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1 I, 2. 2 | often a very important risk **factor** for the transmission of
2 I, 2. 5 | work is a well-documented **factor** that contributes to work-related
3 I, 2. 6 | Education is another important **factor** to preserve and promote
4 I, 3. 1 | there is also a demographic **factor** i.e. the rise in the mean
5 I, 3. 2 | important population growth **factor**. Immigration is currently
6 II, 5. 1. 1| the most important risk **factor** for CVD. A too rich diet (
7 II, 5. 1. 1| awareness of tobacco as a risk **factor** promoting lung cancer is
8 II, 5. 1. 1| Cervical cancer: the main risk **factor** is the infection by some
9 II, 5. 1. 1| age is the strongest risk **factor** for prostate cancer: development
** 10** II, 5. 1. 1| Diabetes~ The major risk **factor** for Type 2 diabetes is excess
11 II, 5. 1. 1| and digestion; genetic **factor**.~ ~· Autism~Controversy
12 II, 5. 1. 1| smoking is a major risk **factor** for COPD.A study by Lundback (
13 II, 5. 2. 2| the most important risk **factor** for CVD.~Last available
14 II, 5. 2. 4| Age is the most important **factor**, followed by hypertension,
15 II, 5. 2. 4| criteria adopted for risk **factor** definition (hypertension
16 II, 5. 2. 5| major reductions in CVD risk **factor** levels, morbidity and mortality
17 II, 5. 2. 6| as a cardiovascular risk **factor**: prevention and treatment.
18 II, 5. 2. 6| screenees of the Multiple Risk **Factor** Intervention Trial (MRFIT).
19 II, 5. 2. 7| Treatments and Population Risk **Factor** Changes in England and Wales,
** 20** II, 5. 3. 4| awareness of tobacco as a risk **factor** promoting lung cancer is
21 II, 5. 3. 4| Cervical cancer: the main risk **factor** is the infection by some
22 II, 5. 3. 4| age is the strongest risk **factor** for prostate cancer: development
23 II, 5. 4. 1| a well known major risk **factor** for blood vessel changes.
24 II, 5. 4. 3| EUCID databases this risk **factor** was found in crude percentages
25 II, 5. 4. 3| EUCID databases this risk **factor** was found across 11 countries
26 II, 5. 4. 4| the most important risk **factor** for prevention, i.e. body
27 II, 5. 4. 5| factors~ ~The major risk **factor** for Type 2 diabetes is excess
28 II, 5. 4. 6| approaches to this important risk **factor**. For high blood pressure
29 II, 5. 4. 6| mortality, morbidity and risk **factor** data across Member States;~·
** 30** II, 5. 5.Int| was not a significant risk **factor** in men.~ ~Schizophrenia
31 II, 5. 5. 1| already in 2001 as a risk **factor** for suicide.~ ~A special
32 II, 5. 5. 3| and digestion; genetic **factor**.~ ~As a result, ill people
33 II, 5. 5. 3| a Drive for Thinness: A **Factor** in the biospychosocial Model
34 II, 5. 5. 3| schizophrenia was elevated by a **factor** of 2.5 (median value). Suicide
35 II, 5. 5. 3| represents an important risk **factor** to develop the metabolic
36 II, 5. 5. 3| Non-compliance~Another key **factor** responsible for a treatment
37 II, 5. 5. 3| therapeutic state of the art, this **factor** is not taken into account.~
38 II, 5. 5. 3| recognized etiological or risk **factor** (idiopathic and cryptogenic
39 II, 5. 5. 3| is therefore a relevant **factor** underlying the differences
** 40** II, 5. 5. 3| The most influential risk **factor** for MS is hypothesised to
41 II, 5. 6. 3| Obesity (BMI) is a risk **factor** for the development of OA
42 II, 5. 6. 3| contraceptive pill, or some other **factor** associated with its use,
43 II, 5. 6. 3| presence of rheumatoid **factor**, more tender and / or swollen
44 II, 5. 6. 3| presence of rheumatoid **factor** and more tender and/or swollen
45 II, 5. 6. 3| an important contributory **factor** in hip fractures and a determinant
46 II, 5. 6. 3| dissatisfaction. Obesity is a risk **factor** for chronicity.~ ~Psychosocial
47 II, 5. 6. 6| arthritis and rheumatoid **factor** in women: evidence for a
48 II, 5. 7. 1| emerging that CKD is a risk **factor** for death and other clinical
