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    55455 Minneapolis

    United States

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Medicine & Life Sciences

Health
Food
Medicare
Delivery of Health Care
Senegal
Interviews
Healthcare Disparities
Population
Veterans
North American Indians
Health Surveys
Logistic Models
Complementary Therapies
Vaccines
Health Insurance
Research
Psychology
Fast Foods
Yoga
Cataract Extraction
Depression
Formularies
Mental Health
Costs and Cost Analysis
Randomized Controlled Trials
Equipment and Supplies
Inpatients
Tetanus Toxoid
Neoplasms
Quality of Health Care
perfluorooctanoic acid
Pediatrics
Parenting
Health Manpower
Fruit
Pregnancy
Young Adult
Vegetables
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Caregivers
Vaccination
Physicians
Confidence Intervals
Censuses
Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
Primary Health Care
Demography
Immunization
Odds Ratio
Measles Vaccine
Parturition
Motivation
Epidemiology
Aptitude
Reaction Time
Insurance Coverage
Hospitalization
Human Influenza
Cohort Studies
Mass Vaccination
Restaurants
Therapeutics
Mortality
Incidence
Equine-Assisted Therapy
Premature Mortality
Cataract
Prospective Studies
Subacute Care
Longitudinal Studies
Short-Term Memory
Health Services Misuse
Medicare Part B
Induced Abortion
Geographic Information Systems
Obstetrics
Public Housing
Drug Labeling
Cognitive Reserve
Poliovirus Vaccines
Cholera Vaccines
Technology
Retirement
Measles
Poliovirus
Vaccine Potency
Mobile Applications
Beverages
African Americans
Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis Vaccine
Physicians' Practice Patterns
Medical Records
Hospital Emergency Service
Diphtheria Toxoid
Databases
Condoms
Criminal Abortion
Anxiety
Surveys and Questionnaires
Corneal Edema

Social Sciences

census
Senegal
abortion
Mexico
marriage
housing
Latin America
time series
low income
weighting
corporation
tax reform
contingency theory
Brazil
trend
health
fertility
labor force participation
death
homeless child
food
gender
corporate tax
merger
homelessness
occupation
capital accumulation
tax law
corporate law
life expectancy
Geographical Information System
political economy
public housing
maternal mortality
alternative medicine
school attendance
demography
child labor
costs
politics
industry
mortality
cohabitation
human being
acquisition
bicycle
investor
cartography
purchase
regression
well-being
vegetables
health behavior
childhood
assistance
information science
diversification
social structure
shareholder
aggression
community
statistics
voting
determinants
social isolation
coding
factor analysis
restructuring
immigration
time
worker
ethnicity
married couple
election
disability
act
business history
migration
labor market
interview
customer
taxes
job demand
rural area
dollar
economics
wife
life situation
spouse
school
questionnaire
extended family
social support
labor
Group
assets
evidence
equity