A comparative risk assessment of burden of disease and injury attributable to 67 risk factors and risk factor clusters in 21 regions, 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010

@article{Lim2013ACR,
  title={A comparative risk assessment of burden of disease and injury attributable to 67 risk factors and risk factor clusters in 21 regions, 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010},
  author={Stephen S. Lim and Theo Vos and Abraham D. Flaxman and Goodarz Danaei and Kenji Shibuya and Heather Adair-Rohani and Mohammad A. Almazroa and Markus Amann and Hugh Ross Anderson and Kathryn G Andrews and Martin Aryee and Charles Atkinson and Loraine J Bacchus and Adil N. Bahalim and Kalpana Balakrishnan and John R. Balmes and Suzanne Barker-Collo and Amanda J. Baxter and Michelle L. Bell and Jed D. Blore and Fiona M Blyth and Carissa Bonner and Guilherme Borges and Rupert R A Bourne and Michel Boussinesq and Michael Brauer and Peter M Brooks and Nigel G. Bruce and Bert Brunekreef and Claire Bryan-Hancock and Chiara Bucello and Rachelle Buchbinder and Fiona C Bull and Richard T. Burnett and Tim E. Byers and Bianca Calabria and Jonathan R. Carapetis and Emily Carnahan and Zo{\"e} A. Chafe and Fiona J. Charlson and Honglei Chen and Jian Shen Chen and Andrew Tai-Ann Cheng and Jennifer Christine Child and Aaron J. Cohen and Katherine Ellicott Colson and Benjamin C Cowie and Sarah Darby and Susan Darling and Adrian Davis and Louisa Degenhardt and Frank J. Dentener and Don Des Jarlais and Karen M Devries and Mukesh Dherani and Eric L. Ding and Earl Ray Dorsey and Tim R Driscoll and Karen Margaret Edmond and Suad Eltahir Ali and Rebecca E. Engell and Patricia J. Erwin and Saman Fahimi and Gail Falder and Farshad Farzadfar and Alize J Ferrari and Mariel McKenzie Finucane and Seth Flaxman and Francis Gerry R Fowkes and Greg Freedman and Michael K Freeman and Emmanuela Gakidou and Santu Ghosh and Edward L. Giovannucci and Gerhard Gmel and Kathryn Graham and Rebecca Grainger and Bridget F. Grant and David Gunnell and Hialy R. Gutierrez and Wayne Hall and Hans W. Hoek and Anthony Hogan and H. Dean Hosgood and Damian G Hoy and Howard Hu and Bryan Hubbell and Sally Hutchings and Sydney E. Ibeanusi and Gemma Jacklyn and Rashmi Jasrasaria and Jost B. Jonas and Hai-dong Kan and John A. Kanis and Nicholas J. Kassebaum and Norito Kawakami and Young Ho Khang and Shahab Khatibzadeh and Jon Paul Khoo and Cindy Kok and Francine Laden and Ratilal Lalloo and Qing Lan and Timothy J.H. Lathlean and Janet L. Leasher and James Leigh and Yang Li and John Kent Lin and Steven E. Lipshultz and Stephanie London and Rafael Lozano and Yuan Lu and Joelle Mak and Reza Malekzadeh and Leslie Mallinger and Wagner Marcenes and Lyn March and Robert G. Marks and Randall V. Martin and P. A. Mcgale and John Mcgrath and Sumi Mehta and Ziad A. Memish and George A. Mensah and Tony Raymond Merriman and Renata Micha and Catherine M. Michaud and Vinod Kumar Mishra and Khayriyyah Mohd Hanafiah and Ali A. Mokdad and Lidia Morawska and Dariush Mozaffarian and Tasha B Murphy and Mohsen Naghavi and Bruce Neal and Paul K. Nelson and Joan Miquel Nolla and Rosana E Norman and Casey Olives and Saad B. Omer and Jessica J. Orchard and Richard H. Osborne and Bart Ostro and Andrew Page and Kiran Dev Pandey and Charles D. H. Parry and Erin Passmore and Jayadeep Patra and Neil Pearce and Pamela M. Pelizzari and Max Petzold and Michael Robert Phillips and Daniel Pope and C. Arden Pope and John W. Powles and Mayuree Rao and Homie Razavi and Eva A Rehfuess and J{\"u}rgen Rehm and Beate R Ritz and Frederick P. Rivara and Thomas J Roberts and Carolyn Robinson and Jose Adolfo Rodriguez-Portales and Isabelle Romieu and Robin Room and Lisa C Rosenfeld and Ananya Roy and Lesley Rushton and Joshua A. Salomon and Uchechukwu Sampson and L{\'i}dia S{\`a}nchez-Riera and Ella Sanman and Amir Sapkota and Soraya Seedat and Peilin Shi and Kevin D. Shield and Rupak Shivakoti and Gitanjali M Singh and David A. Sleet and Emma Smith and Kirk R. Smith and Nicolas J C Stapelberg and Kyle Steenland and Heidi St{\"o}ckl and Lars Jacob Stovner and Kurt Straif and Lahn D Straney and George D. Thurston and Jimmy H. Tran and Rita Van Dingenen and Aaron van Donkelaar and Jacob Lennert Veerman and Lakshmi Vijayakumar and Robert Weintraub and Myrna M. Weissman and Richard A. White and Harvey A. Whiteford and Steven T. Wiersma and James D. Wilkinson and Hywel C. Williams and Warwick Williams and Nicholas M. Wilson and Anthony D. Woolf and Paul Siu-Fai Yip and Jan M. Zielinski and Alan D. Lopez and Christopher J. L. Murray and Majid Ezzati},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2013},
  volume={380},
  pages={2224-2260}
}

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