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We propose dynamic systems models as one component of the epidemiologic toolbox. Systems models reflect the fact that diseases are caused within complex molecular, biological, and social systems, with positive and negative feedback. Such models predict empiric observations, provide a framework...
Purpose We sought to evaluate the association between body mass index (BMI) and mortality in Korean women and to determine whether the association differs depending on menopausal status.
Purpose The goal of this research was to estimate 12-month survival rates for a large sample of elderly veterans after hip fracture with a risk-adjusted model and to compare the results of men to those of women.
Purpose To determine whether crack cocaine-using women who are aware of their HIV serostatus have made modifications in risk behaviors, we compared known HIV-positive (HIV+) and HIV-negative (HIV−) users with respect to sexual risk behaviors, prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs)...
Purpose To examine the epidemiology of hospital admissions for acute pancreatitis in the United States.
Purpose The social gradient in prostate cancer incidence observed in several studies may be a result of differential access to prostate cancer screening. We aim to assess if socioeconomic status, stress, and marital status are associated with prostate cancer risk in a population with free access...
Purpose The Millennium Cohort Study began in 2001 using mail and Internet questionnaires to gather occupational and environmental exposure, behavioral risk factor, and health outcome data from a large, population-based US military cohort. Standardized instruments, including the Patient Health...
Purpose We sought to assess whether the protective effect of marriage on overall and cause-specific mortality has changed over time in a dynamic society.
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