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Seven Countries Study


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Seven Countries Study

Arginine intake and 25-year CHD mortality: the Seven Countries Study

On the waves of the Seven Countries Study; a public health perspective on cholesterol

Alcohol and survival in the Italian rural cohorts of the Seven Countries Study

Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease: Diet, Lifestyle and Risk Factors in the Seven Countries Study. Kromhout D, Menotti A, Blackburn H (eds). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002, pp. 267, £90.00. ISBN: 1-4020-7123-X.

An exploratory study of the cost-effectiveness of orthodontic care in seven European countries

Application of patient safety indicators internationally: a pilot study among seven countries

Blood pressure and long-term coronary heart disease mortality in the Seven Countries Study: implications for clinical practice and public health

Prevalence of the seven cardiovascular health metrics in a Mediterranean country: results from a cross-sectional study

Saturated fat, vitamin C and smoking predict long-term population all-cause mortality rates in the Seven Countries Study

Poliovirus Excretion Among Persons With Primary Immune Deficiency Disorders: Summary of a Seven-Country Study Series

New vaccine adoption: qualitative study of national decision-making processes in seven low- and middle-income countries

Deepening our understanding of quality improvement in Europe (DUQuE): overview of a study of hospital quality management in seven countries

Self-rated health, physician-rated health and associated factors among elderly men: the Finnish cohorts of the Seven Countries Study

528 The relation of trends in IHD and stroke mortality with infant mortality rate. A time series study among cohorts born between 1860 and 1939 in seven European countries

Continuous decline in mortality from coronary heart disease in Japan despite a continuous and marked rise in total cholesterol: Japanese experience after the Seven Countries Study

Carlos Dávila and Rory Miller, editors. Business History in Latin America: The Experience of Seven Countries. Translated by Garry Mills and Rory Miller. (Liverpool Latin American Studies, number 1.) Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 1999. Pp. xiv, 241. £11.95

 

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An epidemiological and dietary investigation of factors associated with the morbidity and mortality attributable to heart disease in the United States, Netherlands, Italy, Greece, Finland, Yugoslavia, and Japan, conducted by a team based at the University of Minnesota, led by the American nutritional physiologist Ancel Keys (1904–2004), whose own longevity supports his belief in the important role of nutrition in maintaining good health.

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