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Smith BM, Lavela SL, Weaver FM. Health-related quality of life for veterans with spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord 2008;46(7):507–512. abstract

Larson RJ, Larson RJ, Welch HG. Risk for increased utilization and adverse health outcomes among men served by the Veterans Health Administration. Mil Med 2007;172(7):690–696. abstract

Lavela SL, Weaver FM, Smith B, Chen K. Disease prevalence and use of preventive services: comparison of female veterans in general and those with spinal cord injuries and disorders. J Womens Health 2006;15(3):301–311. abstract

Nelson KM. The burden of obesity among a national probability sample of veterans. J Gen Intern Med. 2006;21(9):915–9. abstract

West AN, Weeks WB. Mental distress among younger veterans before, during, and after the invasion of Iraq. Psychiatr Serv 2006;57(2):244–248. abstract html

West A, Weeks WB. Physical and mental health and access to care among nonmetropolitan Veterans Health Administration patients younger than 65 years. J Rural Health 2006;22(1):9–16. abstract

Reiber GE, Koepsell TD, Maynard C, Haas LB, Boyko EJ. Diabetes in nonveterans, veterans, and veterans receiving Department of Veterans Affairs health care. Diabetes Care 2004;27(Suppl 2):B3–9. abstract html

Boehmer TK, Booth VL, Flanders WD, Barrett DH. Health-related quality of life of U.S. military personnel; a population-based study. Military Medicine 2003;168(11):941–947. abstract

Gizlice Z. Health Conditions and Behaviors Among North Carolina and United States Military Veterans Compared to Non-Veterans. North Carolina Special Report Series SCHS 2002(133):1–7. pdf [40K]

Koepsell T, Reiber G, Simmons KW. Behavioral risk factors and use of preventive services among veterans in Washington State. Prev Med 2002;35(6):557–562. abstract

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