epidemiological : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ep uh dee mee uh lo ji kuhl

  • a  of or relating to epidemiology
    epidemiological studies

  • Other epidemiological studies over the past four years have come to similar conclusions, but none has been so large and so complete as the Danish study.
  • Though lacking any valid epidemiological study, she insists that this number represents a highly elevated rate in comparison with expected cancer rates in the general population.
  • Other studies show that people who get a full eight hours of sleep at night tend to be thinner than those who get less, while numerous epidemiological studies have established a .
News & Articles

  • Purdah? I Hardly Know Ya!: Social Influences Affecting Middle East Respiratory Syndrome
    Today in The New York Times coverage of a report published yesterday on a Saudi hospital-borne outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome released by The New England Journal of Medicine, a potential epidemiological phenomenon was briefly addressed: men have made up the majority of infected cases and the low rates of infection among women may be due to an emphasis on the wearing of the face ...
    June 20, 2013 - Discover
  • Study Links Mobile Hand-Held Devices with Musculoskeletal Symptoms
    This article is reprinted with permission from The Ergonomics Report ™ Archives , where it originally appeared on March 17, 2011. In work funded by the Office Ergonomics Research Committee ( OERC ), Canadian researchers Berolo, Wells and Amick performed an epidemiological study to investigate the prevalence of upper body musculoskeletal pain in mobile device users.
    June 18, 2013 - Ergonomics Today

  • Ed Miliband in ic Coventry
    Mr Miliband said: "There are two priorities today. First of all to establish the epidemiological evidence, which will be coming through today. We have had an initial diagnosis, but there will be more information coming through. Secondly, to monitor...
  • Bonilla in University of Florida
    At this point, we don't know whether the increased health risk is due to pathogen exposure,Bonilla said. "To really understand this, a more comprehensive and targeted epidemiological approach is needed."
  • Joel Brind in Standard Newswire (press release)
    This isn't the first time that Harvard Nurses Study researchers [8] have produced the wrong epidemiological results,said Joel Brind, president of the Breast Cancer Prevention Institute. "They were wrong about combined hormone replacement...

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