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Scientific Data Documentation
HPDP Person Sample File, 1985
DSN: CC37.NHIS85.SAMP


RECORD LAYOUT

 Tape Locations 1-48

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency            Items and Codes
 __________________________________________________________________________

 1-2                   33,630       RECORD TYPE

                               70.  Health Promotion/Disease Prevention
                                    (Sample Person)

 3-4        -                       PROCESSING YEAR

                       33,630           85.  1985

  5         -                       PROCESSING QUARTER

                        8,376           1.  Quarter 1
                        8,398           2.  Quarter 2
                        8,446           3.  Quarter 3
                        8,410           4.  Quarter 4

 6-8        HH-5                    RANDOM RECODE OF PSU NUMBER

 9-10       HH-5                    WEEK - CENSUS CODE*

                                        01, 21, 41, 61, 81 ... Week 01
                                        02, 22, 42, 62, 82 ... Week 02
                                        03, 23, 43, 63, 83 ... Week 03
                                        04, 24, 44, 64, 84 ... Week 04
                                        05, 25, 45, 65, 85 ... Week 05
                                        06, 26, 46, 66, 86 ... Week 06
                                        07, 27, 47, 67, 87 ... Week 07
                                        08, 28, 48, 68, 88 ... Week 08
                                        09, 29, 49, 69, 89 ... Week 09
                                        10, 30, 50, 70, 90 ... Week 10
                                        11, 31, 51, 71, 91 ... Week 11
                                        12, 32, 52, 72, 92 ... Week 12
                                        13, 33, 53, 73, 93 ... Week 13

 *This code represents the initial week of assignment.  The interview
  may be reassigned for administrative purposes.  See Locations 19-20
  for the code which reflects the actual week assigned for conducting
  the interview.

 11-12      HH-5                    SEGMENT NUMBER

                                    Week plus Segment Number identifies
                                    the segment

 13-14      HH-5                    HOUSEHOLD NUMBER

                                    Numbered within PSU-Week-Segment

 15-16      -                       PERSON NUMBER

 17-18      -                       BLANK (Record Serial Number on other
                                           record types).

 19-20      HH-5                    WEEK CODE (Numbered within Quarter)

                        2,512           Week 01.  01, 21, 41, 61, 81
                        2,480           Week 02.  02, 22, 42, 62, 82
                        2,529           Week 03.  03, 23, 43, 63, 83
                        2,544           Week 04.  04, 24, 44, 64, 84
                        2,571           Week 05.  05, 25, 45, 65, 85
                        2,545           Week 06.  06, 26, 46, 66, 86
                        2,604           Week 07.  07, 27, 47, 67, 87
                        2,897           Week 08.  08, 28, 48, 68, 88
                        2,603           Week 09.  09, 29, 49, 69, 89
                        2,651           Week 10.  10, 30, 50, 70, 90
                        2,557           Week 11.  11, 31, 51, 71, 91
                        2,600           Week 12.  12, 32, 52, 72, 92
                        2,537           Week 13.  13, 33, 53, 73, 93

     21                             BLANK

 22-23      HH-10d                  TYPE OF LIVING QUARTERS:

                                    Housing Unit = (00-07)

                          110     00.  Housing unit; kind unknown
                       31,041     01.  House, apartment, flat
                           39     02.  HU in nontransient hotel, motel,
                                       etc.
                           26     03.  HU-permanent in transient hotel,
                                       motel, etc.
                           24     04.  HU in rooming house
                        1,500     05.  Mobile home or trailer with no
                                       permanent room added
                          229     06.  Mobile home or trailer with one or
                                       more permanent rooms added
                           16     07.  HU not specified above

                                    Other Unit = (08-13)

                           24     08.  Quarters not HU in rooming or
                                       boarding house
                            6     09.  Unit not permanent in transient
                                       hotel, motel, etc.
                            2     10.  Unoccupied site for mobile home,
                                       trailer, or tent
                          471     11.  Student quarters in college
                                       dormitory
                          141     12.  Other unit not specified above
                            1     13.  Other unit; kind unknown

     24     HH-11                   HAS TELEPHONE

                       30,255     1.  Yes, phone number given
                          783     2.  Yes, no phone number given
                        2,486     3.  No
                          106     4.  Unknown

     25     A-1                     SEX

                       14,177     1.  Male
                       19,453     2.  Female

     26     -                       BLANK

 27-28      Person                  AGE
            Column
                            0          00.  Under 1 year
                       33,627       01-98.  Number of years
                            3          99.  99+ years of age

   29       Recode                  AGE RECODE #1

                            0           1.  Under 5 years
                            0           2.  5-17 years
                        4,644           3.  18-24 years
                       14,274           4.  25-44 years
                        8,309           5.  45-64 years
                        2,032           6.  65-69 years
                        1,758           7.  70-74 years
                        2,613           8.  75 years and over

   30       Recode                  AGE RECODE #2

                            0           1.  Under 6 years
                            0           2.  6-16 years
                        4,644           3.  17-24 years
                        8,207           4.  25-34 years
                        6,067           5.  35-44 years
                        4,015           6.  45-54 years
                        4,294           7.  55-64 years
                        3,790           8.  65-74 years
                        2,613           9.  75 years and over

 31-32      Recode                  AGE RECODE #3

                            0       00-35.  Months
                       33,630          36.  Over 3 years

   33       -                       BLANK

 34-39      A-3            MONTH AND YEAR OF BIRTH

 34-35                              Month

                           01.  January     07.  July
                           02.  February    08.  August
                           03.  March       09.  September
                           04.  April       10.  October
                           05.  May         11.  November
                           06.  June        12.  December
                                            99.  DK or refused

 36-39                           Year of Birth

                              1800-1899.  1800-1899
                              1900-1985.  1900-1985
                              9999.  DK or refused

 40-41                              BLANK

   42       L-3         MAIN RACIAL BACKGROUND - Reported

                          171           1.  Aleut, Eskimo, or American Indian
                          548           2.  Asian/Pacific Islander
                        4,855           3.  Black
                       27,706           4.  White
                          263           5.  Other
                           31           6.  Multiple race
                           56           7.  Unknown

 43-45      Recode                  RACE RECODES

   43                           RECODE 1

                       28,006           1.  White
                        4,873           2.  Black
                          751           3.  Other

   44                           RECODE 2

                       28,006           1.  White
                        5,624           2.  Non-white

   45                           RECODE 3

                        4,873           1.  Black
                       28,757           2.  Non-black

 46-47      L-4                 HISPANIC ORIGIN

                           20           00.  Multiple Hispanic
                          245           01.  Puerto Rican
                          136           02.  Cuban
                          357           03.  Mexican-Mexicano
                          491           04.  Mexican-American
                           18           05.  Chicano
                          180           06.  Other Latin American
                          274           07.  Other Spanish
                           53           08.  Spanish, DK type
                          122           09.  Unknown if Spanish origin
                       31,734           10.  Not Spanish origin

   48       L-7                MARITAL STATUS

                            0           0.  Under 14 years
                       17,987           1.  Married - spouse in household
                          354           2.  Married - spouse not in household
                        3,985           3.  Widowed
                        3,440           4.  Divorced
                        1,092           5.  Separated
                        6,716           6.  Never married
                           56           7.  Unknown
 Tape Locations 49-68

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency            Items and Codes
 __________________________________________________________________________

   49       L-1                     VETERAN STATUS

                       27,969           1.  Non-veteran
                           42           2.  WW I
                        1,788           3.  WW II
                          797           4.  Korean War
                        1,611           5.  Vietnam veteran
                          303           6.  Post-Vietnam
                          717           7.  Other service
                          123           8.  Served in Armed Forces,
                                            unknown if war veteran
                          280           9.  Unknown if served in Armed
                                            Forces
                            0       Blank.  Under 18 years of age

   50       L-1      ACTIVE GUARD/RESERVE STATUS FOR PERSONS ON
                            ACTIVE DUTY IN ARMED FORCES

                       27,969     0.  Non-veteran
                          361     1.  All service in Guard/Reserve
                          793     2.  Some service in Guard/Reserve
                            9     3.  Unknown if all service in
                                      Guard/Reserve
                        3,987     4.  No active service in Guard/Reserve
                          511     5.  Unknown if ever active member in
                                      Guard/Reserve or served in Armed
                                      Forces
                            0     Blank.  Under 18 years of age

 51-52      L-2         EDUCATION OF INDIVIDUAL - COMPLETED YEARS

                          153     00.  Never attended; kindergarten only
                       21,126   01-12.  Grades 1-12

                                    College:

                        2,359          13.  1 year
                        2,873          14.  2 years
                        1,171          15.  3 years
                        3,260          16.  4 years
                          827          17.  5 years
                        1,750          18.  6 years or more
                          111          19.  Unknown
                            0       Blank.  Under 5 years of age

   53       Recode       EDUCATION OF INDIVIDUAL RECODE

                          153           0.  None; kindergarten only
                        3,993           1.  1-8 years (elementary)
                        4,527           2.  9-11 years (high school)
                       12,606           3.  12 years (high school graduate)
                        6,403           4.  1-3 years (college)
                        3,260           5.  4 years (college graduate)
                        2,577           6.  5+ years (post-college)
                          111           7.  Unknown
                            0       Blank.  Under 5 years of age

 54-55      -     HIGHEST EDUCATION OF RESPONSIBLE ADULT FAMILY
                                MEMBER - (Detail)

                           93     00.  Never attended; kindergarten only
                       18,629     01-12.  Grades 1-12

                                    College:

                        2,442           13.  1 year
                        3,325           14.  2 years
                        1,330           15.  3 years
                        4,086           16.  4 years
                        1,078           17.  5 years
                        2,583           18.  6 years or more
                           64           19.  Unknown

   56       -      HIGHEST EDUCATION OF RESPONSIBLE ADULT FAMILY
                                  MEMBER - Recode

                           93           0.  None; kindergarten only
                        2,903           1.  1-8 years (elementary)
                        3,594           2.  9-11 years (high school)
                       12,132           3.  12 years (high school graduate)
                        7,097           4.  1-3 years (college)
                        4,086           5.  4 years (college graduate)
                        3,661           6.  5+ years (post-college)
                           64           7.  Unknown

   57       L-8                     FAMILY INCOME $20,000 OR MORE

                       16,464           1.  Less than $20,000
                       16,091           2.  $20,000 or more
                        1,075           3.  Unknown

 58-59      L-8                     FAMILY INCOME

                          416           00.  Less than  $1,000
                          454           01.  $ 1,000 - $ 1,999
                          570           02.    2,000 -   2,999
                          823           03.    3,000 -   3,999
                          916           04.    4,000 -   4,999
                          891           05.    5,000 -   5,999
                          917           06.    6,000 -   6,999
                          807           07.    7,000 -   7,999
                          721           08.    8,000 -   8,999
                          873           09.    9,000 -   9,999
                        1,025           10.   10,000 -  10,999
                          623           11.   11,000 -  11,999
                          986           12.   12,000 -  12,999
                          569           13.   13,000 -  13,999
                          605           14.   14,000 -  14,999
                          828           15.   15,000 -  15,999
                          640           16.   16,000 -  16,999
                          612           17.   17,000 -  17,999
                          743           18.   18,000 -  18,999
                          883           19.   19,000 -  19,999
                        3,196           20.   20,000 -  24,999
                        2,822           21.   25,000 -  29,999
                        2,498           22.   30,000 -  34,999
                        1,652           23.   35,000 -  39,999
                        1,387           24.   40,000 -  44,999
                          958           25.   45,000 -  49,999
                        2,528           26.  $50,000 and over
                        3,687           27.  Unknown

   60       Recode                  FAMILY INCOME RECODE

                        3,179           0.  Under $5,000
                        1,808           1.  $ 5,000 - $ 6,999
                        2,401           2.    7,000 -   9,999
                        3,808           3.   10,000 -  14,999
                        3,706           4.   15,000 -  19,999
                        3,196           5.   20,000 -  24,999
                        5,320           6.   25,000 -  34,999
                        3,997           7.   35,000 -  49,999
                        2,528           8.  $50,000 or more
                        3,687           9.  Unknown

   61       Generated               NHIS POVERTY INDEX*

                       25,328           1.  Above poverty threshold
                        4,615           2.  Below poverty threshold
                        3,687           3.  Unknown

 62-63                              FAMILY RELATIONSHIP

   62       A-2                     TYPE OF FAMILY
                        8,700           &.  Primary individual
                        1,319           -.  Secondary individual
                       23,548           0.  Primary family
                           63         1-9.  Secondary family

   63       A-2                RELATIONSHIP TO REFERENCE PERSON
                        8,324     &.  Reference person, living alone
                       13,373     0.  Reference person, 2+ persons in
                                      household
                        9,066     1.  Spouse, other spouse NOT in Armed
                                      Forces and living at home
                          251     2.  Spouse, other spouse IN Armed Forces
                                      and living at home
                        1,947     3.  Child of reference person or spouse
                           65     4.  Grandchild of reference person or
                                      spouse
                          156     5.  Parent of reference person or spouse
                          448     6.  Other relative
                            0     7.  Child of ineligible reference person
                            0     9.  DK or refused

 *Based on family size, number of children under 18 years of age & family
  income using the 1984 poverty levels derived from the August, 1985
  Current Population Survey.

   64       Recode                  FAMILY RELATIONSHIP RECODE

                        8,324     1.  Living alone
                        1,695     2.  Living only with non-relative
                       17,962     3.  Living with spouse
                        5,649     4.  Living with relative - other

 65-66      Generated               SIZE OF FAMILY*
                                    Unrelated individuals are coded 01

   67       Generated               SIZE OF FAMILY RECODE

                                        1-8.  Number of members
                                          9.  9+ members

   68       A-2             PARENT/OTHER ADULT RELATIVE (under 25 years
                                    old and never married)

                          596     1.  Both parents, no other relative
                          267     2.  Mother only
                           50     3.  Father only
                          224     4.  Both parents and other 21+ year old
                                      adult relative
                          110     5.  Mother and other 21+ year old adult
                                      relative
                           15     6.  Father and other 21+ year old adult
                                      relative
                           88     7.  No parent, but one 21+ year old adult
                                      relative
                           56     8.  No parent, but two or more 21+ year
                                      old adult relatives
                          204     9.  Unknown
                        1,577     0.  Other
                       30,443   Blank.  Not applicable (25+ years old or
                                            ever married)

 *Count includes spouse in military but living at home.

 Tape Locations 69-111

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency            Items and Codes
 __________________________________________________________________________

   69       B-1                     MAJOR ACTIVITY (18+ years old)
            B-8
                       18,991           1.  Working
                        8,256           2.  Keeping house
                        2,043           3.  Going to school
                        4,092           4.  Something else
                          248           5.  Unknown
                            0       Blank.  Not applicable (Under 18 years)

   70       G-4                     HEALTH STATUS

                       11,159           1.  Excellent
                        9,247           2.  Very Good
                        8,274           3.  Good
                        3,490           4.  Fair
                        1,358           5.  Poor
                          102           6.  Unknown

   71       Recode      ACTIVITY LIMITATION STATUS - (all ages)

                        1,650     1.  Unable to perform major activity
                        2,501     2.  Limited in kind/amount major activit
                        2,163     3.  Limited in other activities
                       27,316     4.  Not limited (includes unknowns)

   72       Recode       ACTIVITY LIMITATION STATUS MEASURED BY
                             "ABILITY TO WORK" (18-69 years)

                        2,083           1.  Unable to work
                        1,515           2.  Limited in kind/amount of work
                        1,072           3.  Limited in other activities
                       24,589           4.  Not limited (includes unknowns)
                        4,371       Blank.  Not applicable
                                            (under 18 years, 70+ years)

   73       B-11       LIMITATION OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES (5-17 years)

                            0     1.  Unable to attend school
                            0     2.  Attends special school/classes
                            0     3.  Needs special school/classes
                            0     4.  Limited in school attendance
                            0     5.  Limited in other activities
                            0     6.  Not limited (includes unknowns)
                       33,630  Blank.  Not applicable (under 5 years or 18+
                                            years)

   74       B-14       NEEDS HELP WITH PERSONAL CARE (5-59 years old
                              and limited, or age 60-69 years)*

                          160     1.  Unable to perform personal care need
                          574     2.  Limited in performing other routine
                                      needs
                        6,378     3.  Not limited in performing personal o
                                      routine needs
                          147     4.  Unknown
                       26,371  Blank.  Not applicable (under 5 years; 5-59
                                       years not limited; 70+ years old)

   75       D-1         EMPLOYMENT STATUS IN PAST 2 WEEKS (18+ years)

                               In the Labor Force: (1-7)

                               Currently employed: (1-3)
                       19,585     1.  Worked in past 2 weeks
                          482     2.  Did not work, has job; not on lay-of
                                      and not looking for work
                           19     3.  Did not work, has job; looking for
                                       work
                                Unemployed: (4-7)
                           75     4.  Did not work, has job; on lay-off
                            6     5.  Did not work, has job; on lay-off
                                      and looking for work
                          207     6.  Did not work, has job; unknown if
                                      looking or on lay-off
                        1,045     7.  Did not work, no job; looking for
                                      work or on lay-off

                                 Not in Labor Force (18+ years): (8)
                       12,211     8.  Not in Labor Force (18+ years)
                            0  Blank.  Not applicable (Under 18 years old)

 *For persons 70+ years, codes 1 and 2 in loc. 71 correspond to codes
  1 and 2 in loc. 74.

   76       L-6                     CLASS OF WORKER

                       12,211           0.  Not in labor force
                       15,285           1.  Private company
                          704           2.  Federal Government employee
                          891           3.  State Government employee
                        1,794           4.  Local Government employee
                          510           5.  Incorporated business
                        1,810           6.  Self-employed
                           84           7.  Without pay
                           74           8.  Never worked
                          267           9.  Unknown
                            0       Blank.  Under 18

 77-79      L-6                     INDUSTRY DETAIL CODE

                       21,419       010-996.  Code number
                       12,211         Blank.  Not applicable

 80-81      Recode                  INDUSTRY RECODE 1
                                    SEE APPENDIX B

 82-83      Recode                  INDUSTRY RECODE 2
                                    SEE APPENDIX B

 84-86      L-6                     OCCUPATION DETAIL CODE

                       21,419       003-999.  Code number
                       12,211         Blank.  Not applicable

 87-88      Recode                  OCCUPATION RECODE 1
                                    SEE APPENDIX C

 89-90      Recode                  OCCUPATION RECODE 2
                                    SEE APPENDIX C

   91       L-R                     RESPONDENT*

                            0           0.  Under 17
                       25,872           1.  Self-entirely
                        1,703           2.  Self-partly
                        5,900           3.  Proxy
                          155           4.  Unknown

   92       Recode            CONDITION LIST ASSIGNED AND ASKED

                        5,621     1.  Condition List 1, Skin and
                                      musculoskeletal
                        5,557     2.  Condition List 2, Impairments
                        5,556     3.  Condition List 3, Digestive
                        5,554     4.  Condition List 4, Miscellaneous
                        5,505     5.  Condition List 5, Circulatory
                        5,656     6.  Condition List 6, Respiratory
                          181     7.  Unknown

 93-94      G-5             HEIGHT WITHOUT SHOES (18+ years)

                                36-98.  Number of inches
                                   99.  Unknown
                               Blank.  Under 18 years of age

 95-97      G-5             WEIGHT WITHOUT SHOES (18+ years)

                               050-500.  Number of pounds
                                     501.  Unknown
                               Blank.  Under 18 years of age

 98-99      Recode     TOTAL RESTRICTED ACTIVITY DAYS IN PAST TWO
                                    WEEKS

                       29,782          00.  None
                        3,848       01-14.  Days

 *For basic questionnaire only.  HPDP questions were answered by the
  sample person.

 100-101    D-4         BED DAYS IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                       31,511          00.  None
                        2,119       01-14.  Days

 102-103    D-2        WORK-LOSS DAYS IN PAST TWO WEEKS (control on
                                 Currently Employed, 75:1-3)

                       32,344          00.  None
                        1,286       01-14.  Days

 104-105    D-3       SCHOOL-LOSS DAYS IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                       33,630          00.  None
                            0       01-14.  Days

 106-107    D-6      OTHER DAYS OF RESTRICTED ACTIVITY IN PAST
                              TWO WEEKS

                       31,573          00.  None
                        2,057       01-14.  Days

 108-110    G-2        BED DAYS IN PAST 12 MONTHS

                       18,620           000.  None
                       14,792       001-365.  1-365 days
                          218           366.  Unknown

   111      Recode     BED DAYS IN PAST 12 MONTHS - Recode

                       18,620           0.  None
                       10,395           1.  1-7 days
                        3,170           2.  8-30 days
                        1,005           3.  31-180 days
                          222           4.  181-365 days
                          218           5.  Unknown

 Tape Locations 112-335

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency            Items and Codes
 __________________________________________________________________________

 112-114    G-3       DOCTOR VISITS IN PAST 12 MONTHS

                        8,511           000.  None
                       25,013       001-996.  Visits
                            0           997.  997+ visits
                          106           998.  Unknown

   115      G-3      INTERVAL SINCE LAST DOCTOR VISIT

                           31           0.  Never
                       25,291           1.  Less than 1 year
                        3,142           2.  1 to less than 2 years
                        3,518           3.  2 to less than 5 years
                        1,384           4.  5 years or more
                          264           5.  Unknown

 116-117    Generated               NUMBER OF CONDITIONS

 118-119    Generated               NUMBER OF ACUTE INCIDENCE CONDITIONS

 120-121    Generated               NUMBER OF TWO-WEEK DOCTOR VISITS

 122-123    Generated               NUMBER OF SHORT-STAY HOSPITAL EPISODES
                                    IN PAST 12 MONTHS

 124-126    Generated               SHORT-STAY HOSPITAL EPISODE DAYS IN
                                    PAST 12 MONTHS

 127-128    Generated               NUMBER OF SHORT-STAY HOSPITAL EPISODES
                                    IN PAST 12 MONTHS EXCLUDING DELIVERY*

 129-131    Generated               SHORT-STAY HOSPITAL EPISODE DAYS IN PAST
                                    12 MONTHS EXCLUDING DELIVERY*

 *Based on operation codes and reason entered hospital.

