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Carter and colleagues conducted the study on 1,329 healthy children born between July 1995 and September 1997 in the New Haven-Meriden Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area of the 1990 Census.
The fact is this Great Recession was extremely broad impacting every standard metropolitan statistical area in the country while only health care and educational services continued to add employment during most of the downturn.
cities which comprise top 100 standard metropolitan statistical areas.
Table: Reported Cases of AIDS, United Statesby Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA) of Residence, 1981 to July 13, 1987
Areas are designated and defined by the Office of Management and Budget based on a set of criteria developed by the interagency Federal Committee on Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas.
It joins Anoka County, Dakota County and Washington County as Global AccuVoteTM customers in the designated Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area.
8 million subscribers, pro forma, based upon announced acquisitions) throughout six regions, in all 50 states and 864 cities through its Nationwide Wireless Network serving the top 100 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMSA) in the United States.
The upper limit for the alliances will be a population level of around two million people, except for Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMSAs), which will be part of one health alliance regardless of population size.