Cigarette smoking, physical activity, and alcohol consumption: relationship to blood lipids and lipoproteins in premenopausal females.

@article{Stamford1984CigaretteSP,
  title={Cigarette smoking, physical activity, and alcohol consumption: relationship to blood lipids and lipoproteins in premenopausal females.},
  author={Bryant A. Stamford and S Matter and Ronald D. Fell and S Sady and M K Cresanta and Paula E. Papanek},
  journal={Metabolism: clinical and experimental},
  year={1984},
  volume={33 7},
  pages={
          585-90
        }
}
A total of 164 premenopausal female subjects were randomly selected for evaluation from a much larger pool of volunteers. The relationships between blood lipid and lipoprotein levels as dependent variables and cigarette smoking, physical activity, and alcohol consumption were determined from partial regression coefficients. A lower HDL-C level (10.1 mg/dL) was seen in smokers v nonsmokers. For each ounce of alcohol consumed, HDL-C level was higher by 2.8 mg/dL, and greater physical activity was… CONTINUE READING

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