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Correlates of Leisure Time Physical Inactivity in a Scandinavian Population: A Basis for Interventions.
BACKGROUND Effective interventions are needed to increase physical activity in the general population. To target interventions, we need knowledge of insufficiently active groups in society. ThisExpand
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Comorbidity between pain and mental illness – Evidence of a bidirectional relationship
Pain from various locations in the body and mental illness are common and the comorbidity between the two is well‐known although the temporal relationship remains to be determined. Our aim was toExpand
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Injuries before and after diagnosis of cancer: nationwide register based study
Objective To examine the relative risks of iatrogenic and non-iatrogenic injuries during the period shortly before and after a diagnosis of cancer. Design Nationwide register based study. SettingExpand
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A diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis, endometriosis or IBD is associated with later onset of fibromyalgia and chronic widespread pain
Widespread pain is a common comorbidity in several chronic diseases and is suspected to be caused by pain resulting from the underlying disease that has provoked a state of central sensitization.Expand
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Quality of care for the dying across different levels of palliative care development: A population-based cohort study
Background: There is a lack of knowledge about how the provision and availability of specialized palliative care relates to the quality of dying in hospital and community-based settings. Aim: WeExpand
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Dying with unrelieved pain - prescription of opioids is not enough.
CONTEXT Fear of pain resonates with most people, in particular in relation to dying. Despite this, there are still people dying with unrelieved pain. OBJECTIVES We quantified the risk, andExpand
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The value of the Skåne Health-care Register: Prospectively collected individual-level data for population-based studies
Aims: This study aimed to examine the population-based Skåne Health-care Register (SHR) regarding feasibility for scientific research and also strengths and weaknesses. Methods: To analyse theExpand
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Pain over 2 years after start of biological versus conventional combination treatment in early rheumatoid arthritis: results from the randomised controlled SWEFOT trial.
OBJECTIVE To compare the pain course between methotrexate (MTX)-refractory early rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients randomised to infliximab (IFX) versus sulfasalazine+hydroxychloroquine (SSZ+HCQ).Expand
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Consultation prevalence among children, adolescents and young adults with pain conditions: A description of age‐ and gender differences
Pain is a common complaint presented in healthcare, but most epidemiological pain research has focused either on single pain conditions or on the adult population. The aim of this study was toExpand
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Feasibility of reusing time-matched controls in an overlapping cohort
The methods developed for secondary analysis of nested case-control data have been illustrated only in simplified settings in a common cohort and have not found their way into biostatisticalExpand
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