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Johnson SB, Wang C. Why do adolescents say they are less healthy than their parents think they are? The importance of mental health varies by social class in a nationally representative sample. Pediatrics 2008;121(2):e307–313. abstract

Hayes DK, Denny CH, Keenan NL, Croft JB, Greenlund KJ. Health related quality of life and hypertension status, awareness, treatment, and control: national health and nutrition examination survey, 2001-2004. J Hypertension 2008;26:641–647. abstract

Ford ES, Li C. Metabolic Syndrome and Health-Related Quality of Life among U.S. Adults. Ann Epidemiol 2008;18(3):165–171. abstract

Cook EL, Harman JS. A Comparison of Health-Related Quality of Life for Individuals with Mental Health Disorders and Common Chronic Medical Conditions. Publ H Reports 2008;123(1):45–51. abstract

Bish CL, Michels Blanck H, Maynard LM, Serdula MK, Thompson NJ, Kettel Khan L. Health-related quality of life and weight loss among overweight and obese U.S. adults, 2001 to 2002. Obesity (Silver Spring) 2006;14(11):2042–53. abstract html pdf [646K]

Davis K, Candrilli S, Kan H, Lucero M, Covington M. Estimating the effect of symptoms of diabetic peripheral neuropathy and diabetic retinopathy on quality of life using data from the 2001-2002 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (International Society of Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research Tenth Annual International Meeting—presentation abstract). Value in Health 2005 (May/June);8(3):365.

Zahran HS, Kobau R, Moriarty DG, Zack MM, Holt J, Donehoo R. Health-related quality of life surveillance—United States, 1993–2002. MMWR Surveillance Summary 2005;54(SS–4):1–35. abstract html pdf [483K]

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