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Alcohol Consumption Trajectory Patterns in Adult Women with HIV Infection
HIV-infected women with excessive alcohol consumption are at risk for adverse health outcomes, but little is known about their long-term drinking trajectories. This analysis included longitudinalExpand
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Validity of US norms for the Bayley Scales of Infant Development-III in Malawian children.
OBJECTIVE Most psychometric tests originate from Europe and North America and have not been validated in other populations. We assessed the validity of United States (US)-based norms for the BayleyExpand
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The effect of antiretroviral therapy on all-cause mortality, generalized to persons diagnosed with HIV in the USA, 2009-11.
BACKGROUND Although antiretroviral therapy (ART) is known to be protective against HIV-related mortality, the expected magnitude of effect is unclear because existing estimates of the effect of ARTExpand
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Accuracy loss due to selection bias in cohort studies with left truncation.
BACKGROUND Selection is a common problem in paediatric and perinatal epidemiology, and truncation can be thought of as missing person time that can result in selection bias. Left truncation, alsoExpand
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Timing of Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy and Risk of Preterm Birth in Studies of HIV-infected Pregnant Women: The Role of Selection Bias
Background: Women who initiate antiretroviral therapy (ART) during pregnancy are reported to have lower risk of preterm birth compared with those who enter pregnancy care already receiving ART. WeExpand
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Ongoing life stressors and suicidal ideation among HIV-infected adults with depression.
BACKGROUND Suicidal ideation is the most proximal risk factor for suicide and can indicate extreme psychological distress; identification of its predictors is important for possible intervention.Expand
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