending social event difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have participating in social activities [visiting friends, attending clubs or meetings or going to parties]?] (PFQ061R)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty219076.3
2) Some difficulty30710.7
3) Much difficulty1023.6
4) Unable to do883.1
5) Do not do this activity1846.4
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
521) Leisure activity at home difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have doing things to relax at home or for leisure [reading, watching TV, sewing, listening to music]?] (PFQ061S)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty260190.6
2) Some difficulty2017.0
3) Much difficulty421.5
4) Unable to do160.6
5) Do not do this activity110.4
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
522) Push or pull large objects difficulty. [By [yourself/himself/herself] and without using any special equipment, how much difficulty [do you/does SP] have pushing or pulling large objects like a living room chair?] (PFQ061T)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty158155.0
2) Some difficulty49417.2
3) Much difficulty2408.4
4) Unable to do41614.5
5) Do not do this activity1394.8
9) Don't know20.1
Missing7277 
TOTAL2872100.0
523) Health problems causing difficulty. [What condition or health problem causes [you/SP] to have difficulty with or need help with [NAME OF UP TO 3 ACTIVITIES/these activities]? English Instructions: HAND CARD PFQ2. ENTER ALL THAT APPLY UP TO 5 BUT DO NOT PROBE. DO NOT ENTER 'OLD AGE' AS CONDITION -- IF OLD AGE IS REPORTED, PROBE FOR ANY OTHER CONDITION. CAPI INSTRUCTION: IF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ITEMS CODED 'SOME DIFFICULTY' (CODE 2), 'MUCH DIFFICULTY' (CODE 3), OR 'UNABLE TO DO' (CODE 4) IN PFQ.061 A THROUGH T IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 3, DISPLAY EACH ITEM NAME IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION. IF MORE THAN 3 ITEMS ARE CODED IN THIS MANNER DISPLAY 'THESE ACTIVITIES' IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION.] (PFQ063A)
TOTAL%
10) Arthritis/rheumatism77336.6
11) Back or neck problem41319.6
12) Birth defect80.4
13) Cancer281.3
14) Depression/anxiety/emotional problem803.8
15) Other developmental problem (such as cerebral palsy)100.5
16) Diabetes793.7
17) Fractures, bone/joint injury1255.9
18) Hearing problem291.4
19) Heart problem572.7
20) Hypertension/high blood pressure432.0
21) Lung/breathing problem612.9
22) Mental retardation50.2
23) Other injury361.7
24) Senility100.5
25) Stroke problem361.7
26) Vision/problem seeing221.0
27) Weight problem271.3
28) Other impairment/problem24811.8
99) Don't know200.9
Missing8039 
TOTAL2110100.0
524) Health problems causing difficulty. [What condition or health problem causes [you/SP] to have difficulty with or need help with [NAME OF UP TO 3 ACTIVITIES/these activities]? English Instructions: HAND CARD PFQ2. ENTER ALL THAT APPLY UP TO 5 BUT DO NOT PROBE. DO NOT ENTER 'OLD AGE' AS CONDITION -- IF OLD AGE IS REPORTED, PROBE FOR ANY OTHER CONDITION. CAPI INSTRUCTION: IF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ITEMS CODED 'SOME DIFFICULTY' (CODE 2), 'MUCH DIFFICULTY' (CODE 3), OR 'UNABLE TO DO' (CODE 4) IN PFQ.061 A THROUGH T IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 3, DISPLAY EACH ITEM NAME IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION. IF MORE THAN 3 ITEMS ARE CODED IN THIS MANNER DISPLAY 'THESE ACTIVITIES' IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION.] (PFQ063B)
TOTAL%
10) Arthritis/rheumatism746.6
11) Back or neck problem32428.9
12) Birth defect30.3
13) Cancer131.2
14) Depression/anxiety/emotional problem776.9
15) Other developmental problem (such as cerebral palsy)70.6
16) Diabetes958.5
17) Fractures, bone/joint injury1069.5
18) Hearing problem393.5
19) Heart problem595.3
20) Hypertension/high blood pressure897.9
21) Lung/breathing problem494.4
22) Mental retardation50.4
23) Other injury100.9
24) Senility40.4
25) Stroke problem201.8
26) Vision/problem seeing312.8
27) Weight problem272.4
28) Other impairment/problem887.9
Missing9029 
TOTAL1120100.0
525) Health problems causing difficulty. [What condition or health problem causes [you/SP] to have difficulty with or need help with [NAME OF UP TO 3 ACTIVITIES/these activities]? English Instructions: HAND CARD PFQ2. ENTER ALL THAT APPLY UP TO 5 BUT DO NOT PROBE. DO NOT ENTER 'OLD AGE' AS CONDITION -- IF OLD AGE IS REPORTED, PROBE FOR ANY OTHER CONDITION. CAPI INSTRUCTION: IF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ITEMS CODED 'SOME DIFFICULTY' (CODE 2), 'MUCH DIFFICULTY' (CODE 3), OR 'UNABLE TO DO' (CODE 4) IN PFQ.061 A THROUGH T IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 3, DISPLAY EACH ITEM NAME IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION. IF MORE THAN 3 ITEMS ARE CODED IN THIS MANNER DISPLAY 'THESE ACTIVITIES' IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION.] (PFQ063C)
TOTAL%
10) Arthritis/rheumatism182.5
11) Back or neck problem233.2
12) Birth defect50.7
13) Cancer141.9
14) Depression/anxiety/emotional problem7510.4
15) Other developmental problem (such as cerebral palsy)20.3
16) Diabetes719.9
17) Fractures, bone/joint injury709.7
18) Hearing problem496.8
19) Heart problem719.9
20) Hypertension/high blood pressure10214.2
21) Lung/breathing problem547.5
22) Mental retardation20.3
23) Other injury101.4
24) Senility71.0
25) Stroke problem141.9
26) Vision/problem seeing567.8
27) Weight problem324.5
28) Other impairment/problem436.0
Missing9431 
TOTAL718100.0
526) Health problems causing difficulty. [What condition or health problem causes [you/SP] to have difficulty with or need help with [NAME OF UP TO 3 ACTIVITIES/these activities]? English Instructions: HAND CARD PFQ2. ENTER ALL THAT APPLY UP TO 5 BUT DO NOT PROBE. DO NOT ENTER 'OLD AGE' AS CONDITION -- IF OLD AGE IS REPORTED, PROBE FOR ANY OTHER CONDITION. CAPI INSTRUCTION: IF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ITEMS CODED 'SOME DIFFICULTY' (CODE 2), 'MUCH DIFFICULTY' (CODE 3), OR 'UNABLE TO DO' (CODE 4) IN PFQ.061 A THROUGH T IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 3, DISPLAY EACH ITEM NAME IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION. IF MORE THAN 3 ITEMS ARE CODED IN THIS MANNER DISPLAY 'THESE ACTIVITIES' IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION.] (PFQ063D)
TOTAL%
10) Arthritis/rheumatism143.1
11) Back or neck problem51.1
12) Birth defect10.2
13) Cancer10.2
14) Depression/anxiety/emotional problem143.1
15) Other developmental problem (such as cerebral palsy)10.2
16) Diabetes265.8
17) Fractures, bone/joint injury429.3
18) Hearing problem194.2
19) Heart problem4810.6
20) Hypertension/high blood pressure7817.3
21) Lung/breathing problem5612.4
22) Mental retardation20.4
23) Other injury40.9
24) Senility40.9
25) Stroke problem153.3
26) Vision/problem seeing5211.5
27) Weight problem378.2
28) Other impairment/problem337.3
Missing9697 
TOTAL452100.0
527) Health problems causing difficulty. [What condition or health problem causes [you/SP] to have difficulty with or need help with [NAME OF UP TO 3 ACTIVITIES/these activities]? English Instructions: HAND CARD PFQ2. ENTER ALL THAT APPLY UP TO 5 BUT DO NOT PROBE. DO NOT ENTER 'OLD AGE' AS CONDITION -- IF OLD AGE IS REPORTED, PROBE FOR ANY OTHER CONDITION. CAPI INSTRUCTION: IF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ITEMS CODED 'SOME DIFFICULTY' (CODE 2), 'MUCH DIFFICULTY' (CODE 3), OR 'UNABLE TO DO' (CODE 4) IN PFQ.061 A THROUGH T IS LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 3, DISPLAY EACH ITEM NAME IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION. IF MORE THAN 3 ITEMS ARE CODED IN THIS MANNER DISPLAY 'THESE ACTIVITIES' IN THE TEXT OF QUESTION.] (PFQ063E)
TOTAL%
10) Arthritis/rheumatism52.0
11) Back or neck problem41.6
12) Birth defect10.4
13) Cancer20.8
16) Diabetes31.2
17) Fractures, bone/joint injury124.8
18) Hearing problem93.6
19) Heart problem135.2
20) Hypertension/high blood pressure5120.3
21) Lung/breathing problem3714.7
22) Mental retardation31.2
23) Other injury20.8
24) Senility10.4
25) Stroke problem93.6
26) Vision/problem seeing3313.1
27) Weight problem3714.7
28) Other impairment/problem2911.6
Missing9898 
TOTAL251100.0
528) Arthritis or rheumatism problem, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had arthritis or rheumatism (number of days)?] (PFD069A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL8846176.99811558
529) Back or neck problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had back or neck problems (number of days)?] (PFD069B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7696831.28311254
530) Cancer condition, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had cancer (number of days)?] (PFD069C)
TOTAL%
1) 11.7
30) 11.7
61) 11.7
91) 11.7
122) 11.7
274) 11.7
334) 11.7
365) 35.2
731) 610.3
1096) 712.1
1461) 46.9
1826) 58.6
2192) 35.2
2557) 610.3
2922) 11.7
3287) 11.7
3653) 35.2
4018) 11.7
4748) 11.7
5114) 11.7
5479) 35.2
6209) 23.4
7305) 23.4
7670) 11.7
8036) 11.7
Missing10091 
TOTAL58100.0
531) Depression/anxiety/emotional problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had depression, anxiety or emotional problems (number of days)?] (PFD069D)
TOTAL%
3) 310.4
35) 3510.4
61) 6120.8
91) 9131.2
152) 15210.4
182) 18231.2
213) 21310.4
304) 30410.4
365) 36583.3
547) 54710.4
731) 731176.9
1096) 1096114.5
1461) 146183.3
1826) 1826228.9
2192) 2192135.3
2557) 255793.7
2922) 292262.4
3287) 328720.8
3653) 3653249.8
4018) 401831.2
4383) 438331.2
4748) 474820.8
5114) 511410.4
5479) 5479176.9
5844) 584410.4
6209) 620931.2
6575) 657552.0
7305) 7305176.9
8036) 803641.6
8401) 840120.8
8766) 876631.2
9131) 913162.4
9497) 949710.4
10227) 1022710.4
10592) 1059210.4
10958) 10958114.5
11688) 1168810.4
12053) 1205331.2
14245) 1424520.8
14610) 1461041.6
15706) 1570631.2
17897) 1789710.4
18263) 1826320.8
21915) 2191520.8
22280) 2228010.4
29220) 2922010.4
66666) Since birth62.4
99999) Don't know52.0
Missing9903 
TOTAL246100.0
532) Other development problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had other developmental problems (number of days)?] (PFD069E)
TOTAL%
365) 36515.0
731) 73115.0
2192) 219215.0
3653) 365315.0
5479) 547915.0
6209) 620915.0
6575) 657515.0
7305) 7305210.0
9131) 913115.0
19358) 1935815.0
66666) Since birth945.0
Missing10129 
TOTAL20100.0
533) Diabetes condition, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had diabetes (number of days)?] (PFD069F)
TOTAL%
7) 710.4
42) 4210.4
56) 5610.4
61) 6110.4
122) 12210.4
182) 18262.2
365) 365124.4
547) 54720.7
731) 731134.7
1096) 1096207.3
1461) 1461114.0
1826) 1826145.1
2192) 219293.3
2557) 2557124.4
2922) 2922103.6
3287) 328782.9
3653) 36533010.9
4018) 401810.4
4383) 4383124.4
4748) 474862.2
5114) 511462.2
5479) 5479207.3
5844) 584410.4
6209) 620931.1
6575) 657531.1
6940) 694010.4
7305) 7305207.3
7670) 767041.5
8036) 803651.8
8401) 840120.7
9131) 913162.2
9497) 949720.7
9862) 986241.5
10227) 1022720.7
10592) 1059210.4
10958) 1095862.2
12419) 1241910.4
12784) 1278431.1
13514) 1351410.4
14610) 1461041.5
16436) 1643610.4
18263) 1826310.4
20089) 2008910.4
24107) 2410710.4
66666) Since birth20.7
99999) Don't know20.7
Missing9875 
TOTAL274100.0
