Member of Household

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Member of Household

Any person who may be claimed as a dependent on one's tax return. A member of the household may qualify one for the dependent exemption. Members of a household include children, spouses, parents, nieces or nephews, and anyone not related who has lived at one's house for an entire year.
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According to the findings of the field study of the Salvadorans, the household members who were not reported on the household rosters were boarders who were peripheral to the social life of the household core.
One way to assess the impact of passive smoking on SIDS is to examine the effects of paternal and other household members smoking on the incidence of SIDS.
Marrie of Dalhousie says that his group currently has no recommendations for people with pregnant cats, other than to prevent future pregnancies if household members develop symptoms of Q fever.
An application must include the names of children for whom benefits are requested, all household members and their monthly income or designation that they do not have any income, and be signed by an adult household member with the last four digits of that persons social security number.
In case the petitioner does not meet the income level as set by the federal poverty guidelines, the law permits him to consider the income or assets belonging to other household members. The latter may be the spouse, children, parent, sibling or another relative who lives in the same principal residence as the petitioner.
When a case of acute toxoplasmosis is identified in a family, additional household members might have been infected around the same time period; family members frequently share common exposures to food or environmental sources potentially contaminated with T.
However, household members aged over 50 were the least susceptible to infection.
Of the 85,000 Louisiana and Mississippi residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina who lived in temporary federal emergency trailers in spring 2006, more than half had household members with chronic disease and half were suffering from "major depression," according to a study in the April issue of Annals of Emergency Medicine.
A member of each household who is at least 15 years old provides information about household members. As a result of this data collection method, data regarding computer and Internet use by students were not collected directly from students in most cases, but from another member of the household; this method is a potential source of error.
If someone living in a house with high radon concentrations smokes, there is an even greater risk for household members to develop cancer.
Bureau of the Census personnel interview all household members at least 12 years old in a nationally representative sample of approximately 49,000 households (about 101,000 persons).
Transmission of hepatitis C virus (HCV) and other bloodborne viruses between household members who are not sex partners presumably results from inapparent percutaneous or permucosal exposures, such as sharing articles that may be contaminated with microscopic quantities of blood.
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