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Attributable Risk Applications in Epidemiology

Attributable Risk Applications in Epidemiology Mark A. Kaelin Department of Health Professions Montclair State University Upper Montclair, New Jersey and Manuel Bayona Department of Epidemiology Health Science Center, School of Public Health University of North Texas Fort Worth, Texas The Young ...

In the Swim of Things

Obesity is epidemic in the United States today and a major cause of death, attributable to heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. [Announcer] CDC Presents: Health Matters.

What Does the Population Attributable Fraction Mean?

VOLUME 4: NO. 1 JANUARY 2007 What Does the Population Attributable Fraction Mean? SPECIAL TOPIC Suggested citation for this article : Levine B. What does the population attributable fraction mean?

Quantification of the disease burden attributable to ...

Quantification of the disease burden attributable to environmental risk factors 1 Environmental risk factors that are considered in the series of guides (WHO 2008) : • Indoor smoke from solid fuel use • Outdoor air pollution • Water, sanitation & hygiene • Solar ultraviolet radiation ...

GLOBAL HEALTH RISKS

GLOBAL HEALTH RISKS GLOBAL HEALTH RISKS . WHO. Mortality and burden of disease attributable to selected major risks

Smoking-Attributable Mortality

Smoking-Attributable Mortality Smoking-Attributable Mortality in New York City, 2002 in New York City, 2002-2009-2009 Wenhui Li, Ph.D. Wenhui Li, Ph.D. Gil A. Maduro, Ph.D. Gil A. Maduro, Ph.D. Bureau of Vital Statistics New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene January 31, 2011 ...

State-Level Estimates of Annual Medical Expenditures ...

State-Level Estimates of Annual Medical Expenditures Attributable to Obesity* Eric A. Finkelstein,†Ian C. Fiebelkorn,†and Guijing Wang‡ Abstract FINKELSTEIN, ERICA., IANC.

Attributable Effects in Case2-Studies

Biometrics 61,246-253 March 2005 Attributable Effects in Case 2-Studies Paul R. Rosenbaum Statistics Department, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-6340, U.S.A. email: rosenbaum@stat.wharton.upenn.edu Summary.

CHANGES IN SMOKING-ATTRIBUTABLE MORTALITY

CONTENTS Introduction..... 121 A Twenty-Year Perspective: 1965-85..... 122 The Concept of Attributable Risk..... 122 Mathematics of Attributable Risk..... 123 ...

How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease: The Biology and Behavioral ...

How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease: The Biology and Behavioral Basis for Smoking-Attributable Disease