 132-133    Generated               NUMBER OF SHORT-STAY HOSPITAL DISCHARGES
                                    IN PAST 6 MONTHS

 134-136    Generated               NUMBER OF DAYS IN SHORT-STAY HOSPITAL
                                    IN PAST 12 MONTHS FOR DISCHARGES IN
                                    PAST 6 MONTHS

 137-138    Generated               NUMBER OF SHORT-STAY HOSPITAL DISCHARGES
                                    IN PAST 6 MONTHS EXCLUDING DELIVERY*

 139-141    Generated               NUMBER OF DAYS IN SHORT-STAY HOSPITAL
                                    IN PAST 12 MONTHS FOR DISCHARGES IN
                                    PAST 6 MONTHS EXCLUDING DELIVERY*

 142-181       -                    BLANK

   182      Master                  REGION
            Record
                        7,148           1.  Northeast
                        8,546           2.  North Central
                       11,233           3.  South
                        6,703           4.  West

   183      Master                  GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION
            Record
                                      1-4.  MSA Size

                       13,672           1.  1,000,000 or more
                        8,726           2.    250,000 - 999,999
                        2,320           3.    100,000 - 249,999
                          542           4.  Under 100,000
                        8,370       Blank.

   184                              BLANK

 *Based on operation codes and reason entered hospital.

   185      Master                  TYPE OF PSU
            Record
                       17,843           1.  MSA - Self-representing
                        7,417           3.  MSA - Nonself-representing
                            9           4.  Non-MSA - Self-representing
                        8,361           6.  Non-MSA - Nonself-representing

   186      Recode                  MSA - NON-MSA RESIDENCE

                       11,785           1.  MSA - Central City
                       13,475           2.  MSA - Not Central City
                        7,893           3.  Non-MSA - Nonfarm
                          477           4.  Non-MSA - Farm

 187-189                            PSEUDO PSU CODES

 190-200              CHRONIC CONDITION PREVALENCE AND INCIDENCE
                      FACTOR (XX.XXXXXXXXX) - character format with
                                    implied decimal

                          FINAL BASIC WEIGHT

 201-209                            QUARTER

 210-218                            SEMI-ANNUAL (WT/2)

 219-227                            ANNUAL (WT/4)

                          6.5 WEIGHT

 228-236                           QUARTER, SEMI-ANNUAL, AND ANNUAL

                          ESTIMATED RESTRICTED ACTIVITY DAYS IN PAST
                                    2 WEEKS

 237-245                           QUARTER, SEMI-ANNUAL AND ANNUAL

                          ESTIMATED BED DAYS IN PAST 2 WEEKS

 246-254                           QUARTER, SEMI-ANNUAL AND ANNUAL

                          ESTIMATED WORK-LOSS DAYS IN PAST 2 WEEKS
                          (control on Currently Employed, 75:1-3)

 255-263                           QUARTER, SEMI-ANNUAL AND ANNUAL

                          ESTIMATED SCHOOL-LOSS DAYS IN PAST 2 WEEKS

 264-272                           QUARTER, SEMI-ANNUAL AND ANNUAL

                          ESTIMATED DOCTOR VISITS IN PAST 12 MONTHS

 273-281                           QUARTER

 282-290                            SEMI-ANNUAL

 291-299                            ANNUAL

                          ESTIMATED SHORT-STAY HOSPITAL EPISODE DAYS
                               IN PAST 12 MONTHS

 300-308                            QUARTER

 309-317                            SEMI-ANNUAL

 318-326                            ANNUAL

 327-335             ANNUAL ESTIMATED NUMBER OF SHORT-STAY
                      HOSPITAL EPISODES IN PAST 12 MONTHS

 Section N-General Health Habits (Locs. 336-363)

   Tape
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                        SECT. N.  GENERAL HEALTH HABITS

   336         1                    HOW OFTEN EAT BREAKFAST

                       18,647           1.  Almost every day
                        6,731           2.  Sometimes
                        8,069           3.  Rarely or never
                          183           9.  DK or Refused

   337         2                    HOW OFTEN EAT BETWEEN MEALS

                       12,621           1.  Almost every day
                       10,870           2.  Sometimes
                        9,857           3.  Rarely or never
                          282           9.  DK or Refused

   338         3   EATING PROPER FOODS DISCUSSED WITH DOCTOR

                        3,374           1.  Often
                        5,438           2.  Sometimes
                       21,313           3.  Rarely or never
                        3,174           4.  Don't visit for routine care
                          331           9.  DK or Refused

 339-340       4a                   HEIGHT IN INCHES

                       33,295       12-97.  Inches
                            0          98.  98+ Inches
                          335          99.  DK or Refused

 341-343    4b                      WEIGHT WITHOUT SHOES

                       33,063       050-500.  50-500 pounds
                            0           501.  501+ pounds
                          567           999.  DK or Refused

                           TWO BEST WAYS TO LOSE WEIGHT

   344      5                       FIRST WAY

                        9,938           1.  Don't eat at bedtime
                       20,791           2.  Eat fewer calories
                          202           3.  Take diet pills
                        1,336           4.  Increase physical activity
                          206           5.  Eat NO fat
                           26           6.  Eat grapefruit with each meal
                           24           7.  Written entries
                        1,107           9.  DK or Refused

   345      5                       Second Way

                            1           1.  Don't eat at bedtime
                        4,025           2.  Eat fewer calories
                          358           3.  Take diet pills
                       22,588           4.  Increase physical activity
                        3,609           5.  Eat NO fat
                        1,464           6.  Eat grapefruit with each meal
                           31           7.  Written entries
                        1,554           9.  DK or Refused/only 1 way
                                            mentioned

   346      6                       TRYING TO LOSE WEIGHT

                       11,838           1.  Yes
                       21,578           2.  No
                          214           9.  DK or Refused

   347      7            LOSE WEIGHT BY EATING FEWER
                             CALORIES (loc. 346:1)

                        9,549           1.  Yes
                        2,212           2.  No
                           77           9.  DK or Refused
                       21,792       Blank.  NA

   348      8          LOSE WEIGHT BY INCREASED PHYSICAL
                              ACTIVITY (loc. 346:1)

                        6,703           1.  Yes
                        5,077           2.  No
                           58           9.  DK or Refused
                       21,792       Blank.  NA

   349      9a                      HOW YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF

                       15,339           1.  Overweight
                        1,977           2.  Underweight
                       16,026           3.  About right
                          288           9.  DK or Refused

   350      9b           HOW MUCH OVERWEIGHT (loc. 349:1)

                        2,852     1.  Very overweight
                        5,527     2.  Somewhat overweight
                        6,821     3.  Only a little overweight
                          139     9.  DK or refused how much overweight
                       18,291       Blank.  NA

 351-352    10                      NUMBER OF HOURS SLEEP

                       33,239       00-24.  0-24 hours of sleep
                          391          99.  DK or Refused

   353      11                      GO TO USUAL PLACE OF CARE

                       26,273           1.  Yes
                        7,174           2.  No
                          183           9.  DK or Refused

   354      12         KIND OF PLACE USUALLY GO FOR CARE

                       21,363           1.  Doctor's office
                        1,793           2.  Hospital outpatient clinic
                           20           3.  Sample person's home
                          200           4.  Hospital emergency room
                          212           5.  Company or industry clinic
                        1,204           6.  Health center
                        1,304           8.  Other (includes KNOWN HMO's)
                          177           9.  DK or Refused
                        7,357       Blank.  NA (no particular source)

   355      13       ONE PARTICULAR DOCTOR AT USUAL PLACE

                       22,324           1.  Yes
                        3,879           2.  No
                           70           9.  DK or Refused
                        7,357       Blank.  NA (no particular source)

   356      14               MAIN REASON NO PARTICULAR PLACE

                          582     1.  Have two or more usual doctors or
                                      places depending on what i  s wrong
                        4,403     2.  Haven't needed a doctor
                          417     3.  Previous doctor no longer available
                          261     4.  Haven't been able to find the right
                                      doctor
                          718     5.  Recently moved to area
                          418     6.  Can't afford medical care
                          333     7.  Other reason
                           42     8.  DK, refused reason but no particular
                                      source
                          183     9.  DK or Refused if has particular
                                      source
                       26,273  Blank.  NA (has particular source)

 357-358    15             TIME SINCE LAST PAP SMEAR

                        8,567          00.  Less than 1 year
                        8,916       01-96.  1-96 years
                            0          97.  97+ years
                        1,333          98.  Never
                          637          99.  DK or Refused
                       14,177       Blank.  NA (males)

 359-360    16a                     TIME SINCE LAST BREAST EXAM

                        9,559          00.  Less than 1 year
                        7,989       01-96.  1-96 years
                            0          97.  97+ years
                        1,405          98.  Never
                          500          99.  DK or Refused
                       14,177       Blank.  NA (males)

   361      16b        KNOW HOW TO EXAMINE BREASTS

                       16,709           1.  Yes
                        2,552           2.  No
                          192           9.  DK or Refused
                       14,177       Blank.  NA (males)

 362-363    16c      TIMES A YEAR EXAMINE BREASTS (loc. 361:1)

                        2,421          00.  Never, none
                       12,507       01-86.  01-86 times
                          547          87.  87+ times
                          836          88.  Other
                          398          99.  DK or Refused
                       16,921       Blank.  NA

 Section O-Injury Control,Child Safety & Health (Locs. 364-391)

   Tape
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              SECT. O. INJURY CONTROL AND CHILD SAFETY AND HEALTH

   364      1a           HEARD OF POISON CONTROL CENTERS

                        7,237           1.  Yes
                          902           2.  No
                          143           9.  DK or Refused
                       25,348       Blank.  NA (no children under 10)

   365      1b         HAVE TELEPHONE NUMBER OF POISON CONTROL
                                    CENTER

                        4,893           1.  Yes
                        2,105           2.  No
                          239           9.  DK or Refused
                       26,393   Blank.  NA (no children under 10, loc. 364
                                            not equal to 1)

   366      2                       HAVE IPECAC SYRUP

                        1,951           1.  Yes
                        5,712           2.  No
                          619           9.  DK or Refused
                       25,348       Blank.  NA (no children under 10)

   367      3                       KNOW ABOUT CHILD SAFETY SEATS

                        5,002           1.  Yes
                           96           2.  No
                          148           9.  DK or Refused
                       28,384       Blank.  NA (no children under 5)

   368      4      DOCTOR TELL YOU ABOUT USING SAFETY SEATS

                        2,429           1.  Yes
                        2,553           2.  No
                           20           9.  DK or Refused
                       28,628  Blank.  NA (no children under 5, loc. 367
                                            not equal to 1)

   369      10                      WEAR SEAT BELT

                       11,833           1.  All or most of the time
                        5,938           2.  Some of the time
                        4,626           3.  Once in awhile
                       10,650           4.  Never
                          336           5.  Don't ride in car
                          247           9.  DK or Refused

 370-371    11a                     NUMBER OF SMOKE DETECTORS

                       10,695          00.  None
                       13,489          01.  Only 1 smoke detector
                        8,865       02-97.  2-97 smoke detectors
                            2          98.  98+ smoke detectors
                          579          99.  DK or Refused

 372-373    11b                     NUMBER OF SMOKE DETECTORS WORKING

                        1,226          00.  None
                       19,483       01-97.  1-97 smoke detectors
                            0          98.  98+ smoke detectors
                        1,647          99.  DK, refused, unknown
                       11,274       Blank.  NA (loc. 370-371:00,99)

 (374-380)  11d        HOW YOU KNOW SMOKE DETECTOR(S) WORKING

   374                 11,103     1.  Tested it/them
                        8,635     9.  Not mentioned
                       13,892       Blank.  NA*

   375                  2,760     1.  It/they went off because of smoke
                       16,978     9.  Not mentioned
                       13,892       Blank.  NA*

   376                  3,884     1.  It/they went off while cooking
                       15,854     9.  Not mentioned
                       13,892       Blank.  NA*

   377                  1,069     1.  Changed the batteries
                       18,669     9.  Not mentioned
                       13,892       Blank.  NA*

   378                  3,913     1.  The light is on
                       15,825     9.  Not mentioned
                       13,892       Blank.  NA*

   379                  3,042     1.  Beeps when battery is low
                       16,696     9.  Not mentioned
                       13,892       Blank.  NA*

   380                  1,192     1.  Other
                       18,546     9.  Not mentioned
                       13,892       Blank.  NA*

   381      11f      SMOKE DETECTORS NEXT TO SLEEPING AREA

                       20,073           1.  Yes
                        1,755           2.  No
                          528           9.  DK or Refused
                       11,274       Blank.  NA (loc. 370-371:00,99)

 *No/DK number of smoke detectors, no working detector or one smoke
  detector, unknown if working.

   382      12a                     KNOW HOT WATER TEMPERATURE

                       11,203           1.  Yes
                       21,974           2.  No
                          453           9.  DK or Refused

 383-385   12b                     TEMPERATURE HOT WATER

                        2,509     000.  Alternative response in loc. 386
                        8,580     001-997.  1-997 degrees
                           42         998.  998+ degrees
                           72         999.  DK or Refused
                       22,427      Blank.  NA (loc. 382 not equal to  1)

   386                              TEMPERATURE SETTING

                          885     1.  High
                          365     2.  Low
                        1,259     3.  Medium
                        8,622     8.  Alternate response in loc. 383-385
                           72     9.  DK or Refused
                       22,427   Blank.  NA (loc. 382 not equal to 1)

   387      12c            HOW ESTIMATE HOT WATER TEMPERATURE

                        6,619     1.  The setting on hot water heater
                          406     2.  Tested with thermometer
                        2,881     3.  Guessed
                            6     4.  Setting on heater AND tested with
                                        thermometer
                          907     8.  Other
                          384     9.  DK or Refused
                       22,427       Blank.  NA

   388      13                      EVER TESTED WITH THERMOMETER

                        1,118     1.  Yes
                       30,877     2.  No
                        1,635     9.  DK or Refused

  389-391              WHAT TEMPERATURE CAUSES SCALD INJURIES

                       11,491       001-997.  1-997 degrees
                            1           998.  998+ degrees
                       22,138           999.  DK or Refused

 Section P-High Blood Pressure (Locs. 392-435)

 Tape Locations 392-408

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                         SECT. P.  HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

 (392-401)  (1a-1j)      CHANCES OF GETTING HEART DISEASE INCREASED
                                    BY:

   392      1a           CIGARETTE SMOKING

                       21,998     1.  Definitely increases
                        7,919     2.  Probably increases
                          931     3.  Probably does not increase
                          376     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            4     5.  Double entry
                           26     8.  Refused
                        2,376     9.  DK/no opinion

   393      1b            WORRY OR ANXIETY

                       13,381     1.  Definitely increases
                       14,808     2.  Probably increases
                        2,026     3.  Probably does not increase
                          630     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            2     5.  Double entry
                           21     8.  Refused
                        2,762     9.  DK/no opinion

   394      1c          HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

                       22,855     1.  Definitely increases
                        7,608     2.  Probably increases
                          632     3.  Probably does not increase
                          269     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5     5.  Double entry
                           23     8.  Refused
                        2,238     9.  DK/no opinion

   395      1d                      DIABETES

                       10,555     1.  Definitely increases
                        9,587     2.  Probably increases
                        2,398     3.  Probably does not increase
                          945     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            0     5.  Double entry
                           24     8.  Refused
                       10,121     9.  DK/no opinion

                    CHANCES OF GETTING HEART DISEASE INCREASED
                                    BY:

   396      1e                VERY OVERWEIGHT

                       23,207     1.  Definitely increases
                        7,930     2.  Probably increases
                          499     3.  Probably does not increase
                          250     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5     5.  Double entry
                           23     8.  Refused
                        1,716     9.  DK/no opinion

   397      1f              OVERWORK

                       10,604     1.  Definitely increases
                       13,283     2.  Probably increases
                        4,377     3.  Probably does not increase
                        1,897     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5     5.  Double entry
                           23     8.  Refused
                        3,441     9.  DK/no opinion

   398      1g           COFFEE WITH CAFFEINE

                        4,432     1.  Definitely increases
                       12,689     2.  Probably increases
                        7,106     3.  Probably does not increase
                        2,272     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            9     5.  Double entry
                           26     8.  Refused
                        7,096     9.  DK/no opinion

   399      1h        DIET HIGH IN ANIMAL FAT

                       13,999     1.  Definitely increases
                       12,808     2.  Probably increases
                        1,847     3.  Probably does not increase
                          643     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            6     5.  Double entry
                           23     8.  Refused
                        4,304     9.  DK/no opinion

                  CHANCES OF GETTING HEART DISEASE INCREASED
                                BY:

   400      1i           HISTORY OF HEART DISEASE

                       16,238     1.  Definitely increases
                       11,267     2.  Probably increases
                        1,624     3.  Probably does not increase
                        1,061     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            3     5.  Double entry
                           24     8.  Refused
                        3,413     9.  DK/no opinion

   401      1j             HIGH CHOLESTEROL

                       18,162     1.  Definitely increases
                       10,594     2.  Probably increases
                          883     3.  Probably does not increase
                          475     4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5     5.  Double entry
                           24     8.  Refused
                        3,487     9.  DK/no opinion

   402      2   WHICH CONDITION MOST RELATED TO HAVING STROKE

                        1,394           1.  Diabetes
                       25,860           2.  High blood pressure
                        3,830           3.  High cholesterol
                        2,546           9.  DK or Refused

   403      3      WHICH FOOD SUBSTANCE ASSOCIATED MOST OFTEN
                             WITH HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

                       19,271     1.  Sodium
                        8,156     2.  Cholesterol
                        2,934     3.  Sugar
                          191     4.  Salt (volunteered)
                          135     8.  Other (except salt)
                        2,943     9.  DK or Refused

   404      4           EVER TOLD HAD HYPERTENSION

                        8,502           1.  Yes
                       24,484           2.  No
                          108           3.  Only during pregnancy
                          536           9.  DK or Refused

   405      5     TOLD DIFFERENT TIMES HAD HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

                        6,269           1.  Yes
                        2,153           2.  No
                           80           9.  DK or Refused
                       25,128       Blank.  (loc. 404 not equal to 1)

   406      6     NOW TAKING MEDICATION FOR HYPERTENSION

                        4,810           1.  Yes
                        3,638           2.  No
                           54           9.  DK or Refused
                       25,128       Blank.  (loc. 404 not equal to 1)

   407      7a     MEDICINE EVER PRESCRIBED FOR HYPERTENSION

                        1,506           1.  Yes
                        2,122           2.  No      (loc. 406=2, 9)
                           64           9.  DK or Refused
                       29,938       Blank.  NA

   408      7b      DOCTOR ADVISED TO STOP MEDICATION

                          908           1.  Yes
                          578           2.  No      (loc. 407=1)
                           20           9.  DK or Refused
                       32,124       Blank.  NA

 Tape Locations 409-435

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 (409-417)          DOCTOR'S ADVICE BECAUSE OF HYPERTENSION:

    409     8a          DOCTOR ADVISED DIET TO LOSE WEIGHT

                        3,711           1.  Yes
                        4,647           2.  No
                          144           9.  DK or Refused
                       25,128       Blank.  NA (loc. 404 not equal to 1)

    410     9a          FOLLOWED DOCTOR'S ADVICE TO DIET

                        3,298     1.  Yes (loc. 409=1)
                          387     2.  No  (loc. 409=1)
                           26     9.  DK or Refused (loc. 409=1)
                       29,919   Blank.  NA (No, DK hypertension, no diet
                                        prescribed)

    411     10a       NOW FOLLOWING DOCTOR'S ADVICE TO DIET

                        2,429     1.  Yes (loc. 410=1)
                          848     2.  No  (loc. 410=1)
                           21     9.  DK or Refused (loc. 410=1)
                       30,322   Blank.  NA (No, DK hypertension, not advised
                                        or not followed)

   412      8b  DOCTOR ADVISED TO CUT DOWN ON SALT OR SODIUM

                        5,897           1.  Yes
                        2,468           2.  No
                          137           9.  DK or Refused
                       25,128       Blank.  NA (loc. 404 not equal to 1)

   413      9b     FOLLOWED DOCTOR'S ADVICE TO CUT DOWN ON
                             SALT/SODIUM

                        5,584     1.  Yes              (loc. 412=1)
                          280     2.  No               (loc. 412=1)
                           33     9.  DK or Refused    (loc. 412=1)
                       27,733   Blank.  NA (No, DK hypertension, no diet
                                            prescribed)

   414      10b       NOW FOLLOWING DOCTOR'S ADVICE TO CUT DOWN
                                 ON SALT/SODIUM

                        5,104     1.  Yes              (loc. 413=1)
                          424     2.  No               (loc. 413=1)
                           56     9.  DK or Refused    (loc. 413=1)
                       28,046   Blank.  NA (No, DK hypertension, not
                                     advised or not followed)

   415      8c             DOCTOR ADVISED TO EXERCISE

                        3,254     1.  Yes
                        5,099     2.  No
                          149     9.  DK or Refused
                       25,128   Blank.  NA (loc. 404 not equal to 1)

   416      9c        FOLLOWED DOCTOR'S ADVICE TO EXERCISE

                        2,803     1.  Yes              (loc. 415=1)
                          433     2.  No               (loc. 415=1)
                           18     9.  DK or Refused    (loc. 415=1)
                       30,376   Blank.  NA (No, DK hypertension, no diet
                                            prescribed)

   417      10c       NOW FOLLOWING DOCTOR'S ADVICE TO EXERCISE

                        2,170     1.  Yes              (loc. 416=1)
                          608     2.  No               (loc. 416=1)
                           25     9.  DK or Refused    (loc. 416=1)
                       30,827   Blank.  NA (No, DK hypertension, not
                                            advised or not followed)

   418      11a          STILL HAVE HYPERTENSION

                        4,118           1.  Yes
                        3,692           2.  No
                          692           9.  DK or Refused
                       25,128       Blank.  NA (loc. 404 not equal to 1)

   419      11b       HYPERTENSION CURED OR UNDER CONTROL

                          948           1.  Cured
                        2,597           2.  Under control
                          839           9.  DK or Refused
                       29,246       Blank.  NA (No, DK hypertension or
                                            still has hypertension)

 (420-422)  12a        TIME SINCE HAD BLOOD PRESSURE TAKEN

  420-421                     NUMBER OF TIME UNITS

                           81      00.  Never
                       32,520     01-97.  1-97 days, weeks, months, years
                            0       98.  98+ days, weeks, months, years
                        1,029       99.  DK or Refused

   422                              TIME UNITS

                           81           0.  Never
                        1,908           2.  Days
                        6,216           3.  Weeks
                       17,237           4.  Months
                        7,190           5.  Years
                          998           9.  DK or Refused

   423                              BLANK

   424      12b        TOLD BLOOD PRESSURE IN NUMBERS

                       19,842           1.  Yes
                        9,746           2.  No
                        2,963           9.  DK or Refused
                        1,079       Blank.  NA (loc. 420-422:000, 999)

 (425-430)  12c           BLOOD PRESSURE IN NUMBERS

            NOTE:  Blood pressure only edited for range 001-997,
                        not for logical consistency

