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 T. Vos and A. Flaxman and G. Danaei and K. Shibuya and Heather Adair-Rohani and Mohammad A. Almazroa and M. Amann and H. R. Anderson and Kathryn G Andrews and M. Aryee and C. Atkinson and L. Bacchus and A. Bahalim and K. Balakrishnan and J. Balmes and S. Barker-Collo and A. Baxter and M. Bell and J. Blore and F. Blyth and C. Bonner and G. Borges and Rupert R A Bourne and M. Boussinesq and M. Brauer and P. Brooks and N. Bruce and B. Brunekreef and C. Bryan-Hancock and C. Bucello and R. Buchbinder and F. Bull and R. Burnett and T. Byers and B. Calabria and J. Carapetis and E. Carnahan and Z. Chafe and F. Charlson and Honglei Chen and Jian Chen and A. T. Cheng and J. C. Child and A. Cohen and K. Colson and B. Cowie and S. Darby and S. Darling and A. Davis and L. Degenhardt and F. Dentener and D. D. Jarlais and K. Devries and M. Dherani and E. Ding and E. Dorsey and T. Driscoll and K. Edmond and Suad Eltahir Ali and R. Engell and P. Erwin and S. Fahimi and G. Falder and F. Farzadfar and A. Ferrari and M. Finucane and S. Flaxman and F. Fowkes and G. Freedman and Michael K Freeman and E. Gakidou and Santu Ghosh and E. Giovannucci and G. Gmel and K. Graham and R. Grainger and B. Grant and D. Gunnell and H. Gutierrez and Wayne Hall and H. Hoek and A. Hogan and H. Hosgood and D. Hoy and Howard Hu and B. Hubbell and S. Hutchings and Sydney E. Ibeanusi and Gemma Jacklyn and Rashmi Jasrasaria and J. Jonas and H. Kan and J. Kanis and N. Kassebaum and N. Kawakami and Y. Khang and S. Khatibzadeh and J. Khoo and C. Kok and F. Laden and R. Lalloo and Q. Lan and T. Lathlean and J. Leasher and J. Leigh and Yang Li and J. Lin and S. Lipshultz and S. London and R. Lozano and Yuan Lu and J. Mak and R. Malekzadeh and Leslie Mallinger and W. Marcenes and L. March and Robert G. Marks and Randall V. Martin and P. Mcgale and J. Mcgrath and S. Mehta and Z. Memish and G. Mensah and T. Merriman and R. Micha and C. Michaud and V. Mishra and Khayriyyah Mohd Hanafiah and A. Mokdad and L. Morawska and D. Mozaffarian and Tasha B. Murphy and M. Naghavi and B. Neal and P. Nelson and J. Nolla and R. Norman and Casey Olives and S. Omer and J. Orchard and R. Osborne and B. Ostro and Andrew Page and K. Pandey and C. Parry and E. Passmore and Jayadeep Patra and N. Pearce and Pamela M. Pelizzari and M. Petzold and M. Phillips and D. Pope and C. Pope and J. Powles and M. Rao and H. Razavi and E. Rehfuess and J. Rehm and B. Ritz and F. Rivara and Thomas J Roberts and Carolyn Robinson and J. Rodriguez-Portales and I. Romieu and R. Room and L. Rosenfeld and Ananya Roy and L. Rushton and J. Salomon and U. Sampson and L. S{\`a}nchez-Riera and Ella Sanman and A. Sapkota and S. Seedat and P. Shi and K. Shield and R. Shivakoti and Gitanjali M Singh and D. Sleet and Emma Smith and Kirk R. Smith and N. Stapelberg and K. Steenland and H. St{\"o}ckl and L. Stovner and K. Straif and Lahn D Straney and G. Thurston and Jimmy Tran and R. V. Dingenen and A. Donkelaar and J. Veerman and L. Vijayakumar and Robert Weintraub and M. Weissman and Richard A. White and H. Whiteford and S. Wiersma and J. Wilkinson and H. Williams and Warwick Williams and N. Wilson and A. Woolf and P. Yip and J. Zielinski and Alan D. Lopez and C. Murray and M. Ezzati},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2013},
  volume={380},
  pages={2224-2260}
}
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