Observational epidemiology is the preferred means of evaluating effects of behavioral and lifestyle modification.


In evaluating the health effects of behavioral change, randomized trials have the clear advantage of being able to provide unbiased and unconfounded estimates. However, in practice, many difficulties loom that limit the utility of trials. These include the inability to assess adverse behavior (except indirectly), the often unrealistic requirement for very… (More)


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