534) Fractures/bone/joint injury problem, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had fractures or bone or joint injury problems (number of days)?] (PFD069G)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3554923.2457775
535) Hearing problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had hearing problems (number of days)?] (PFD069H)
TOTAL%
152) 15210.7
182) 18221.4
274) 27410.7
365) 36574.8
731) 7311611.0
1096) 1096106.9
1461) 146164.1
1826) 18261711.7
2192) 219242.8
2557) 255732.1
2922) 292210.7
3287) 328710.7
3653) 36531510.3
4383) 438310.7
5114) 511421.4
5479) 5479117.6
5844) 584410.7
6209) 620910.7
6575) 657510.7
7305) 730596.2
8766) 876610.7
9131) 913121.4
9862) 986210.7
10592) 1059210.7
10958) 1095853.4
12053) 1205310.7
12784) 1278421.4
13880) 1388010.7
14245) 1424510.7
14610) 1461053.4
16436) 1643621.4
17167) 1716710.7
18263) 1826321.4
20089) 2008910.7
21550) 2155010.7
21915) 2191510.7
22646) 2264610.7
25568) 2556810.7
28855) 2885510.7
66666) Since birth10.7
77777) Refused10.7
99999) Don't know21.4
Missing10004 
TOTAL145100.0
536) Heart problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had heart problems (number of days)?] (PFD069I)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2486190.51212535
537) Hypertension or high blood pressure, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had hypertension or high blood pressure (number of days)?] (PFD069J)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3637814.19816826
538) Lung or breathing problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had lung or breathing problems (number of days)?] (PFD069K)
TOTAL%
1) 110.4
10) 1010.4
61) 6131.2
91) 9120.8
152) 15210.4
182) 18251.9
213) 21320.8
243) 24310.4
365) 365207.8
547) 54710.4
731) 731218.2
1096) 1096218.2
1461) 1461135.1
1826) 1826228.6
2192) 219262.3
2557) 2557114.3
2922) 292283.1
3287) 328720.8
3653) 36533112.1
4383) 438372.7
4748) 474831.2
5479) 5479103.9
5844) 584420.8
7305) 7305124.7
7670) 767010.4
8036) 803610.4
8766) 876641.6
9131) 913151.9
9497) 949731.2
10227) 1022720.8
10592) 1059210.4
10958) 1095851.9
12053) 1205310.4
12784) 1278451.9
14245) 1424510.4
14610) 1461020.8
15341) 1534110.4
16436) 1643610.4
17532) 1753231.2
18263) 1826310.4
21915) 2191520.8
22280) 2228020.8
24472) 2447210.4
66666) Since birth62.3
99999) Don't know31.2
Missing9892 
TOTAL257100.0
539) Mental retardation condition, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had mental retardation (number of days)?] (PFD069L)
TOTAL%
365) 36515.9
1826) 1826211.8
5479) 5479211.8
6575) 657515.9
7305) 730515.9
9131) 913115.9
10958) 10958211.8
66666) Since birth635.3
99999) Don't know15.9
Missing10132 
TOTAL17100.0
540) Other injury problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had other injury problems (number of days)?] (PFD069M)
TOTAL%
14) 11.6
30) 11.6
91) 11.6
122) 11.6
152) 11.6
182) 11.6
243) 11.6
274) 11.6
365) 11.6
547) 23.2
731) 34.8
912) 11.6
1096) 46.5
1461) 34.8
1826) 711.3
2192) 23.2
2557) 23.2
2922) 11.6
3287) 11.6
3653) 69.7
4018) 11.6
4383) 11.6
4748) 11.6
5479) 23.2
6575) 11.6
6940) 11.6
7305) 23.2
8401) 11.6
8766) 11.6
9131) 23.2
9862) 11.6
10592) 11.6
13514) 11.6
14245) 23.2
16071) 11.6
18263) 11.6
21915) 11.6
Missing10087 
TOTAL62100.0
541) Senility condition, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had senility (number of days)?] (PFD069N)
TOTAL%
91) 13.8
152) 13.8
274) 13.8
365) 13.8
731) 27.7
1096) 13.8
1461) 415.4
1826) 311.5
2192) 27.7
2557) 27.7
2922) 13.8
3653) 623.1
4383) 13.8
Missing10123 
TOTAL26100.0
542) Stroke problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had stroke problems (number of days)?] (PFD069O)
TOTAL%
61) 22.1
91) 22.1
182) 11.1
213) 11.1
365) 77.4
426) 11.1
486) 11.1
547) 22.1
731) 2021.3
1096) 99.6
1461) 1111.7
1826) 44.3
2192) 66.4
2557) 33.2
2922) 33.2
3287) 22.1
3653) 55.3
4018) 22.1
4383) 33.2
4748) 11.1
5114) 22.1
5479) 44.3
6209) 11.1
8766) 11.1
Missing10055 
TOTAL94100.0
543) Vision problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had vision problems (number of days)?] (PFD069P)
TOTAL%
1) 110.5
61) 6110.5
122) 12210.5
182) 18242.1
365) 365105.2
731) 731157.7
1096) 1096115.7
1461) 1461136.7
1826) 1826115.7
2192) 219273.6
2557) 255794.6
2922) 292242.1
3287) 328710.5
3653) 36532010.3
4018) 401821.0
4383) 438321.0
4748) 474821.0
5114) 511410.5
5479) 5479115.7
6209) 620931.5
6575) 657510.5
6940) 694010.5
7305) 730584.1
7670) 767010.5
8036) 803621.0
8766) 876610.5
9131) 913194.6
9497) 949721.0
9862) 986231.5
10958) 1095831.5
12419) 1241910.5
12784) 1278442.1
13149) 1314910.5
13514) 1351410.5
14610) 1461031.5
14975) 1497510.5
15706) 1570610.5
16071) 1607110.5
16802) 1680210.5
18263) 1826342.1
20454) 2045410.5
21915) 2191510.5
22280) 2228010.5
23011) 2301110.5
27394) 2739410.5
66666) Since birth42.1
99999) Don't know73.6
Missing9955 
TOTAL194100.0
544) Weight problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had weight problems (number of days)?] (PFD069Q)
TOTAL%
30) 3010.6
60) 6010.6
152) 15210.6
182) 18221.3
365) 36542.5
547) 54710.6
731) 73185.0
1096) 1096127.5
1461) 146174.4
1826) 1826138.1
2192) 219253.1
2557) 255763.8
2922) 292263.8
3653) 36531710.6
4018) 401810.6
4383) 438310.6
4748) 474810.6
5114) 511410.6
5479) 5479159.4
5844) 584410.6
6575) 657531.9
7305) 7305106.3
8036) 803610.6
8401) 840110.6
8766) 876621.3
9131) 913121.3
10227) 1022710.6
10592) 1059210.6
10958) 1095863.8
12419) 1241910.6
13514) 1351421.3
14610) 1461053.1
15341) 1534121.3
17167) 1716710.6
18263) 1826321.3
19724) 1972410.6
20089) 2008910.6
21185) 2118510.6
21915) 2191510.6
23376) 2337610.6
24837) 2483710.6
66666) Since birth53.1
99999) Don't know53.1
Missing9989 
TOTAL160100.0
545) Other impairment problems, days. [How long (have/has) (you/SP) had the other impairment you mentioned (number of days)?] (PFD069R)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4416611.12215442
546) Require special healthcare equipment. [[Do you/Does SP] now have any health problem that requires [you/him/her] to use special equipment, such as a cane, a wheelchair, a special bed, or a special telephone?] (PFQ090)
TOTAL%
1) Yes60110.1
2) No533289.8
9) Don't know20.0
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
547) [Questionnaire: Prostate Conditions] Have trouble starting to urinate? [The next set of questions is about men's health including urinary and prostate problems. The prostate is a gland located just below the bladder. Do you usually have trouble starting to urinate (pass water)?] (KIQ081)
TOTAL%
1) Yes18610.7
2) No155389.1
7) Refused20.1
9) Don't know20.1
Missing8406 
TOTAL1743100.0
548) After urinating does bladder feel empty? [After urinating (passing water), does your bladder feel empty?] (KIQ101)
TOTAL%
1) Yes153087.8
2) No19511.2
7) Refused30.2
9) Don't know150.9
Missing8406 
TOTAL1743100.0
549) Have prostate disease? [Have you ever been told by a doctor or health professional that you have any disease of the prostate? This includes an enlarged prostate.] (KIQ490)
TOTAL%
1) Yes42916.6
2) No214283.1
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know60.2
Missing7571 
TOTAL2578100.0
550) Ever told had enlarged prostate? [Have you ever been told by a doctor or health professional that you had an enlarged prostate gland?] (KIQ121)
TOTAL%
1) Yes42324.3
2) No131375.3
7) Refused10.1
9) Don't know60.3
Missing8406 
TOTAL1743100.0
551) Was it a benign enlargement? [Was it a benign enlargement -- that is, not cancerous, also called benign prostatic hypertrophy?] (KIQ141)
TOTAL%
1) Yes33879.9
2) No7317.3
9) Don't know122.8
Missing9726 
TOTAL423100.0
552) How old when told had benign enlargement. [How old were you when you were first told that you had benign enlargement of the prostate gland?] (KIQ161)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL33875.219125
553) Was the enlargement due to cancer? (KIQ182)
TOTAL%
1) Yes6374.1
2) No1214.1
9) Don't know1011.8
Missing10064 
TOTAL85100.0
554) Rectal exam to check for prostate cancer. [Have you ever had a rectal examination to check for prostate cancer?] (KIQ361)
TOTAL%
1) Yes129274.1
2) No44525.5
7) Refused10.1
9) Don't know50.3
Missing8406 
TOTAL1743100.0
555) [Questionnaire: Smoking -- Recent Tobacco Use] Used tobacco/nicotine last five days? [The following questions ask about use of tobacco or nicotine products in the past five days. During the past five days, did [you/he/she] use any product containing nicotine including cigarettes, pipes, cigars, chewing tobacco, snuff, nicotine patches, nicotine gum, or any other product containing nicotine?] (SMQ680)
TOTAL%
1) Yes155124.5
2) No478375.5
7) Refused10.0
Missing3814 
TOTAL6335100.0
556) Used last five days -- Cigarettes. [Which of these products did [you/he/she] use?] (SMQ690A)
TOTAL%
1) Cigarettes1343100.0
Missing8806 
TOTAL1343100.0
557) Used last five days -- Pipes. [Which of these products did [you/he/she] use?] (SMQ690B)
TOTAL%
2) Pipes15100.0
Missing10134 
TOTAL15100.0
558) Used last five days -- Cigars. [Which of these products did [you/he/she] use?] (SMQ690C)
TOTAL%
3) Cigars115100.0
Missing10034 
TOTAL115100.0
559) Used last five days -- Chewing tobacco. [Which of these products did [you/he/she] use?] (SMQ690D)
TOTAL%
4) Chewing tobacco90100.0
Missing10059 
TOTAL90100.0
560) Used last five days -- Snuff. [Which of these products did [you/he/she] use?] (SMQ690E)
TOTAL%
5) Snuff39100.0
Missing10110 
TOTAL39100.0
561) Used last five days -- Patch, gum, other. [Which of these products did [you/he/she] use?] (SMQ690F)
TOTAL%
6) Nicotine patches, gum, or other nicotine product.8100.0
Missing10141 
TOTAL8100.0
562) Number days smoked cigarettes last five days. [During the past five days [including today], on how many days did [you/he/she] smoke cigarettes?] (SMQ710)
TOTAL%
1) 846.3
2) 735.4
3) 745.5
4) 1289.5
5) 98473.3
Missing8806 
TOTAL1343100.0
563) Number cigarettes smoked per day. [During the past five days, on the days [you/he/she] smoked, how many cigarettes did [you/he/she] smoke each day? English Instructions: IF RESPONDENT SAYS 95 OR MORE CIGARETTES PER DAY, ENTER 95.] (SMQ720)
TOTAL%
1) 11017.5
2) 2977.2
3) 3836.2
4) 4675.0
5) 51219.0
6) 6473.5
7) 7382.8
8) 8302.2
9) 930.2
10) 1021716.2
11) 1160.4
12) 12251.9
13) 1340.3
14) 1450.4
15) 15906.7
16) 1610.1
17) 1780.6
18) 1850.4
19) 1910.1
20) 2025418.9
22) 2220.1
23) 2330.2
25) 25141.0
30) 30725.4
32) 3210.1
35) 3550.4
40) 40352.6
50) 5030.2
60) 6030.2
80) 8010.1
999) Don't know10.1
Missing8806 
TOTAL1343100.0
564) When did respondent smoke last cigarette? [When did [you/he/she] smoke [your/his/her] last cigarette?] (SMQ725)
TOTAL%
1) Today102075.9
2) Yesterday21716.2
3) Three to five days ago1067.9
Missing8806 
TOTAL1343100.0
565) Number days smoked pipe over last five days. [During the past five days (including today), on how many days did [you/he/she] smoke a pipe?] (SMQ740)
TOTAL%
1) 426.7
2) 426.7
4) 320.0
5) 426.7
Missing10134 
TOTAL15100.0
566) Number pipes smoked per day -- last five days. [During the past five days, on the days did [you/he/she] smoked a pipe, how many pipes did [you/he/she] smoke each day?] (SMQ750)
TOTAL%
1) 1533.3
2) 2320.0
3) 3320.0
4) 416.7
5) 516.7
6) 616.7
99) Don't know16.7
Missing10134 
TOTAL15100.0
567) When did responded smoke last pipe? [When did [you/he/she] smoke [your/his/her] last pipe?] (SMQ755)
TOTAL%
1) Today533.3
2) Yesterday746.7
3) Three to five days ago320.0
Missing10134 
TOTAL15100.0