  425-427                   SYSTOLIC (UPPER)

                       10,065     001-997.  1-997 mm Hg
                            0       998.  998+ mm Hg
                        9,777       999.  DK or Refused
                       13,788   Blank.  NA (loc. 424 not equal to 1)

  428-430                           DIASTOLIC (LOWER)

                        9,849    001-997.  1-997 mm Hg
                            0      998.  998+ mm Hg
                        9,993      999.  DK or Refused
                       13,788   Blank.  NA (loc. 424 not equal to 1)

   431      12d            BLOOD PRESSURE AT THAT TIME

                        2,635           1.  High
                        2,186           2.  Low
                       25,593           3.  Normal
                        1,175           8.  Other
                          962           9.  DK or Refused
                        1,079       Blank.  NA (loc. 420-422=000, 999)

   432      13                      NOW HAVE DIABETES

                        1,300           1.  Yes
                       31,721           2.  No
                          249           8.  Other
                          360           9.  DK or Refused

   433      14         EVER TOLD HAD HIGH CHOLESTEROL

                        1,805           1.  Yes
                       31,408           2.  No
                          417           9.  DK or Refused

   434      15       HAVE HEART CONDITION OR HEART TROUBLE

                        3,295           1.  Yes
                       29,919           2.  No
                          416           9.  DK or Refused

   435      16                      EVER HAD STROKE

                          641           1.  Yes
                       32,604           2.  No
                          385           9.  DK or Refused

 Section Q-Stress (Locs. 436-457)

 Tape Locations 436-440

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                            SECT. Q.  STRESS

   436      1 (pg. 11)     STRESS PAST TWO WEEKS

                        6,791           1.  A lot
                        9,866           2.  Moderate
                        7,252           3.  Relatively little
                        8,638           4.  Almost none
                          696           5.  DK what stress is
                            6           6.  Double entry
                          381           9.  DK or refused

   437      2     EFFECT OF STRESS ON HEALTH IN PAST YEAR

                        4,487           1.  A lot
                       10,066           2.  Some
                       17,840           3.  Hardly any or none
                          541           9.  DK or refused
                          696  Blank.  NA (loc. 436:5, DK what stress is)

 (438-439)           THINK ABOUT SEEKING HELP FOR PERSONAL
                             OR EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS:

   438      3a           FROM FAMILY OR FRIENDS

                        5,250           1.  Yes
                       27,974           2.  No
                          406           9.  DK or Refused

   439      3b       FROM PROFESSIONAL OR SELF-HELP GROUP

                        3,875           1.  Yes
                       29,290           2.  No
                          465           9.  DK or Refused

   440      4a             ACTUALLY SEEK HELP

                        4,020           1.  Yes
                        1,743           2.  No
                          857           9.  DK or Refused
                       27,010       Blank.  NA (Loc. 438 and Loc. 439=2)

 Tape Locations 441-457

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 (441-457)  4b                SEEK HELP FROM:

   441                   FAMILY MEMBER OR RELATIVE

                        1,037     1.  Family Member or Relative Numbered 1
                          379     2.  Family Member or Relative Numbered 2
                          100     3.  Family Member or Relative Numbered 3
                           27     4.  Family Member or Relative Numbered 4
                          231     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        2,242     7.  Category not mentioned
                            1     8.  Refused
                            3     9.  DK
                       29,610  Blank.  NA (no help sought, loc. 440 not
                                            equal to 1)

   442                              FRIEND

                          693           1.  Friend Numbered 1
                          583           2.  Friend Numbered 2
                          103           3.  Friend Numbered 3
                           23           4.  Friend Numbered 4
                          197           5.  Entry, but no number given
                        2,418           7.  Category not mentioned
                            1           8.  Refused
                            2           9.  DK
                       29,610       Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   443                              PSYCHOLOGIST

                          383           1.  Psychologist Numbered 1
                           79           2.  Psychologist Numbered 2
                           27           3.  Psychologist Numbered 3
                            5           4.  Psychologist Numbered 4
                           60           5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,465           7.  Category not mentioned
                            0           8.  Refused
                            1           9.  DK
                       29,610       Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   444                              PSYCHIATRIST

                          285           1.  Psychiatrist Numbered 1
                           72           2.  Psychiatrist Numbered 2
                           19           3.  Psychiatrist Numbered 3
                            5           4.  Psychiatrist Numbered 4
                           43           5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,595           7.  Category not mentioned
                            0           8.  Refused
                            1           9.  DK
                       29,610       Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   445                       PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORKER

                           68     1.  Psychiatric Social Worker Numbered 1
                           21     2.  Psychiatric Social Worker Numbered 2
                           14     3.  Psychiatric Social Worker Numbered 3
                            0     4.  Psychiatric Social Worker Numbered 4
                           16     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,900     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   446              OTHER MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

                          143     1.  Other Mental Health Professional
                                      Numbered 1
                           36     2.  Other Mental Health Professional
                                      Numbered 2
                           16     3.  Other Mental Health Professional
                                      Numbered 3
                            8     4.  Other Mental Health Professional
                                      Numbered 4
                           22     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,794     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   447                        MEDICAL DOCTOR

                          406     1.  Medical Doctor Numbered 1
                          137     2.  Medical Doctor Numbered 2
                           51     3.  Medical Doctor Numbered 3
                           23     4.  Medical Doctor Numbered 4
                           72     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,330     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   448                       RELIGIOUS COUNSELOR

                          176     1.  Religious Counselor Numbered 1
                          100     2.  Religious Counselor Numbered 2
                           61     3.  Religious Counselor Numbered 3
                           25     4.  Religious Counselor Numbered 4
                           62     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,595     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   449                       ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

                           61     1.  Alcoholics Anonymous Numbered 1
                           15     2.  Alcoholics Anonymous Numbered 2
                            8     3.  Alcoholics Anonymous Numbered 3
                            1     4.  Alcoholics Anonymous Numbered 4
                           13     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,921     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   450                     GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS

                            0     1.  Gamblers Anonymous Numbered 1
                            0     2.  Gamblers Anonymous Numbered 2
                            0     3.  Gamblers Anonymous Numbered 3
                            0     4.  Gamblers Anonymous Numbered 4
                            0     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        4,019     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   451                      WEIGHT WATCHERS

                           10     1.  Weight Watchers Numbered 1
                            3     2.  Weight Watchers Numbered 2
                            2     3.  Weight Watchers Numbered 3
                            1     4.  Weight Watchers Numbered 4
                            2     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        4,001     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   452                      COUNSELOR AT WORK

                           20     1.  Counselor at Work Numbered 1
                            2     2.  Counselor at Work Numbered 2
                            4     3.  Counselor at Work Numbered 3
                            2     4.  Counselor at Work Numbered 4
                            2     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,989     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   453                     COUNSELOR AT SCHOOL

                           17     1.  Counselor at School Numbered 1
                           10     2.  Counselor at School Numbered 2
                            3     3.  Counselor at School Numbered 3
                            1     4.  Counselor at School Numbered 4
                            9     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,979     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   454                       PROBATION OFFICER

                            0     1.  Probation Officer Numbered 1
                            0     2.  Probation Officer Numbered 2
                            1     3.  Probation Officer Numbered 3
                            0     4.  Probation Officer Numbered 4
                            4     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        4,014     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   455                              OTHER (1)

                          272     1.  Other Numbered 1
                          105     2.  Other Numbered 2
                           46     3.  Other Numbered 3
                           14     4.  Other Numbered 4
                           54     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,527     7.  Category not mentioned
                            1     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   456                              OTHER (2)

                            3     1.  Other Numbered 1
                           17     2.  Other Numbered 2
                           15     3.  Other Numbered 3
                            3     4.  Other Numbered 4
                            8     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        3,973     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

   457                         OTHER (3)

                            0     1.  Other Numbered 1
                            2     2.  Other Numbered 2
                            1     3.  Other Numbered 3
                            3     4.  Other Numbered 4
                            2     5.  Entry, but no number given
                        4,011     7.  Category not mentioned
                            0     8.  Refused
                            1     9.  DK
                       29,610   Blank.  NA (no help sought)

 Section R-Exercise (Locs. 458-646)

 Tape Locations 458-493

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency            Items and Codes
 __________________________________________________________________________

                             SECT. R.  EXERCISE

   458            DONE ANY PHYSICAL EXERCISE IN PAST TWO WEEKS
                           (PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED*)

                          181           1.  Yes
                          482           2.  No
                           17           9.  DK or Refused
                       32,950       Blank.  NA (Not handicapped)

 (459-628)        TYPE OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE PAST TWO WEEKS

   459      2a(1)               WALKING

                       14,378     1.  Yes
                       18,198     2.  No
                          598     8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          456     9.  DK or Refused

 460-461    2b(1)      NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                       14,176       01-97.  1-97 times
                            2          98.  98+ times
                          200          99.  DK or Refused
                       19,252   Blank.  NA (loc. 459 not equal to 1)

 462-464    2c(1)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                       13,976       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            2           997.  997+ minutes
                            5           998.  Other entries
                          395           999.  DK or Refused
                       19,252    Blank.  NA (loc. 459 not equal to 1)

   465      2d(1)   INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                        4,246           1.  Small
                        3,208           2.  Moderate
                          573           3.  Large
                        5,994           4.  None
                          357           9.  DK or Refused
                       19,252   Blank.  NA (loc. 459 not equal to 1)

 *Interviewer defined

   466      2a(2)              JOGGING OR RUNNING

                        3,321           1.  Yes
                       26,715           2.  No
                        2,418           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          676           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          500           9.  DK or Refused

 467-468    2b(2)     NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                       14,176       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           57          99.  DK or Refused
                       30,309  Blank.  NA (loc. 466 not equal to 1)

 469-471    2c(2)         MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        3,247       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            1           998.  Other entries
                           73           999.  DK or Refused
                       30,309  Blank.  NA (loc. 466 not equal to 1)

   472      2d(2)     INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          514           1.  Small
                        1,529           2.  Moderate
                        1,082           3.  Large
                          115           4.  None
                           81           9.  DK or Refused
                       30,309   Blank.  NA (loc. 466 not equal to 1)

   473      2a(3)               HIKING

                        1,212           1.  Yes
                       28,875           2.  No
                        2,426           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          679           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          438           9.  DK or Refused

 474-475    2b(3)     NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        1,198       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           14          99.  DK or Refused
                       32,418    Blank.  NA (loc. 473 not equal to 1)

 476-478     2c(3)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        1,175       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            1           997.  997+ minutes
                            1           998.  Other entries
                           35           999.  DK or Refused
                       32,418   Blank.  NA (loc. 473 not equal to 1)

   479       2d(3)    INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          332           1.  Small
                          473           2.  Moderate
                          133           3.  Large
                          229           4.  None
                           45           9.  DK or Refused
                       32,418       Blank.  NA (loc. 473 not equal to 1)

   480      2a(4)        GARDENING OR YARD WORK

                        9,830           1.  Yes
                       20,497           2.  No
                        2,236           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          659           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          408           9.  DK or Refused

 481-482     2b(4)      NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        9,744       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           86          99.  DK or Refused
                       23,800       Blank.  NA (loc. 480 not equal to 1)

 483-485     2c(4)         MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        9,654       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            2           997.  997+ minutes
                            2           998.  Other entries
                          172           999.  DK or Refused
                       23,800         Blank.  NA (loc. 480 not equal to 1)

   486       2d(4)   INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                        2,556           1.  Small
                        1,869           2.  Moderate
                          336           3.  Large
                        4,905           4.  None
                          164           9.  DK or Refused
                       23,800       Blank.  NA (loc. 480 not equal to 1)


   487      2a(5)      AEROBICS OR AEROBIC DANCING

                        2,613           1.  Yes
                       27,476           2.  No
                        2,424           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          676           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          441           9.  DK or Refused

 488-489    2b(5)      NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        2,597       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           16          99.  DK or Refused
                       31,017    Blank.  NA (loc. 487 not equal to 1)

 490-492    2c(5)         MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        2,583       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           30           999.  DK or Refused
                       31,017   Blank.  NA (loc. 487 not equal to 1)

   493      2d(5)     INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          322           1.  Small
                        1,097           2.  Moderate
                        1,046           3.  Large
                          111           4.  None
                           37           9.  DK or Refused
                       31,017   Blank.  NA (loc. 487 not equal to 1)

 Tape Locations 494-535

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency            Items and Codes
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (459-628)        TYPE OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE PAST TWO WEEKS-continued

   494      2a(6)           OTHER DANCING

                        3,299           1.  Yes
                       26,820           2.  No
                        2,413           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          675           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          423           9.  DK or Refused

 495-496    2b(6)      NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        3,271       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           28          99.  DK or Refused
                       30,331    Blank.  NA (loc. 494 not equal to 1)

 497-499    2c(6)           MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        3,233       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            1           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           65           999.  DK or Refused
                       30,331    Blank.  NA (loc. 494 not equal to  1)

   500      2d(6)     INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          884           1.  Small
                        1,143           2.  Moderate
                          429           3.  Large
                          790           4.  None
                           53           9.  DK or Refused
                       30,331   Blank.  NA (loc. 494 not equal to 1)

   501      2a(7)     CALISTHENICS OR GENERAL EXERCISE

                        7,487           1.  Yes
                       22,857           2.  No
                        2,253           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          624           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          409           9.  DK or Refused

 502-503    2b(7)     NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        7,427       01-97.  1-97 times
                            1          98.  98+ times
                           59          99.  DK or Refused
                       26,143    Blank.  NA (loc. 501 not equal to 1)

 504-506    2c(7)         MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        7,403       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            1           998.  Other entries
                           83           999.  DK or Refused
                       26,143         Blank.  NA (loc. 501 not equal to 1)

   507      2d(7)    INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                        2,134           1.  Small
                        3,242           2.  Moderate
                          913           3.  Large
                        1,103           4.  None
                           95           9.  DK or Refused
                       26,143    Blank.  NA (loc. 501 not equal to 1)

   508      2a(8)                GOLF

                        1,202           1.  Yes
                       28,903           2.  No
                        2,407           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          678           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          440           9.  DK or Refused

 509-510    2b(8)      NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        1,194       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            8          99.  DK or Refused
                       32,428     Blank.  NA (loc. 508 not equal to 1)

 511-513    2c(8)         MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        1,177       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            1           997.  997+ minutes
                            1           998.  Other entries
                           23           999.  DK or Refused
                       32,428      Blank.  NA (loc. 508 not equal to 1)

   514      2d(8)    INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          292           1.  Small
                          138           2.  Moderate
                           18           3.  Large
                          720           4.  None
                           34           9.  DK or Refused
                       32,428       Blank.  NA (loc. 508 not equal to 1)

   515      2a(9)              TENNIS

                          910           1.  Yes
                       29,194           2.  No
                        2,424           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          680           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          422           9.  DK or Refused

 516-517    2b(9)      NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                          903       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            7          99.  DK or Refused
                       32,720       Blank.  NA (loc. 515 not equal to 1)

 518-520    2c(9)         MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                          892       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           18           999.  DK or Refused
                       32,720   Blank.  NA (loc. 515 not equal to 1)

   521      2d(9)        INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          189           1.  Small
                          434           2.  Moderate
                          191           3.  Large
                           78           4.  None
                           18           9.  DK or Refused
                       32,720       Blank.  NA (loc. 515 not equal to 1)

   522      2a(10)             BOWLING

                        1,702           1.  Yes
                       28,408           2.  No
                        2,416           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          678           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          426           9.  DK or Refused

 523-524    2b(10)       NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        1,694       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            8          99.  DK or Refused
                       31,928     Blank.  NA (loc. 522 not equal to 1)

 525-527    2c(10)       MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        1,693       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                            9           999.  DK or Refused
                       31,928         Blank.  NA (loc. 522 not equal to 1)

   528      2d(10)     INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          363           1.  Small
                          142           2.  Moderate
                            9           3.  Large
                        1,163           4.  None
                           25           9.  DK or Refused
                       31,928       Blank.  NA (loc. 522 not equal to 1)

   529      2a(11)              BIKING

                        3,502           1.  Yes
                       26,675           2.  No
                        2,353           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          664           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          436           9.  DK or Refused

 530-531    2b(11)     NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        3,461       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           41          99.  DK or Refused
                       30,128       Blank.  NA (loc. 529 not equal to 1)

 532-534    2c(11)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        3,443       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            1           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           58           999.  DK or Refused
                       30,128         Blank.  NA (loc. 529 not equal to 1)

   535      2d(11)     INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          940           1.  Small
                        1,294           2.  Moderate
                          513           3.  Large
                          692           4.  None
                           63           9.  DK or Refused
                       30,128       Blank.  NA (loc. 529 not equal to 1)

 Tape Locations 536-577

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency            Items and Codes
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 (459-628)     TYPE OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE PAST TWO WEEKS-continued

   536      2a(12)    SWIMMING OR WATER EXERCISES

                        3,133           1.  Yes
                       26,997           2.  No
                        2,406           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          669           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          425           9.  DK or Refused

 537-538    2b(12)     NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        3,099       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           34          99.  DK or Refused
                       30,497    Blank.  NA (loc. 536 not equal to 1)

 539-541    2c(12)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        3,083       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            2           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           48           999.  DK or Refused
                       30,497    Blank.  NA (loc. 536 not equal to 1)

   542      2d(12)    INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          787           1.  Small
                        1,164           2.  Moderate
                          362           3.  Large
                          746           4.  None
                           74           9.  DK or Refused
                       30,497       Blank.  NA (loc. 536 not equal to 1)

   543      2a(13)                  YOGA

                          257           1.  Yes
                       29,792           2.  No
                        2,424           7.  Not asked due to age (75+)
                          680           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          477           9.  DK or Refused

 544-545    2b(13)    NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                          248       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            9          99.  DK or Refused
                       33,373       Blank.  NA (loc. 543 not equal to 1)

 546-548    2c(13)         MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                          242       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            2           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           13           999.  DK or Refused
                       33,373         Blank.  NA (loc. 543 not equal to 1)

   549      2d(13)   INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                           68           1.  Small
                           40           2.  Moderate
                            6           3.  Large
                          127           4.  None
                           16           9.  DK or Refused
                       33,373       Blank.  NA (loc. 543 not equal to 1)

   550      2a(14)                  WEIGHT LIFTING OR TRAINING

                        2,945           1.  Yes
                       23,589           2.  No
                        6,045           7.  Not asked due to age (65+)
                          667           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          384           9.  DK or Refused

 551-552    2b(14)     NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        2,905       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           40          99.  DK or Refused
                       30,685       Blank.  NA (loc. 550 not equal to 1)

 553-555    2c(14)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        2,889       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           56           999.  DK or Refused
                       30,685    Blank.  NA (loc. 550 not equal to 1)

   556      2d(14)      INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          725           1.  Small
                        1,366           2.  Moderate
                          501           3.  Large
                          291           4.  None
                           62           9.  DK or Refused
                       30,685       Blank.  NA (loc. 550 not equal to 1)

   557      2a(15)                  BASKETBALL

                        1,484           1.  Yes
                       25,009           2.  No
                        6,064           7.  Not asked due to age (65+)
                          680           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          393           9.  DK or Refused

 558-559    2b(15)     NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        1,474       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           10          99.  DK or Refused
                       32,146       Blank.  NA (loc. 557 not equal to 1)

 560-562    2c(15)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        1,460       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           24           999.  DK or Refused
                       32,146         Blank.  NA (loc. 557 not equal to 1)

   563      2d(15)    INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          239           1.  Small
                          542           2.  Moderate
                          573           3.  Large
                          102           4.  None
                           28           9.  DK or Refused
                       32,146       Blank.  NA (loc. 557 not equal to 1)

   564      2a(16)                  BASEBALL OR SOFTBALL

                        1,316           1.  Yes
                       25,181           2.  No
                        6,064           7.  Not asked due to age (65+)
                          679           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          390           9.  DK or Refused

 565-566    2b(16)      NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        1,306       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                           10          99.  DK or Refused
                       32,314       Blank.  NA (loc. 564 not equal to 1)

 567-569    2c(16)      MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        1,295       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           21           999.  DK or Refused
                       32,314         Blank.  NA (loc. 564 not equal to 1)

   570      2d(16)     INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          414           1.  Small
                          487           2.  Moderate
                          131           3.  Large
                          262           4.  None
                           22           9.  DK or Refused
                       32,314    Blank.  NA (loc. 564 not equal to 1)

   571      2a(17)                  FOOTBALL

                          489           1.  Yes
                       26,001           2.  No
                        6,065           7.  Not asked due to age (65+)
                          679           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          396           9.  DK or Refused

 572-573    2b(17)      NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                          483       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            6          99.  DK or Refused
                       33,141       Blank.  NA (loc. 571 not equal to 1)

 574-576    2c(17)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                          478       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           11           999.  DK or Refused
                       33,141         Blank.  NA (loc. 571 not equal to 1)

   577      2d(17)     INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                           99           1.  Small
                          185           2.  Moderate
                          144           3.  Large
                           50           4.  None
                           11           9.  DK or Refused
                       33,141       Blank.  NA (loc. 571 not equal to 1)

 Tape Locations 578-612

   Tape
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 (459-628)           TYPE OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE PAST TWO WEEKS-continued

   578      2a(18)                  SOCCER

                          270           1.  Yes
                       26,222           2.  No
                        6,065           7.  Not asked due to age (65+)
                          680           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          393           9.  DK or Refused

 579-580    2b(18)       NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                          264       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            6          99.  DK or Refused
                       33,360    Blank.  NA (loc. 578 not equal to 1)

 581-583    2c(18)       MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                          259       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           11           999.  DK or Refused
                       33,360         Blank.  NA (loc. 578 not equal to 1)

   584      2d(18)     INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                           45           1.  Small
                           98           2.  Moderate
                           93           3.  Large
                           23           4.  None
                           11           9.  DK or Refused
                       33,360    Blank.  NA (loc. 578 not equal to 1)

   585      2a(19)                  VOLLEYBALL

                          741           1.  Yes
                       25,745           2.  No
                        6,065           7.  Not asked due to age (65+)
                          680           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          399           9.  DK or Refused

 586-587    2b(19)       NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                          732       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            9          99.  DK or Refused
                       32,889       Blank.  NA (loc. 585 not equal to 1)

 588-590    2c(19)         MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                          725       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           16           999.  DK or Refused
                       32,889      Blank.  NA (loc. 585 not equal to 1)

   591      2d(19)        INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          218           1.  Small
                          303           2.  Moderate
                           85           3.  Large
                          115           4.  None
                           20           9.  DK or Refused
                       32,889     Blank.  NA (loc. 585 not equal to 1)

