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Boston
Boston Public Health Commission. The Health of Boston 2002 [PDF–1.1Mb] . Boston Public Health Commission Research Office; November, 2002.

Hennepin County
SHAPE 2006: Adult Data Book, Survey of the Health of All the Population and the Environment, Minneapolis, Minnesota [PDF - 6MB]. Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department, July 2008.

SHAPE 2002: Racial and Ethnic Data Book – Survey of the Health of Adults, the Population, and the Environment [PDF - 900KB].

Los Angeles County
Los Angeles Department of Health. Health Related Quality of Life in Los Angeles County. LADHS 2001. (HTM).

New Knox County, TN
Knox County Health at a Glance [PDF- 207KB]. Knox County Health Department, Surveillance, Evaluation, & Research. January 2004.

New York City, NY
Physical Activity in New York City, NYC Vital Sign [PDF - 170KB]. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, August 2009.

Lucas County, OH
Lucas County Adult Health Assessment, 2007 [PDF - 3.34MB]. Healthy Lucas County, 2007.

San Diego County
Community Health Improvement Partners — CHIP Needs Assessment (2004) Mental Health [PDF - 2.2MB] - Includes San Diego County Frequent Mental Distress (FMD) trends for 1999–2003.

Southeastern Pennsylvania
Health-Related Quality of Life: Highlights from the Community Health Data Base. [PDF - 74KB] Public Health Management Corporation, 2004.

 
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