Viewing and Printing Tables and Maps
The view choice for your browser ought to be set to the littlest on the market text size to ensure that columns of numbers are properly formatted and that half of the page isn’t lost when printing.
Be sure your screen colors are set to True Color (24 bit) or greater therefore that the colours and shadings on the maps are clearly discernable. Maps also are provided in black and white (B/W) if a color printer isn’t out there. Maps should be printed in landscape orientation.
Tables are provided in both HTML and PDF format. The PDF files will load more quickly, but can’t be used with ADA assisted technology. Tables printed in portrait orientation using Adobe Acrobat might manufacture a lot of pleasing results than printing the HTML-formatted tables.
In 2003, the BRFSS survey was conducted in all fifty states, the District of Columbia and in 3 U.S. territories (Guam, Puerto Rico and also the Virgin Islands). In each area where interviews are conducted, respondents are randomly selected from noninstitutionalized civilian adults (18 years of age or older) living in households with a telephone (Chapter one, page xviii of the BRFSS User’s Guide[PDF – one.seven MB]). Asthma prevalence data are made from the responses to 2 asthma queries on the year 2003 BRFSS Core Questionnaire.
Lifetime asthma: Question number nine.01
“Have you ever been told by a doctor, nurse, or alternative health professional that you simply had asthma?” (variable name: ASTHMA2)
The calculated variable _LTASTHMA (based mostly on question 9.01) from the public use file was used when creating the tables.
Current asthma: Question variety nine.02
If the response to nine.01 was Yes, then question 9.02 was asked: “Do you still have asthma?” (variable name: ASTHNOW)\
The calculated variable _CASTHMA (primarily based on questions nine.01 and 9.02) from the general public use file was used when creating the tables.