   592      2a(20)    HANDBALL, RACQUETBALL OR SQUASH

                          693           1.  Yes
                       25,802           2.  No
                        6,063           7.  Not asked due to age (65+)
                          680           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          392           9.  DK or Refused

 593-594    2b(20)       NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                          688       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            5          99.  DK or Refused
                       32,937       Blank.  NA (loc. 592 not equal to 1)

 595-597    2c(20)         MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                          682       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            1           998.  Other entries
                           10           999.  DK or Refused
                       32,937         Blank.  NA (loc. 592 not equal to 1)

   598      2d(20)     INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                           62           1.  Small
                          248           2.  Moderate
                          348           3.  Large
                           23           4.  None
                           12           9.  DK or Refused
                       32,937       Blank.  NA (loc. 592 not equal to 1)

   599      2a(21)                  SKATING

                          411           1.  Yes
                       26,086           2.  No
                        6,063           7.  Not asked due to age (65+)
                          680           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          390           9.  DK or Refused

 600-601    2b(21)        NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                          405       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            6          99.  DK or Refused
                       33,219       Blank.  NA (loc. 599 not equal to 1)

 602-604    2c(21)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                          401       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                           10           999.  DK or Refused
                       33,219         Blank.  NA (loc. 599 not equal to 1)

   605      2d(21)       INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          106           1.  Small
                          137           2.  Moderate
                           37           3.  Large
                          119           4.  None
                           12           9.  DK or Refused
                       33,219       Blank.  NA (loc. 599 not equal to 1)

   606      2a(22)                  SKIING

                          460           1.  Yes
                       26,012           2.  No
                        6,063           7.  Not asked due to age (65+)
                          679           8.  Not asked due to handicap
                          416           9.  DK or Refused

 607-608    2b(22)      NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                          452       01-97.  1-97 times
                            0          98.  98+ times
                            8          99.  DK or Refused
                       33,170       Blank.  NA (loc. 606 not equal to 1)

 609-611    2c(22)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                          444       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            2           997.  997+ minutes
                            1           998.  Other entries
                           13           999.  DK or Refused
                       33,170         Blank.  NA (loc. 606 not equal to  1)

   612      2d(22)      INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          102           1.  Small
                          204           2.  Moderate
                           68           3.  Large
                           76           4.  None
                           10           9.  DK or Refused
                       33,170       Blank.  NA (loc. 606 not equal to 1)

 Tape Locations 613-628

   Tape
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 (459-628)        TYPE OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE PAST TWO WEEKS-continued

  613-614   2a(23)         OTHER PHYSICAL EXERCISE (1)
                       31,983           00. No other activity reported
                            4     01. Rugby
                           12     02. Relaxation exercise
                            6     03. Circuit weight training, nautilus
                                      weight training, universal weight
                                      training
                            5     04. Paddleball
                            0     05. Ice dancing
                            1     06. Orienteering
                           52     07. Rope skipping, rope jumping
                           10     08. Archery, riflery, skeet shooting
                           38     09. Badminton
                          137     10. Equestrian events, horseback riding,
                                      polo
                            4     11. Fencing
                            6     12. Gymnastics, tumbling
                            6     13. Skateboarding
                           22     14. Table tennis, ping pong
                            5     15. Broomball
                            1     16. Cricket
                            1     17. Curling
                           11     18. Ringette, street hockey, hockey,
                                      field hockey, floor hockey, ice
                                      hockey
                            5     19. Lacrosse
                            4     20. Officiating, refereeing, umpiring,
                                      coaching
                            2     21. Water polo
                           24     22. Sailing
                          110     23. Canoeing, kayaking, rowing, tubing,
                                      rafting
                           15     24. Diving, skin diving, scuba diving,
                                      skulling, snorkeling, water ballet,
                                      synchron swimming
                           39     25. Snowmobiling, motorcycling,
                                      trailbiking, dirtbiking
                            4     26. Snowshoeing
                           10     27. Tobogganing, sledding, sliding
                            0     28. Backpacking
                            2     29. Camping
                          169     30. Fishing
                           86     31. Hunting
                            5     32. Mountaineering, rockclimbing,
                                      rappelling, outward bound
                           16     33. Wrestling
                           11     34. Boxing, kickboxing, sparring
                           62     35. Judo, karate, Martial arts, Tai Kwon
                                      Do
                            0     36. War games, survival
                           57     37. Catch, frisbee
                            2     38. Tag games
                           37     39. Horseshoes, crocquet, bocce
                            4     40. Parasailing, hang gliding
                           80     41. Wood cutting, chopping wood
                            6     42. Light housework (cooking, ironing,
                                      washing dishes, making beds, etc.)
                           42     43. Heavy housework and handywork,
                                      (washing windows, washing and
                                      waxing floors, shopping & carrying
                                      grocery bags, painting inside-
                                      outside, carpentry/repair-remodeling
                           36     44. Snow shoveling
                           12     45. Clearing snow with blower, mowing
                                      lawn
                          479     98. Other exercise
                            7     99. DK or Refused

  615-616   2b(23)     NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                        1,583       01-97.  1-97 times
                            4          98.  98+ times
                           56          99.  DK or Refused
                       31,987       Blank.  NA (locs. 613-614=00,99)*

  617-619   2c(23)        MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                        1,561       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            2           997.  997+ minutes
                            2           998.  Other entries
                           78           999.  DK or Refused
                       31,987         Blank.  NA (locs. 613-614=00,99)*

   620      2d(23)       INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                          355           1.  Small
                          419           2.  Moderate
                          220           3.  Large
                          580           4.  None
                           69           9.  DK or Refused
                       31,987       Blank.  NA (locs. 613-614=00,99)*

 *Three records with loc. 613-614:99 are coded 9's in locs. 615-620.

  621-622   2a(23)      OTHER PHYSICAL EXERCISE (2)
                       33,527     00. No other activity reported
                            0     01. Rugby
                            1     02. Relaxation exercise
                            0     03. Circuit weight training, nautilus
                                      weight
                                      training, universal weight training
                            0     04. Paddleball
                            0     05. Ice dancing
                            1     06. Orienteering
                            2     07. Rope skipping, rope jumping
                            3     08. Archery, riflery, skeet shooting
                            2     09. Badminton
                            4     10. Equestrian events, horseback riding,
                                      polo
                            1     11. Fencing
                            0     12. Gymnastics, tumbling
                            0     13. Skateboarding
                            1     14. Table tennis, ping pong
                            0     15. Broomball
                            0     16. Cricket
                            0     17. Curling
                            0     18. Ringette, street hockey, hockey,
                                      field hockey, floor hockey, ice
                                      hockey
                            0     19. Lacrosse
                            3     20. Officiating, refereeing, umpiring,
                                      coaching
                            0     21. Water polo
                            1     22. Sailing
                            3     23. Canoeing, kayaking, rowing, tubing,
                                      rafting
                            0     24. Diving, skin diving, scuba diving,
                                      skulling, snorkeling, water ballet,
                                      synchron swimming
                            2     25. Snowmobiling, motorcycling,
                                      trailbiking, dirtbiking
                            0     26. Snowshoeing
                            1     27. Tobogganing, sledding, sliding
                            1     28. Backpacking
                            0     29. Camping
                            9     30. Fishing
                           12     31. Hunting
                            0     32. Mountaineering, rockclimbing,
                                      rappelling, outward bound
                            1     33. Wrestling
                            0     34. Boxing, kickboxing, sparring
                            3     35. Judo, karate, Martial arts, Tai Kwon
                                      Do
                            0     36. War games, survival
                            4     37. Catch, frisbee
                            1     38. Tag games
                            2     39. Horseshoes, crocquet, bocce
                            0     40. Parasailing, hang gliding
                            5     41. Wood cutting, chopping wood
                            3     42. Light housework (cooking, ironing,
                                      washing dishes, making beds, etc.)
                            3     43. Heavy housework and handywork,
                                      (washing windows, washing and waxing
                                       floors, shopping & carrying grocery
                                       bags, painting inside-outside,
                                       carpentry/repair-remodeling)
                            2     44. Snow shoveling
                            0     45. Clearing snow with blower, mowing
                                      lawn
                           32     98. Other exercise
                            0     99. DK or Refused

 623-624    2b(23)    NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST TWO WEEKS

                           99       01-97.  1-97 times
                            1          98.  98+ times
                            3          99.  DK or Refused
                       33,527       Blank.  NA (locs. 621-622=00,99)

 625-627    2c(23)          MINUTES SPENT EACH TIME

                           99       001-996.  1-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            0           998.  Other entries
                            4           999.  DK or Refused
                       33,527         Blank.  NA (locs. 621-622=00,99)

   628      2d(23)    INCREASE IN HEART RATE OR BREATHING

                           23           1.  Small
                           27           2.  Moderate
                           10           3.  Large
                           38           4.  None
                            5           9.  DK or Refused
                       33,527       Blank.  NA (locs. 621-622=00,99)

 Tape Locations 629-646

   Tape
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   629         3        EXERCISE OR PLAY SPORTS REGULARLY

                       13,242           1.  Yes
                       20,003           2.  No
                          385           9.  DK or Refused

               4      LENGTH OF TIME EXERCISED OR PLAYED SPORTS

 630-631                         NUMBER OF TIME UNITS

                       12,679       01-97.  1-97 days, weeks, months, years
                            1          98.  98+ days, weeks, months, years
                          562          99.  DK or Refused
                       20,388       Blank.  NA (loc. 629 not equal to 1)

   632                              TIME UNITS

                           25           1.  Days
                          312           2.  Weeks
                        1,769           3.  Months
                       10,574           4.  Years
                          562           9.  DK or Refused
                       20,388       Blank.  NA (loc. 629 not equal to 1)

   633                              BLANK

   634         5a       DEGREE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

                       10,987           1.  More active
                        6,259           2.  Less active
                       15,584           3.  About as active
                          173           8.  Other
                          627           9.  DK or Refused

   635         5b                   MORE OR LESS ACTIVE

                        5,835           1.  A lot more
                        5,035           2.  A little more
                        2,221           3.  A lot less
                        3,757           4.  A little less
                          117           5.  More active; unknown how much
                          281           6.  Less active, unknown how much
                       16,384       Blank.  NA (loc. 634 not equal to 1,2)

   636         6a       AMOUNT PHYSICAL WORK REQUIRED ON JOB

                        3,262           1.  Great deal
                        5,189           2.  Moderate amount
                        5,567           3.  A little
                        5,907           4.  None
                          449           9.  DK or Refused
                       13,256   Blank.  NA (no job, not in labor force)

 637-638       6b    HOURS PER DAY PHYSICAL WORK DONE ON JOB

                        8,152       01-24.  1-24 hours
                          299          99.  DK or Refused
                       25,179   Blank.  NA (loc. 636 not equal to 1,2)

    639        6c   AMOUNT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REQUIRED IN MAIN
                             DAILY ACTIVITY

                          594           1.  Great deal
                        3,358           2.  Moderate amount
                        4,850           3.  A little
                        3,791           4.  None
                          663           9.  DK or Refused
                       20,374   Blank.  NA (in labor force with job)

 640-641       6d   HOURS PER DAY PHYSICAL WORK ON DAILY ACTIVITY

                        3,543       01-24.  1-24 hours
                          409          99.  DK or Refused
                       29,678  Blank.  NA (loc 639 not equal to 1,2)

   642         7a    NUMBER OF DAYS PER WEEK A PERSON SHOULD
                                    EXERCISE

                       27,461       0-7.  0-7 days
                          359         8.  Other
                        5,810         9.  DK or Refused

 643-645       7b    MINUTES A PERSON SHOULD EXERCISE EACH
                                    OCCASION

                       26,551       000-996.  0-996 minutes
                            0           997.  997+ minutes
                            3           998.  Other entries
                        7,076           999.  DK or Refused

   646         7c        DEGREE OF HEART RATE AND BREATHING

                        1,309     1.  No faster than usual
                       14,915     2.  A little faster than usual
                       10,986     3.  A lot faster but talking is possible
                          269     4.  So fast that talking is not possible
                        6,151     9.  DK or Refused

 Section S-Smoking (Locs. 647-670)

   Tape
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                               SECT. S.  SMOKING

   647         1        EVER SMOKED 100 CIGARETTES

                       17,967           1.  Yes
                       15,172           2.  No
                          491           9.  DK or Refused

   648         2a                   SMOKE NOW

                       10,055           1.  Yes
                        7,728           2.  No
                          184           9.  DK or Refused
                       15,663 Blank.  NA (loc. 647 not equal to 1 Never
                                            smoked 100 cigs.)

 (649-651)     2b        LAST SMOKED CIGARETTES REGULARLY

  649-650                      NUMBER OF TIME UNITS

                        7,147    01-96.  1-96 days, weeks, months, years
                            2       97.  97+ days, weeks, months, years
                          763       99.  DK or Refused or never smoked
                                            regularly
                       25,718     Blank.  NA (Never smoked, smoke now)

   651                              TIME UNITS

                           63           1.  Days
                          171           2.  Weeks
                          984           3.  Months
                        5,931           4.  Years
                          407           8.  Never smoked regularly
                          356           9.  DK or Refused
                       25,718       Blank.  NA (Never smoked, smoke now)

   652                              BLANK

   653         -           SMOKING STATUS RECODE

                       10,055     1.  Current smoker
                        7,335     2.  Former regular smoker
                          393     3.  Former occasional smoker
                       15,172     4.  Never smoked
                          184     5.  Smoker, unknown current smoking
                                      status
                          491     6.  Unknown smoking status

  654-655      3       NUMBER OF CIGARETTES NOW SMOKE PER DAY

                          181           00.  Less than 1 per day
                        9,774        01-97.  1-97 a day
                            7           98.  98+ a day
                           93           99.  DK or Refused
                       23,575        Blank.  NA (not current smoker)

 (656-663)  (4a-h)     CIGARETTE SMOKING INCREASES CHANCES OF:

   656         4a                   EMPHYSEMA

                       24,248           1.  Definitely increases
                        5,851           2.  Probably increases
                          475           3.  Probably does not increase
                          245           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            7           5.  Double entry
                           18           8.  Refused
                        2,786           9.  DK/no opinion

   657         4b                   BLADDER CANCER

                        4,124           1.  Definitely increases
                        7,612           2.  Probably increases
                        5,569           3.  Probably does not increase
                        2,497           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            7           5.  Double entry
                           20           8.  Refused
                       13,801           9.  DK/no opinion

 (656-663)  (4a-h)    CIGARETTE SMOKING INCREASES CHANCES OF:
                                    (CONTINUED)

   658         4c        CANCER OF THE LARYNX OR VOICE BOX

                       18,503           1.  Definitely increases
                       10,376           2.  Probably increases
                          734           3.  Probably does not increase
                          402           4.  Definitely does not increase
                           21           5.  Double entry
                           16           8.  Refused
                        3,578           9.  DK/no opinion

   659         4d                   CATARACTS

                        1,423           1.  Definitely increases
                        3,736           2.  Probably increases
                        7,030           3.  Probably does not increase
                        6,720           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            6           5.  Double entry
                           18           8.  Refused
                       14,697           9.  DK/no opinion

   660         4e                   CANCER OF THE ESOPHAGUS

                       14,131           1.  Definitely increases
                       12,068           2.  Probably increases
                        1,319           3.  Probably does not increase
                          709           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5           5.  Double entry
                           18           8.  Refused
                        5,380           9.  DK/no opinion

   661         4f            CHRONIC BRONCHITIS

                       17,949           1.  Definitely increases
                       10,518           2.  Probably increases
                          973           3.  Probably does not increase
                          553           4.  Definitely does not increase
                           19           5.  Double entry
                           17           8.  Refused
                        3,601           9.  DK/no opinion

   662         4g                   GALLSTONES

                        1,040           1.  Definitely increases
                        2,797           2.  Probably increases
                        7,168           3.  Probably does not increase
                        7,654           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            9           5.  Double entry
                           17           8.  Refused
                       14,945           9.  DK/no opinion

   663         4h                   LUNG CANCER

                       26,332           1.  Definitely increases
                        4,943           2.  Probably increases
                          297           3.  Probably does not increase
                          245           4.  Definitely does not increase
                           17           5.  Double entry
                           17           8.  Refused
                        1,779           9.  DK/no opinion

 (664-667)  (4i-j)    SMOKING DURING PREGNANCY INCREASES CHANCES
                                    OF:

   664         4i             MISCARRIAGE

                        6,524           1.  Definitely increases
                        7,213           2.  Probably increases
                        1,734           3.  Probably does not increase
                          617           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5           5.  Double entry
                            5           8.  Refused
                        2,820           9.  DK/no opinion
                       14,712       Blank.  (SP 45+ years old)

   665      4j                      STILLBIRTH

                        5,310           1.  Definitely increases
                        6,946           2.  Probably increases
                        2,021           3.  Probably does not increase
                          752           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5           5.  Double entry
                            5           8.  Refused
                        3,879           9.  DK/no opinion
                       14,712       Blank.  (SP 45+ years old)

   666      4k                      PREMATURE BIRTH

                        6,178           1.  Definitely increases
                        7,069           2.  Probably increases
                        1,656           3.  Probably does not increase
                          611           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5           5.  Double entry
                            5           8.  Refused
                        3,394           9.  DK/no opinion
                       14,712       Blank.  (SP 45+ years old)

   667      4l            LOW BIRTH WEIGHT OF THE NEWBORN

                        8,500           1.  Definitely increases
                        6,509           2.  Probably increases
                          927           3.  Probably does not increase
                          381           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            7           5.  Double entry
                            5           8.  Refused
                        2,589           9.  DK/no opinion
                       14,712       Blank.  (SP 45+ years old)

                   IF TAKE BIRTH CONTROL PILLS AND SMOKE:

   668         5a       MORE LIKELY TO HAVE STROKE

                       11,927           1.  Yes
                        1,171           2.  No
                        5,820           9.  DK or Refused
                       14,712       Blank.  (SP 45+ years)

   669         5b      MORE LIKELY OR SOMEWHAT LIKELY

                        6,580           1.  Much more
                        5,143           2.  Somewhat more
                          204           9.  DK or Refused
                       21,703       Blank.  (loc. 668 not equal to 1)

   670         6     DOCTOR EVER ADVISE TO QUIT SMOKING

                        6,532           1.  Yes
                        8,794           2.  No
                        2,641           9.  DK or Refused
                       15,663       Blank.  NA (loc. 647 not equal to 1)

 Section T-Alcohol Use (Locs. 671-705)

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency    Items and Codes
 __________________________________________________________________________

                             SECT. T.  ALCOHOL USE

   671         1a            12 DRINKS IN ENTIRE LIFE

                       28,179           1.  Yes
                        4,988           2.  No
                          463           9.  DK or Refused

   672         1b              12 DRINKS IN ANY ONE YEAR

                       23,843           1.  Yes
                        4,221           2.  No
                          115           9.  DK or Refused
                        5,451   Blank.  NA (loc. 671 not equal to 1)

   673         1c          AT LEAST ONE DRINK IN PAST YEAR

                       21,197           1.  Yes
                        2,605           2.  No
                           41           9.  DK or Refused
                        9,787    Blank.  NA (loc. 672 not equal to 1)

   674-675     1d         MAIN REASON FOR NOT DRINKING

                        1,706     00. No need/not necessary
                        5,248     01. Don't care for/dislike it
                        1,148     02. Medical/health reasons
                        1,506     03. Religious/moral reasons
                          512     04. Brought up not to drink
                           92     05. Costs too much
                          273     06. Family member an alcoholic or
                                      problem drinker
                          322     07. Infrequent drinker
                          799     08. Other
                          557     99. DK or Refused
                       21,197   Blank. NA (loc. 673 equal to 1, Current
                                            Drinker)

   676-677     2      NUMBER OF DAYS DRANK (IN PAST 2 WEEKS)

                        4,482           00. None/never
                        2,238           01. 14 (every day)
                           51           02. 13-14
                           57           03. 13
                           28           04. 12-13
                          224           05. 12
                           16           06. 11-12
                           47           07. 11
                           40           08. 10-11
                          622           09. 10
                           28           10. 9-10
                           87           11. 9
                           45           12. 8-9
                          261           13. 8
                           80           14. 7-8
                          588           15. 7
                           66           16. 6-7
                          543           17. 6
                           98           18. 5-6
                          875           19. 5
                          183           20. 4-5
                        1,486           21. 4
                          219           22. 3-4
                        1,751           23. 3
                          201           24. 2-3
                        3,086           25. 2
                          214           26. 1-2
                        3,404           27. 1
                          177           99. DK or Refused
                       12,433       Blank.  NA (Loc. 673 not equal to 1,
                                            no drinking in past year)

 678-679       3                    NUMBER OF DRINKS PER DAY

                          233           01. Twelve or more
                          400           02. Seven to eleven
                          733           03. Six
                          159           04. Five or six
                          442           05. Five
                          268           06. Four or five
                          989           07. Four
                          445           08. Three or four
                        2,051           09. Three
                          663           10. Two or three
                        4,235           11. Two
                        1,048           12. One or two
                        4,736           13. One
                           10           88. Other
                          303           99. DK or Refused
                       16,915        Blank. NA (Nondrinker, no drinks
                                            in past 2 weeks)

   680         4a     TYPICAL OF DRINKING PAST YEAR

                       15,231           1.  Yes
                        5,878           2.  No
                           88           9.  DK or Refused
                       12,433    Blank.  NA (No drinks in past year, loc.
                                            673 not equal to 1)

   681         4b      MORE OR LESS (THAN TYPICAL)

                        3,544           1.  More
                        2,275           2.  Less          loc. 680=2,9
                          147           9.  DK or Refused
                       27,664       Blank.  NA

 682-683       5        MONTHS WITH AT LEAST ONE DRINK

                       20,752       01-12.  1-12 months
                          445          99.  DK or Refused
                       12,433       Blank.  NA (No drinks in past year)

 684-686       6     DAYS WITH NINE OR MORE DRINKS IN PAST YEAR

                       16,954           000.  None or never
                        3,796       001-365.  1-365 days
                            7           888.  Other entries
                          440           999.  DK or Refused
                       12,433         Blank.  NA (No drinks in past year)

 687-689       7    DAYS WITH FIVE OR MORE DRINKS IN PAST YEAR

                       12,937           000.  None or never
                        7,575       001-365.  1-365 days
                           21           888.  Other entries
                          664           999.  DK or Refused
                       12,433         Blank.  NA (No drinks in past year)

