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2.
2004
Briefel, Ronette R.,  Johnson, Clifford L. Secular trends in dietary intake in the United States. Annual Review of Nutrition. 24, 401-431.
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2002
Bazzano, Lydia A.,  He, Jiang,  Ogden, Lorraine G.,  Loria, Catherine M.,  Vupputuri, Suma,  Myers, Leann,  Whelton, Paul K. Agreement on nutrient intake between the databases of the first National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey and the ESHA Food Processor. American Journal of Epidemiology. 156, 79-85.
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2001
Ford, Earl S. Vitamin supplement use and diabetes mellitus incidence among adults in the United States. American Journal of Epidemiology. 153, (9), 892-897.
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2001
Loria, Catherine M.,  Obarzanek, Eva,  Ernst, Nancy D. Choose and prepare foods with less salt: Dietary advice for all Americans. Journal of Nutrition. 131, (2S), S536-S551.
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1998
Alderman, Michael H.,  Cohen, Hillel,  Madhavan, Shantha . Dietary sodium intake and mortality: the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES I). Lancet. 351, (9105), 781-785.
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1998
Gartside, P.S.,  Wang, P.,  Glueck, C.J. . Prospective assessment of coronary heart disease risk factors: the NHANES I epidemiologic follow-up study (NHEFS) 16-year follow-up. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. 17, (3), 263-269.
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1998
Krebs-Smith, Susan M. Progress in improving diet to reduce cancer risk. Cancer. 83, (7), 1425-1432.
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1998
Poulter, N.R. . Dietary sodium intake and mortality: NHANES. Lancet. 352, (9132), 987-988.
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1998
Russell, Louise B.,  Carson, Jeffrey L.,  Taylor, William C.,  Milan, Edwin,  Jaguannathan, Radha,  Dey, Achintan . Modeling all-cause mortality: Projections of the impact of smoking cessation based on the NHEFS. American Journal of Public Health. 88, (4), 630-636.
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1996
Gillum, Richard F.,  Mussolino, Michael E.,  Madans, Jennifer H. The relationship between fish consumption and stroke incidence. The NHANES I Epidemiologic Follow-up Study. Archives of Internal Medicine. 156, (5), 537-542.
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1993
Looker, A.C.,  Harris, T.B.,  Madans, J.H.,  Sempos, C.T. . Dietary calcium and hip fracture risk: the NHANES I Epidemiologic Follow-Up Study. Osteoporosis International. 3, (4), 177-184.
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1992
Enstrom, J.E.,  Kanim, L.E.,  Klein, M.A. . Vitamin C intake and mortality among a sample of the United States population. Epidemiology. 3, (3), 194-202.
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1990
Sandler, R.S.,  Jordan, M.C.,  Shelton, B.J. . Demographic and dietary determinants of constipation in the US population. American Journal of Public Health. 80, (2), 185-189.
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1988
Block, G.,  Cox, C.,  Madans, J.,  Schreiber, G.B.,  Licitra, L.,  Melia, N. Vitamin supplement use, by demographic characteristics. American Journal of Epidemiology. 127, (2), 297-309.
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1988
Gruchow, H.W.,  Sobocinski, K.A.,  Barboriak, J.J. . Calcium intake and the relationship of dietary sodium and potassium to blood pressure. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 48, (6), 1463-1470.
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1987
Lopez, L.M.,  Habicht, J.P. . Food stamps and the energy status of the U.S. elderly poor. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 87, (8), 1020-1024.
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1987
Lopez, L.M.,  Habicht, J.P. . Food stamps and the iron status of the U.S. elderly poor. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 87, (5), 598-603.
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1986
Kurinij, N.,  Klebanoff, M.A.,  Graubard, B.I. . Dietary supplement and food intake in women of childbearing age. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 86, (11), 1536-1540.
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1986
Sempos, C.,  Cooper, R.,  Kovar, M.G.,  Johnson, C.,  Drizd, T.,  Yetley, E. Dietary calcium and blood pressure in National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys I and II. Hypertension. 8, (11), 1067-1074.
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1985
Davis, Maradee A.,  Randall, Elizabeth,  Forthofer, Ronald N.,  Lee, Eun Sul,  Margen, Sheldon . Living arrangements and dietary patterns of older adults in the United States. Journal of Gerontology. 40, (4), 434-442.
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1985
Gruchow, H.W.,  Sobocinski, K.A.,  Barboriak, J.J. . Alcohol, nutrient intake, and hypertension in US adults. JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association. 253, (11), 1567-1570.
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1984
Eaton, W.W.,  McLeod, J. Consumption of coffee or tea and symptoms of anxiety. American Journal of Public Health. 74, (1), 66-68.
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1984
Harlan, W.R.,  Hull, A.L.,  Schmouder, R.L.,  Landis, J.R.,  Larkin, F.A.,  Thompson, F.E. . High blood pressure in older Americans. The First National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Hypertension. 6, (6 Pt. 1), 802-809.
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1984
Harlan, W.R.,  Hull, A.L.,  Schmouder, R.L.,  Landis, J.R.,  Thompson, F.E.,  Larkin, F.A. . Blood pressure and nutrition in adults. The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. American Journal of Epidemiology. 120, (1), 17-28.
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1984
Ismail, A.I.,  Burt, B.A.,  Eklund, S.A. . The cariogenicity of soft drinks in the United States. Journal of the American Dental Association. 109, (2), 241-245.
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1984
McCarron, D.A.,  Morris, C.D.,  Henry, H.J.,  Stanton, J.L. . Blood pressure and nutrient intake in the United States. Science. 224, (4656), 1392-1398.
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1983
McCarron, D.A.,  Stanton, J.,  Henry, H.,  Morris, C. Assessment of nutritional correlates of blood pressure. Annals of Internal Medicine. 98, (5 Pt. 2), 715-719.
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1982
Lowenstein, F.W. . Nutritional status of the elderly in the United States of America, 1971-1974. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. 1, (2), 165-177.
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1976
Youland, D.M.,  Engle, A. Practices and problems in HANES. Dietary data methodology. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 68, (1), 22-25.
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1974
(author unknown) . Preliminary Findings of the First Health and Nutrition Examination Survey: United States, 1971-72: Dietary Intake and Biochemical Findings. Washington, DC: United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
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