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Monitoring System (PRAMS), 1999. MMWR 2002; 51(SS02);1-26.
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Are Women with Recent Live Births Aware of the Benefits of Folic Acid?
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Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS), 1997. MMWR 1999; 48(SS05);1-37.
Progress in Reducing Risky Infant Sleeping Positions -- 13 States, 1996-1997.
MMWR 1999; 48(39);878-882.
Prenatal Discussion of HIV Testing and Maternal HIV Testing -- 14 States,
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Assessment of Infant Sleeping Position – Selected States, 1996.
MMWR 1998; 47:873-7.
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Maine, Oklahoma, and West Virginia, 1990-1991. MMWR 1994;
43:132-7. (Reprinted in JAMA 1994; 271(15): 1152-3).
Johnson CH, the PRAMS Working Group. Synthetic estimates for
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Methods, American Statistical Association. 1994; 1065-70.
Nurse offers Plan B: Oops fills weekly birth-control gap.
Business section E-1, 6; April 6, 2000. Alaska PRAMS unintended
prevalence for 1998 overall and teen moms cited.
Gone in a Heartbeat: SIDS numbers high in Alaska. Front
page; November 15, 1998. (Correction to data printed November
24, 1998.) Alaska PRAMS data on back and side-sleeping for infants
Ellis measure stands behind breast-feeding. Front page;
April 7, 1998. Alaska PRAMS data on breast-feeding from Family
Health Dataline (Vol 2: No. 4) were cited.
Message misses its mark: Booze, drugs found in 16% of new
moms. Front page; October 11, 1995. Alaska PRAMS data were
used to give a counter viewpoint of the data referred to in the
Maternal health care. The Almanac. Page B6, June 28,
1994. Alaska PRAMS data pulled from Alaska Vital Signs (Vol 4:1,