The state of US health, 1990-2010: burden of diseases, injuries, and risk factors.

@article{Murray2013TheSO,
  title={The state of US health, 1990-2010: burden of diseases, injuries, and risk factors.},
  author={C. Murray and C. Atkinson and K. Bhalla and G. Birbeck and Roy Burstein and David P Chou and R. Dellavalle and G. Danaei and M. Ezzati and A. Fahimi and D. Flaxman and Foreman and S. Gabriel and E. Gakidou and N. Kassebaum and S. Khatibzadeh and Stephen Lim and S. Lipshultz and S. London and L{\'o}pez and Michael F Macintyre and A. Mokdad and A. Moran and D. Mozaffarian and Tasha B. Murphy and Moshen Naghavi and C. Pope and Thomas J Roberts and J. Salomon and D. Schwebel and S. Shahraz and D. Sleet and Murray and J. Abraham and Mohammed K. Ali and D. Bartels and Honglei Chen and M. Criqui and Dahodwala and Jarlais and E. Ding and E. Dorsey and B. Ebel and Fahami and S. Flaxman and A. Flaxman and D. Gonz{\'a}lez-Medina and B. Grant and H. Hagan and H. Hoffman and J. Leasher and J. Lin and R. Lozano and Y. Lu and Leslie Mallinger and M. McDermott and R. Micha and T. Miller and M. Naghavi and K. Narayan and S. Omer and Pamela M. Pelizzari and D. Phillips and D. Ranganathan and F. Rivara and U. Sampson and Ella Sanman and A. Sapkota and Saeid Sharaz and R. Shivakoti and Gitanjali M Singh and David Singh and M. Tavakkoli and J. Towbin and J. Wilkinson and A. Zabetian and Mohammad K. Ali and M. Alvardo and L. Baddour and E. Benjamin and I. Bolliger and E. Carnahan and S. Chugh and A. Cohen and K. Colson and L. Cooper and W. Couser and K. Dabhadkar and D. Dicker and H. Duber and R. Engell and D. Felson and M. Finucane and T. Fleming and M. Forouzanfar and G. Freedman and Michael K Freeman and R. Gillum and R. Gosselin and H. Gutierrez and Rasmus J Havmoeller and K. Jacobsen and S. James and Rashmi Jasrasaria and Sudha Jayarman and N. Johns and Q. Lan and M. Meltzer and G. Mensah and C. Michaud and C. Mock and T. Moffitt and R. Nelson and Casey Olives and Katrina F. Ortblad and B. Ostro and M. Raju and H. Razavi and B. Ritz and R. Sacco and K. Shibuya and D. Silberberg and J. Singh and K. Steenland and Jennifer A. Taylor and G. Thurston and M. Vavilala and T. Vos and G. Wagner and M. Weinstock and M. Weisskopf and S. Wulf},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2013},
  volume={310 6},
  pages={
          591-608
        }
}
IMPORTANCE Understanding the major health problems in the United States and how they are changing over time is critical for informing national health policy. OBJECTIVES To measure the burden of diseases, injuries, and leading risk factors in the United States from 1990 to 2010 and to compare these measurements with those of the 34 countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. DESIGN We used the systematic analysis of descriptive epidemiology of… Expand

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