568) Number days smoked cigars over last five days. [During the past five days (including today), on how many days did [you/he/she] smoke cigars?] (SMQ770)
TOTAL%
1) 4740.9
2) 1311.3
3) 97.8
4) 1815.7
5) 2824.3
Missing10034 
TOTAL115100.0
569) Number cigars smoked per day -- last five days. [During the past five days, on the days [you/he/she] smoked cigars, how many cigars did [you/he/she] smoke each day? English Instructions: IF RESPONDENT SAYS LESS THAN 1 CIGAR PER DAY, ENTER 1.] (SMQ780)
TOTAL%
1) 6960.0
2) 2320.0
3) 65.2
4) 43.5
5) 21.7
6) 10.9
10) 32.6
13) 10.9
15) 10.9
20) 43.5
59) 10.9
Missing10034 
TOTAL115100.0
570) When did respondent smoke last cigar? [When did [you/he/she] smoke [your/his/her] last cigar?] (SMQ785)
TOTAL%
1) Today3026.1
2) Yesterday4640.0
3) Three to five days ago3933.9
Missing10034 
TOTAL115100.0
571) Number days used chewing tobacco -last five days. [During the past five days (including today), on how many days did [you/he/she] use chewing tobacco, such as Redman, Levi Garrett or Beechnut?] (SMQ800)
TOTAL%
1) 88.9
2) 77.8
3) 66.7
4) 2224.4
5) 4752.2
Missing10059 
TOTAL90100.0
572) When did respondent last use chewing tobacco? [When did [you/he/she] last use chewing tobacco?] (SMQ815)
TOTAL%
1) Today4550.0
2) Yesterday3640.0
3) Three to five days ago910.0
Missing10059 
TOTAL90100.0
573) Number days used snuff over last five days. [During the past five days [including today], on how many days did [you/he/she] use snuff, such as Skoal, Skoal Bandits, or Copenhagen?] (SMQ817)
TOTAL%
1) 25.1
2) 410.3
3) 12.6
4) 923.1
5) 2359.0
Missing10110 
TOTAL39100.0
574) When last used snuff. [When did [you/he/she] last use snuff?] (SMQ819)
TOTAL%
1) Today2461.5
2) Yesterday1230.8
3) Three to five days ago37.7
Missing10110 
TOTAL39100.0
575) Number days used nicotine stop smoking aids? [During the past 5 days (including today), on how many days did [you/he/she] use any product containing nicotine to help [you/he/she] stop smoking? Include nicotine patches, gum, or any other product containing nicotine.] (SMQ830)
TOTAL%
1) 112.5
2) 112.5
5) 675.0
Missing10141 
TOTAL8100.0
576) Last time used nicotine stop smoking aid. [When did [you/he/she] last use a product containing nicotine?] (SMQ840)
TOTAL%
1) Today562.5
3) Three to five days ago337.5
Missing10141 
TOTAL8100.0
577) Questionnaire mode flag (SMAQUEX)
TOTAL%
1) A-CASI B(12 Yrs.-19 Yrs.)121017.5
2) MEC CAPI B(20 Yrs.-150 Yrs.)570782.5
Missing3232 
TOTAL6917100.0
578) [Questionnaire: Respiratory Health and Disease] Coughing most days -- over three month period. [[Do you/Does SP] usually cough on most days for 3 consecutive months or more during the year?] (RDQ031)
TOTAL%
1) Yes47311.8
2) No354888.2
9) Don't know30.1
Missing6125 
TOTAL4024100.0
579) Number years had cough problem. [For how many years [have you/has SP] had this cough?] (RDD040)
TOTAL%
1) 16714.2
2) 2418.7
3) 3428.9
4) 4194.0
5) 55010.6
6) 6163.4
7) 761.3
8) 8132.7
9) 910.2
10) 105712.1
11) 1110.2
12) 1220.4
13) 1351.1
14) 1430.6
15) 15183.8
17) 1730.6
18) 1820.4
19) 1910.2
20) 20316.6
25) 25173.6
27) 2720.4
28) 2830.6
30) 30173.6
32) 3210.2
33) 3310.2
34) 3410.2
35) 3510.2
40) 40122.5
42) 4210.2
43) 4330.6
44) 4410.2
45) 4510.2
48) 4810.2
50) 5061.3
52) 5210.2
53) 5310.2
60) 6020.4
61) 6110.2
66) 6610.2
67) 6710.2
70) 70 or more40.8
99999) Don't know163.4
Missing9676 
TOTAL473100.0
580) Bring up phlegm most days -- three month period. [[Do you/Does SP] bring up phlegm on most days for 3 consecutive months or more during the year?] (RDQ050)
TOTAL%
1) Yes40110.0
2) No362290.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing6125 
TOTAL4024100.0
581) Number years bringing up phlegm problem. [For how many years, [have you/has SP] had trouble with phlegm? English Instructions: ENTER NUMBER OF YEARS. IF LESS THAN 1 YEAR, ENTER 1; IF 70 OR MORE YEARS ENTER 70] (RDD060)
TOTAL%
1) 15513.7
2) 24210.5
3) 34812.0
4) 4143.5
5) 5379.2
6) 6102.5
7) 771.7
8) 8102.5
9) 910.2
10) 104711.7
11) 1110.2
12) 1220.5
13) 1320.5
14) 1420.5
15) 15174.2
16) 1610.2
17) 1730.7
18) 1820.5
20) 20266.5
25) 2551.2
26) 2610.2
27) 2720.5
30) 30174.2
32) 3220.5
33) 3320.5
35) 3510.2
37) 3710.2
38) 3810.2
40) 40123.0
45) 4510.2
50) 5061.5
60) 6010.2
61) 6120.5
70) 70 or more41.0
99999) Don't know164.0
Missing9748 
TOTAL401100.0
582) Wheezing or whistling in chest -- past yr. [In the past 12 months [have you/has SP] had wheezing or whistling in [your/his/her] chest?] (RDQ070)
TOTAL%
1) Yes133113.8
2) No833086.2
9) Don't know50.1
Missing483 
TOTAL9666100.0
583) Number wheezing/whistling attacks past year. [[In the past 12 months], how many attacks of wheezing or whistling [have you/has SP] had? English Instructions: IF 12 OR MORE EPISODES, ENTER 12; ENTER NUMBER OF EPISODES.] (RDQ080)
TOTAL%
1) 131523.7
2) 228121.1
3) 317413.1
4) 41047.8
5) 5715.3
6) 6574.3
7) 7171.3
8) 8110.8
9) 920.2
10) 10272.0
12) 1224118.1
9999) Don't know312.3
Missing8818 
TOTAL1331100.0
584) Wheezing disturb sleep in past year. [[In the past 12 months], how often, on average, has [your/SP's] sleep been disturbed because of wheezing?] (RDQ090)
TOTAL%
0) Never63247.5
1) One or more nights per week38929.2
2) Less than one night per week30422.8
9) Don't know60.5
Missing8818 
TOTAL1331100.0
585) Chest sound wheezy during exercise. [[In the past 12 months], has [your/SP's] chest sounded wheezy during or after exercise or physical activity?] (RDQ100)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63047.3
2) No68851.7
9) Don't know131.0
Missing8818 
TOTAL1331100.0
586) Number medical visits for wheezing attacks. [[In the past 12 months], how many times [have you/has SP] gone to the doctor's office or the hospital emergency room for one or more of these attacks of wheezing or whistling? English Instructions: ENTER NUMBER. IF NEVER, ENTER 0;IF 20 OR MORE MONTHS ENTER 20.] (RDD120)
TOTAL%
0) 070152.7
1) 128021.0
2) 220115.1
3) 3554.1
4) 4292.2
5) 5110.8
6) 6181.4
7) 750.4
8) 840.3
9) 910.1
10) 10100.8
12) 1290.7
13) 1310.1
14) 1410.1
20) 20 or more20.2
9999) Don't know30.2
Missing8818 
TOTAL1331100.0
587) Doctor prescribe wheezing medication. [(In the past 12 months), (have you/has SP) taken medication, prescribed by a doctor, for wheezing or whistling?] (RDQ134)
TOTAL%
1) Yes78659.1
2) No54440.9
9) Don't know10.1
Missing8818 
TOTAL1331100.0
588) Amount wheezing limits usual activity. [During the past 12 months, how much did [you/SP] limit [your/his/her] usual activities due to wheezing or whistling?] (RDQ135)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all73955.5
2) A little32424.3
3) A fair amount1269.5
4) A moderate amount604.5
5) A lot826.2
Missing8818 
TOTAL1331100.0
589) Number work/school days lost due to wheezing. [During the past 12 months, how many days of work or school did [you/SP] miss due to wheezing or whistling?] (RDQ137)
TOTAL%
0) None75875.3
1) One to seven18618.5
2) Eight to 30383.8
3) 31 plus161.6
7) Refused20.2
9) Don't know70.7
Missing9142 
TOTAL1007100.0
590) Had dry cough at night in past year. [[In the past 12 months], [have you/has SP] had a dry cough at night not counting a cough associated with a cold or chest infection lasting 14 days or more?] (RDQ140)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5245.4
2) No913994.5
9) Don't know30.0
Missing483 
TOTAL9666100.0
591) Episode of hay fever in past 12 months? [During the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] had an episode of hay fever?] (AGQ030)
TOTAL%
1) Yes113911.8
2) No848587.8
9) Don't know420.4
Missing483 
TOTAL9666100.0
592) [Questionnaire: Sexual Behavior] Interview status code (SXAISC)
TOTAL%
1) Complete411889.0
2) Partial60.1
3) Not done50110.8
Missing5524 
TOTAL4625100.0
593) Ever had vaginal, anal, or oral sex. [The next set of questions is about your sexual behavior. By sex, we mean vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Please remember that your answers are strictly confidential. Have you ever had vaginal, anal, or oral sex?] (SXQ021)
TOTAL%
1) Yes367689.1
2) No42910.4
7) Refused120.3
9) Don't know70.2
Missing6025 
TOTAL4124100.0
594) How old when first had sex. [When you first had vaginal, anal, or oral sex, how old were you?] (SXD031)
TOTAL%
9) Nine years or younger471.3
10) 10130.4
11) 11190.5
12) 12822.2
13) 131524.1
14) 142486.8
15) 1544912.2
16) 1654514.8
17) 1749613.5
18) 1849013.3
19) 192978.1
20) 202276.2
21) 211784.8
22) 22722.0
23) 23832.3
24) 24431.2
25) 25701.9
26) 26230.6
27) 27100.3
28) 28280.8
29) 2960.2
30) 30240.7
31) 3160.2
32) 3280.2
33) 3350.1
34) 3410.0
35) 35110.3
36) 3620.1
37) 3730.1
38) 3830.1
40) 4080.2
42) 4210.0
45) 4550.1
50) 5030.1
59) 5910.0
60) 6010.0
77) Refused80.2
99) Don't know60.2
Missing6475 
TOTAL3674100.0
595) Number male sex partners/lifetime. [In your lifetime, with how many males have you had vaginal, anal, or oral sex?] (SXQ101)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL19471182.9219787
596) Number male oral sex partners/lifetime. [With how many of these males have you had only oral sex?] (SXQ350)
TOTAL%
0) 082153.3
1) 136223.5
2) 21509.7
3) 3795.1
4) 4231.5
5) 5342.2
6) 6110.7
7) 770.5
8) 860.4
9) 910.1
10) 10140.9
12) 1220.1
13) 1310.1
15) 1550.3
20) 2060.4
25) 2530.2
31) 3110.1
35) 3510.1
40) 4010.1
50) 5020.1
60) 6010.1
80) 8010.1
700) 70010.1
77777) Refused30.2
99999) Don't know50.3
Missing8608 
TOTAL1541100.0
597) Number female sex partners/lifetime. [In your lifetime, with how many females have you had sex?] (SXQ130)
TOTAL%
0) 0142490.6
1) 1603.8
2) 2301.9
3) 3181.1
4) 410.1
5) 560.4
6) 630.2
7) 710.1
8) 810.1
9) 920.1
10) 1030.2
13) 1310.1
14) 1420.1
15) 1520.1
17) 1710.1
25) 2520.1
30) 3010.1
100) 10010.1
77777) Refused70.4
99999) Don't know50.3
Missing8578 
TOTAL1571100.0
598) Number female sex partners/lifetime. [In your lifetime, with how many females have you had vaginal, anal, or oral sex?] (SXD171)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL17251621.41212091
599) Number female oral sex partners/lifetime. [With how many of these females have you had only oral sex?] (SXQ400)
TOTAL%
0) 059143.7
1) 119914.7
2) 214010.4
3) 3987.2
4) 4413.0
5) 5695.1
6) 6211.6
7) 750.4
8) 8141.0
9) 950.4
10) 10433.2
11) 1130.2
12) 12100.7
14) 1460.4
15) 15191.4
16) 1610.1
17) 1720.1
18) 1820.1
19) 1920.1
20) 20161.2
21) 2110.1
22) 2230.2
23) 2310.1
25) 25131.0
27) 2720.1
28) 2840.3
29) 2910.1
30) 3080.6
35) 3510.1
36) 3610.1
38) 3810.1
40) 4030.2
44) 4410.1
50) 5080.6
52) 5210.1
60) 6010.1
75) 7520.1
80) 8020.1
100) 10020.1
200) 20010.1
999) 99910.1
9999) 999910.1
77777) Refused50.4
99999) Don't know10.1
Missing8797 
TOTAL1352100.0
600) Number male sex partners/lifetime. [In your lifetime, with how many males have you had anal or oral sex?] (SXQ410)
TOTAL%
0) 0161093.3
1) 1271.6
2) 2181.0
3) 3100.6
4) 440.2
5) 530.2
6) 620.1
7) 720.1
8) 840.2
9) 910.1
10) 1050.3
12) 1210.1
13) 1310.1
15) 1540.2
16) 1610.1
19) 1910.1
20) 2020.1
21) 2110.1
25) 2540.2
30) 3030.2
50) 5040.2
90) 9010.1
100) 10010.1
150) 15010.1
300) 30010.1
2000) 200010.1
77777) Refused70.4
99999) Don't know50.3
Missing8424 
TOTAL1725100.0
601) Number male oral sex partners/lifetime. [With how many of these males have you had only oral sex?] (SXQ430)
TOTAL%
0) 02221.4
1) 12221.4
2) 21211.7
3) 398.7
4) 432.9
5) 576.8
7) 711.0
8) 854.9
10) 1021.9
13) 1321.9
14) 1411.0
15) 1521.9
19) 1932.9
20) 2021.9
25) 2521.9
26) 2611.0
35) 3511.0
43) 4311.0
50) 5011.0
85) 8511.0
