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1.

Sequential Record Identifier (Added by ICPSR)

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

2.

Number of adults in the household

I need to randomly select one adult who lives in your household to be interviewed. How many members of your household, including yourself, are 18 years of age or older? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

3.

Physical Activity

During the past 30 days, other than your regular job, did you participate in any physical activities or exercises such as running, calisthenics, golf, gardening, or walking for exercise? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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6.1. Have you ever been told by a doctor, nurse or other health professional that you had asthma?

Have you ever been told by a doctor, nurse or other health professional that you had asthma?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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7.1. During the past 12 months, have you had a flu shot?

During the past 12 months, have you had a flu shot?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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7.2. Have you ever had a pneumonia shot?

Have you ever had a pneumonia shot? This shot is usually given only once or twice in a person's lifetime and is different from the flu shot. It is also called the pneumococcal [NEW-MOE-COCKEL] vaccine. ... (view details)

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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8.7. Are you seriously thinking of quitting smoking in the next 30 days?

Are you seriously thinking of quitting smoking in the next 30 days?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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8.8. Are you seriously thinking of quitting smoking in the next 6 months?

Are you seriously thinking of quitting smoking in the next 6 months?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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8.11. How many cigarettes on average did you smoke per day before you quit?

How many cigarettes on average did you smoke per day before you quit?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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8.12. Was the last cigarette you smoked from a carton, a pack, a single or loosie, bummed, or did you roll your own?

Was the last cigarette you smoked from a carton, a pack, a single or loosie, bummed, or did you roll your own?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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8.15a.During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: A nicotine patch?

During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: a nicotine patch?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

12.

During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: nicotine gum?

During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: nicotine gum?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

13.

During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: nicotene lozenge, nasal spray or inhaler?

During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: nicotene lozenge, nasal spray or inhaler?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

14.

During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: a prescription pill?

During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: a prescription pill to block the craving of smoking, like Zyban (ZIGH-ban) or Bupropion (boo-PRO-pee-on)? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

15.

During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: individual, telephone or group counseling advice?

During the past year, did you use any of the following aids to help you quit: individual, telephone or group counseling advice?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

16.

9.2. Which statement best describes the rules about smoking inside your home?

Which statement best describes the rules about smoking inside your home?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

17.

9.6. Which of the following best describes your place of work's official smoking policy for work areas?

Which of the following best describes your place of work's official smoking policy for work areas?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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16.1. Have you ever been tested for HIV? Do not count tests you may have had as part of a blood donation.

Have you ever been tested for HIV? Do not count tests you may have had as part of a blood donation.

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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20.1. In the past 12 months, have you been frightened for the safety of yourself, your children or friends because of the anger or threats of an intimate partner?

In the past 12 months, have you been frightened for the safety of yourself, your children or friends because of the anger or threats of an intimate partner? [INTERVIEWER: IF ASKED, THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE IS (800) 621-4673 ] ... (view details)

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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20.2 In the past 12 months, have you sustained injuries such as bruises, cuts, a black eye, or broken bones as a result of behavior of an intimate partner?

In the past 12 months, have you sustained injuries such as bruises, cuts, a black eye, or broken bones as a result of behavior of an intimate partner? [INTERVIEWER: IF ASKED, THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE IS (800) 621-4673 ] ... (view details)

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

21.

Borough of Residence

Borough of Residence

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

22.

Sex of respondent

Sex of Respondent

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

23.

Age Group

Age Group

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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Race/Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

25.

Weight Variable

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

26.

Told to quit smoking during the past 12 months

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

27.

Was a condom used the last time you had sex?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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Do any of these apply to you (17.7)

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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About how long has it been since you last smoked cigarettes?

About how long has it been since you last smoked cigarettes?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

30.

Number of cigarettes smoked/day - current smokers

Number of cigarettes smoked/day - current smokers

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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Stopped smoking for one day (24 hrs in Fall03 survey) or longer in the past 12 months

Stopped smoking for one day (24 hrs in Fall03 survey) or longer in the past 12 months

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

32.

Time before first cigarette in the morning

Time before first cigarette in the morning

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

33.

Where did you buy cigarettes the last time?

Where did you buy cigarettes the last time?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

34.

Smoking status

Smoking status

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

35.

Any of the aids used to quit?

Any of the aids (group or one-on-one counseling, nicotine patch, nicotine gum, nicotine inhaler, prescription drugs like zyban) used to quit? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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Age when smoking first started

Age when smoking first started

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

37.

Marital Status

Marital Status

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

38.

Employment status

Employment status

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

39.

United Health Fund Neighborhood

United Health Fund Neighborhood

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

40.

Educational status

Educational status

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

41.

Age 25yrs and up for education

Age 25 yrs and up for education

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

42.

Age 50yrs and up for colon screening

Age 50 yrs and up for colon screening

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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Age group 18 - 64 only

Age group 18 - 64 only

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

44.

Poverty level is asked in CHS Fall 2003 and CHS 2004 survey

Poverty level is asked in CHS Fall 2003 and CHS 2004 survey

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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Weight of Respondent

Weight of Respondent

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

46.

Nativity

Nativity

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

47.

Do you have a personal care practitioner?

Do you have a personal care practitioner?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

48.

Self-reported general health status

Self-reported general health status

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

49.

Total number of servings of fruit and/or veg you ate yesterday

Total number of servings of fruit and/or veg you ate yesterday

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

50.

Ever been told you have diabetes?

Ever been told you have diabetes?

Taken from: New York City Community Health Survey, 2004.

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