report on the behavioral risk factor study for South Dakota

Cover of: report on the behavioral risk factor study for South Dakota | Michael R. Hoadley

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  • South Dakota,
  • South Dakota.

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  • Health behavior -- South Dakota -- Statistics.,
  • Health status indicators -- South Dakota -- Statistics.,
  • Health surveys -- South Dakota.

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Statementprepared by Michael R. Hoadley, principal investigator and Charles A. Spencer, Robert Entzion, Gale A. Wiedow for the South Dakota Department of Health.
ContributionsSpencer, Charles A., South Dakota. State Dept. of Health.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA407.4.S58 H63 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination106, 23 p. :
Number of Pages106
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2346776M
LC Control Number86621375

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