140) 14011.0
500) 50011.0
77777) Refused11.0
Missing10046 
TOTAL103100.0
602) Number male sex partners/year. [In the past 12 months, with how many males have you had vaginal, anal, or oral sex?] (SXQ450)
TOTAL%
0) 024215.7
1) 1110371.6
2) 2996.4
3) 3432.8
4) 4181.2
5) 5130.8
6) 680.5
7) 720.1
8) 820.1
9) 910.1
12) 1220.1
15) 1510.1
700) 70010.1
77777) Refused40.3
99999) Don't know20.1
Missing8608 
TOTAL1541100.0
603) Number male oral sex partners/year. [With how many of these males have you had only oral sex?] (SXQ470)
TOTAL%
0) 085565.8
1) 141531.9
2) 2181.4
3) 340.3
4) 410.1
5) 510.1
8) 810.1
700) 70010.1
77777) Refused10.1
99999) Dont' know20.2
Missing8850 
TOTAL1299100.0
604) Number female sex partners/year. [In the past 12 months, with how many females have you had sex?] (SXQ490)
TOTAL%
0) 9771.9
1) 2518.5
2) 85.9
3) 32.2
4) 10.7
5) 10.7
Missing10014 
TOTAL135100.0
605) Number female sex partners/year. [In the past 12 months, with how many females have you had vaginal, anal, or oral sex?] (SXQ510)
TOTAL%
0) 01319.7
1) 191067.3
2) 21128.3
3) 3775.7
4) 4362.7
5) 5312.3
6) 6120.9
7) 750.4
8) 880.6
9) 930.2
10) 10110.8
11) 1110.1
12) 1230.2
15) 1510.1
16) 1620.1
20) 2010.1
25) 2510.1
45) 4510.1
77777) Refused30.2
99999) Don't know30.2
Missing8797 
TOTAL1352100.0
606) Number female oral sex partners/year. [With how many of these females have you had only oral sex?] (SXQ530)
TOTAL%
0) 073960.5
1) 139932.7
2) 2322.6
3) 3161.3
4) 470.6
5) 560.5
6) 620.2
8) 830.2
9) 930.2
10) 1020.2
15) 1510.1
20) 2010.1
77777) Refused70.6
99999) Don't know30.2
Missing8928 
TOTAL1221100.0
607) Number male sex partners/year. [In the past 12 months, with how many males have you had anal or oral sex?] (SXQ550)
TOTAL%
0) 025586.4
1) 1196.4
2) 282.7
3) 310.3
4) 410.3
5) 520.7
6) 620.7
8) 820.7
10) 1010.3
12) 1210.3
25) 2510.3
300) 30010.3
77777) Refused10.3
Missing9854 
TOTAL295100.0
608) Number male oral sex partners/year. [With how many of these males have you had only oral sex?] (SXQ570)
TOTAL%
0) 01230.8
1) 11435.9
2) 212.6
3) 325.1
4) 437.7
6) 612.6
7) 712.6
8) 812.6
12) 1212.6
25) 2512.6
50) 5012.6
77777) Refused12.6
Missing10110 
TOTAL39100.0
609) Number sex partners five years older/year. [Of the persons you had sex with in the past 12 months, how many were five or more years older than you? English Instructions: Enter a number or enter zero for none. HARD EDIT FOR FEMALES: SXQ590 must be equal to or less than (sum of SXQ450 and SXQ490). HARD EDIT FOR MALES: SXQ590 must be equal to or less than (sum of SXQ510 and SXQ550).] (SXQ590)
TOTAL%
0) 0201476.3
1) 150419.1
2) 2612.3
3) 3230.9
4) 470.3
5) 570.3
6) 610.0
8) 820.1
9) 910.0
25) 2510.0
100) 10010.0
77777) Refused100.4
99999) Don't know90.3
Missing7508 
TOTAL2641100.0
610) Number sex partners five years younger/year. [Of the persons you had sex with in the past 12 months, how many were five or more years younger than you? English Instructions: Enter a number or enter zero for none. HARD EDIT FOR FEMALES: SXQ600 must be equal to or less than (sum of SXQ450 and SXQ490). HARD EDIT FOR MALES: SXQ600 must be equal to or less than (sum of SXQ510 and SXQ550). HARD EDIT FOR FEMALES (combined): (sum of SXQ590 and SXQ600) must be equal to or less than (sum of SXQ450 and SXQ490). HARD EDIT FOR MALES (combined): (sum of SXQ590 and SXQ600) must be equal to or less than (sum of SXQ510 and SXQ550).] (SXQ600)
TOTAL%
0) 0201776.4
1) 147818.1
2) 2612.3
3) 3301.1
4) 4110.4
5) 5100.4
6) 630.1
7) 730.1
8) 820.1
10) 1010.0
11) 1110.0
12) 1210.0
15) 1510.0
45) 4510.0
100) 10010.0
77777) Refused90.3
99999) Don't know110.4
Missing7508 
TOTAL2641100.0
611) Number times had vaginal or anal sex/year. [In the past 12 months, about how many times have you had vaginal or anal sex?] (SXQ610)
TOTAL%
0) Never2469.3
1) Once1033.9
2) Two to 11 times49618.8
3) 12 to 51 times87233.0
4) 52 to 103 times51819.6
5) 104 to 364 times34913.2
6) 365 times or more361.4
77) Refused120.5
99) Don't know90.3
Missing7508 
TOTAL2641100.0
612) Number times had sex without condom/year. [In the past 12 months, about how often have you had vaginal or anal sex without using a condom?] (SXQ251)
TOTAL%
1) Never57524.2
2) Less than half of the time28111.8
3) About half of the time1275.3
4) Not always, but more than half of the time1948.2
5) Always118650.0
77) Refused60.3
99) Don't know50.2
Missing7775 
TOTAL2374100.0
613) Doctor ever told you had genital herpes. [Has a doctor or other health care professional ever told you that you had genital herpes?] (SXQ260)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1143.8
2) No285596.0
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.1
Missing7175 
TOTAL2974100.0
614) Doctor ever told you had genital warts. [Has a doctor or other health care professional ever told you that you had genital warts?] (SXQ265)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1324.4
2) No283995.5
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know20.1
Missing7175 
TOTAL2974100.0
615) Doctor ever told you had gonorrhea. [In the past 12 months, has a doctor or other health care professional told you that you had gonorrhea, sometimes called GC or clap?] (SXQ270)
TOTAL%
1) Yes160.5
2) No295499.3
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know30.1
Missing7175 
TOTAL2974100.0
616) Doctor ever told you had chlamydia. [In the past 12 months, has a doctor or other health care professional told you that you had chlamydia?] (SXQ272)
TOTAL%
1) Yes311.0
2) No294298.9
9) Don't know10.0
Missing7175 
TOTAL2974100.0
617) Are you circumcised or uncircumcised? (SXQ280)
TOTAL%
1) Circumcised113070.2
2) Uncircumcised44927.9
7) Refused70.4
9) Don't know241.5
Missing8539 
TOTAL1610100.0
618) Describe sexual orientation (male). [Do you think of yourself as...] (SXQ292)
TOTAL%
1) Heterosexual or straight (attracted to women)152394.6
2) Homosexual or gay (attracted to men)332.0
3) Bisexual (attracted to men and women)221.4
4) Something else90.6
5) Not sure100.6
7) Refused20.1
9) Don't know110.7
Missing8539 
TOTAL1610100.0
619) Describe sexual orientation (female). [Do you think of yourself as...] (SXQ294)
TOTAL%
1) Heterosexual or straight (attracted to men)152292.0
2) Homosexual or lesbian (attracted to women)221.3
3) Bisexual (attracted to men and women)553.3
4) Something else150.9
5) Not sure181.1
7) Refused80.5
9) Don't know150.9
Missing8494 
TOTAL1655100.0
620) [Questionnaire: Sleep Disorders] How much sleep do you get (hours)? [The next set of questions is about your sleeping habits. How much sleep [do you/does SP] usually get at night on weekdays or workdays?] (SLD010H)
TOTAL%
1) 1100.2
2) 2240.4
3) 3841.3
4) 42654.0
5) 567010.2
6) 6147922.6
7) 7173326.5
8) 8173726.5
9) 93265.0
10) 101472.2
11) 11230.4
12) 12 hours or more400.6
99) Don't know80.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
621) How long to fall asleep (minutes)? [How long does it usually take [you/SP] to fall asleep at bedtime? English Instructions: INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: ENTER MINUTES.] (SLD020M)
TOTAL%
0) 0550.8
1) 12233.4
2) 21993.0
3) 3841.3
4) 4200.3
5) 5109916.8
6) 630.0
7) 790.1
8) 840.1
9) 930.0
10) 10101915.6
11) 1110.0
12) 1240.1
13) 1310.0
15) 1577611.9
16) 1610.0
18) 1810.0
20) 204226.4
22) 2210.0
25) 25380.6
30) 30115517.6
33) 3310.0
35) 3570.1
39) 3940.1
40) 40310.5
45) 451612.5
47) 4710.0
50) 50140.2
55) 5540.1
56) 5610.0
59) 59240.4
60) 60 minutes or more114717.5
99) Don't know330.5
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
622) How often do you snore? [In the past 12 months, how often did [you/SP] snore while [you were/s/he was] sleeping?] (SLQ030)
TOTAL%
0) Never193629.6
1) Rarely (One to two nights/week)101615.5
2) Occasionally (Three to four nights/week)112417.2
3) Frequently (Five or more nights/week)188228.8
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know5879.0
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
623) How often do you snort/stop breathing? [In the past 12 months, how often did [you/SP] snort, gasp, or stop breathing while [you were/s/he was] asleep?] (SLQ040)
TOTAL%
0) Never485174.1
1) Rarely (One to two nights/week)4727.2
2) Occasionally (Three to four nights/week)3885.9
3) Frequently (Five or more nights/week)3244.9
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know5107.8
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
624) Ever told doctor had trouble sleeping? [[Have you/Has SP] ever told a doctor or other health professional that [you have/s/he has] trouble sleeping?] (SLQ050)
TOTAL%
1) Yes143822.0
2) No510277.9
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know50.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
625) Ever told by doctor have sleep disorder? [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by a doctor or other health professional that [you have/s/he has] a sleep disorder?] (SLQ060)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4847.4
2) No604792.4
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know140.2
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
626) Sleep disorder: Sleep Apnea [What was the sleep disorder? English Instructions: CODE ALL THAT APPLY] (SLQ070A)
TOTAL%
1) Sleep Apnea28093.0
9) Don't know217.0
Missing9848 
TOTAL301100.0
627) Sleep disorder: Insomnia [What was the sleep disorder? English Instructions: CODE ALL THAT APPLY] (SLQ070B)
TOTAL%
2) Insomnia107100.0
Missing10042 
TOTAL107100.0
628) Sleep disorder: Restless Legs [What was the sleep disorder? English Instructions: CODE ALL THAT APPLY] (SLQ070C)
TOTAL%
3) Restless Legs18100.0
Missing10131 
TOTAL18100.0
629) Sleep disorder: Other [What was the sleep disorder? English Instructions: CODE ALL THAT APPLY] (SLQ070D)
TOTAL%
4) Other74100.0
Missing10075 
TOTAL74100.0
630) How often have trouble falling asleep? [This next set of questions is about [your/SP?s] sleeping habits in the past month. In the past month, how often did [you/SP] have trouble falling asleep?] (SLQ080)
TOTAL%
0) Never282343.1
1) Rarely (One time a month)122418.7
2) Sometimes (Two to four times a month)135920.8
3) Often (Five to 15 times a month)6299.6
4) Almost always (16-30 times a month)5067.7
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
631) How often wake up during night? [[In the past month, how often did [you/SP]] wake up during the night and had trouble getting back to sleep?] (SLQ090)
TOTAL%
0) Never262040.0
1) Rarely (One time a month)117918.0
2) Sometimes (Two to four times a month)148222.6
3) Often (Five to 15 times a month)75111.5
4) Almost always (16-30 times a month)5097.8
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
632) How often wake up too early in morning? [[In the past month, how often did [you/SP]] wake up too early in the morning and [were/was] unable to get back to sleep?] (SLQ100)
TOTAL%
0) Never305746.7
1) Rarely (One time a month)113017.3
2) Sometimes (Two to four times a month)123818.9
3) Often (Five to 15 times a month)67110.3
4) Almost always (16-30 times a month)4436.8
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know60.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
633) How often feel unrested during the day? [[In the past month, how often did [you/SP]] feel unrested during the day, no matter how many hours of sleep [you have/s/he has] had?] (SLQ110)
TOTAL%
0) Never230635.2
1) Rarely (One time a month)97614.9
