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2002 National Survey on Drug Use & Health:  Detailed Tables

Incidence and Lifetime Prevalence Tables - 4.1 to 4.76 (Standard Errors)

4.1C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Marijuana During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.2C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Cocaine During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.3C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Crack During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.4C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Heroin During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.5C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Hallucinogens During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.6C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used LSD During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.7C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used PCP During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.8C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Ecstasy During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.9C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Inhalants During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.10C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Pain Relievers During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.11C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Tranquilizers During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.12C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Stimulants During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.13C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Methamphetamines During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.14C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Sedatives During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.15C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Alcohol During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.16C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Any Cigarettes During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.17C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who Began Daily Cigarette Use During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.18C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Smokeless Tobacco During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.19C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Persons Who First Used Cigars During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.20C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Marijuana During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.21C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Cocaine During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.22C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Crack During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.23C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Heroin During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.24C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Hallucinogens During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.25C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used LSD During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.26C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used PCP During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.27C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Ecstasy During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.28C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Inhalants During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.29C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Pain Relievers During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.30C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Tranquilizers During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.31C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Stimulants During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.32C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Methamphetamines During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.33C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Sedatives During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.34C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Alcohol During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.35C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Any Cigarettes During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.36C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who Began Daily Cigarette Use During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.37C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Smokeless Tobacco During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.38C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Males Who First Used Cigars During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.39C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Marijuana During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.40C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Cocaine During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.41C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Crack During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.42C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Heroin During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.43C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Hallucinogens During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.44C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used LSD During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.45C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used PCP During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.46C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Ecstasy During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.47C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Inhalants During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.48C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Pain Relievers During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.49C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Tranquilizers During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.50C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Stimulants During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.51C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Methamphetamines During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.52C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Sedatives During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.53C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Alcohol During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.54C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Any Cigarettes During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.55C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who Began Daily Cigarette Use During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.56C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Smokeless Tobacco During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.57C Standard Errors of Numbers (in Thousands) of Females Who First Used Cigars During the Years 1965 to 2001, Their Mean Age at First Use, and Annual Age-Specific Rates of First Use (Per 1,000 Person-Years of Exposure): Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.58D Marijuana Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.59D Cocaine Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.60D Crack Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.61D Heroin Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.62D Hallucinogen Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.63D LSD Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender; Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.64D PCP Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.65D Ecstasy Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.66D Inhalant Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.67D Pain Reliever Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.68D Tranquilizer Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.69D Stimulant Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.70D Methamphetamine Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.71D Sedative Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.72D Alcohol Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.73D Any Cigarette Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.74D Daily Cigarette Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.75D Smokeless Tobacco Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

4.76D Cigar Use in Lifetime among Persons Aged 12 to 17 and Persons Aged 18 to 25 During the Years 1965 to 2002, by Gender: Standard Errors of Percentages, Based on 2002 NSDUH

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