The

relative risk r and the odds ratio 9 satisfy one of the following conditions:

Thus, the book's central theorem states that for a > 0 and b > 0, "the

relative risk aversion measure associated with an outcome variable is larger when the outcome variable is measured more inclusively or is less risky" (p.

Since such

relative risks are low, the ABC link may not be significant.

In any case where a pharmaceutical agent creates an increased

relative risk of an adverse event greater than 2, the plaintiff's attorney can definitively state from a scientific and epidemiological standpoint that the event was more likely than not caused by the agent.

When

relative risk is near the critical value of 2.0, potential biases must be assessed more carefully.

The

relative risk of stroke rose less steeply, but still substantially, among people who cited moderate depressive symptoms, Jonas and Mussolino report in the July/August PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE.

In all models, the strength of effects is expressed in terms of

relative risks. The interpretation of such

relative risks depends on whether the independent variable is categorical or continuous.

"Whole body bone scanners can occupy entire exam rooms, cost more than $100,000, take up to 30 minutes to perform a single procedure, and give you less than a 2.0

relative risk for spine fracture prediction.

It is important to know the hazard class of the peroxide so you can determine the

relative risk.

I find that both in 1900 and again in 1985-91, the

relative risk of labor force nonparticipation increases for the excessively lean and obese.

Use of the measures of absolute and

relative risk aversion, introduced by Arrow [1971!

It examines the following: * the annual projected after-tax cash flows the foundry will generate; * the cash flows discounted at an appropriate rate of return, taking into account the

relative risk of not realizing the projected cash flow and the time value of encumbered funds; * the estimated residual value of the asset at the end of its remaining useful life; * the residual value converted to its present value equivalent; * the present value of the after-tax cash flow combined with the present value of the determined residual.