2) Sometimes (Two to four times a month)166225.4
3) Often (Five to 15 times a month)91914.0
4) Almost always (16-30 times a month)66810.2
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know140.2
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
634) How often feel overly sleepy during day? [[In the past month, how often did [you/SP]] feel excessively or overly sleepy during the day?] (SLQ120)
TOTAL%
0) Never254638.9
1) Rarely (One time a month)124419.0
2) Sometimes (Two to four times a month)165225.2
3) Often (Five to 15 times a month)68510.5
4) Almost always (16-30 times a month)4146.3
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
635) How often did you not get enough sleep? [[In the past month, how often did [you/SP]] not get enough sleep?] (SLQ130)
TOTAL%
0) Never223734.2
1) Rarely (One time a month)113417.3
2) Sometimes (Two to four times a month)163224.9
3) Often (Five to 15 times a month)87513.4
4) Almost always (16-30 times a month)6499.9
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know180.3
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
636) How often take pills to help you sleep? [[In the past month, how often did [you/SP]] take sleeping pills or other medication to help [you/him/her] sleep?] (SLQ140)
TOTAL%
0) Never541982.8
1) Rarely (One time a month)2573.9
2) Sometimes (Two to four times a month)3275.0
3) Often (Five to 15 times a month)1692.6
4) Almost always (16-30 times a month)3695.6
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
637) How often have leg jerks while sleeping? [[In the past month, how often did [you/SP]] have leg jerks while trying to sleep?] (SLQ150)
TOTAL%
0) Never510077.9
1) Rarely (One time a month)4827.4
2) Sometimes (Two to four times a month)5117.8
3) Often (Five to 15 times a month)2433.7
4) Almost always (16-30 times a month)1912.9
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know180.3
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
638) How often have legs cramp while sleeping? [[In the past month, how often did [you/SP]] have leg cramps while trying to sleep?] (SLQ160)
TOTAL%
0) Never437866.9
1) Rarely (One time a month)77511.8
2) Sometimes (Two to four times a month)93514.3
3) Often (Five to 15 times a month)2874.4
4) Almost always (16-30 times a month)1672.6
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know30.0
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
639) Difficulty concentrating when tired? [The purpose of this next set of questions is to find out if [you generally have/SP generally has] difficulty carrying out certain activities because [you are/s/he is] too sleepy or tired. When the words 'sleepy' or 'tired' are used, it means the feeling that [you/s/he] can't keep [your/his/her] eyes open, [your/his/her] head is droopy, that [you/s/he] want to 'nod off' or that [you feel/s/he feels] the urge to take a nap. The words do not refer to the tired or fatigued feeling [you/she] may have after [you have/s/he has] exercised. [Do you/Does SP] have difficulty concentrating on the things [you do/s/he does] because [you feel/s/he feels] sleepy or tired?] (SLQ170)
TOTAL%
1) Don't do this activity for other reasons821.3
2) No difficulty504577.1
3) Yes, a little difficulty111817.1
4) Yes, moderate difficulty2343.6
5) Yes, extreme difficulty620.9
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
640) Difficulty remembering when tired? [[Do you/Does SP] generally have difficulty remembering things, because [you are/s/he is] sleepy or tired?] (SLQ180)
TOTAL%
1) Don't do this activity for other reasons480.7
2) No difficulty525980.3
3) Yes, a little difficulty98715.1
4) Yes, moderate difficulty1862.8
5) Yes, extreme difficulty570.9
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know80.1
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
641) Difficulty eating when tired? [[Do you/Does SP] have difficulty finishing a meal because [you become/s/he becomes] sleepy or tired?] (SLQ190)
TOTAL%
1) Don't do this activity for other reasons340.5
2) No difficulty625195.5
3) Yes, a little difficulty2013.1
4) Yes, moderate difficulty410.6
5) Yes, extreme difficulty180.3
7) Refused10.0
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
642) Difficulty with a hobby when tired? [[Do you/Does SP] have difficulty working on a hobby, for example, sewing, collecting, gardening, because [you are/s/he is] sleepy or tired?] (SLQ200)
TOTAL%
1) Don't do this activity for other reasons2904.4
2) No difficulty547083.6
3) Yes, a little difficulty6089.3
4) Yes, moderate difficulty1412.2
5) Yes, extreme difficulty350.5
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
643) Difficulty getting things done? [[Do you/Does SP] have difficulty getting things done because [you are/s/he is] too sleepy or tired to drive or take public transportation?] (SLQ210)
TOTAL%
1) Don't do this activity for other reasons3495.3
2) No difficulty548183.7
3) Yes, a little difficulty5568.5
4) Yes, moderate difficulty1221.9
5) Yes, extreme difficulty360.5
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
644) Difficulty with finance when tired? [[Do you/Does SP] have difficulty taking care of financial affairs and doing paperwork (for example, paying bills or keeping financial records) because [you are/s/he is] sleepy or tired? English Instructions: HAND CARD SLQ2 CAPI INSTRUCTION: DISPLAY IF AGE 16-19: '[Do you/Does s/he] have difficulty doing homework or paperwork, for example paying bills or keeping financial records, because [you are/s/he is] sleepy or tired?'] (SLQ220)
TOTAL%
1) Don't do this activity for other reasons3946.0
2) No difficulty544183.1
3) Yes, a little difficulty5468.3
4) Yes, moderate difficulty1261.9
5) Yes, extreme difficulty380.6
7) Refused10.0
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
645) Difficulty at work because tired? [[Do you/Does SP] have difficulty performing employed or volunteer work because [you are/s/he is] sleepy or tired? English Instructions: HAND CARD SLQ2 CAPI INSTRUCTION: DISPLAY IF AGE 16-19: '[Do you/Does SP] have difficulty performing employed or volunteer work or attending school because [you are/s/he is] sleepy or tired?'] (SLQ230)
TOTAL%
1) Don't do this activity for other reasons80612.3
2) No difficulty518579.2
3) Yes, a little difficulty4396.7
4) Yes, moderate difficulty841.3
5) Yes, extreme difficulty310.5
7) Refused10.0
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
646) Difficulty on phone when tired? [[Do you/Does SP] have difficulty maintaining a telephone conversation because [you become/s/he becomes] sleepy or tired?] (SLQ240)
TOTAL%
1) Don't do this activity for other reasons841.3
2) No difficulty587889.8
3) Yes, a little difficulty4546.9
4) Yes, moderate difficulty891.4
5) Yes, extreme difficulty400.6
7) Refused10.0
Missing3603 
TOTAL6546100.0
647) [Questionnaire: Smoking -- Cigarette Use] Smoked at least 100 cigarettes in life. [These next questions are about cigarette smoking and other tobacco use. [Have you/Has SP] smoked at least 100 cigarettes in [your/his/her] entire life?] (SMQ020)
TOTAL%
1) Yes280247.2
2) No312752.7
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know40.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
648) Age started smoking cigarettes regularly. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] first started to smoke cigarettes fairly regularly?] (SMD030)
TOTAL%
0) Never smoked cigarettes regularly1224.4
7) 7170.6
8) 8170.6
9) 9210.7
10) 10351.2
11) 11250.9
12) 121124.0
13) 131364.9
14) 141896.7
15) 152789.9
16) 1634612.3
17) 172448.7
18) 1839814.2
19) 191545.5
20) 201957.0
21) 211114.0
22) 22652.3
23) 23441.6
24) 24240.9
25) 25712.5
26) 26200.7
27) 27180.6
28) 28220.8
29) 2980.3
30) 30401.4
31) 3130.1
32) 3290.3
33) 3340.1
34) 3410.0
35) 35160.6
36) 3660.2
37) 3710.0
38) 3830.1
39) 3940.1
40) 4070.2
41) 4110.0
43) 4310.0
44) 4410.0
45) 4560.2
46) 4610.0
47) 4710.0
50) 5040.1
54) 5410.0
55) 5520.1
65) 6520.1
68) 6820.1
74) 7410.0
999) Don't know130.5
Missing7347 
TOTAL2802100.0
649) Do you now smoke cigarettes... (SMQ040)
TOTAL%
1) Every day110539.4
2) Some days2147.6
3) Not at all148252.9
7) Refused10.0
Missing7347 
TOTAL2802100.0
650) How long since quit smoking cigarettes. [How long has it been since [you/SP] quit smoking cigarettes? English Instructions: ENTER NUMBER (OF DAYS, WEEKS, MONTHS OR YEARS)] (SMQ050Q)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1482558.9147328
651) Unit of measure (day/week/month/year) (SMQ050U)
TOTAL%
1) Days100.7
2) Weeks161.1
3) Months1087.3
4) Years134090.9
Missing8675 
TOTAL1474100.0
652) Age last smoked cigarettes regularly. [How old [were you/was SP] when [you/s/he] last smoked cigarettes [fairly regularly]?] (SMD055)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL136348.7791
653) Number cigarettes smoked per day when quit. [At that time, about how many cigarettes did [you/SP] usually smoke per day? English Instructions: 1 PACK EQUALS 20 CIGARETTES. IF LESS THAN 1 PER DAY, ENTER 1. IF 95 OR MORE PER DAY, ENTER 95. ENTER NUMBER (OF CIGARETTES).] (SMD057)
TOTAL%
1) Cigarette or less13710.1
2) 2745.4
3) 3775.6
4) 4423.1
5) 5805.9
6) 6352.6
7) 7151.1
8) 8151.1
9) 940.3
10) 1016812.3
12) 1260.4
13) 1310.1
14) 1430.2
15) 15463.4
16) 1610.1
17) 1720.1
18) 1850.4
20) 2034425.2
23) 2310.1
25) 25131.0
29) 2920.1
30) 30805.9
35) 3530.2
38) 3810.1
40) 401218.9
42) 4210.1
49) 4910.1
50) 50141.0
55) 5510.1
60) 60433.2
65) 6520.1
70) 7030.2
80) 8050.4
90) 9010.1
95) 95 cigarettes or more151.1
999) Don't know10.1
Missing8786 
TOTAL1363100.0
654) How soon after waking do you smoke? (SMQ077)
TOTAL%
1) Within five minutes40132.2
2) From six to 30 minutes35228.3
3) From more than 30 minutes to one hour21417.2
4) More than one hour26821.5
7) Refused40.3
9) Don't know50.4
Missing8905 
TOTAL1244100.0
655) Number days smoked cigarettes during past 30 days. [On how many of the past 30 days did [you/SP] smoke a cigarette?] (SMD641)
TOTAL%
0) 01237.7
1) 1332.1
2) 2332.1
3) 3352.2
4) 4181.1
5) 5342.1
6) 650.3
7) 7130.8
8) 8140.9
9) 910.1
10) 10352.2
12) 12110.7
13) 1330.2
14) 1450.3
15) 15372.3
17) 1710.1
18) 1810.1
20) 20472.9
22) 2220.1
23) 2330.2
24) 2410.1
25) 25181.1
26) 2630.2
27) 2760.4
28) 28130.8
29) 2940.3
30) 30109768.6
99) Don't know20.1
Missing8551 
TOTAL1598100.0
656) Avg. number cigarettes/day during past 30 days. [During the past 30 days, on the days that [you/SP] smoked, about how many cigarettes did [you/s/he] smoke per day? English Instructions: 1 PACK EQUALS 20 CIGARETTES. IF LESS THAN 1 PER DAY, ENTER 1. IF 95 OR MORE PER DAY, ENTER 95. ENTER NUMBER (OF CIGARETTES) (PER DAY).] (SMD650)
TOTAL%
1) One cigarette or less17411.8
2) 21006.8
3) 3765.2
4) 4674.5
5) 5865.8
6) 6463.1
7) 7332.2
8) 8412.8
9) 950.3
10) 1022615.3
11) 1120.1
12) 12261.8
13) 1340.3
14) 1490.6
15) 15976.6
16) 1630.2
17) 1760.4
18) 1850.3
19) 1910.1
20) 2028219.1
22) 2210.1
24) 2410.1
25) 25120.8
27) 2710.1
28) 2810.1
29) 2910.1
30) 30896.0
35) 3550.3
40) 40493.3
45) 4510.1
50) 5040.3
60) 6020.1
70) 7010.1
90) 9010.1
95) 95 cigarettes or more110.7
777) Refused10.1
999) Don't know30.2
Missing8676 
TOTAL1473100.0
657) May I please see the pack of cigarettes. [May I please see the pack for the brand of cigarettes [you usually smoke/SP usually smokes].] (SMD093)
TOTAL%
1) Yes81761.9
2) No46435.2
3) No usual brand201.5
4) Rolls own181.4
Missing8830 
TOTAL1319100.0
