NHIS

National Health Statistics Reports from the National Health Interview Survey

National Health Statistics Reports released from All Vital and Health Statistics Programs

Notice: Effective January 2008 the title, National Health Statistics Reports (NHSR), replaces Advance Data from Vital and Health Statistics (AD). NHSRs will be numbered sequentially beginning with 1. The last AD report number is 395. See the Advance Data homepage for a complete listing.

No. 172. Assessing Anxiety and Depression: A Comparison of National Health Interview Survey Measures [PDF – 678 KB]

No. 169. Demographic Variation in Health Insurance Coverage: United States, 2020 [PDF – 464 KB]

No. 168. Geographic Variation in Health Insurance Coverage: United States, 2020 [PDF – 810 KB]

No. 163. Geographic Variation in Health Insurance Coverage: United States, 2019 [PDF – 747 KB]

No. 162. Prescription Opioid Use Among Adults With Chronic Pain: United States, 2019 [PDF – 335 KB]

No. 159. Demographic Variation in Health Insurance Coverage: United States, 2019 [PDF – 972 KB]

No. 153. Multiple Chronic Conditions Among Veterans and Nonveterans: United States, 2015–2018 [PDF – 343 KB]

No. 152. Health Care Utilization Among U.S. Adults With Inflammatory Bowel Disease, 2015–2016 [PDF – 231 KB]

No. 144. Selected Financial Burdens of Health Care Among Families With Older Adults, by Family Composition: United States, 2017–2018 [PDF – 309 KB]

No. 143. Comparative Analysis of the National Health Interview Survey Public-use and Restricted-use Linked Mortality Files [PDF – 1 MB]

No. 142. Hearing Difficulty, Vision Trouble, and Balance Problems Among Male Veterans and Nonveterans [PDF – 274 KB]

No. 139. Prevalence of Children Aged 3–17 Years With Developmental Disabilities, by Urbanicity: United States, 2015–2018. [PDF – 317 KB]

No. 134. Differences in Select Measures of Health Care Access, Utilization, and Financial Burden by Urbanicity, 2017. [PDF – 374 KB]

No. 130. Reported Importance and Access to Health Care Providers Who Understand or Share Cultural Characteristics With Their Patients Among Adults, by Race and Ethnicity 12 pp. (PHS) 2019-1250. October 8, 2019. [PDF – 299 KB]

No. 129. Breast Cancer Screening Among Women by Nativity, Birthplace, and Length of Time in the United States 15 pp. (PHS) 2020-1250. October 9, 2019. [PDF – 486 KB]

No. 118. Chronic School Absenteeism Among Children With Selected Developmental Disabilities: National Health Interview Survey, 2014–2016. 7 pp. (PHS) 2018-1250. September 26, 2018. [PDF – 336 KB]

No. 112. State Variation in Meeting the 2008 Federal Guidelines for Both Aerobic and Muscle-strengthening Activities Through Leisure-time Physical Activity Among Adults Aged 18–64: United States, 2010–2015. 22 pp. (PHS) 2018-1250. June 28, 2018.  [PDF – 844 KB]

No. 109. Use of the National Health Interview Survey Linked to Medicaid Analytic eXtract Data to Identify Children With Medicaid-covered Births. 11 pp. (PHS) 2018-1250. April 2, 2018. [PDF – 397 KB]

No. 99. Sports- and Recreation-related Injury Episodes in the United States, 2011–2014. 12 pp. (PHS) 2017-1250. November 18, 2016.  [PDF – 272 KB]

No. 98. Use of Complementary Health Approaches for Musculoskeletal Pain Disorders Among Adults: United States, 2012. 12 pp. (PHS) 2016-1250. October 12, 2016. [PDF – 301 KB]

No. 95. Expenditures on Complementary Health Approaches: United States, 2012. 12 pp. (PHS) 2016-1250. June 22, 2016. [PDF – 433 KB]

No. 94. Occupational Differences Among Employed Adults Who Met 2008 Federal Guidelines for Both Aerobic and Muscle-strengthening Activities: United States, 2008–2014. 12 pp. (PHS) 2016-1250. June 10, 2016. [PDF – 239 KB]

No. 90. Reasons for Emergency Room Use Among U.S. Adults Aged 18–64: National Health Interview Survey, 2013 and 2014 .18 pp. (PHS) 2016-1250. February 18, 2016. [PDF – 348 KB]

No. 79. Trends in the Use of Complementary Health Approaches Among Adults: United States, 2002–2012 . 16 pp. (PHS) 2015-1250. February 10, 2015. [PDF – 241 KB]

No. 78.Use of Complementary Health Approaches Among Children Aged 4–17 Years in the United States: National Health Interview Survey, 2007–2012. 19 pp. (PHS) 2015-1250. February 10, 2015. [PDF – 300 KB]

No. 77. Sexual Orientation and Health Among U.S. Adults: National Health Interview Survey, 2013. 16 pp. (PHS) 2014-1250. July 15, 2014. [PDF – 402 KB]

No. 70. Wireless Substitution: State-level Estimates From the National Health Interview Survey, 2012. 16 pp. (PHS) 2014-1250. December 18, 2013. [PDF – 402 KB]

No. 61. Wireless Substitution: State-level Estimates From the National Health Interview Survey, 2010–2011. 16 pp. (PHS) 2013-1250. October 12, 2012. [PDF – 334 KB]

No. 48. Identifying Emotional and Behavioral Problems in Children Aged 4–17 Years: United States, 2001–2007. 18 pp. (PHS) 2012-1250. February 24, 2012. [PDF – 247 KB]

No. 39. Wireless Substitution: State-level Estimates From the National Health Interview Survey, January 2007-June 2010. 28 pp. (PHS) 2011-1250. April 20, 2011. [PDF – 645 KB]

No. 20. Health Characteristics of the American Indian or Alaska Native Adult Population: United States, 2004-2008. 24 pp. (PHS) 2010-1250. March 9, 2010. [PDF – 305 KB]

No. 18. Costs of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) and Frequency of Visits to CAM Practitioners: United States, 2007. 15 pp. (PHS) 2009-1250. July 30, 2009. [PDF – 280 KB]

No. 17. Health Insurance Coverage Trends, 1959-2007: Estimates from the National Health Interview Survey. 26 pp. (PHS) 2009-1250. July 1, 2009. [PDF – 331 KB]

No. 16. Health Characteristics of Adults Aged 55 Years and Over: United States, 2004-2007. 32 pp. (PHS) 2009-1250. July 8, 2009. [PDF – 427 KB]

No. 14. Wireless Substitution: State-level Estimates From the National Health Interview Survey, January-December 2007. 14 pp. (PHS) 2009-1250. March 11, 2009. [PDF – 586 KB]

No. 12. Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use Among Adults and Children: United States, 2007. 24 pp. (PHS) 2009-1250. December 10, 2008. [PDF – 419 KB]

No. 1. State, Regional, and National Estimates of Health Insurance Coverage for People Under 65 Years of Age: National Health Interview Survey, 2004-2006. 8 pp. (PHS) 2008-1250. June 19, 2008. [PDF – 605 KB]

Page last reviewed: July 11, 2022