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WELFARE AND THE WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN 17 TABLE 2 Publicly Available Data Sets with Measures of Child Well-Being Data Set1 Measures Nutrition and Health Measures: Owen's PNS (1968*70) Eating habits, current dietary intake, medical history, biochemical evaluations, physical and dental evaluations. TSNS (1968-70) Dietary recall, socioeconomic status, physical and dental evaluations, biochemical and anthropometrical assessments. NHANES I (1971-74) 24-hour dietary recall, sociodemographic data, health history, physical examination; anthropometric, hematologic, and biochemical measures.
For example, as of January 1991, the maximum AFDC grant for a one-parent family of 4 persons varied from $124 a month in Alabama to $891 in Alaska. The fed eral poverty line for a family of 4 persons was $13,942 per year. On average the federal government pays 54% of benefit costs, and 50% of administra tive costs. As of October 1, 1990, all states are also required to offer an AFDC Unemployed Parent (AFDC-UP) program to two-parent families in which one of the parents is unemployed. Some states have offered this program since 1961, when the federal government first authorized it.
WELFARE AND THE WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN 25 A more direct way to assess nutritional status is to use information about the nutrients ‘available’ in the household’s usual diet and information from biochemical tests. Data about usual diets is collected by means of asking respondents to recall their food expenditures and/or food intakes, or by hav ing them keep diaries that record food expenditures and/or intakes over some period of time. Nutrient availability will generally exceed nutrient intake because of wastage, food given to guests, pets, and so on.