 690-692       8     NUMBER OF TIMES IN PAST YEAR DROVE WHEN DRANK
                                    TOO MUCH

                       16,478           000.  None
                        3,351       001-500.  1-500+ times
                            9           888.  Other
                        1,191           998.  Don't Drive
                          168           999.  DK or Refused
                       12,433   Blank.  NA (No drinks in past year)

   693      Recode         RECODE FOR DRINKING STATUS

                        4,988     1.  Non-drinker (total abstainer)
                        4,221     2.  Non-drinker (less than 12 drinks in
                                      1 yr.
                       23,843     3.  Drinker
                          115     4.  Has had some drinks, unknown if 12
                                      in 1 yr.
                          463     5.  DK or Refused if ever drank

 (694-699)   9a-f      HEAVY ALCOHOL DRINKING INCREASES CHANCES OF:

   694         9a            THROAT CANCER

                        5,209           1.  Definitely increases
                        8,277           2.  Probably increases
                        7,221           3.  Probably does not increase
                        3,439           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5           5.  Double entry
                           23           8.  Refused
                        9,456           9.  DK/no opinion

   695         9b                   CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER

                       26,391           1.  Definitely increases
                        4,944           2.  Probably increases
                          188           3.  Probably does not increase
                          110           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            6           5.  Double entry
                           20           8.  Refused
                        1,971           9.  DK/no opinion

   696         9c                   BLADDER CANCER

                        9,358           1.  Definitely increases
                       12,591           2.  Probably increases
                        2,613           3.  Probably does not increase
                        1,030           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5           5.  Double entry
                           21           8.  Refused
                        8,012           9.  DK/no opinion

   697         9d               CANCER OF THE MOUTH

                        3,867           1.  Definitely increases
                        7,136           2.  Probably increases
                        7,525           3.  Probably does not increase
                        4,089           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            3           5.  Double entry
                           21           8.  Refused
                       10,989           9.  DK/no opinion

   698         9e                   ARTHRITIS

                        1,297           1.  Definitely increases
                        3,663           2.  Probably increases
                        7,802           3.  Probably does not increase
                        7,147           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            7           5.  Double entry
                           21           8.  Refused
                       13,693           9.  DK/no opinion

   699         9f                   BLOOD CLOTS

                        3,367           1.  Definitely increases
                        7,988           2.  Probably increases
                        5,905           3.  Probably does not increase
                        4,113           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            4           5.  Double entry
                           24           8.  Refused
                       12,229           9.  DK/no opinion

 (700-703)   9g-j         HEAVY DRINKING DURING PREGNANCY INCREASES
                                    CHANCES OF:

   700         9g                   MISCARRIAGE

                        9,071           1.  Definitely increases
                        6,966           2.  Probably increases
                          635           3.  Probably does not increase
                          200           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            7           5.  Double entry
                            8           8.  Refused
                        2,031           9.  DK/no opinion
                       14,712       Blank.  NA (SP 45+)

   701         9h       MENTAL RETARDATION OF THE NEWBORN

                        8,903           1.  Definitely increases
                        6,892           2.  Probably increases
                          676           3.  Probably does not increase
                          216           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            4           5.  Double entry
                            8           8.  Refused
                        2,219           9.  DK/no opinion
                       14,712       Blank.  NA (SP 45+)

   702         9i        LOW BIRTH WEIGHT OF THE NEWBORN

                        8,817           1.  Definitely increases
                        7,087           2.  Probably increases
                          596           3.  Probably does not increase
                          155           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            2           5.  Double entry
                            9           8.  Refused
                        2,252           9.  DK/no opinion
                       14,712       Blank.  NA (SP 45+)

   703         9j                   BIRTH DEFECTS

                        9,180           1.  Definitely increases
                        6,794           2.  Probably increases
                          662           3.  Probably does not increase
                          180           4.  Definitely does not increase
                            5           5.  Double entry
                            8           8.  Refused
                        2,089           9.  DK/no opinion
                       14,712       Blank.  NA (SP 45+)

   704         10a     HEARD OF FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME

                       10,588           1.  Yes
                        8,027           2.  No
                          303           9.  DK or Refused
                       14,712       Blank.  NA (SP 45+)

   705         10b    BEST DESCRIPTION OF FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME

                          331           1.  Drunk
                        7,481           2.  Addicted to alcohol
                        2,612           3.  With certain birth defects
                          164           9.  DK or Refused
                       23,042       Blank.  NA (loc. 704 not equal to 1)

 Section U-Dental Care (Locs. 706-719)

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 (706-710)     1a-e    TO PREVENT TOOTH DECAY IMPORTANT TO:
   706         1a           SEE A DENTIST REGULARLY

                       27,765           1.  Definitely important
                        4,078           2.  Probably important
                          550           3.  Probably not important
                          191           4.  Definitely not important
                            4           5.  Double entry
                           13           8.  Refused
                        1,029           9.  DK/no opinion

   707         1b         DRINK WATER WITH FLUORIDE

                       15,007           1.  Definitely important
                        10,961          2.  Probably important
                        1,873           3.  Probably not important
                          900           4.  Definitely not important
                            7           5.  Double entry
                           12           8.  Refused
                        4,870           9.  DK/no opinion

   708         1c      REGULAR BRUSHING AND FLOSSING

                       29,765           1.  Definitely important
                        2,704           2.  Probably important
                          122           3.  Probably not important
                           59           4.  Definitely not important
                            3           5.  Double entry
                           12           8.  Refused
                          965           9.  DK/no opinion

   709         1d      USE FLUORIDE TOOTHPASTE OR FLUORIDE
                                 MOUTH RINSE

                       20,306           1.  Definitely important
                        9,187           2.  Probably important
                          987           3.  Probably not important
                          401           4.  Definitely not important
                            5           5.  Double entry
                           13           8.  Refused
                        2,731           9.  DK/no opinion

   710         1e        AVOID BETWEEN MEAL SWEETS

                       20,022           1.  Definitely important
                        9,575           2.  Probably important
                        1,649           3.  Probably not important
                          490           4.  Definitely not important
                            2           5.  Double entry
                           12           8.  Refused
                        1,880           9.  DK/no opinion

 (711-715)     2a-e           TO PREVENT GUM DISEASE, IMPORTANT TO:
   711         2a                   SEE A DENTIST REGULARLY

                       27,531           1.  Definitely important
                        4,101           2.  Probably important
                          500           3.  Probably not important
                          186           4.  Definitely not important
                            2           5.  Double entry
                           13           8.  Refused
                        1,297           9.  DK/no opinion

   712         2b                   DRINK WATER WITH FLUORIDE

                       11,454           1.  Definitely important
                       10,272           2.  Probably important
                        3,795           3.  Probably not important
                        1,481           4.  Definitely not important
                            6           5.  Double entry
                           13           8.  Refused
                        6,609           9.  DK/no opinion

   713         2c                   REGULAR BRUSHING AND FLOSSING

                       27,949           1.  Definitely important
                        3,976           2.  Probably important
                          226           3.  Probably not important
                          104           4.  Definitely not important
                            5           5.  Double entry
                           13           8.  Refused
                        1,357           9.  DK/no opinion

   714         2d      USE FLUORIDE TOOTHPASTE OR FLUORIDE MOUTH
                                    RINSE

                       15,986           1.  Definitely important
                        9,789           2.  Probably important
                        2,823           3.  Probably not important
                          968           4.  Definitely not important
                            0           5.  Double entry
                           14           8.  Refused
                        4,050           9.  DK/no opinion

   715         2e                   AVOID BETWEEN MEAL SWEETS

                       16,972           1.  Definitely important
                       10,038           2.  Probably important
                        2,824           3.  Probably not important
                          894           4.  Definitely not important
                            3           5.  Double entry
                           14           8.  Refused
                        2,885           9.  DK/no opinion

   716         3      MAIN CAUSE OF TOOTH LOSS IN CHILDREN

                       19,405           1.  Tooth decay
                        2,841           2.  Gum disease
                        9,374           3.  Injury to the teeth
                           70           7.  Other entries
                        1,940           9.  DK or Refused

   717         4      MAIN CAUSE OF TOOTH LOSS IN ADULTS

                       13,144           1.  Tooth decay
                       17,952           2.  Gum disease
                          865           3.  Injury to the teeth
                           50           7.  Other entries
                        1,619           9.  DK or Refused

   718         5a      HEARD OF DENTAL SEALANTS

                        7,291           1.  Yes
                       25,788           2.  No
                          551           9.  DK or Refused

   719         5b    WHICH BEST DESCRIBES PURPOSE OF DENTAL
                                    SEALANTS

                          323           1.  Prevent gum disease
                        5,785           2.  Prevent tooth decay
                          869           3.  Hold dentures in place
                          314           9.  DK or Refused
                       26,339       Blank.  NA (loc. 718 not equal to 1)

 Tape Locations 720-780

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   720         1a     EXPOSED TO SUBSTANCES IN PRESENT JOB

                        6,706           1.  Yes
                       13,081           2.  No
                          409           7.  No answer given   Has a job
                            6           8.  Refused       (loc. 75=1-6)
                          172           9.  DK
                       13,256       Blank.  NA (loc. 75 not equal to 1-6,
                                            no job)

 721-722       1b(1)                WHAT SUBSTANCE (1)

                                  01. Chemicals
                                  02. Dusts
                                  03. Fibers or fibrous materials
                                  04. Anesthetic gases
                                  05. Other gases, fumes, vapors, or mists
                                  06. Disease or biological hazards
                                  07. Radiation/radiation hazard
                                  08. Loud or excess noise
                                  09. Extreme heat or cold
                                  10. Physical stress
                                  11. Mental stress
                                  12. Uncomfortable work position/conditio
                                  13. Vibration
                                  14. Improper lighting
                                  15. Injuries--powered
                                      equipment, machinery/tools
                                  16. Injuries--non-powered equipment or
                                      tools
                                  17. Injuries--over-exertion in lifting
                                      objects
                                  18. Injuries inflicted by person, other
                                      than injured (except firearms)
                                  19. Injuries from firearms inflicted by
                                      person other than injured
                                  20. Injuries from falling or flying
                                      objects
                                  21. Injuries from animals
                                  22. Injuries--contact with temperature
                                      extremes - hot objects
                                  23. Falls from elevation
                                  24. Slips and falls onto same level
                                  25. Falls, unspecified
                                  26. Injuries from vehicles
                                  27. Contact with electrical current
                                  28. Drowning
                                  29. Injuries from explosion
                                  30. Asphyxiation
                                  31. Lacerations, cuts or bruises
                                  32. Puncture
                                  33. Amputation or crushing injury
                                  34. Eye injuries
                                  35. Other injuries
                                  88. Other
                                  97. Unknown but health effect given
                                  98. Refused
                                  99. Don't know
                                Blank. (No job, no exposure mentioned)

                         HOW SUBSTANCE 1 ENDANGERS YOUR HEALTH

 723-724       1c(1)       HEALTH EFFECT 1

                                  01. Cancer
                                  02. Tumors or Growths (non-cancer/not
                                      specified)
                                  03. Lung/respiratory problems other than
                                      cancer
                                  04. Hearing impairment
                                  05. Eye or vision problems
                                  06. Genetic changes or reproductive
                                       problems
                                  07. Infection
                                  08. Skin diseases or disorders
                                  09. Central nervous system
                                      problems/disorders
                                  10. Asphyxiation
                                  11. Headache
                                  12. Psychological or behavioral problem
                                  13. Digestive or gastro-intestinal
                                      problem
                                  14. Muscle, nerve or bone problem
                                  15. Frostbite or other effect from cold
                                  16. Burns
                                  17. Heat exhaustion/heat stroke/other
                                      effect
                                  18. Death
                                  19. Cardiovascular/circulatory
                                      problem/disease
                                  20. Blood diseases or disorders
                                  21. Poisoning
                                  22. Lowered resistance to disease
                                  23. Injury N.E.C.
                                  88. Other
                                  97. No health effect given
                                  98. Refused
                                  99. Don't know
                                Blank. NA

 725-726       1c(1)    SUBSTANCE 1-HEALTH EFFECT 2 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 727-728       1c(1)    SUBSTANCE 1-HEALTH EFFECT 3 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 729-730       1c(1)    SUBSTANCE 1-HEALTH EFFECT 4 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 731-732       1b(2)    WHAT SUBSTANCE (2) (See codes loc. 721-722)

 733-734       1c(2)    SUBSTANCE 2-HEALTH EFFECT 1 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 735-736       1c(2)    SUBSTANCE 2-HEALTH EFFECT 2 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 737-738       1c(2)    SUBSTANCE 2-HEALTH EFFECT 3 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 739-740       1c(2)    SUBSTANCE 2-HEALTH EFFECT 4 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 741-742       1b(3)    WHAT SUBSTANCE (3) (See codes loc. 721-722)

 743-744       1c(3)    SUBSTANCE 3-HEALTH EFFECT 1 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 745-746       1c(3)    SUBSTANCE 3-HEALTH EFFECT 2 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 747-748       1c(3)    SUBSTANCE 3-HEALTH EFFECT 3 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 749-750       1c(3)    SUBSTANCE 3-HEALTH EFFECT 4 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 751-752       1b(4)    WHAT SUBSTANCE (4) (See codes loc. 721-722)

 753-754       1c(4)    SUBSTANCE 4-HEALTH EFFECT 1 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 755-756       1c(4)    SUBSTANCE 4-HEALTH EFFECT 2 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 757-758       1c(4)    SUBSTANCE 4-HEALTH EFFECT 3 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 759-760       1c(4)    SUBSTANCE 4-HEALTH EFFECT 4 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 761-762       1b(5)    WHAT SUBSTANCE (5) (See codes loc. 721-722)

 763-764       1c(5)    SUBSTANCE 5-HEALTH EFFECT 1 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 765-766       1c(5)    SUBSTANCE 5-HEALTH EFFECT 2 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 767-768       1c(5)    SUBSTANCE 5-HEALTH EFFECT 3 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 769-770       1c(5)    SUBSTANCE 5-HEALTH EFFECT 4 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 771-772       1b(6)    WHAT SUBSTANCE (6) (See codes loc. 721-722)

 773-774       1c(6)    SUBSTANCE 6-HEALTH EFFECT 1 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 775-776       1c(6)    SUBSTANCE 6-HEALTH EFFECT 2 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 777-778       1c(6)    SUBSTANCE 6-HEALTH EFFECT 3 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 779-780       1c(6)    SUBSTANCE 6-HEALTH EFFECT 4 (See codes loc.
                                    723-724)

 Tape Locations 781-841

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   781         2a       EXPOSED TO WORK CONDITIONS IN PRESENT JOB

                        7,129     1.  Yes
                       12,763     2.  No
                          403     7.  No answer given   Has a job
                            4     8.  Refused           (loc. 75=1-6)
                           75     9.  DK
                       13,256     Blank.  NA (loc. 75 not equal to 1-6,
                                      no job

 782-783       2b(1)                WHAT WORK CONDITION (1)

                                  01. Chemicals
                                  02. Dusts
                                  03. Fibers or fibrous materials
                                  04. Anesthetic gases
                                  05. Other gases, fumes, vapors, or mists
                                  06. Disease or biological hazards
                                  07. Radiation/radiation hazard
                                  08. Loud or excess noise
                                  09. Extreme heat or cold
                                  10. Physical stress
                                  11. Mental stress
                                  12. Uncomfortable work position/condition
                                  13. Vibration
                                  14. Improper lighting
                                  15. Injuries--powered
                                      equipment, machinery/tools
                                  16. Injuries--non-powered equipment or
                                      tools
                                  17. Injuries--over-exertion in lifting
                                      objects
                                  18. Injuries inflicted by person, other
                                      than injured (except firearms)
                                  19. Injuries from firearms inflicted by
                                      person other than injured
                                  20. Injuries from falling or flying
                                      objects
                                  21. Injuries from animals
                                  22. Injuries--contact with temperature
                                      extremes - hot objects
                                  23. Falls from elevation
                                  24. Slips and falls onto same level
                                  25. Falls, unspecified
                                  26. Injuries from vehicles
                                  27. Contact with electrical current
                                  28. Drowning
                                  29. Injuries from explosion
                                  30. Asphyxiation
                                  31. Lacerations, cuts or bruises
                                  32. Puncture
                                  33. Amputation or crushing injury
                                  34. Eye injuries
                                  35. Other injuries
                                  88. Other
                                  97. Unknown but health effect given
                                  98. Refused
                                  99. Don't know
                               Blank. (No job, no exposure mentioned)

                        HOW WORK CONDITION 1 ENDANGERS YOUR HEALTH

 784-785       2c(1)       HEALTH EFFECT 1

                                  01. Cancer
                                  02. Tumors or Growths (non-cancer/not
                                            specified)
                                  03. Lung/respiratory problems other than
                                      cancer
                                  04. Hearing impairment
                                  05. Eye or vision problems
                                  06. Genetic changes or reproductive
                                      problems
                                  07. Infection
                                  08. Skin diseases or disorders
                                  09. Central nervous system
                                      problems/disorders
                                  10. Asphyxiation
                                  11. Headache
                                  12. Psychological or behavioral problem
                                  13. Digestive or gastro-intestinal
                                      problem
                                  14. Muscle, nerve or bone problem
                                  15. Frostbite or other effect from cold
                                  16. Burns
                                  17. Heat exhaustion/heat stroke/other
                                      effect
                                  18. Death
                                  19. Cardiovascular/circulatory
                                      problem/disease
                                  20. Blood diseases or disorders
                                  21. Poisoning
                                  22. Lowered resistance to disease
                                  23. Injury N.E.C.
                                  88. Other
                                  97. No health effect given
                                  98. Refused
                                  99. Don't know
                                Blank. NA

 786-787       2c(1)    WORK CONDITION 1-HEALTH EFFECT 2
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 788-789       2c(1)    WORK CONDITION 1-HEALTH EFFECT 3
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 790-791       2c(1)    WORK CONDITION 1-HEALTH EFFECT 4
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 792-793       2b(2)    WHAT WORK CONDITION (2)
                        (See codes loc. 782-783)

 794-795       2c(2)    WORK CONDITION 2-HEALTH EFFECT 1
               2c(2)       (See codes loc. 784-785)

 796-797       2c(2)    WORK CONDITION 2-HEALTH EFFECT 2
               2c(2)       (See codes loc. 784-785)

 798-799       2c(2)    WORK CONDITION 2-HEALTH EFFECT 3
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 800-801       2c(2)    WORK CONDITION 2-HEALTH EFFECT 4
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 802-803       2b(3)    WHAT WORK CONDITION (3) (See codes loc. 782-
                                    783)

 804-805       2c(3)    WORK CONDITION 3-HEALTH EFFECT 1
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 806-807       2c(3)    WORK CONDITION 3-HEALTH EFFECT 2
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 808-809       2c(3)    WORK CONDITION 3-HEALTH EFFECT 3
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 810-811       2c(3)    WORK CONDITION 3-HEALTH EFFECT 4
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 812-813       2b(4)    WHAT WORK CONDITION (4) (See codes loc. 782-
                                    783)

 814-815       2b(4)    WORK CONDITION 4-HEALTH EFFECT 1
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 816-817       2c(4)    WORK CONDITION 4-HEALTH EFFECT 2
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 818-819       2c(4)    WORK CONDITION 4-HEALTH EFFECT 3
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 820-821       2c(4)    WORK CONDITION 4-HEALTH EFFECT 4
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 822-823       2b(5)    WHAT WORK CONDITION (5) (See codes loc. 782-
                                    783)

 824-825       2c(5)    WORK CONDITION 5-HEALTH EFFECT 1
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 826-827       2c(5)    WORK CONDITION 5-HEALTH EFFECT 2
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 828-829       2c(5)    WORK CONDITION 5-HEALTH EFFECT 3
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 830-831       2c(5)    WORK CONDITION 5-HEALTH EFFECT 4
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 832-833       2b(6)    WHAT WORK CONDITION (6) (See codes loc. 782-
                                    783)

 834-835       2c(6)    WORK CONDITION 6-HEALTH EFFECT 1
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 836-837       2c(6)    WORK CONDITION 6-HEALTH EFFECT 2
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 838-839       2c(6)    WORK CONDITION 6-HEALTH EFFECT 3
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 840-841       2c(6)    WORK CONDITION 6-HEALTH EFFECT 4
                           (See codes loc. 784-785)

 Tape Locations 842-863

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency    Items and Codes
 __________________________________________________________________________

   842         3a       EXPOSED TO RISK OF ACCIDENT

                        7,751     1.  Yes
                       12,158     2.  No
                          402     7.  No answer given   Has a job
                            2     8.  Refused           (loc. 75=1-6)
                           61     9.  DK
                       13,256  Blank.  NA (loc. 75 not equal to 1-6, no job

 843-844       3b(1)         WHAT RISK (1)

                                  01. Chemicals
                                  02. Dusts
                                  03. Fibers or fibrous materials
                                  04. Anesthetic gases
                                  05. Other gases, fumes, vapors, or mists
                                  06. Disease or biological hazards
                                  07. Radiation/radiation hazard
                                  08. Loud or excess noise
                                  09. Extreme heat or cold
                                  10. Physical stress
                                  11. Mental stress
                                  12. Uncomfortable work position/conditio
                                  13. Vibration
                                  14. Improper lighting
                                  15. Injuries--powered
                                      equipment, machinery/tools
                                  16. Injuries--non-powered equipment or
                                      tools
                                  17. Injuries--over-exertion in lifting
                                       objects
                                  18. Injuries inflicted by person, other
                                      than injured (except firearms)
                                  19. Injuries from firearms inflicted by
                                      person other than injured
                                  20. Injuries from falling or flying
                                      objects
                                  21. Injuries from animals
                                  22. Injuries--contact with temperature
                                      extremes - hot objects
                                  23. Falls from elevation
                                  24. Slips and falls onto same level
                                  25. Falls, unspecified
                                  26. Injuries from vehicles
                                  27. Contact with electrical current
                                  28. Drowning
                                  29. Injuries from explosion
                                  30. Asphyxiation
                                  31. Lacerations, cuts or bruises
                                  32. Puncture
                                  33. Amputation or crushing injury
                                  34. Eye injuries
                                  35. Other injuries
                                  88. Other
                                  97. Unknown but health effect given
                                  98. Refused
                                  99. Don't know
                                Blank. (No job, no exposure mentioned)

 845-846       3b(2)    WHAT RISK (2)  (See codes loc. 843-844)

 847-848       3b(3)    WHAT RISK (3)  (See codes loc. 843-844)

 849-850       3b(4)    WHAT RISK (4)  (See codes loc. 843-844)

 851-852       3b(5)    WHAT RISK (5)  (See codes loc. 843-844)

 853-854       3b(6)    WHAT RISK (6)  (See codes loc. 843-844)

