1972 U.S. National Natality Survey
The survey is nationally representative based on a sample of 5,689 vital records of live birth in the United States in 1972, conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics. Married mothers, hospitals, and physicians were mailed different questionnaires. Their responses include information on demographic and social characteristics, maternal health, infant health, and labor and delivery history.
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