658) Cigarette 12-digit Universal Product Code-UPC (SMDUPCA)
659) Cigarette Brand/sub-brand [Brand of cigarettes smoked by SP (Sub-brand included if applicable and available).] (SMD100BR)
660) Filter type [Cigarette product filtered or non-filtered] (SMD100FL)
TOTAL%
0) Non-filter70.6
1) Filter124999.4
Missing8893 
TOTAL1256100.0
661) Menthol indicator [Cigarette product mentholated or non-mentholated.] (SMD100MN)
TOTAL%
0) Non-menthol88270.2
1) Menthol37429.8
Missing8893 
TOTAL1256100.0
662) Length [Cigarette product length] (SMD100LN)
TOTAL%
1) Regular (68-72 mm)16413.1
2) King (79-88 mm)67854.0
3) Long (94-101 mm)39631.6
4) Ultra long (110-121 mm)171.4
Missing8894 
TOTAL1255100.0
663) FTC Tar Content [Cigarette Tar Content] (SMD100TR)
TOTAL%
1) 20.2
4) 70.6
5) 1089.0
6) 292.4
7) 70.6
8) 100.8
9) 605.0
10) 13811.5
11) 1028.5
12) 332.8
13) 19116.0
14) 826.9
15) 15813.2
16) 14812.4
17) 443.7
18) 50.4
19) 685.7
24) 20.2
25) 20.2
Missing8953 
TOTAL1196100.0
664) FTC Nicotine Content [Cigarette Nicotine Content] (SMD100NI)
TOTAL%
.1) 20.2
.3) 10.1
.4) 110.9
.5) 1058.8
.6) 332.8
.7) 796.6
.8) 12510.5
.9) 18215.2
1) 806.7
1.1) 20116.8
1.2) 13211.0
1.3) 13311.1
1.4) 443.7
1.5) 231.9
1.6) 433.6
1.8) 20.2
Missing8953 
TOTAL1196100.0
665) FTC Carbon Monoxide Content [Cigarette Carbon Monoxide Content] (SMD100CO)
TOTAL%
1) 30.3
5) 121.0
6) 110.9
7) 1159.6
8) 171.4
9) 292.4
10) 504.2
11) 16113.5
12) 796.6
13) 13811.5
14) 21417.9
15) 12110.1
16) 14912.5
17) 151.3
18) 100.8
19) 715.9
22) 10.1
Missing8953 
TOTAL1196100.0
666) Ever tried cigarette smoking [The following questions are about cigarette smoking and other tobacco use. Have you ever tried cigarette smoking, even one or two puffs?] (SMQ620)
TOTAL%
1) Yes40336.6
2) No69963.4
Missing9047 
TOTAL1102100.0
667) Age first smoked whole cigarette. [How old were you when you smoked a whole cigarette for the first time?] (SMD630)
TOTAL%
6) Six years or less20.5
7) 710.2
8) 841.0
9) 941.0
10) 10143.5
11) 11164.0
12) 12266.5
13) 13409.9
14) 144611.4
15) 154210.4
16) 16338.2
17) 17276.7
18) 18225.5
19) 1920.5
55) Never smoked a whole cigarette12330.5
77) Refused10.2
Missing9746 
TOTAL403100.0
668) Brands of cigarettes smoked/past month. [During the past 30 days, on the days that you smoked, which brand of cigarettes did you usually smoke? English Instructions: VERBAL INSTRUCTIONS TO SP: Please select one of the following choices: Marlboro, Camel, Newport, Kool, Winston, Benson and Hedges, Salem, Some other brand.] (SMQ660)
TOTAL%
1) Marlboro6238.5
2) Camel3018.6
3) Newport4326.7
4) Kool63.7
6) Benson and hedges10.6
8) Some other brand1710.6
77) Refused10.6
99) Don't know10.6
Missing9988 
TOTAL161100.0
669) Menthol or non-menthol Marlboro. [[Were/Was] the Marlboro cigarettes menthol or non- menthol?] (SMQ664M)
TOTAL%
1) Menthol2032.3
2) Non-menthol4166.1
7) Refused11.6
Missing10087 
TOTAL62100.0
670) Menthol or non-menthol Camels. [[Were/Was] the Camel cigarettes menthol or non- menthol?] (SMQ664C)
TOTAL%
1) Menthol826.7
2) Non-menthol2273.3
Missing10119 
TOTAL30100.0
671) Menthol or non-menthol BensonHedges. [[Were/Was] the Benson and Hedges cigarettes menthol or non-menthol?] (SMQ664B)
TOTAL%
1) Menthol1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
672) Menthol or non-menthol other brand. [[Were/Was] the other brand cigarettes menthol or non-menthol?] (SMQ664O)
TOTAL%
1) Menthol529.4
2) Non-menthol1270.6
Missing10132 
TOTAL17100.0
673) Regular, light or ultra-lite Marlboro. [[Were/Was] the Marlboro cigarettes regulars, lights, or ultra-lights?] (SMQ666M)
TOTAL%
1) Regulars4166.1
2) Lights2133.9
Missing10087 
TOTAL62100.0
674) Regular, light or ultra-lite Camels. [[Were/Was] the Camel cigarettes regulars, lights, or ultra-lights?] (SMQ666C)
TOTAL%
1) Regulars1860.0
2) Lights1033.3
3) Ultralights13.3
9) Don't know13.3
Missing10119 
TOTAL30100.0
675) Regular, light or ultra-lite Kools. [[Were/Was] the Kool cigarettes regulars, lights, or ultra-lights?] (SMQ666K)
TOTAL%
1) Regulars466.7
2) Lights233.3
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
676) Regular, light or ultra-lite BensonHedges. [[Were/Was] the Benson and Hedges cigarettes regulars, lights, or ultra-lights?] (SMQ666B)
TOTAL%
1) Regulars1100.0
Missing10148 
TOTAL1100.0
677) Regular, light or ultra-lite other brand. [[Were/Was] the other brand cigarettes regulars, lights, or ultra-lights?] (SMQ666O)
TOTAL%
1) Regular1058.8
2) Light529.4
3) Ultralight211.8
Missing10132 
TOTAL17100.0
678) Tried to quit smoking. [During the past 12 months, have you stopped smoking for one day or longer because you were trying to quit smoking?] (SMQ670)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14351.3
2) No13046.6
7) Refused51.8
9) Don't know10.4
Missing9870 
TOTAL279100.0
679) Questionnaire Mode Flag (SMAQUEX2)
TOTAL%
1) Home interview (20 plus years)593583.1
2) A-CASI (12 to 19 years)121016.9
Missing3004 
TOTAL7145100.0
680) [Questionnaire: Smoking -- Household Smokers] Does anyone smoke inside home? [I would now like to ask you a few questions about smoking. Does anyone who lives here smoke cigarettes, cigars, or pipes anywhere inside this home?] (SMD410)
TOTAL%
1) Yes184018.3
2) No823081.7
7) Refused20.0
Missing77 
TOTAL10072100.0
681) Total number of smokers inside home. (SMD415)
TOTAL%
1) One101755.3
2) Two61833.6
3) Three or more20511.1
Missing8309 
TOTAL1840100.0
682) Total number cigarette smokers inside home. (SMD415A)
TOTAL%
1) One97456.1
2) Two57232.9
3) Three or more19111.0
Missing8412 
TOTAL1737100.0
683) Total number cigarettes smoked inside home. [How many cigarettes per day [do you/does PERSON] usually smoke anywhere inside the home? English Instructions: 1 PACK EQUALS 20 CIGARETTES. IF NONE, ENTER 0. IF LESS THAN 1 PER DAY, ENTER 1. ENTER NUMBER OF CIGARETTES.] (SMD430)
TOTAL%
1) 11277.3
2) 21046.0
3) 3683.9
4) 4804.6
5) 51217.0
6) 6734.2
7) 7593.4
8) 8553.2
9) 9150.9
10) 1018710.8
11) 11181.0
12) 12472.7
13) 1360.3
14) 1490.5
15) 15734.2
16) 16171.0
17) 1770.4
18) 18140.8
19) 1940.2
20) 2021312.3
21) 21130.7
22) 2290.5
23) 2310.1
24) 24130.7
25) 25311.8
26) 26160.9
27) 27100.6
28) 2890.5
30) 301066.1
31) 3140.2
32) 3250.3
33) 3310.1
35) 35120.7
38) 3810.1
40) 40 or more20912.0
Missing8412 
TOTAL1737100.0
684) [Questionnaire: Social Support] Anyone to help with emotional support. [Now I would like to ask a few questions about [your/SP's] friends and family. Can [you/SP] count on anyone to provide [you/him/her] with emotional support such as talking over problems or helping [you/him/her] make a difficult decision?] (SSQ011)
TOTAL%
1) Yes360589.6
2) No3829.5
3) SP doesn't need help290.7
7) Refused20.0
9) Don't know60.1
Missing6125 
TOTAL4024100.0
685) Spouse gives most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021A)
TOTAL%
10) Spouse183599.8
77) Refused10.1
99) Don't know20.1
Missing8311 
TOTAL1838100.0
686) Daughter gives most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021B)
TOTAL%
11) Daughter1007100.0
Missing9142 
TOTAL1007100.0
687) Son gives most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021C)
TOTAL%
12) Son686100.0
Missing9463 
TOTAL686100.0
688) Sibling gives most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021D)
TOTAL%
13) Sister/brother687100.0
Missing9462 
TOTAL687100.0
689) Parent gives most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021E)
TOTAL%
14) Parent312100.0
Missing9837 
TOTAL312100.0
690) Other relative gives emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021F)
TOTAL%
15) Other relative294100.0
Missing9855 
TOTAL294100.0
691) Neighbors give most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021G)
TOTAL%
16) Neighbors64100.0
Missing10085 
TOTAL64100.0
692) Co-workers give most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021H)
TOTAL%
17) Co-workers32100.0
Missing10117 
TOTAL32100.0
693) Church members give emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021I)
TOTAL%
18) Church members181100.0
Missing9968 
TOTAL181100.0
694) Club members give most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021J)
TOTAL%
19) Club members5100.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
695) Professionls give most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021K)
TOTAL%
20) Professionals35100.0
Missing10114 
TOTAL35100.0
696) Friends give most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021L)
TOTAL%
21) Friends899100.0
Missing9250 
TOTAL899100.0
697) Others give most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021M)
TOTAL%
22) Other72100.0
Missing10077 
TOTAL72100.0
698) No one gives most emotional support. [In the last 12 months, who was most helpful in providing [you/SP] with emotional support?] (SSQ021N)
TOTAL%
23) No one15100.0
Missing10134 
TOTAL15100.0
699) Needed more support in past year. [[In the last 12 months], could [you/SP] have used more emotional support than [you/s/he] received?] (SSQ031)
TOTAL%
1) Yes71819.9
2) No287979.9
9) Don't know80.2
Missing6544 
TOTAL3605100.0
700) How much more support needed. [Would you say that [you/SP] could have used...] (SSQ041)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more emotional support21529.9
2) Some emotional support24834.5
3) A little more emotional support25435.4
9) Don't know10.1
Missing9431 
TOTAL718100.0
701) How often attend church per year. [How often [do you/does SP] attend church or religious services?] (SSD044)
TOTAL%
0) 0141235.1
1) 1992.5
2) 21032.6
3) 3511.3
4) 4501.2
5) 5320.8
6) 6451.1
7) 780.2
8) 840.1
10) 10220.5
12) 122516.2
14) 1410.0
15) 1510.0
17) 1710.0
20) 2090.2
24) 241874.6
25) 2510.0
26) 2610.0
27) 2710.0
28) 2810.0
30) 3040.1
35) 3510.0
36) 36902.2
40) 4070.2
45) 4510.0
48) 48421.0
52) 52110327.4
60) 6030.1
72) 7230.1
96) 9620.0
102) 10210.0
104) 1042115.2
120) 12020.0
144) 14410.0
150) 15010.0
156) 1561714.2
208) 208260.6
260) 260120.3
312) 31230.1
364) 36470.2
365) 365370.9
520) 52010.0
731) 73110.0
1096) 109610.0
1461) 146110.0
1826) 182650.1
77777) Refused30.1
99999) Don't know40.1
Missing6125 
TOTAL4024100.0
702) Anyone to help with financial support. [If [you/SP] need[s] some extra help financially, could [you/s/he] count on anyone to help [you/him/her]; for example, by paying any bills, housing costs, hospital visits, or providing [you/him/her] with food or clothes?] (SSQ051)
TOTAL%
1) Yes279269.4
2) No115028.6
3) Offered help but wouldn't accept it551.4
7) Refused30.1
9) Don't know240.6
Missing6125 
TOTAL4024100.0
703) Number of close friends. [In general, how many close friends [do you/does SP] have? PROBE: By 'close friends' I mean relatives or non-relatives that [you s/he] feel[s] at ease with, can talk to about private matters, and can call on for help.] (SSQ061)
TOTAL%
0) 02195.4
1) 13228.0
2) 246111.5
3) 350512.6
4) 442510.6
5) 561615.3
6) 62967.4
7) 7671.7
8) 8962.4
9) 990.2
10) 1043810.9
11) 1150.1
12) 121243.1
13) 1360.1
14) 1440.1
15) 151323.3
16) 1620.0
20) 201303.2
22) 2210.0
24) 2430.1
25) 25380.9
30) 30220.5
34) 3420.0
35) 3520.0
36) 3610.0
40) 4090.2
45) 4510.0
50) 50551.4
7777) Refused20.0
9999) Don't know290.7
Missing6127 
TOTAL4022100.0
704) [Questionnaire: Vision] Can see light. [Next I have general questions about (your/SP's) vision. With both eyes open, can (you/he/she) see light?] (VIQ010)
TOTAL%
1) Yes716499.9
2) No80.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing2976 
TOTAL7173100.0