 855-856       3b(7)    WHAT RISK (7)  (See codes loc. 843-844)

 857-858       3b(8)    WHAT RISK (8)  (See codes loc. 843-844)

 859-860       3b(9)    WHAT RISK (9)  (See codes loc. 843-844)

 861-862       3b(10)   WHAT RISK (10) (See codes loc. 843-844)

   863      Recode        OCCUPATION EXPOSURE RECODE

                       12,059     1.  Yes to one or more exposure question
                        7,801     2.  No to all exposure questions
                          107     6.  Combination of no/unknown/refused/DK
                                      answer to exposure questions
                          384     7.  None of exposure questions answered
                                            (Dummy Record)
                            1     8.  Refused to all exposure questions
                           22     9.  DK to all exposure questions
                       13,256    Blank.  NA (No job)

 Tape Locations 864-924

   Tape
 Locations  Item No.   Frequency    Items and Codes
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (864-923)  Generated               SPECIFIC EXPOSURE

            Frequencies given below     1.  Yes, mentioned as exposure
              (by subtraction)          2.  No, not mentioned but exposed
                        7,801           3.  No mention of any health risks
                          514           4.  Unknown
                       13,256       Blank.  NA (No job)

                                    EXPOSED TO:

   864                  3,649       CHEMICALS

   865                  2,433       DUSTS

   866                    452       FIBERS OR FIBROUS MATERIALS

   867                     49       ANESTHETIC GASES

   868                  2,522       OTHER GASES, FUMES, VAPORS, OR MISTS

   869                    383       DISEASE OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS

   870                    761       RADIATION HAZARD

   871                  2,784       LOUD OR EXCESS NOISE

   872                  2,107       EXTREME HEAT OR COLD

   873                    854       PHYSICAL STRESS

   874                  3,335       MENTAL STRESS

   875                    126       UNCOMFORTABLE WORK POSITION

   876                      3     VIBRATION

   877                     84     IMPROPER LIGHTING

   878                  1,487     INJURIES FROM POWERED EQUIPMENT OR TOOLS

   879                    575     INJURIES FROM NON-POWERED EQUIPMENT OR

                                    TOOLS

   880                    991     INJURIES FROM OVER-EXERTION IN LIFTING

                                    OBJECTS

   881                    615     INJURIES INFLICTED BY PERSON, OTHER THAN

                                   INJURED (EXCEPT FIREARMS)

   882                    112     INJURIES FROM FIREARMS INFLICTED BY

                                   PERSON OTHER

                                   THAN INJURED

   883                  1,171     INJURIES FROM FALLING OR FLYING OBJECTS

   884                    240     INJURIES FROM ANIMALS

   885                    798     INJURIES FROM CONTACT WITH TEMPERATURE

                                   EXTREMES - HOT OBJECTS

   886                  1,117     FALLS FROM ELEVATION

   887                  1,064     SLIPS AND FALLS ONTO WORKING SURFACE

   888                    419     FALLS, UNSPECIFIED

   889                  1,717     INJURIES FROM VEHICLES

   890                    438     CONTACT WITH ELECTRICAL CURRENT

   891                     17       DROWNING

   892                    256       INJURIES FROM EXPLOSION

   893                     19       ASPHYXIATION

   894                    677       LACERATIONS, CUTS OR BRUISES

   895                    209       PUNCTURE

   896                    448       AMPUTATION OR CRUSHING INJURY

   897                    141       EYE INJURIES

   898                    347       OTHER INJURY

   899                    534       OTHER EXPOSURE

                               HEALTH EFFECT:

   900                  1,315     CANCER

   901                     22     TUMORS OR GROWTHS (NON-CANCER OR NOT
                                   SPECIFIED)

   902                  4,725     LUNG AND RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS OTHER THAN
                                   CANCER

   903                  2,615     HEARING IMPAIRMENT

   904                    801     EYE OR VISION PROBLEMS

   905                    224     GENETIC CHANGES OR REPRODUCTIVE PROBLEMS

   906                    350     INFECTION

   907                    774     SKIN DISEASES OR DISORDERS

   908                    441     DIZZINESS OR LIGHT-HEADEDNESS

   909                    154     ASPHYXIATION

   910                    473     HEADACHE

   911                  2,241     PSYCHOLOGICAL OR BEHAVIORAL PROBLEM

   912                    621     GASTRO-INTESTINAL PROBLEM

   913                    553     MUSCLE, NERVE OR BONE PROBLEM

   914                    638     FROSTBITE OR OTHER EFFECT FROM COLD

   915                    925     BURNS

                                    HEALTH EFFECT:

   916                    838     HEAT EXHAUSTION/HEAT STROKE

   917                    490     DEATH

   918                  1,687     CARDIOVASCULAR PROBLEMS/DISEASE

   919                     88     BLOOD DISEASES OR DISORDERS

   920                    237     POISONING

   921                    156     LOWERED RESISTANCE TO DISEASE

   922                    330     INJURY, NEC

   923                  1,855     OTHER HEALTH EFFECT

  924-930                           BLANK


APPENDIX

 Appendix A-Questions About Occupational Safety and Health

 Substances, Work Conditions, Risks of Accident/Injury

 CODE

 01.  CHEMICALS

      Physical substances, compounds, or elements. If chemical name given &
      not specified as solid, liquid, dust, gas, fume, vapor or mist then
      code according to "Physical Description" given in the Pocket Guide
      to Chemical Hazards.*  If the chemical is not listed in the Pocket
      Guide, or if the information from the Pocket Guide is inadequate,
      code chemical (01).

      INCLUDES

      a.   Any chemical in a non-gasous state

      b.   Any chemical in a solid state (except dusts, powder, sand,
           particles, particulates or shavings; Code 02)

      c.   Any chemical in a liquid state (except gas, fumes, vapors
           or mists; Code 05)

      d.   Chemical elements

      e.   Elements

      f.   Chemical reagents

      g.   Reagents

      h.   Organic chemicals

      i.   Inorganic chemicals

      j.   Hydrocarbons

      k.   Acids

      l.   Bases

      m.   Solvents

      n.   Toxic substances

      o.   Toxic chemicals

      p.   Pharmaceuticals (Drugs)

      q.   Any chemical acronym (e.g., DBCP or MEK)

 *See the NIOSH/OSHA Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards, U.S. Department
  of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Labor, 1978.

      EXAMPLES:

      Grease                                         Printers markers
      Toxic waste                                    Ink
      Pesticide                                      Marking pens
      Insecticide
      Hair permanent solution
      Herbicide
      Poison
      Dye
      Paint (Code "paint fumes" as "Other gases, fumes, vapors, or
      mists,"05.)
      Detergent
      Cleaning fluids (Code "fumes from cleaning fluids" as "Other
      gases, fumes, vapors or mists," 05.)
      Combining chemicals
      Drugs
      Film developer solution
      Caustics
      Caustic liquids
      Clay

      Exposure to the following where not specified that it is in a vapor
      or misform:

           lead                                      dioxin
           polychlorinated biphenols (PCB)           degreasers
           vinyl chloride                            paint remover
           DDT                                       gasoline
           alcohol                                   plastic
           benzene                                   resins
           acetone
           chlorine
           ketone
           toluene
           xylene
           acrylonitrile
           formaldehyde
           petroleum or oil

 EXCLUDES:

 a.   Any response specified as a gas, fume, vapor, or mist
      (Code (a) as "Other gases, fumes, vapors, or mists," 05).

 b.   A chemical gas, fume, vapor, or mist (example:  "chlorine gas")
      (Code (b) as "Other gases, fumes, vapors, or mists," 05).

 c.   Anesthetic chemicals, such as nitrous oxide, ether, or methoxyflurane.
      (Code (c) as "Anesthetic gases," 04).

 d.   Any response specified as a dust, (Code "chemical dust" 02).


 CODE

 02   DUSTS

      Solid particles generated by handling, crushing, griding, and
      detonation of organic and inorganic materials such as rock,
      metal, coal, wood, and many other materials.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any response specified as a dust

      b.   Any unspecified dust

      c.   Powders

      d.   Sand

      e.   Particles

      f.   Particulates

      EXAMPLES:

      Chemical dust
      Cement dust
      Saw dust
      Wood shavings
      Carbon dust
      Silica dust
      Coal dust
      Coke oven dust
      Metal dusts
      Grain dust
      Cotton dust
      Sand or carbon used to make castings or molds
      Particles, sand or dust from sandblasting
      Dust
      Lint
      Bone cement
      Soda ash

 CODE

 03  FIBERS OR FIBROUS MATERIALS

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any response specified as a fiber, fibrous material, or filament

      b.   Fiberglass

      c.   Product "fillers"

      d.   Asbestos

      EXAMPLES:

      Fibers
      Cotton or cotton fibers
      Jute fibers
      Asbestos fibers
      Insulation


 CODE

 04   ANESTHETIC GASES

      Chemical substance in gaseous form that produces insensibility
      to pain or touch.

      INCLUDES

      a.   Any response specified as a gaseous anesthetic

      b.   Nitrous oxide

      c.   Ether

      d.   Methoxyflurane

      EXAMPLES:

      Gases from hospital operating room or surgery
      Sleeping gas
      Laughing gas
      General anesthetic

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Unspecified gases, code 05

      b.   Non-gaseous anesthetics, (e.g., Novocain) code 01

 CODE

 05   OTHER GASES, FUMES, VAPORS OR MISTS

      INCLUDES:
      a.   Any response specified as a gas, fume, vapor or mist
           (other than an anesthetic)

      b.   Any unspecified gas, fume, vapor or mist

      c.   Any chemical identified as a gas, fume, vapor or mist

      d.   Any chemical identified as non-solid and non-liquid

      e.   Unspecified droplets

      f.   Fog

      g.   Smoke

      h.   Spray

      i.   Aerosol

      j.   Any response indicating a response to a smell or odor

      EXAMPLES:

      Toxic gas                                   Oxygen
      Airborne toxic gas                          Smell of plastic burning
      Fumes from molten metal                     Fly spray
      Chemical gas                                Canned air
      Chemical spray
      Non-solid products from welding, other than light
      Substances as they are being used to lubricate, quench, or cool
      a process (e.g., oil mist)
      Cigarette smoke

      The following in gaseous or vapor form:
           Alcohol
           Chloroform
           Ammonia
           Benzene
           Carbon dioxide
           Carbon monoxide
           Formaldehyde
           Hydrochloric acid
           Ozone
           Toluene
           Paint remover
           Degreaser
           Gasoline
           Refrigerant
           Fumigant

           EXCLUDE:
           Gas lines, code 29.

 CODE

 06   DISEASE OR BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS

      A substance or situation with the present or potential risk of either
      transmitting disease or causing disease.

      INCLUDES:

      a. Any person, place or thing infected with or harboring disease or
         other biological components capable of causing a hazard to health

      b. Infectious agents

      c.   Infections

      d.   Animal or human products or wastes

      EXAMPLES:                                      EXAMPLES:

      Sick people                                    Hair
      Nursing homes
      Convalescent centers
      Hospital patients
      Hospitals
      Soiled hospital linen
      Dental office
      Used medical equipment
      Sterilizing unit
      Autoclaves
      Medical laboratory
      Animals
      Laboratory animals
      Insects
      Sewers or wastewater treatment processes
      Fermenting products or processes
      Bacteria
      Virus
      Germs
      Fungus
      Mold
      Mildew
      Yeast
      Parasites
      Enzymes
      Colds
      Influenza or flu
      Illness
      Disease
      Spores
      Blood products

 CODE

 07   RADIATION/RADIATION HAZARDS

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any response specified as "radiation" or "a radiation or
           nuclear hazard"

      b.   Any response specified as "radioactive" or radioactivity"

      c.   Anything contaminated by radiation

      d.   Electromagnetic energy or radiation

      e.   Non-ionizing radiation

      f.   Ionizing radiation

      g.   Fluorescent substances

      h.   High intensity light

      EXAMPLES:

      Electrons
      Protons
      Neutrons
      Photons
      Radiation
      Electromagnetic energy
      X-rays
      Gamma rays
      Alpha rays
      Beta rays
      Radionuclides
      Infrared radiation
      Radiowave
      Radio frequencies
      Radar
      Ultraviolet radiation (except from the sun)
      Laser radiation
      Microwave radiation
      Lasers
      Masers
      Work near radiation source
      Work with radioactive material
      Nuclear waste
      Welding arcs


 CODE

 08   LOUD OR EXCESS NOISE

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any continuous or impact noise

      b.   Any noise causing speech interference at a distance of 2
           feet or less

      c.   Any annoying noise with an intensity greater than background

      d.   High pitch noises

      e.   Low humming sounds

      f.   Any unspecified noise or loud environment

      EXAMPLES:

      Noise from:

           Wood saws
           Grinders, sanders, polishers
           Metal working machines
           Stamping machinery
           Dropping hammers

      Whining
      Banging
      Clanging
      Whirring
      Screeching
      Pounding
      Noisy environment
      Loud noises
      Can't hear from noise

      EXCLUDES:

      Typewriter and computer printer noises, code "Other", 88

 CODE

 09   EXTREME HEAT OR COLD

      Any artificially created or naturally occurring hot or cold
      environment to which the entire body is exposed.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any conditions which influence the temperature equilibrium
           of the body

      b.   High or very low humidity

      c.   Air temperature:  hot - greater than 80 degrees Fahrenheit;
           cold - less than 35 degrees Fahrenheit

      d.   Air movement

      e.   Temperature of surrounding objects (radiant heat or cold)

      f.   Any exposure occurring from natural climatic conditions such as
           outdoor construction work in the summer or winter months.

      g.   Burns from the sun or radiation (sun).

      EXAMPLES:

      Working in, near, or with:

           Boiler rooms
           Blast furnaces
           Coke ovens
           Cold storage rooms
           Meat packing coolers
           Steam tunnels
           Hot or cold work areas
           Hot or cold climate
      Exposure to the sun
           Weather

      EXCLUDES:

      Exposure of only parts of the body to hot or cold objects or
      substance, code 22.

 CODE

 10   PHYSICAL STRESS

      Any activity requiring intense physical exertion as evidenced by
      increased heart rate, muscle aching or cramps, tiredness or other
      similar symptoms.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Hard physical labor

      b.   Hard manual labor

      c.   Constant standing, walking, running

      d.   Current physical exertion or overexertion

      e.   Activity that causes increased heart rate from physical exertion.

      EXAMPLES:

      Physically exhausting work such as:

           Mixing concrete
           Carrying bricks, stones, blocks
           Carpentry work
           Operating metal working machinery
           Digging (manually)
           Shovelling

      EXCLUDE:

      Physical stress from vibration, code 13.


 CODE

 11   MENTAL STRESS

      Any activity causing intense mental exertion or conflict on a
      routine or daily basis.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any unspecified "stress"

      b.   Tense job situations

      c.   Hostile job situations

      d.   Shift work

      e.   Unusual working hours

      f.   Life-threatening situations

      g.   Psychological stress

      h.   Job-related stress

      i.   Over-utilization

      j.   Under utilization


      EXAMPLES:

      a.   Conflict with supervisor

      b.   Disagreements with co-workers

      c.   Verbal abuse


 CODE

 12   UNCOMFORTABLE WORK POSITIONS OR WORK CONDITION

      Any external force acting on the body during the performance of
      a task that produces work strain.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Sitting postures

      b.   Standing

      c.   Kneeling

      d.   Crouching

      e.   Crawling

      f.   Unusual arm, leg, wrist, hand or finger movements

      g.   Change in air pressure

      h.   Exposre to work conditions that cause poor air quality

      i.   Mention of ncomfortable work setitng such as "swamp: or "woods"

      EXAMPLES:

      Awkward position of work materials/equipment
      Working in tight spaces
      Feel cramped
      Have to bend a lot

      Discomfort from Prolonged:

           Typing                                    Poor air circulation
           Assembly work                             Lack of fresh air
           Turning dials                             Lack of or poor
           Hammering, cutting                        ventilation
           Work under autos, trucks,                 AC blowing dirty air
           buses, etc.                               Leaking roof
           Sitting at desk

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Physical stress, code 10.

      b.   Activity that causes increased heart rate from physical
           exertion, code 10.

      c.   Any work position that is uncomfortable due to vibration,
           code 13.

      d.   Discomfort from heat or cold, code 09.

      e.   "High pressure air" in response to 3b, code 15.


 CODE

 13   VIBRATION


      a.   Whole body - action on the entire body by machinery or materials
           moving rapidly in alternately opposite directions.

      b.   Segmental - only part of the body is in contact with the
           vibrating medium and the bulk of the body rests on a
           stationary surface.

           INCLUDES:

           a. Any work condition or situation that causes the worker's
              body to vibrate or shake.

           b. Any response that specifies vibration, shaking, or bouncing.

           c. Physical stress from vibration.

           d. Any work position that is uncomfortable due to vibration.

           EXAMPLES:

           Driving a bouncy truck or farm equipment
           Use tools or equipment that vibrate or make my hands shake
           Bouncing around
           Get jarred
           Get physically shaken up


 CODE

 14   IMPROPER LIGHTING

      Lack of suitable or insufficient light for the visibility of
      objects & awareness of space needed to perform in a productive &
      secure manner.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any response which specifies a problem or dissatisfaction
           with the light available for work.

      b.   Any response which specifies a problem or dissatisfaction with
           visibility at work.

      c.   Unspecified glare.

      EXAMPLES:

      Too dark
      Too bright
      Glare from Video Display Terminals (VDT)
      Television screen
      Television monitors
      Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT)


 CODE

 15   INJURIES FROM POWERED EQUIPMENT, MACHINERY OR TOOLS

      Injuries from machines, power tools or any other equipment that
      operates under its own power, i.e., where the power originates
      from a source other than the person using the tool.

      Includes injuries from "machines" or "machinery" or any equipment
      powered by electricity, gasoline, hydraulics which includes some of
      the following examples:

      Agitators

      Agricultural Machines                          Packaging Machines

      Buffers (electric)                             Planers

      Cash registers                                 Power Saws

      Construction Machines                          Power Shears

      Conveyor Belts                                 Printing Machines

      Crushing Machines                              Punches

      Drilling or Boring Machines                    Riveters

      Grinders                                       Sandblasters

      Hoisting Machines                              Slicers

      Lathes or Turning Machines                     Slitters

      Mining and Tunnelling Machines                 Stitching and Sewing
                                                     Machines
                                                     Tow motor

      Office Machines                                Weaving, Knitting and
           Machines                                  Spinning

      Mechanical jacks                               Machines using High
                                                     Pressure
                                                     Air

      Moving belts                                   Welding Machines

 Also includes injuries where there is mention of cuts or punctures
 from powered equipment, machinery or tools.

      EXCLUDES:

      Any risk of overexertion in lifting objects, code 17.
      Any risk of falling or flying objects, code 20.
      Any risk of amputation or crushing, code 33.

 CODE

 16   INJURIES FROM NON-POWERED EQUIPMENT OR TOOLS

      This refers to injuries from tools or appliances that receive their
      power from the person operating them, or where power or non-power
      is not specified.

      Includes injuries from "tools" or "implements" such as the following:

      Abrasive Stones                                Knives

      Axes                                           Picks

      Blow Torches                                   Planes

      Buffers (non-electric                          Pliers
       or non-specified)                             Primitive equipment

      Chisels                                        Pinches

      Crowbars                                       Ropes/Chains

      Files                                          Saws

      Forks                                          Scissors

      Hand Drills                                    Screwdrivers

      Hand Tools                                     Shovels

      Hatchets                                       Wrenches

      Hoes

 Also includes injuries where there is mention of cuts or punctures from
 non-powered equipment or tools.

      EXCLUDES:

      Any risk of overexertion in lifting objects, code 17.
      Any risk of falling or flying objects, code 20.
      Any risk of amputation or crushing, code 33.

      Any tools or appliances listed under code 15.


 CODE

 17   INJURIES FROM OVEREXERTION IN LIFTING OBJECTS

      Applies to non-impact cases in which the injury results from excessive
      physical effort, as in lifting, pulling, pushing, carrying, throwing.
      Also code responses with mention of injury to the back.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Holding, Wielding or Throwing Objects

      b.   Lifting Heavy Objects

      c.   Lifting or Pulling Containers or Boxes

      d.   Opening Large Valves


      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES:

      a.   "Injuries from machine lifting"

      b.   "Falling and back injuries from lifting and pulling furniture"

      c.   "Injuries from lifting patients"

      d.   "Lifting"

      e.   "Back strain"

      f.   "Straining yourself


      EXCLUDES

      a.   Straining muscles, code 35, other injury.


 CODE

 18  INJURIES INFLICTED BY PERSON, OTHER THAN THE INJURED (EXCEPT FIREARMS)

      INCLUDES:

      a. Injuries from assault during burglary

      b. Injuries from assault by inmates in a prison

      c. Injuries from someone faling or runnint into the person

      d. If any information is provided to indicate physical harm or
         violence from dealing or interacting with people (for example
         criminals, students, etc.)

      e.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury is
           inflicted by person other than the injured (except firearms).

      f.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is inflicted by
           person other than the injured (except firearms).

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES

      "Assaults from inmates"
      "Risk of being held up"
      "Risk of burglary"
      "Risk of sky jacking"
      "Dealing with mental patients who can hurt you"
      "Bodily harm from criminals"
      "Robbery"
      "Dealing with intoxicated customers"
      "Dealing with people"
      "Colliding with other workers"
      "Injuries from other people on the ward"

      EXCLUDE:

      Any risk of injury where use of a firearm by another person is
      mentioned, code 19.


 CODE

 19   INJURIES FROM FIREARMS INFLICTED BY PERSON, OTHER THAN INJURED

      Injuries sustained from gunfire by another person.


      INCLUDES:

      a.   Injuries from hand held firearms, rifles or shotguns
           fired by another person.

      b.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury is from
           firearms inflicted by person other than injured.

      c.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is from firearms
           inflicted by person other than injured.

 CODE

 20   INJURIES FROM FALLING OR FLYING OBJECTS

      Applies to cases in which the injury could be caused by impact between
      the injured person and the source of injury, the motion producing the
      contact being primarily the source of injury rather than the person.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Falling items

      b.   Pieces of metal flying off a machine

      c.   Boxes from overhead coming down

      d.   Falling or flying objects from vehicles

      INCLUDES ALSO:

      a.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury is from
           falling or flying objects.

      b.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is from falling
           or flying objects.

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES:

      "Overhead crane carrying objects"
      "Work where heavy tools are swinging"
      "Crane dropping a load"
      "Belts coming loose"

      EXCLUDES:

      Eye injuries from falling or flying objects (code 34).

      Flying objects from explosion (code 29).