49 II, 5. 7. 4| van Dijk, 2007). Another **factor** that must be considered
** 50** II, 5. 7. 7| Kidney disease as a risk **factor** for development of cardiovascular
51 II, 5. 8. 3| smoking is a well-known risk **factor** for both COPD and CVD, CVD
52 II, 5. 8. 7| Pulmonary Disease (COPD) a Risk **Factor** for Cardiovascular Events?
53 II, 5. 9. 3| represent a major and increasing **factor** in public health costs.
54 II, 5. 9. 4| an unlikely contributory **factor**. The disappearance of the
55 II, 5. 11. 3| group may be an important **factor** for the expression of atopic
56 II, 5. 14. 3| perhaps not their only risk **factor** - remain on dental health
57 II, 6. 3. 2| Risk factors~ ~A key **factor** in the development of AMR
58 II, 7. 1 | costs of intervention by a **factor** of several times.~ ~Traditionally
59 II, 7. 3. 5| effect and no one single **factor** has been found to be a sufficient
** 60** II, 7. 4. 2| population will increase by a **factor** of two between 2005 and
61 II, 7. 4. 7| Commission, 2006).~ ~No single **factor** explains why some individuals
62 II, 7. 5 | costs of interventions by a **factor** of several times. Nevertheless,
63 II, 7. 5 | the risk in another by a **factor** up to four.~ ~A particular
64 II, 8. 2. 1| disability was a significant risk **factor** for poorer general health.
65 II, 9 | period is an established risk **factor** for neural tube defects (
66 II, 9 | Older maternal age is a risk **factor** for chromosomal anomalies
67 II, 9 | their most important risk **factor**) than to hypercholesterolemia,
68 II, 9 | identified as an important risk **factor** (WHO/HEN, 2004).~ ~References
69 II, 9. 1. 2| period is an established risk **factor** for neural tube defects (
** 70** II, 9. 1. 2| Older maternal age is a risk **factor** for chromosomal anomalies
71 II, 9. 1. 2| diagnostic detail and core risk **factor** information e) full information
72 II, 9. 1. 2| Prepregnancy obesity as a risk **factor** for structural birth defects.
73 II, 9. 2. 3| to be an important causal **factor** in eating disorders. Weight
74 II, 9. 3. 1| the most prevalent risk **factor** as peripheral vascular disease
75 II, 9. 3. 1| Strategy lists gender as one **factor** to be taken into consideration
76 II, 9. 3. 1| menopause is a major risk **factor** for incontinence, especially
77 II, 9. 3. 1| their most important risk **factor**) than to hypercholesterolemia,
78 II, 9. 3. 3| most important global risk **factor** for health and has included “
79 II, 9. 4. 3| identified as an important risk **factor** (WHO/HEN, 2004).~ ~Figure
** 80** II, 9. 4. 3| was not a significant risk **factor** in men (see chapter on dementia
81 II, 9. 4. 4| identified as an important risk **factor** (WHO/HEN, 2004).~ ~References
82 II, 9. 5. 3| grouping is a significant **factor** in the causes of mortality
83 II, 9. 5. 3| grouping is a significant **factor** in the causes of mortality
84 III, 10. 1. 1| use as behavioural risk **factor** is the product of the complex
85 III, 10. 1. 3| health and psychosocial risk **factor**. Anstie’s limit revisited.
86 III, 10. 2. 1| 1, tobacco use is a risk **factor** for six of the eight leading
87 III, 10. 2. 1| 1.1.1. Tobacco as a risk **factor** for several world leading
88 III, 10. 2. 1| Poor wound healing~- Risk **factor** for diabetes and aggravation
89 III, 10. 2. 1| Tobacco is a leading risk **factor** for disease burden in developed
** 90** III, 10. 2. 1| have one preventable risk **factor** related to lifestyle in
91 III, 10. 2. 1| has been a significant **factor** in the further advancement
92 III, 10. 2. 1| disease, injury and risk **factor** quantification: developing
93 III, 10. 2. 1| drinking is a major risk **factor** for suicide and suicidal
94 III, 10. 2. 1| third most important risk **factor** after tobacco and high blood
95 III, 10. 2. 1| et al, 2005).~ ~A major **factor** in preventing caries may
96 III, 10. 2. 1| preventing disease, while risk **factor** assessment may measure the
97 III, 10. 2. 1| prevention. The term ‘risk **factor**’ does have a negative connotation,
