Many studies of cardiovascular risk in people with HIV assess these risk factors
one at a time.
We wanted to know whether the added presence of depression would statistically worsen the relationship between cardiac risk factors
and outcome," he explained at the annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.
tended to cluster, which was associated with about a threefold increase from the lowest group to the highest group in death and CVD rates.
Patients with two risk factors
developed AF at an average age of 71 years, those with three risk factors
had AF at age 67 years, and those with four risk factors
and AF had an average age of 60 years.
As discussed earlier, deficiencies in calcium and/or vitamin D are well-documented risk factors
The racial and ethnic makeup of the study population and the prevalence of known risk factors
for stillbirth differed by age-group.
In the epidemiology of PD, significant associations have been reported with several other risk factors
, including head trauma and family history (positive associations), and smoking and caffeine intake (negative associations).
Knowledge regarding the heightened risk factors
for this population proves important, especially since early identification of eating disorders improves treatment outcomes (Reijonen et al.
These risk factors
can be controlled through regular exercise and healthy diet, but for African Americans, our love of soul food and convenience foods has been difficult to balance.
Auditors are cautioned not to think that these fraud risk factors
By themselves, these risk factors
may seem unimportant and are often overlooked," says Lakka.
Because these risk factors
are largely related to age, the youngest undergraduates (18 or younger) were less likely to report any.