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Serum cholesterol level and mortality due to suicide and trauma in the Honolulu Heart Program.
- C. Iribarren, D. Reed, G. Wergowske, C. Burchfiel, J. Dwyer
- Archives of internal medicine
- 10 April 1995
BACKGROUND Recent results from cholesterol level-lowering trials and some, but not all, observational studies support an intriguing link between low or lowered serum cholesterol levels and violent… Expand
Low serum cholesterol and mortality. Which is the cause and which is the effect?
BACKGROUND Many studies have reported an association between a low or lowered blood total cholesterol (TC) level and subsequent nonatherosclerotic disease incidence or death. The question of whether… Expand
Serum total cholesterol and mortality. Confounding factors and risk modification in Japanese-American men.
OBJECTIVE To further investigate the relationship between serum total cholesterol (TC) level and mortality due to major causes. In particular, is the elevated mortality among persons with low TC… Expand
Association of serum total cholesterol with coronary disease and all-cause mortality: multivariate correction for bias due to measurement error.
- C. Iribarren, D. Sharp, C. Burchfiel, P. Sun, J. Dwyer
- American journal of epidemiology
- 1 March 1996
Measurement error in the exposure under investigation is an important but often ignored source of bias in observational studies. The authors examined the impact of measurement error in the… Expand
Psychological factors and coronary artery disease.
Oxygen consumption and other psychophysiological variables during an active coping task
In an attempt 1,0 observe the energy demands during the performance of a mental task, whole body oxygell consumptioll was measured while subjects solved a series of abstract reasoning problerns of… Expand