 CODE

 21   INJURIES FROM ANIMALS

      Injuries that result from contact or interaction between injured
      person and an animal.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a. Animal bites

      b. Being shoved or pushed or kicked by animals (e.g., farm animals).

      c. Insect bites

      d.   Snakes

      INCLUDES ALSO:

      a.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury is from
           contact or interaction between injured person and an animal.

      b.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is from contact or
           interaction between injured person and an animal.


 CODE

 22   INJURIES FROM CONTACT WITH TEMPERATURE EXTREMES - HOT OBJECTS

      Applies to burns or to non-impact injuries in which the injury
      consists of a burn, resulting from contact with or exposure to
      hot objects, hot air, hot gas, hot vapors or hot liquids.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Burns from fires

      b.   Burns from scalding water

      c.   Burns from steam

      d.   Burns from hot objects such as stoves

      e.   Flammable liquids

      f.   Any unspecified burn

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES:

      "Getting burned by a stove."
      "Fire"
      "Burns"
      "Burned by sparks"
      "Spill hot food on us"

      EXCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Burns from caustic or toxic chemicals, code 35.
           (Acid burns, chemical burns and boiling reagents)

      b.   Burns from inhaling toxic gases, code 35.

      c.   Burns from the sun or other radiation (code exposure to or
           injuries from the sun as extreme heat or cold, 09)


 CODE

 23   FALLS FROM ELEVATION

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Falling from piled materials

      b.   Falling from platforms, ladders, or stairs

      c.   Falling from vehicles

      d.   Scaffold releasing

      INCLUDES ALSO:

      a.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where source of injury is falls
           from elevation.

      b.   Puncture wounds where source of injury is falls from elevation

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES:

      "Climbs to high places"


 CODE

 24  SLIPS AND FALLS ONTO SAME LEVEL

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Falling and slipping on a wet floor

      b.   Fall onto or against objects

      c.   Fall to the walkway or working surface

      d.   Tripping on something

      e.   Falls onto the ground

      INCLUDES ALSO:

      a.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury is
           slips and falls onto same level.

      b.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is slips and falls
           onto same level.

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES:

      "Oil spills on floor"
      "Objects laying about in my workplace"
      "Water spilled on floor"
      "Muddy wet surfaces in greenhouse"


 CODE

 25   FALLS, UNSPECIFIED

      Applies to responses that mention falling but do not specify whether
      it is falling from an elevation or falling on the same level.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Falling

      b.   Falling down and hitting something

      INCLUDES ALSO:

      a.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury is
           unspecified falls.

      b.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is unspecified falls.


 CODE

 26   INJURIES FROM VEHICLES

      Applies to injuries that occur in public transportation, highway-type
      vehicles and industrial vehicles in which the injured person is either
      a driver or passenger.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      Accidents involving highway vehicles, industrial vehicles (e.g.,
      backoes, forklifts), boats, ships, planes or railroad vehicles.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury
           is vehicles.

      b.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is vehicles.

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES:

      "I drive a lot, so I'm at risk of traffic accidents"
      "Injuries from forklifts"

      EXCLUDES:

      Falling or flying objects from vehicles, code 20.


 CODE

 27   CONTACT WITH ELECTRICAL CURRENT

      Applies only to non-impact cases in which an injury consists of
      electric shock or electrocution.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      Sources of electricity including generated electricity or static
      electricity.

      INCLUDES ALSO:

      Shock IF electricity is mentioned.

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES:

      "Afraid I'm going to get shocked by the stove at work"
      "Working with electrical lines"


 CODE

 28   DROWNING

      Injury cases which result from immersion in water causing
      asphyxiation.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Boat capsizing

      b.   Falling into swimming pools

      c.   Other bodies of water


 CODE

 29   INJURIES FROM EXPLOSION

      Injuries sustained as a result of a sudden change in air pressure
      sufficient to either throw the person or throw object which strike
      the person.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Being struck by objects flying or thrown as a result of
           an explosion.

      b.   Being thrown against objects by the force of a explosion.

      INCLUDES ALSO:

      a.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury
           is explosion.

      b.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is explosion.

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES:

      "Boiler could blow up"
      "Bomb threat"
      "Explosion"
      "Gas line breakage"


 CODE

 30   ASPHYXIATION

      A state of decreased amount of oxygen and increased amount of carbon
      dioxide in the body as a result of some interference with respiration.

      INCLUDES INJURIES FROM:

      a.   Being in a confined space without air.

      b.   Carbon monoxide poisoning

      c.   Smoke filled air in a fire

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSES:

      "Afraid I won't get any air to breathe when in the tank."

      EXCLUDE:

      Drowning, code 28.


 CODE

 31   LACERATIONS, CUTS OR BRUISES

      Injuries that result from edged, cutting or blunt objects which
      cause superficial cuts and bruises, or serious lacerations or cuts
      excluding amputation.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury
           is unspecified.

      b.   Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury is
           NOT codable to one of the codes listed in "c," below

      EXAMPLE OF RESPONSE:

      "paper cuts"
      "pinching fingers"

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Cuts that amputate, code 33.

      b.   Puncture wounds, code 32.

      c.Lacerations, cuts or bruises where the source of injury is codable
        to:
      Code 15, Injuries from powered equipment, machinery or tools; Code
      16, Injuries from non-powered equipment or tools; Code 18, Injuries
      inflicted by person, other than injured; Code 19, Injuries from
      firearms inflicted by person other than injured; Code 20, Injuries
      from falling or flying objects; Code 21, Injuries from animals; Code
      23, Falls from elevation; Code 24, Slips and falls onto same level;
      Code 25, Falls, unspecified; Code 26, Injuries from vehicles; or Code
      29, Injuries from explosion.

      NOTE:  Even though several of the above responses may be listed by
             the same person, each unique response is still assigned
             an individual code.

      EXAMPLE:  The same respondent gave these three responses which
                should be coded as shown:

                "Cuts while using power saw" Code 15
                "Sharp edges cut" Code 31
                "Slips on greasy floor" Code 24


 CODE

 32   PUNCTURE

      Wounds where the skin is broken resulting from sharp and
      pointed objects.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is unspecified

      b.   Puncture wounds where the source of injury is NOT codable to
           one of the codes listed under the "excludes" section below.

      EXAMPLE:

                                               "Boards with nails"
      "Being stuck by needles"                 "Steel or wood chips in
                                                 fingers"
                                               "Bumping into sharp objects

      EXCLUDES:

      Puncture wounds where the source of injury is codable to:

      Code 15, Injuries from powered equipment, machinery or tools;
      Code 16, Injuries from non-powered equipment or tools; Code 18,
      Injuries inflicted by person, other than injured; Code 19, Injuries
      from firearms inflicted by person other than injured; Code 20, Injuries
      from falling or flying objects; Code 21, Injuries from animals; Code
      23, Falls from elevation; Code 24, Slips and falls onto same level;
      Code 25, Falls, unspecified; Code 26, Injuries from vehicles; or
      Code 29, Injuries from explosion.

      NOTE:  Even though several of the above responses may be listed
             by the same person, each unique response is still assigned
             an individual code.

      EXAMPLE:  The same respondent gave these three responses which
                should be coded as shown:

                "Cuts while using power saw" Code 15
                "Sharp edges cut" Code 31
                "Slips on greasy floor" Code 24


 CODE

 33   AMPUTATION OR CRUSHING INJURY

      Injuries that involve separation of or severe crushing of a body
      part - primarily includes injuries to the hands or fingers.

      INCLUDES AMPUTATION OR CRUSHING INJURIES FROM:

      Any powered or non-powered machine or tool

      EXAMPLES OF RESPONSE:

      a.   "Something may catch my fingers and crush them at work"

      b.   "Getting fingers mashed"

      c.   "Afraid of getting hand cut-off in a power press"

      d.   "Loss of limb"

      e.   "Could get crunched"

      f.   "Get fingers crunched


 CODE

 34   EYE INJURIES

      Injuries to the eye that result primarily from foreign objects
      being throw into the eyes.

      INCLUDES EYE INJURIES RESULTING FROM:

      a.   Small objects or matter thrown into the eyes.

      b.   Falling or flying objects.


 CODE

 35   OTHER INJURY

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any response to questions 1b, 2b or 3b that is not codable to
           Codes 01-34 (Code 88 for those responses not codable to 01-35.)

      b.   Injuries to or accidents involving specific body parts not listed
           elsewhere in Codes 01-34 (for example, code "twisted ankle"
           to 35, but "eye injuries" to 34).

      c.   Unspecified risks of injuries.

      EXAMPLES:

      hand injury
      twisted ankle
      break leg, finger, or arm
      head injury
      sports injury (unless information is provided to indicate this is
        a non-occupational (i.e., recreational) "sports injury")
      could get finger or hand hurt
      chemical burn
      burns from boiling reagents
      too many injuries to recount
      all risks from working in a factory
      industrial accident
      I could get hurt

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   sports injury if there is indication the injury is recreational
           and not occupational

      b.   any mention of injury to or effect on the back - Code 17

      EXAMPLE:

      sports injury from company team - Code 88
      back injury - Code 17
      sprain back - Code 17
      loss of limb - Code 33


 CODE

 88   OTHER

      Includes:  Any response that does not fit into any of the previous
                 categories.


 98   REFUSED


 99   DON'T KNOW


 Health Effects

 CODE

 01   CANCER

      A malignant tumor or neoplasm; a sarcoma, or carcinoma.  A growth
      of new and abnormal tissue.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any response specified as the following:

           Cancer, or cancer of the
           Malignancy or malignant
           Sarcoma
           Carcinoma

      EXAMPLES:

           Cancer of the esophagus
           Malignant mesothelioma
           Malignant cellular alterations
           Carcinogenic reaction or response
           Metastasis

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Non-malignant or benign tumors or growths, code 02.

      b.   Unspecified tumors or growths, code 02.

 CODE

 02   TUMORS OR GROWTHS (NON-CANCER OR NOT SPECIFIED)

      INCLUDES:

      Any response of tumor or growth where cancer or malignancy is not
      mentioned; or non-cancerous tumors or growths:

      Non-cancerous tumor or growth
      Non-malignant tumor or growth
      Benign tumor or growth
      Unspecified tumor or growth

      EXAMPLES:

      Lumps
      Bumps
      Knot
      Polyp

      EXCLUDES:

      Mutation or mutagenic change, code 06.

 CODE

 03   LUNG AND RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS OTHER THAN CANCER

      Any infection or malfunction of or effect on the respiratory system
      including the nose, sinus cavities, pharynx, nasopharynx, trachea,
      bronchus, pleura, aveoli, diaphragm or lungs, excluding that caused
      by cancer.

      INCLUDES:

      Any specific mention of a health effect to any part of the
      respiratory system (e.g., "burns lung")

      EXAMPLES:

      Pneumonia                                  Cold
      Influenza or flu                           Sinusitis
      Sinus infection                            Sinus headache
      Sinus problems or trouble                  Strep throat
      Respiratory allergies                      Tonsillitis
      Sore throat                                Cough
      Any unspecified allergy                    Damage breathing
      Throat irritation                          Grasp for breath
      Laryngitis                                 Sneezing
      Lost voice or can't talk                   Breathing difficulty
      Upper respiratory infection                Lungs
      Bronchitis                                 Sinus
      Emphysema                                  Throat
      Asthma
      Pneumoconiosis                             Allergy NOS (unspecified)
      Black lung
      Coal worker's lung
      Tuberculosis
      Asbestosis
      Fibrosis
      Byssinosis
      Upper respiratory irritation or inflammation
      Pleurisy
      Trouble breathing (if more immediately serious breathing problems,
      such as "Choke," "Suffocate," or "Can't breath," Code 10)

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   "Breathing" with no indication of difficulty, harm or damage,
           code 88 "Other."

      b.   "Breathing fumes," "breathing dusst," etc., code 88 "Other."

      See "Notes" 15, 16, and 17 on pages 4, 5.

 CODE

 04   HEARING IMPAIRMENT

      Impairment or loss of ability to gather, conduct, and perceive sounds
      from the environment.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Noise-induced hearing loss

      b.   Hearing loss from acoustic-trauma (e.g., a sudden, intense noise
           from firearms or explosions)

      c.   Temporary hearing loss

      d.   Permanent or irreversible hearing loss

      e.   Any problem related to hearing

      EXAMPLES:

      Deafness
      Hard of hearing
      Hearing loss
      Impaired hearing
      Ringing in ears

 CODE

 05   EYE OR VISION PROBLEMS

      Any injury, infection, or malfunction of the eye, eyelid, or tear
      ducts or a change in vision.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any response specifying problems with eye, eyelid, tear ducts
           or vision, not related to cancer.

      b.   Injury to eye or injury that results in eye or vision problem.

      c.   Eye irritation.

      d.   Eye infection.

      e.   Any visual disturbance.

      EXAMPLES:

      Loss of eye
      Loss of vision
      Itchy eye
      Runny or watery eyes
      Red or bloodshot eyes
      Blurred vision
      Blindness
      Retinal detachment, defect or disorder
      Glaucoma
      Cataract
      Keratitis
      Conjunctivitis
      Need glasses/bifocals
      Get chemicals in eyes
      Chemical burns in eyes

 CODE

 06   GENETIC CHANGES OR REPRODUCTIVE PROBLEMS

      Broad category which covers any non-cancerous changes in genetic
      material and any change, problem, or abnormality in the process of
      conceiving, gestating and bearing offspring.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any change in the reproductive system.

      b.   Reduced fertility or sterility.

      c.   Effect on an unborn child.

      EXAMPLES:

      Pregnancy problems
      Reduced fertility
      Problems getting pregnant
      Infertility
      Impotency
      Lowered sperm count
      Sterility
      Early labor
      Toxemia
      Miscarriage, fetal death, or spontaneous abortion
      Stillbirth
      Low birth weight or underweight baby
      Menstrual problems
      Birth defects, congenital anomalies
      Mongoloid child, Down's baby
      Cleft palate
      Mentally retarded child
      Hyperactive or learning disabled child
      Genetic damage
      Cellular alterations
      Injury to baby if pregnant
      Will kill the bone marrow so you can't reproduce cells
      Mutations
      Mutagenesis

      EXCLUDES:

      Any intentional effect on the reproductive process; such as induced
      abortion or elective sterility, code 88.


 CODE

 07   INFECTION

      The state or condition in which the body or a part of it is invaded
      by a pathogenic agent (microorganism or virus), which, under favorable
      conditions, multiplies and produces effects which are injurious.

      INCLUDES:                                      EXAMPLES:

      a.   Unspecified infections              Blood poisoning, septicaemia
                                               Tetanus
      b.   Bacterial infection                 Bacterial infection
                                               Viral infection
      c.   Viral infection                     Fungal infection
                                               Parasitic infection, worms,
                                               Hooks,
      d.   Fungal infection                    Ascaris
                                               Herpes
      e.   Parasitic infection                 Encephalitis
                                               Hepatitis
      f.   Acute or chronic infection          Rabies
                                               Veneral disease (V.D.)
      g.   Any mention of germs                Catch lice
                                               Transmit infection to me
      h.   Any response that indicates         Get sick from students
           "Transmission" of infection,
           disease, or germs                   Viral substance
                                               Fever
      i.   If general response, such as
           "Disease," "Get a disease,"
           "Get sick," "Contract disease,"
           or "May cause disease," try to
           use information given under Work
           Conditions or Substances to determine
           whether referring to infectious agent.

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Infection of specific body          b.  If not enough informa-
           parts or systems listed                 tion is available to
           separately in this section:             determine whether
                                                   response refers to
                                                   infectious agents,
                                                   code 88.

           EXAMPLE:

           Respiratory infection, code 03
           Eye infection, code 05
           Skin infection, code 08
           Intestinal infection, code 13


 CODE

 08   SKIN DISEASES OR DISORDERS

      Any uncomfortable or abnormal condition of the skin, scalp, hair,
      or nails often characterized by inflammation, itching, redness, and
      various skin lesions.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any response specified as "skin" problem or irritation.

      b.   Problems with scalp, hair, or nails.

      EXAMPLES:

      Irritated skin                                 Posion ivy
      Dermatitis                                     Scratches
      Rash
      Red skin
      Itching skin or scalp
      Dandruff or other scalp problems
      Hair falling out
      Skin sensitization
      Skin infections
      Sores
      Discoloration of skin
      Skin allergy
      Blisters

      EXCLUDE:

      a.   Any skin disorder related to the eyes (code as EYE or VISION
           PROBLEM, 05)

      b.   Burns unspecified, or "burns skin" (Code 16)

      c.   Frostbite (Code 15)

 CODE

 09   CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM PROBLEMS OR DISORDERS

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Brain or spinal cord
      b.   Balance and coordination
      c.   Dizziness and light-headedness

      EXAMPLES:

      Brain damage
      Central nervous system problems
      Convulsions
      Affects brain
      Makes me stoned
      Gets me high
      Faint
      Pass out
      Makes me sleepy or drowsy
      Causes vertigo or dizziness
      Makes me motion sick

      EXCLUDES:

      Dizziness, light-headedness, fainting, or vertigo due to specific
      cause listed elsewhere (e.g., "Dizziness or light-headedness
      from heat" - code 17, Heat Exhaustion/Heat Stroke or Other
      Effects From Heat).


 CODE

 10   ASPHYXIATION

      A state of decreased amount of oxygen and increased amount of carbon
      dioxide in the body as a result of some interference with respiration.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Unspecified asphyxiation, anoxia, suffocation, or inability to
           breathe.

      b.   Decreased amount of oxygen due to breathing poisons such as
           carbon monoxide.


      EXAMPLES:

      Suffocate
      Choke
      Cut off air or oxygen
      Can't breathe
      Strangulation
      Not enough air
      Carbon monoxide poisoning
      Lack of air


      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Chronic respiratory conditions, such as "Emphysema," Code 03.

      b.   Less serious "breathing problems: such as "Trouble breathing,"
           Code 03

      c.   "Poor ventilation", Code 88.


 CODE

 11   HEADACHE

      Acute or chronic diffuse pain in different portions of the head.

      INCLUDES:


      a.   Any unspecified headache.

      b.   Migraine headache.

      c.   Any specified headache, except sinus.


      EXAMPLES:

      Headache
      Pounding head
      Throbbing head
      Dull ache in head
      Intense pains in head
      Pressure in head (sinus not mentioned)
      Nervous headache
      Tension headache
      Sick headache

      EXCLUDES:

      Sinus headache (code as "Lung and respiratory problems other
      than cancer", Code 03)


 Code

 12   PSYCHOLOGICAL OR BEHAVIORAL PROBLEM

      Mental or emotional disorders with or witout organic bases. Behavior
      may be greatly affected although usually remains within socially
      acceptable limits.  In extreme cases, impairment of mental function
      interfering with insight & the ability to meet some ordinary demands
      of life or maintain adequate contact with reality may be present.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Mental retardation

      b.   Any response specifying a change in personality or behavior
           (e.g., change in moods or personal habits such as, eating,
           sleeping, smoking or drinking)

      c.   Psychoses

      d.   Neuroses

      e.   Paranoia

      f.   Excessive anxiety

      g.   Drug or alcohol use

      h.   Hysterical symptoms

      i.   Phobias

      j.   Obsessional and compulsive symptoms

      k.   Depression

      l    Fatigue

      m.   Any mention of nerves, nervous or nerve problems due to stress.

      n.   Any mention of "mind" (Code any mention of "brain" as 09).

      o.   Emotional or mental pressure.

      EXAMPLES:

      Makes me:

           Worried
           Nervous
           Depressed
           Anxious
           Upset
           Confused
           Uneasy
           Tense
           Shake or tremble
           Crazy
           Irritable
           Feel sad
           See things or hallucinate

      Can cause a nervous breakdown
      Lack of sleep
      Sleeping too much
      Nervous stomach
      Nervous cough
      Anxiety attack
      Anxiety
      Weight gain or weight loss
      Get bad nerves
      Stress
      Job stress
      Tension
      Hyperventilate
      Pass-out from nerves
      Tachycardia, (abnormal rapidity of heart action) or palpitations
        from stress
      Emotional stress or tension
      Time distortion
      Time pressure
      Can't concentrate
      Loss of appetite due to nerves
      Loss of memory

      EXCLUDE:

      Any mention of "brain", code 09.


 CODE

 13   DIGESTIVE OR GASTRO-INTESTINAL PROBLEM

      Disturbances with the digestive system including the stomach and
      the intestine.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Diseases or disorders of:

           Mouth and teeth
           Stomach
           Intestine
           Liver
           Other organs of digestion such as gall bladder and pancreas

      EXAMPLES:

      Ulcer
      Digestive problems
      Upset stomach
      Vomiting
      Diarrhea
      Loss of appetite
      Irritated stomach
      Indigestion
      Nausea
      Liver damage
      Hernia

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Any response due to specific causes listed elsewhere in this
           section (e.g., gastro-intestinal problem due to nerves, tension
           or stress - code as Psychological or behavioral problem, code 12).

      b.   Hemorrhoids (Code as 19 "Cardiovascular Problems/Disease").

      c.   Mention of throat, trachia and bronchus, code 03.


 CODE

 14   MUSCLE, NERVE OR BONE PROBLEM

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Damaged or impaired function of

           muscles
           bones
           nerves
           tendons
           ligaments
           cartilage

      b.   Dislocation and fractures

      c.   Concussion

      d.   Contusion (bruise)

      e.   Sprains and strains

      Examples:

      Pulled muscles                                 Slipped disc
      Sprains                                        Ruptured disc
      Strains                                        Pinched nerve
      Pulled tendon                                  Tendonitis
      Pulled ligament                                Broken bone
      Chipped bone                                   Fracture
      Dislocation                                    Bruises
      Nerve damage                                   Backache
      Severed or cut nerve                           Bad back
      Joint problem or stiffness                     Back goes out
        (including arthritis)                        Muscle tension
      Damaged connective tissue                      Tension in neck

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Muscle or nerve problem related to the eye (code as "Eye
           or vision problem", 05)

      b.   Nerve problem related to the ear (code as "Hearing
           impairment", 04)

      c.   "Nerves" due to stress, psychological or behavioral problems,
            code 12

      d.   Central nervous system, code 09

      e.   Effects from injuries such as "amputation" "loss of limb",
           "cut off finger", "get crunched" and "cuts", code 23

      f.   General responses such as "heavy physical work" and "moving
           heavy objects", code 23


 CODE

 15   FROSTBITE OR OTHER EFFECT FROM COLD

      The effect of freezing a part of the body by excessive exposure
      to extreme cold, or having a body temperature below normal.