98 III, 10. 2. 1| a major independent risk **factor** for chronic non-communicable
99 III, 10. 2. 1| assembles chronic disease risk **factor** data collected from WHO
**100** III, 10. 2. 1| following factors: risk **factor** definitions; a standard
101 III, 10. 2. 1| production of the intrinsic **factor** in the stomach that is needed
102 III, 10. 2. 4| being in individuals a risk **factor** and a protective factor
103 III, 10. 2. 4| factor and a protective **factor** at the same time (e.g.,
104 III, 10. 2. 4| modifier and triggering **factor** (e.g., epigenomic effects
105 III, 10. 2. 4| polymorphism of tumour necrosis **factor** alpha-308 gene promoter
106 III, 10. 2. 4| the G-308A tumor necrosis **factor** alpha gene variant and phenotypes
107 III, 10. 2. 5| problems.~ ~A complicating **factor** when assessing impact of
108 III, 10. 3. 1| probably the environmental **factor** that affects the largest
109 III, 10. 3. 1| clearly the environmental risk **factor** with the highest proven
**110** III, 10. 3. 1| been indicated as a risk **factor** for leukaemia in one study,
111 III, 10. 3. 1| solarium”) is also a risk **factor**.~Melanoma is more frequent
112 III, 10. 3. 2| industry may contain up to a **factor** of four times more active
113 III, 10. 3. 2| vulnerability”~ ~A complicating **factor** when assessing the impact
114 III, 10. 3. 2| islands where higher by **factor** 2-3. (Kalanzki, 2003; Fangstrom,
115 III, 10. 4. 1| pollution is the environmental **factor** with the greatest impact
116 III, 10. 4. 1| factors. Another important **factor** is genetic predisposition.~ ~
117 III, 10. 4. 2| Animal health is an important **factor** in food safety because some
118 III, 10. 4. 2| consumer. This is a principal **factor** used by the Member States
119 III, 10. 4. 5| at the latest.~ ~One such **factor** is toxic algae are among
**120** III, 10. 5. 1| have been identified as a **factor** in the origin and exacerbation
121 III, 10. 5. 1| of the residents is a key **factor** for most of the common health
122 III, 10. 5. 1| modal split as the decisive **factor** for physical activity.~ ~
123 III, 10. 5. 2| urban areas may be a causal **factor** (Paykel et al., 2000). In
124 III, 10. 5. 2| of services as a causal **factor** for increased morbidity
125 III, 10. 5. 3| authorities as being caused by a **factor** at work. Since the recognition
126 III, 10. 5. 3| specific outcome – risk **factor** associations, it is common
127 III, 10. 5. 3| work is a well-documented **factor** that contributes to work-related
128 III, 10. 6. 2| their policies. The key **factor** enabling such a development
129 III, 10. 6. 3| conditions in society. No single **factor** explains why some individuals
**130** IV, 11. 1. 3| individual or patient is another **factor** requiring consideration.
131 IV, 11. 3. 1| regards to the latter, a key **factor** influencing physician density
132 IV, 11. 6. 4| the outcome (that is, “a **factor** that modifies the effect
133 IV, 11. 6. 4| absence, or presence, of this **factor**” (Rothman and Greenland,
134 IV, 12. 2 | major reductions in CVD risk **factor** levels, morbidity and mortality
135 IV, 12. 2 | infection (HPV), which is a risk **factor** for cervical cancer.~For
136 IV, 12. 2 | has been a significant **factor** in the further advancement
137 IV, 13. 2. 1| disease, by using a weighting **factor** expressing the disability
138 IV, 13. 2. 1| disease has a weighting **factor** of 0.5, this means that
139 IV, 13. 2. 1| be explained by that risk **factor** (or attributed to the risk
**140** IV, 13. 2. 1| or attributed to the risk **factor**). DALYs lost due to a particular
141 IV, 13. 2. 1| particular cause (disease or risk **factor**) can also be understood
142 IV, 13. 2. 3| Energy balance is the dietary **factor** which accounts for the development
143 IV, 13. 5 | cases. The primary risk **factor** for dementia is age, with
144 IV, 13. 5 | itself is not the causal **factor** of health care spending (