705) Blind in both eyes. [[Are you/Is SP] blind in both eyes?] (VIQ017)
TOTAL%
1) Yes888.9
9) Don't know111.1
Missing10140 
TOTAL9100.0
706) General condition of eyesight. [At the present time, would you say (your/SP'S) eyesight, with glasses or contact lenses if (you/he/she) wear them is...] (VIQ031)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent240533.6
2) Good328745.9
3) Fair113315.8
4) Poor2713.8
5) Very poor640.9
9) Don't know50.1
Missing2984 
TOTAL7165100.0
707) Time worrying about eyesight. [How much of the time [do you/does SP] worry about [your/his/her] eyesight? Would you say...] (VIQ041)
TOTAL%
0) None of the time423559.1
1) A little of the time131218.3
2) Some of the time96613.5
3) Most of the time3004.2
4) All of the time3484.9
9) Don't know40.1
Missing2984 
TOTAL7165100.0
708) Difficulty reading ordinary newsprint. [The next questions are about how much difficulty, if any, [you have/SP has] doing certain activities, such as reading ordinary newsprint or going down steps. If [you/s/he] usually wear[s] glasses or contact lenses to do these activities, please rate [your/his/her] ability to do them while wearing [your/his/her] glasses or contacts. How much difficulty [do you/does SP] have reading ordinary print in newspapers?] (VIQ051A)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty445475.1
2) A little difficulty84214.2
3) Moderate difficulty3215.4
4) Extreme difficulty1382.3
5) Unable to do because of eyesight741.2
6) Does not do this for other reasons951.6
99) Don't know30.1
Missing4222 
TOTAL5927100.0
709) Difficulty with up close work or chores. [How much difficulty [do you/does SP] have doing work or hobbies that require [you/him/her] to see well up close such as cooking, sewing, fixing things around the house, or using hand tools?] (VIQ051B)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty475780.3
2) A little difficulty71712.1
3) Moderate difficulty2364.0
4) Extreme difficulty731.2
5) Unable to do because of eyesight490.8
6) Does not do this for other reasons941.6
99) Don't know10.0
Missing4222 
TOTAL5927100.0
710) Difficulty seeing steps/curbs-dim light. [How much difficulty [do you/does SP] have going down steps, stairs, or curbs in dim light or at night?] (VIQ051C)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty471679.6
2) A little difficulty66311.2
3) Moderate difficulty2434.1
4) Extreme difficulty1162.0
5) Unable to do because of eyesight390.7
6) Does not do this for other reasons1482.5
77) Refused10.0
99) Don't know10.0
Missing4222 
TOTAL5927100.0
711) Difficulty noticing objects to side. [How much difficulty [do you/does SP] have noticing objects off to the side while [you are/s/he is] walking?] (VIQ051D)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty523688.3
2) A little difficulty4066.9
3) Moderate difficulty1682.8
4) Extreme difficulty571.0
5) Unable to do because of eyesight270.5
6) Does not do this for other reasons290.5
99) Don't know40.1
Missing4222 
TOTAL5927100.0
712) Difficulty finding object on crowded shelf. [How much difficulty [do you/does SP] have finding something on a crowded shelf?] (VIQ051E)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty513386.6
2) A little difficulty5018.5
3) Moderate difficulty1722.9
4) Extreme difficulty611.0
5) Unable to do because of eyesight220.4
6) Does not do this for other reasons350.6
99) Don't know30.1
Missing4222 
TOTAL5927100.0
713) Difficulty driving daytime -- familiar place. [How much difficulty [do you/does SP] have driving during the daytime in familiar places?] (VIQ056)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulty487182.2
2) A little difficulty1672.8
3) Moderate difficulty430.7
4) Extreme difficulty140.2
5) Unable to do because of eyesight571.0
6) Does not do this for other reasons3495.9
7) Never drove4257.2
99) Don't know10.0
Missing4222 
TOTAL5927100.0
714) Vision limits how long can do activities. [How limited [are you/is SP] in how long [you/s/he] can work or do other daily activities such as housework, child care, school, or community activities because of [your/his/her] vision? Would you say [you are/s/he is] limited...] (VIQ061)
TOTAL%
0) None of the time513286.6
1) A little of the time4137.0
2) Some of the time2283.8
3) Most of the time681.1
4) All of the time821.4
9) Don't know40.1
Missing4222 
TOTAL5927100.0
715) Ever had a cataract operation. [[Have you/Has SP] ever had a cataract operation?] (VIQ071)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63110.6
2) No530089.3
9) Don't know40.1
Missing4214 
TOTAL5935100.0
716) Operation in right, left or both eyes. [Was the operation in [your/SPs] right eye, left eye, or both eyes?] (VIQ081)
TOTAL%
1) Right eye8914.1
2) Left eye9815.5
3) Both44370.2
9) Don't know10.2
Missing9518 
TOTAL631100.0
717) Ever told had glaucoma. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by an eye doctor that [you have/s/he has] glaucoma (gla-co-ma), sometimes called high pressure in [your/his/her] eyes?] (VIQ090)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2636.5
2) No374793.1
9) Don't know140.3
Missing6125 
TOTAL4024100.0
718) Glaucoma in which eye. [Was the glaucoma in [your/his/her] right eye, left eye, or both eyes?] (VIQ100)
TOTAL%
1) Right eye3513.3
2) Left eye4918.6
3) Both16261.6
9) Don't know176.5
Missing9886 
TOTAL263100.0
719) Told had macular degeneration. [[Have you/Has SP] ever been told by an eye doctor that [you have/s/he has] age-related macular (mac-u- lar) degeneration?] (VIQ310)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1483.7
2) No384495.5
9) Don't know320.8
Missing6125 
TOTAL4024100.0
720) Macular degeneration in which eye. [Was the age-related macular (mac-u-lar) degeneration in [your/his/her] right eye, left eye, or both eyes?] (VIQ320)
TOTAL%
1) Right eye3020.3
2) Left eye2214.9
3) Both8557.4
9) Don't know117.4
Missing10001 
TOTAL148100.0
721) [Questionnaire: Weight History 8-15 Years] How do you consider your weight. [Do you consider yourself now to be...] (WHQ030M)
TOTAL%
1) Fat or overweight27620.7
2) Too thin1057.9
3) About the right weight95371.4
9) Don't know10.1
Missing8814 
TOTAL1335100.0
722) Trying to do about weight. [Which of the following are you trying to do about your weight:] (WHQ500)
TOTAL%
1) Lose weight49437.0
2) Gain weight16112.1
3) Stay the same weight35326.4
4) Not trying to do anything about your weight32524.3
9) Don't know20.1
Missing8814 
TOTAL1335100.0
723) Want to look better. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510A)
TOTAL%
10) I want to look better13496.4
99) Don't know53.6
Missing10010 
TOTAL139100.0
724) Want to be healthier. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510B)
TOTAL%
11) I want to be healthier205100.0
Missing9944 
TOTAL205100.0
725) Want to be better at sports. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510C)
TOTAL%
12) I want to be better at sports and other physical activities110100.0
Missing10039 
TOTAL110100.0
726) Get teased about my weight. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510D)
TOTAL%
13) I get teased about my weight37100.0
Missing10112 
TOTAL37100.0
727) Think my clothes will fit better. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510E)
TOTAL%
14) I think my clothes will fit better55100.0
Missing10094 
TOTAL55100.0
728) Think boys will like me better. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510F)
TOTAL%
15) I think boys will like me better6100.0
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
729) Think girls will like me better. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510G)
TOTAL%
16) I think girls will like me better12100.0
Missing10137 
TOTAL12100.0
730) Friends are trying to lose weight. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510H)
TOTAL%
17) My friends are trying to lose weight10100.0
Missing10139 
TOTAL10100.0
731) Someone in family trying to lose weight. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510I)
TOTAL%
18) Someone in my family is trying to lose weight20100.0
Missing10129 
TOTAL20100.0
732) Mother/father wants me to lose weight. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510J)
TOTAL%
19) My mother or father wants me to lose weight48100.0
Missing10101 
TOTAL48100.0
733) Teacher/coach wants me to lose weight. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510K)
TOTAL%
20) My teacher or coach wants me to lose weight3100.0
Missing10146 
TOTAL3100.0
734) Health professional wants me lose weight. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510L)
TOTAL%
21) A doctor/nurse/health professional wants me to lose weight20100.0
Missing10129 
TOTAL20100.0
735) Want to be skinny/because I'm overweight. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510P)
TOTAL%
26) I want to be skinny/I don't want to be fat/I'm overweight55100.0
Missing10094 
TOTAL55100.0
736) Want to feel good/better about self. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510N)
TOTAL%
24) I want to feel good/better about myself7100.0
Missing10142 
TOTAL7100.0
737) Other reason. [Why are you trying to lose weight? Check all that apply.] (WHQ510U)
TOTAL%
30) Other reason19100.0
Missing10130 
TOTAL19100.0
738) How often tried to lose weight. [In the past year, how often have you tried to lose weight? Would you say...] (WHQ520)
TOTAL%
1) Never63947.9
2) Someone54440.7
3) A lot15011.2
9) Don't know20.1
Missing8814 
TOTAL1335100.0
739) Been on a diet to lose weight. [In the past year, how often have you been on a diet to lose weight? Would you say...] (WHQ530)
TOTAL%
1) Never38555.3
2) Sometimes26437.9
3) A lot456.5
9) Don't know20.3
Missing9453 
TOTAL696100.0
740) Starved to lose weight. [In the past year, how often have you starved (not eaten) for a day or more to lose weight? Would you say...] (WHQ540)
TOTAL%
1) Never53476.8
2) Sometimes13819.9
3) A lot192.7
9) Don't know40.6
Missing9454 
TOTAL695100.0
741) Cut back on eating to lose weight. [In the past year, how often have you cut back on what you ate to lose weight? Would you say...] (WHQ550)
TOTAL%
1) Never18927.2
2) Sometimes41559.7
3) A lot8612.4
9) Don't know50.7
Missing9454 
TOTAL695100.0
742) Skipped meals to lose weight. [In the past year, how often have you skipped meals to lose weight? Would you say...] (WHQ560)
TOTAL%
1) Never42561.2
2) Sometimes22932.9
3) A lot375.3
9) Don't know40.6
Missing9454 
TOTAL695100.0
743) Exercised to lose weight. [In the past year, how often have you exercised to lose weight? Would you say...] (WHQ570)
TOTAL%
1) Never446.3
2) Sometimes35250.6
3) A lot29642.6
9) Don't know30.4
Missing9454 
TOTAL695100.0
744) Eaten less sweets or fatty foods. [In the past year, how often have you eaten less sweets or fatty foods to lose weight? Would you say...] (WHQ580)
TOTAL%
1) Never12718.3
2) Sometimes44163.5
3) A lot12217.6
9) Don't know50.7
Missing9454 
TOTAL695100.0
745) [Questionnaire: Weight History, 16 Years and Older] Current self-reported height (inches). [These next questions ask about [your/SP's] height and weight at different times in [your/his/her] life. How tall [are you/is SP] without shoes? English Instructions: ENTER HEIGHT IN FEET AND INCHES OR METERS AND CENTIMETERS] (WHD010)
TOTAL%
53) 5380.1
54) 5440.1
55) 5560.1
56) 56110.2
57) 57160.2
58) 58310.5
59) 591191.8
60) 602253.5
61) 612884.5
62) 624436.9
63) 634957.7
64) 645548.6
65) 655228.1
66) 665809.0
67) 675728.9
68) 684877.6
69) 694436.9