      INCLUDES:

      Any health effect caused by frost or extreme cold

      EXAMPLES:


      Freezing
      Chilled to the bone
      Extremely cold
      Hypothermia


 CODE

 16   BURNS

      Tissue injury resulting from excessive exposure to thermal (heat),
      chemical, electrical, or radioactive agents.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Sun burn

      b.   Thermal burn

      c.   Chemical burn

      d.   Electrical burn

      e.   Radiation burn

      f.   Scalds

      EXAMPLES:

      Get burned
      Grease burn
      Steam burn
      Rope burn
      Acid burn
      Alkali burn (lye)
      Burn from corrosive or irritating chemicals
      Burn from electric shock
      Flashburn
      Burn from sunlight
      Burn from fire, hot objects, or fluids
      Burns my skin

      EXCLUDES:

      Any response of burn with mention of specific body part, code to body
      part except for skin.  Example:  "Chemical burn in eyes", Code 05
      and "Burn lungs", Code 03

 CODE

 17   HEAT EXHAUSTION/HEAT STROKE OR OTHER EFFECT FROM HEAT

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Heat collapse

      b.   Heat prostration

      c.   Dizziness or nausea from heat

      d.   Elevated body temperature

      e.   Dehydration


      EXAMPLES:

      Sunstroke
      Heat sickness
      Stroke from heat
      Raised body temperature
      Takes moisture out of body
      Dehydrates me
      Heat cramps
      Over heating
      Lack of salt

      EXCLUDES:

      Burns


 CODE

 18   DEATH

      Permanent cessation of all vital functions.


      EXAMPLES:

      It can kill me
      Loss of life
      Fatal
      It is deadly

      EXCLUDES:

      Response with mention of death due to specific cause codable
      under 01-17 or 19-23.

      EXAMPLES:

      Die from cancer, code 01
      Choke to death, code 10
      Freeze to death, code 15
      Burn to death, code 16
      Die of a stroke, code 19


 CODE

 19   CARDIOVASCULAR OR CIRCULATORY PROBLEMS/DISEASE

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any mention of heart disease, heart problems, heart attach,
           strain on the heart, chest pains (angina), etc.

      b.   High or low blood pressure (hypertension, hypotension, or
           "high blood")

      c.   Any mention of "circulation" problems:  poor circulation, cuts
           off circulation, etc.

      d.   Any mention of heart or blood vessels (arteries, veins)

      e.   Stroke, other than from heat

      f.   Pulmonary disease

      g.   Hardening of the arteries, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis

      h.   Phlebitis

      i.   Hemorrhoids

      j.   Varicose veins

      k.   Edema or swelling

      l.   Tachycardia (abnormal rapidity of heart action) not from stress

      m.   Palpitations of heart, not from stress

 CODE

 20   BLOOD DISEASES OR DISORDERS

      INCLUDES:

      a.   All anemias ("low blood")

      b.   Poor, or tired blood

      c.   Diseases or disorders of blood-forming organs

      d.   Disorders of red blood cells

      EXAMPLES:

      "Harms blood-forming organs"
      "Diseases of the spleen"

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Low or high blood pressure (19)

      b.   Leukemia (01)

      c.   Blood poisoning (07)


 CODE

 21   POISONING

      Any health effect from a substance which, when taken into the body by
      ingestion, inhalation, injection, or absorption, causes interference
      with normal physiological functions.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any responses with specific mention of poison, poisoning,
           poisonous, toxic, toxin, toxicosis, or toxemia.

      EXAMPLES:

      poison me
      poison
      poisonous
      poisoning
      poison if ingested, swallowed, or breathed
      lead poisoning
      poisonous gas                                  infer that health
      poison gas                                     effect is
      spray is poisonous                             "poisoning'
      toxic exposure
      toxic chemicals

      EXCLUDES:

      Any response with mention of poisoning a specific body system --
      code to the specific body system (e.g., "poisons lungs" - code 03).

 CODE

 22   LOWERED RESISTANCE TO DISEASE

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Any mention of reduced or impaired immunity or resistance
           to disease.

      b.   Increased likelihood of developing disease.

      EXAMPLES:

      lowers resistance
      runs down defenses
      works havoc with immune system
      more subject to illness

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   General responses such as:

           makes me sick
           feel uncomfortable
           aches and pains


 CODE

 23   INJURY, n.e.c.

      INCLUDES:

      a.   Injury or effect from an accident that is not codable to one
           of the other health effects (codes 01-22).  For example, code
           "long injury" to 03 and "twisted ankle" to 14, but code
           "head injury" or "lose a finger" to 23.

      EXAMPLES:

      hand injuries
      amputation
      crushing injury
      cuts
      electrocution
      shock
      explosion
      blow up
      stabbed
      drown
      injury to body
      impairment
      get hit
      get mugged or robbed
      over extend myself
      heavy physical work
      heavy things fall on you
      slips, falls, or collisions
      could get finger or hand hurt
      chance of accident
      physical injury
      falling

      EXCLUDES:

      a.   Accidents or injuries listed elsewhere in the health
           effects codes.

      EXAMPLES:

      "burns" -- code 16
      "asphyxiation" -- code 10

      b.   Injuries or effects from accidents that result in damage to a
           specific body system listed elsewhere in the health effect codes.
           Code these responses to the specific body system.


      EXAMPLES:

      "liver injury" -- code 13
      "eye injury" -- code 05
      and all examples under (14) "Muscle, nerve, or bone problem", e.g.,
      broken bones," "dislocation," and "sprains and strains" -- code 14

      c.   General respsonses, such as:

           "injure your system" -- too general, infers an internal effect
           "accidental exposure" -- too general

           Code these to 88.

      NOTE:  Do not confuse Health Effect Code 23 "Injury, n.e.c." with
             the Risk of Accident or Injury Code 35 "Other Injuries".
             Codes 23 applies only to responses to questions on health
             effects (1c and 2c), while Code 35 applies only to responses
             to questions on exposure to Substances, Work Conditions,
             or Risk of Accident or Injury (1b, 2b, and 3b).


 CODE

 88   OTHER*


      INCLUDES:

      Any response that does not fit into any of the previous categories.

 98   REFUSED

 99   DON'T KNOW


 Appendix B-Industry Recodes Outline

 Agriculture

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    01    01   010-011,020-021   AGRICULTURE                 01-02,07,078

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Forestry and Fisheries

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    02    01   030-031           FORESTRY AND FISHERIES      08-09

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Mining

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    10    02   040-042,050       MINING                      10-14

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Construction

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    20    03   060               CONSTRUCTION                15-17

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Manufacturing

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (30-34,
  40-46) (04)        -           MANUFACTURING:

 (30-34)                         NONDURABLE GOODS

    30    04   100-102,110-112,  Food and kindred products   201-209
               120-122

    31    04   132,140-142,      Textile mill and finished   221-229,231-239
               150-152           textile products

    32    04   171-172           Printing, publishing and    271-279
                                 allied industries

    33    04   180-182,190-192   Chemicals and allied        281-287,289
                                 products

    34    04   130,160-162,      Other nondurable goods  21,261-266,291,295,
               200-201,210-212,                          299,301-304,306-307
               220-222                                   311,313-317,319

 (40-46)                         DURABLE GOODS

    40    04   230-232,241-242   Furniture, lumber and wood

    41    04   270-272,280       Primary metal industries     331-332,334,
                                                            3331-3334,3339,
                                                            3351,3353,3357,
                                                        3361-3362,3369,339

    42    04   281-282,290-292,  Fabricated metal            341-349
               300               industries, including
                                 ordnance

    43    04   310-312,320-322,  Machinery, except           351-359
               331-332           electrical

    44    04   340-342,350       Electrical machinery,       361-367,369
                                 equipment and supplies

    45    04   351-352,360-362,  Transportation equipment    371-376,379
               370

    46    04   250-252,261-262,  Other and not specified     321-329,381-
               301,371-372,      durable goods               387,394
               380-382,390-392

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Transportation, Communications and Other Public Utilities

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (50-54) (05)        -           TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS
                                 AND OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES

    50    05   400               Railroads                   40

    51    05   410-411           Trucking service and        421-423
                                 warehousing

    52    05   401-402,412,      Other transportation        41,43-47
               420-422,432

    53    05   440-442           Communications              481-483,489

    54    05   460-462,470-472   Utilities and sanitary      491-497

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Wholesale Trade

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code       Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    60    06   500-502,510-512,  WHOLESALE TRADE         501-508,5093,5094,
               521-522,530-532,                          5099,511-518,5191,
               540-542,550-552,                          5194,5198,5199
               560-562,571

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Retail Trade

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (61-65)  (07)       -           RETAIL TRADE

    61    07   591-592,600       General merchandise stores  531,533,539

    62    07   601-602,610-611   Food, bakery and dairy      541-546,549
                                 stores

    63    07   612,620-622       Automotive dealers and      551-557,559
                                 gasoline stations

    64    07   641               Eating and drinking places  58

    65    07   580-582,590,      Other and not specified 521,523,525-527,56,
               630-632,640,642,  retail trade            571-573,591-593,
               650-652,660-662,                          5941-5949,5961-5963
               670-672,681-682,                          598,5992-5994,5999
               691

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (70-71) (08)        -           FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL
                                 ESTATE

    70    08   700-702           Banking and credit          60-61
                                 agencies

    71    08   710-712           Insurance, real estate,     62-67
                                 and other finance

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Services

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1   No. 2
  Chrs.   Chrs.  Detail Code           Industry Title           SIC Code*
  80-81   82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (75-85) (09-12)     -           SERVICES:

 (75-76)   (09)                  BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES

    75    09   721-722,730-732,  Business services       731-737,7391-7397,
               740-742,750                               7399,751,752,754

    76    09   751-752,760       Repair services         753,762-764,7692,
                                                         7694,7699

 (77-78)   (10)      -           PERSONAL SERVICES

    77    10   761               Private households          88

    78    10   762,770-772,      Other personal services 701-704,721-726,729
               780-782,790-791

    79    11   800-802           ENTERTAINMENT AND           78,791-794,799
                                 RECREATION SERVICES

 (80-85)   (12)     -            PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED
                                 SERVICES

    80    12   831               Hospitals                   806

    81    12   812,820-822,830,  Health services,        801-803,8041-8042,
               832,840           except hospitals        8049,805,807-809

    82    12   842,850           Elementary and secondary    821-822
                                 schools and colleges

    83    12   851-852,860       Other educational services  823-824,829

    84    12   861-862,870-872,  Social services, religious 832-833,835-836,
               880-881           and membership             839,84,861-866,
                                 organizations              869

    85    12   841,882,890-892   Legal, engineering and      81,891-893,899
                                 other professional services

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Public Administration

    Recodes
 ----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code         Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 _________________________________________________________________________

    90    13   900-901,910,    PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION     911-913,919,92-97
               921-922,930-932

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Unknown Industry

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    95    14   990 and all       UNKNOWN INDUSTRY                    -
               other codes
               except 996

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 New Worker

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    96    14   996               NEW WORKER

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Not in Labor Force

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    97    15   Not applicable    NOT IN LABOR FORCE - codes Blank
                                 and 8 in current activity recode
                                 (loc. 75) (Under 18 or 18+ and
                                 not in Labor Force).

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Armed Forces

     Recodes
 ---------------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code        Industry Title            SIC Code*
  80-81  82-83 (Chrs. 77-79)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    98    16   942               ARMED FORCES (excludes Reserves
                                 and National Guard)

 *Standard Industrial Classification

 Industry Recode Titles

                                                             Recode No. 1
     Code                             Titles                 Inclusions
 __________________________________________________________________________

    01    AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES                01,02

    02    MINING                                             10

    03    CONSTRUCTION                                       20

    04    MANUFACTURING                                      30-34, 40-46

    05    TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND OTHER PUBLIC    50-54
          UTILITIES

    06    WHOLESALE TRADE                                    60

    07    RETAIL TRADE                                       61-65

    08    FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE                70-71

    09    BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES                       75-76

    10    PERSONAL SERVICES                                  77-78

    11    ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES              79

    12    PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES                  80-85

    13    PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION                              90

    14    UNKNOWN (includes new workers)                     95-96

    15    NOT IN LABOR FORCE                                 97

    16    ARMED FORCES                                       98


 Appendix C-Occupation Recodes Outline

 Executive, Administrative and Managerial Occupations

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (01-03) (01)       -            EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE,             -
                                 AND MANAGERIAL OCCUPATIONS

    01    01   003-006           Officials and administrators,  111-113
                                 public administration

    02    01   007-009,013-019   Managers and administrators,   121-128,
                                 except public administration   132-139

    03    01   023-029,033-037   Management related occupations  1412,1414-
                                                                 1415,1419,
                                                              142-143,1442-
                                                             1443,1449,145,
                                                              1472-1473,14

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Professional Specialty Occupations

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (04-11) (02)       -            PROFESSIONAL SPECIALTY                 -
                                 OCCUPATIONS

    04    02   044-049,053-059   Engineers                  1622-1628,1632-
                                                            1637,1639

    05    02   043,063           Architects and surveyors   161,164

    06    02   064-069,073-079   Natural mathematical and   171-172,1732-
               083               computer scientists        1733,1739,1842-
                                                            1843,1845-1847,
                                                            1849,1852-1855

    07    02   084-089           Health diagnosing occupations  27,261-262,
                                                                281,283,289

    08    02   095-099,103-106   Health assessment and      29,301-302,3031-
                                 treating occupations         3034,3039,304,

    09    02   113-119,123-129,  Teachers, librarians        2212-2218,2222-
               133-139,143-149   and counselors              2228,2231-2238,
               153-159,163-165                               2242-2247,2249,
                                                             231-233,235,236,
                                                             239,24,251,252

    10    02   183-189,193-195,  Writers, artists,           34,321-329,331-
               197-199           entertainers and athletes      333,398

    11    02   166-169,173-179   Other professional         1912-1916,1919,
                                 specialty occupations      192,2032-2033,
                                                            2042,2049,211-21

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Technicians and Related Support Occupations

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title       SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________
 (12-13) (03)       -            TECHNICIANS AND RELATED                -
                                 SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS

    12    03   203-208           Health technologists and       362-366,369
                                 technicians

    13    03   213-218,223-229,  Technologists, technicians  3711-3713,3719,
               233-235           except health              372-373,382,3831
                                                            3833,384,389,392
                                                             393,396,3971-
                                                            3972,3974,399,82

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Sales Occupations

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (14-16) (04)       -            SALES OCCUPATIONS                      -

    14    04   243               Supervisors and proprietors    40

    15    04   253-259           Sales representatives,     4122-4124,4152-
                                 commodities and finance    4153,421,423-424

    16    04   263-269,274-278,  Other sales                 4342-4348,4351-
               283-285                                       4354,4356,4359,
                                                             4362-4367,4369,
                                                                444-447,449

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Administrative Support Occupations, Including Clerical

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (17-21) (05)       -            ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT                -
                                 OCCUPATIONS, INCLUDING CLERICAL

    17    05   308-309           Computer equipment operators   4612-4613

    18    05   313-315           Secretaries, stenographers     4622-4624
                                 and typists

    19    05   337-339,343-344   Financial records processing   4712-4713,
                                 occupations                4715-4716,4718

    20    05   354-357           Mail and message distributing  4742-4745

    21    05   303-307,316-319,  Other administrative       4511-4519,4521-
               323,325-329,      support                    4529,463,4642-
               335-336,345-349,                             4645,4649,4662-
               353,359,363-366,                             4664,4692,4694,
               368-369,373-379,                             4696,4699,4722-
               383-387,389                                  4723,4729,4732-
                                                            4733,4739,4751-
                                                            4759,4782-4784,
                                                            4786-4787,4791-
                                                              4795,4799

 *Standard Occupational Classification.

 Private Household Occupations

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code              Occupation Title       SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    22    06   403-407           PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD OCCUPATIONS  502-507,509

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Protective Service Occupations

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (23-24) (07)       -            PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS

    23    07   413-414,416-418,  Police and firefighters    5111-5112,5122-
               423-424                                      5123,5132-5134

    24    07   415,425-427       Other protective service   5113,5142,5144,
                                 occupations                    5149

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Service Occupations, Except Protective and Household

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (25-28) (08)       -            SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, EXCEPT
                                 PROTECTIVE AND HOUSEHOLD

    25    08   433-439,443-444   Food service                   5211-5219

    26    08   445-447           Health service             5232-5233,5236

    27    08   448-449,453-455   Cleaning and building      5241-5242,5244-
                                 service                       5246,5249

    28    08   456-459,463-469   Personal service          5251-5258,5262-
                                                                5264,5269

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Farming, Forestry and Fishing Occupations

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (29-31) (09)       -            FARMING, FORESTRY AND FISHING
                                 OCCUPATIONS

    29    09   473-476           Farm operators and managers    5512-5515,
                                                                5522-5525

    30    09   477,479,483-489   Farm workers and other     5611-5619,5621-
                                 agricultural workers       5622,5624-5625,
                                                                5627

    31    09   494-499           Forestry and fishing         571-573,579,
                                 occupations               583-584,8241(pt.

 *Standard Occupational Classification.

 Precision Production, Craft and Repair Occupations

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code              Occupation Title       SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

 (32-34) (10)       -            PRECISION PRODUCTION, CRAFT
                                 AND REPAIR OCCUPATIONS

    32    10   503,505-509,      Mechanics and repairers     60,6111-6118,
               514-519,523,                                  613-614,6151-
               525-527,529                                   6159,616,6171-
               533-536,538-539,                                 6179
               543-544,547,549

    33    10   553-558,563-567,  Construction & extractive   6311-6316,6318,
               569,573,575-577,  trades                      632,6412-6414,
               579,583-585,                                  6422,6424,6432-
               587-589,593-599,                              6433,6442-6444,
               613-617                                       645,6462-6468,
                                                             6472,6476,6479,
                                                             652-654,656

    34    10   633-637,639,      Precision production      67,71,6811-6814,
               643-647,649,      occupations               6816-6817,6821-
               653-659,666-669,                            6824,6829,6831-
               673-679,683-684,                            6832,6835,6839,
               686-689,693-696,                            6844,6852-6854,
               699                                         6856,6859,6861-
                                                           6862,6864-6867,
                                                           6869,6871-6873,
                                                           6879,6881-6882,
                                                           691-696,7447,
                                                           7668,7677,7752,
                                                               828

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Operators, Fabricators and Laborers

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code            Occupation Title       SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________
                             OPERATORS, FABRICATORS AND LABORERS

 (35-36) (11)                    MACHINE OPERATORS, ASSEMBLERS
                                 AND INSPECTORS

    35    11   703-709,713-715,  Machine operators and       6841-6842,6849,
               717,719,723-729,  tenderers,except precision  6855,6863,6868,
               733-739,743-745,                              7312-7319,7322,
               747-749,753-759,                              7324,7326,7329,
               763-766,768-769,                              7339,7342-7344,
               773-774,777,779                               7349,7431-7435,
                                                             7439,7443-7444,
                                                             7449,7451-7452,
                                                             7459,7462-7463,
                                                             7467,7472,7474,
                                                             7476-7478,
                                                             7479(pt.),7512-
                                                             7519,7522,7529,
                                                             7539,7542-7544,
                                                             7549,7631-7636,
                                                             7639,7642-7644,
                                                             7649,7651-7652,
                                                             7654-7659,7661-
                                                             7667,7669,7671-
                                                             7676,7677(pt.),
                                                             7678-7679

    36    11   783-787,789,      Fabricators, assemblers,    7332-7333,7532-
               793-799           inspectors and samplers     7533,7714,7717,
                                                             772,774,7753-
                                                           7759,782-785,787

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
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 (37-39) (12)       -            TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL
                                 MOVING OCCUPATIONS

    37    12   803-806,808-809,  Motor vehicle operators    8111,8212-8216,
               813-814                                       8218-8219,874

    38    12   823-826,828-829,  Other transportation,      8113,8232-8233,
               833-834           except motor vehicles      8239,8241(pt.),
                                                               8242-8245

    39    12   843-845,848-849,  Material moving equipment    812,8312-8319
               853,855-856,859   operators

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Handlers, Equipment Cleaners, Helpers and Laborers

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title       SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 _________________________________________________________________________

 (40-41) (13)                    HANDLERS, EQUIPMENT CLEANERS,
                                 HELPERS AND LABORERS

    40    13   869               Construction laborers          871

    41    13   863-867,873,      Freight, stock and material  85,861-863,
               875-878,883,885,  handlers                     8641-8646,
               887-889                                        8648,865,
                                                              8722-8726,873,
                                                              875,8761,8769

 *Standard Occupational Classification
 
 Unknown Occupation

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    95    14   999 and all       UNKNOWN OCCUPATION
               other codes
               except 990

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 New Worker

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    96    14   990               NEW WORKER

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Not in Labor Force

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    97    15   Not applicable    NOT IN LABOR FORCE - codes Blank
                                 and 8 in current activity recode
                                 (Loc. 75).  (Under 18 or 18+
                                 and Not in Labor Force)

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Military

     Recodes
 -----------------
  No. 1  No. 2
  Chrs.  Chrs.  Detail Code           Occupation Title          SOC Code*
  87-88  89-90  (Chrs. 84-86)
 __________________________________________________________________________

    98    16   905               MILITARY

 *Standard Occupational Classification

 Occupation Recode Titles

                                                            Recode No.  1
    Code                         Titles                     Inclusions
 __________________________________________________________________________

            MANAGERIAL AND PROFESSIONAL SPECIALTY OCCUPATIONS

    01    EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGERIAL OCCUPATIONS     01-03

    02    PROFESSIONAL SPECIALTY OCCUPATIONS                       04-11

              TECHNICAL, SALES AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
                            OCCUPATIONS

    03    TECHNICIANS AND RELATED SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS              12-13

    04    SALES OCCUPATIONS                                        14-16

    05    ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS, INCLUDING            17-21
          CLERICAL

                         SERVICE OCCUPATIONS

    06    PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD OCCUPATIONS                            22

    07    PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS                           23-24

    08    SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, EXCEPT PROTECTIVE AND               25-28
          HOUSEHOLD

    09    FARMING, FORESTRY AND FISHING OCCUPATIONS                29-31

    10    PRECISION PRODUCTION, CRAFT AND REPAIR OCCUPATIONS       32-34

                  OPERATORS, FABRICATORS AND LABORERS

    11    MACHINE OPERATORS, ASSEMBLERS AND INSPECTORS             35-36

    12    TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING OCCUPATIONS           37-39

    13    HANDLERS, EQUIPMENT CLEANERS, HELPERS AND LABORERS       40-41

    14    UNKNOWN OCCUPATION (includes New Workers)                95-96

    15    NOT IN LABOR FORCE                                       97

    16    MILITARY                                                 98




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