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Health-Related Quality of Life-Puerto Rico 1996–2000

CDC, MMWR 2002,51(08):166–8 http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5108a3.htm

Adults in Puerto Rico with fair or poor health status reported more days for which they were physically and/or mentally unhealthy or limited in activity than did persons whose health status was good, very good, or excellent. This supports the construct validity of the HRQOL measures in the Puerto Rican population: the two constructs—self-rated health and reported unhealthy days—were associated in a consistent and expected manner (8).

 
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