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difficile was isolated from a fecal sample collected in the summer of 2004 as part of a cross-sectional study evaluating pathogen carriage by visitation dogs (3).
1) In an international cross-sectional study of individuals with genital herpes who were in monogamous, heterosexual relationships, only about half knew that the infection could be transmitted between outbreaks.
A cross-sectional study of children in West Kalimantan, Indonesia, was conducted to examine the relationship between malnutrition history, child IQ, school attendance, socioeconomic status, parental education and parental IQ.
6) Jeffrey Johnson and Ellen Hall, "Job Strain, Workplace Social Support, and Cardiovascular Disease: A Cross-Sectional Study of a Random Sample of the Swedish Working Population," American Journal of Public Health 78, no.
This cross-sectional study considered what differences are evident in the oral fairy tales that children tell at different ages.
369, 2000), are based on a cross-sectional study that looked at 114 HIV-infected individuals who did not have AIDS-related pulmonary complications.
To find out how the condom stacks up against the diaphragm and the sponge, Rosenberg and his colleagues designed a cross-sectional study of 4,162 women who visited a Denver STD clinic betwen Jan.
This robust, cross-sectional study set out to confirm a previously reported association -- yet the data showed that there was no such association.
Tenders are invited for Services in Organizing And Carrying Out a Cross-Sectional Study "Monitoring Of Behavior and HIV Infection Among Clients Of Female Commercial Sex Workers As Surveillance Component Of The Second Generation "
We conducted a cross-sectional study to determine the prevalence of dizziness and its sociodemographic, lifestyle, and clinical correlates in 1,299 subjects--551 men (42.
In a cross-sectional study of adults from the neuro-imagining sub-study of the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging with an average age of 76, the researchers examined the association between self-reported sleep variables and beta-Amyloid deposition.
In a cross-sectional study, 216 women were selected through systematic random sampling from 10 health care centres in Iran in 2011.