70) 703675.7
71) 713655.7
72) 723345.2
73) 732033.1
74) 741422.2
75) 75751.2
76) 76440.7
77) 77140.2
78) 7880.1
79) 7940.1
80) 8020.0
81) 8110.0
7777) Refused20.0
9999) Don't know801.2
Missing3704 
TOTAL6445100.0
746) Current self-reported weight (pounds). [How much [do you/does SP] weigh without clothes or shoes? English Instructions: RECORD CURRENT WEIGHT. IF PREGNANT, ASK FOR WEIGHT BEFORE PREGNANCY. ENTER WEIGHT IN POUNDS OR KILOGRAMS.] (WHD020)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6460251.385857
747) How do you consider your weight? [[Do you/Does SP] consider [your/his/her]self now to be... [If [you are/she is] currently pregnant, what did [you/she] consider [your/her]self to be before [you were/she was] pregnant?]] (WHQ030)
TOTAL%
1) Overweight327650.4
2) Underweight3876.0
3) About the right weight283043.5
7) Refuse10.0
9) Don't know100.2
Missing3645 
TOTAL6504100.0
748) Like to weigh more, less or same. [Would [you/SP] like to weight...] (WHQ040)
TOTAL%
1) More5578.6
2) Less381658.7
3) Stay about the same212932.7
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing3645 
TOTAL6504100.0
749) How much would like to weigh (pounds). [How much [would you/would SP] like to weigh? English Instructions: ENTER NUMBER OF POUNDS] (WHD045)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4361570.8686402
750) Self-reported weight -- 1 year ago (pounds). [How much did [you/SP] weigh a year ago? English Instructions: ENTER WEIGHT IN POUNDS OR KILOGRAMS. IF PREGNANT, ASK FOR WEIGHT BEFORE PREGNANCY] (WHD050)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6464312.6721151
751) Weight change intentional. [Was the change between [your/SP's] current weight and [your/his/her] weight a year ago intentional?] (WHQ060)
TOTAL%
1) Yes72459.0
2) No50140.8
9) Don't know20.2
Missing8922 
TOTAL1227100.0
752) Tried to lose weight in past year. [During the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] tried to lose weight?] (WHQ070)
TOTAL%
1) Yes185932.2
2) No391867.8
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know20.0
Missing4369 
TOTAL5780100.0
753) Ate less to lose weight. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080A)
TOTAL%
10) Ate less food (amount)1699100.0
Missing8450 
TOTAL1699100.0
754) Switched to foods with lower calories. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080B)
TOTAL%
11) Switched to foods with lower calories971100.0
Missing9178 
TOTAL971100.0
755) Ate less fat to lose weight. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080C)
TOTAL%
12) Ate less fat1170100.0
Missing8979 
TOTAL1170100.0
756) Exercised to lose weight. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080D)
TOTAL%
13) Exercised1519100.0
Missing8630 
TOTAL1519100.0
757) Skipped meals. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080E)
TOTAL%
14) Skipped meals462100.0
Missing9687 
TOTAL462100.0
758) Ate diet foods or products. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080F)
TOTAL%
15) Ate 'diet' foods or products273100.0
Missing9876 
TOTAL273100.0
759) Used a liquid diet formula. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080G)
TOTAL%
16) Used a liquid diet formula such as slimfast or optifast104100.0
Missing10045 
TOTAL104100.0
760) Joined a weight loss program. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080H)
TOTAL%
17) Joined a weight loss program such as Weight Watchers124100.0
Missing10025 
TOTAL124100.0
761) Took prescription diet pills. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080I)
TOTAL%
31) Took prescription diet pills69100.0
Missing10080 
TOTAL69100.0
762) Took non-RX suppl. to lose weight. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080J)
TOTAL%
32) Took non-RX suppl.149100.0
Missing10000 
TOTAL149100.0
763) Took laxatives or vomited. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080K)
TOTAL%
33) Took laxatives or vomited20100.0
Missing10129 
TOTAL20100.0
764) Other. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080L)
TOTAL%
40) Other47100.0
Missing10102 
TOTAL47100.0
765) Drank a lot of water. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080M)
TOTAL%
34) Drank a lot of water1029100.0
Missing9120 
TOTAL1029100.0
766) Followed a special diet. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080N)
TOTAL%
30) Followed a special diet121100.0
Missing10028 
TOTAL121100.0
767) Ate fewer carbohydrates. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080O)
TOTAL%
41) Ate fewer carbohydrates684100.0
Missing9465 
TOTAL684100.0
768) Started to smoke or began to smoke again. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080P)
TOTAL%
42) Started to smoke or began to smoke again19100.0
Missing10130 
TOTAL19100.0
769) Ate more fruits, vegetables, salads. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080Q)
TOTAL%
43) Ate more fruits, vegetables, salads10100.0
Missing10139 
TOTAL10100.0
770) Changed eating habits. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply. Change eating habits -- didn't eat late at night, ate less junk/fast food, ate several small meals/day, etc.] (WHD080R)
TOTAL%
44) Changed eating habits16100.0
Missing10133 
TOTAL16100.0
771) Ate less sugar, candy, sweets. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight? Code all that apply.] (WHD080S)
TOTAL%
45) Ate less sugar, candy, sweets29100.0
Missing10120 
TOTAL29100.0
772) Seek help from a health professional. [In the past 12 months, [did you/did SP] seek help from a personal trainer, dietitian, nutritionist, doctor or other health professional to lose weight?] (WHQ270)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2529.8
2) No233190.2
Missing7566 
TOTAL2583100.0
773) Was that a personal trainer? (WHQ280A)
TOTAL%
1) Personal trainer81100.0
Missing10068 
TOTAL81100.0
774) Was that a dietitian? (WHQ280B)
TOTAL%
2) Dietitian40100.0
Missing10109 
TOTAL40100.0
775) Was that a nutritionist? (WHQ280C)
TOTAL%
3) Nutritionist50100.0
Missing10099 
TOTAL50100.0
776) Was that a doctor? (WHQ280D)
TOTAL%
4) Doctor85100.0
Missing10064 
TOTAL85100.0
777) Was that an other health professional? (WHQ280E)
TOTAL%
5) Other health professional21100.0
Missing10128 
TOTAL21100.0
778) Tried not to gain weight in past year. [During the past 12 months, [have you/has SP] done anything to keep from gaining weight?] (WHQ090)
TOTAL%
1) Yes54113.8
2) No337886.2
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing6228 
TOTAL3921100.0
779) Ate less food. [What did [you/SP] do to keep from gaining weight?] (WHD100A)
TOTAL%
10) Ate less food (amount)239100.0
Missing9910 
TOTAL239100.0
780) Switched to foods with lower calories. [What did [you/SP] do to keep from gaining weight?] (WHD100B)
TOTAL%
11) Switched to foods with lower calories139100.0
Missing10010 
TOTAL139100.0
781) Ate less fat. [What did [you/SP] do to keep from gaining weight?] (WHD100C)
TOTAL%
12) Ate less fat196100.0
Missing9953 
TOTAL196100.0
782) Exercised. [What did [you/SP] do to keep from gaining weight?] (WHD100D)
TOTAL%
13) Exercised257100.0
Missing9892 
TOTAL257100.0
783) Skipped meals. [What did [you/SP] do to keep from gaining weight?] (WHD100E)
TOTAL%
14) Skipped meals56100.0
Missing10093 
TOTAL56100.0
784) Ate diet foods or products. [What did [you/SP] do to keep from gaining weight?] (WHD100F)
TOTAL%
15) Ate 'diet' foods or products19100.0
Missing10130 
TOTAL19100.0
785) Used liquid diet formula. [What did [you/SP] do to keep from gaining weight?] (WHD100G)
TOTAL%
16) Used a liquid diet formula such as SlimFast or Optifast8100.0
Missing10141 
TOTAL8100.0
786) Took non-prescription diet pills. [What did [you/SP] do to keep from gaining weight?] (WHD100J)
TOTAL%
32) Took pills/meds/herbs/supplements, do not need prescription6100.0
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
787) Other. [What did [you/SP] do to keep from gaining weight?] (WHD100L)
TOTAL%
40) Other4100.0
Missing10145 
TOTAL4100.0
788) Drank a lot of water. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight?] (WHD100M)
TOTAL%
34) Drank a lot of water126100.0
Missing10023 
TOTAL126100.0
789) Followed a special diet. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight?] (WHD100N)
TOTAL%
30) Followed a special diet6100.0
Missing10143 
TOTAL6100.0
790) Ate fewer carbohydrates. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight?] (WHD100O)
TOTAL%
41) Ate fewer carbohydrates95100.0
Missing10054 
TOTAL95100.0
791) Started to smoke or began to smoke again. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight?] (WHD100P)
TOTAL%
42) Started to smoke or began to smoke again5100.0
Missing10144 
TOTAL5100.0
792) Ate more fruits, vegetables, salads. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight?] (WHD100Q)
TOTAL%
43) Ate more fruits, vegetables, salads3100.0
Missing10146 
TOTAL3100.0
793) Changed eating habits. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight?] (WHD100R)
TOTAL%
44) Changed eating habits8100.0
Missing10141 
TOTAL8100.0
794) Ate less sugar, candy, sweets. [How did [you/SP] try to lose weight?] (WHD100S)
TOTAL%
45) Ate less sugar, candy, sweets3100.0
Missing10146 
TOTAL3100.0
795) Ever tried to lose weight. [Have you/Has SP ever tried to lose weight?] (WHQ210)
TOTAL%
1) Yes109327.9
2) No282572.0
7) Refused10.0
9) Don't know20.1
Missing6228 
TOTAL3921100.0
796) Weight loss most successful (pounds) (WHD220)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL36401040.38610030
797) Self-reported weight -- 10 years ago (pounds). [How much did [you/SP] weigh 10 years ago? [If you don't know [your/his/her] exact weight, please make your best guess.] English Instructions: ENTER WEIGHT IN POUNDS OR KILOGRAMS. IF PREGNANT, ASK FOR WEIGHT BEFORE PREGNANCY.] (WHD110)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4374528.7521844
798) Self-reported weight -- age 25 (pounds). [How much did [you/SP] weigh at age 25? [If you don't know [your/his/her] exact weight, please make your best guess.] If ( you were/she was) pregnant, how much did (you/she) weigh before (your/her) pregnancy? English Instructions: ENTER WEIGHT IN POUNDS OR KILOGRAMS. IF PREGNANT, ASK FOR WEIGHT BEFORE PREGNANCY.] (WHD120)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5181591.3092036
799) Self-reported height -- age 25 (inches). [How tall [were you/was SP] at age 25? [If you don't know [your/his/her] exact height, please make your best guess.] English Instructions: ENTER HEIGHT IN FEET AND INCHES OR METERS AND CENTIMETERS] (WHD130)
TOTAL%
53) 5330.1
54) 5410.0
55) 5540.1
56) 5640.1
57) 5780.3
58) 5880.3
59) 59481.6
60) 60933.1
61) 611043.4
62) 622347.7
63) 631956.4
64) 642638.7
65) 652518.3
66) 662749.1
67) 672528.3
68) 682438.0
69) 692036.7
70) 701665.5
71) 711765.8
72) 721575.2
73) 73852.8
74) 74762.5
75) 75321.1
76) 76190.6
77) 7750.2
78) 7820.1
7777) Refused20.1
9999) Don't know1183.9
Missing7123 
TOTAL3026100.0
800) Self-reported greatest weight (pounds). [Up to the present time, what is the most [you have/SP has] ever weighed? English Instructions: ENTER WEIGHT IN POUNDS OR KILOGRAMS. DO NOT INCLUDE WEIGHT DURING PREGNANCY.] (WHD140)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6163336.7881180
801) Age when heaviest weight. [How old [were you/was SP] then? [If you don't know [your/his/her] exact age, please make your best guess.]] (WHQ150)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6072930.459385