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epidemiological

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to epidemiology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to epidemiology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or relating to epidemiology

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Examples

  • The U.S. was not a participating member of the 13-nation long-term epidemiological study.

    Cellphone cancer study inconclusive; researcher urges more study

  • Such tiny relative risks are generally considered meaningless, given the myriad pitfalls in epidemiological studies.

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  • Then results started coming in from long-term epidemiological studies.

    NOW, REDUCE YOUR RISK OF ALZHEIMER'S

  • After thoroughly testing my premise in other laboratories, scientists began looking at real people in what are called epidemiological studies.

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  • The Stewart Report 2004 asks that anecdotal evidence be taken seriously in the absence of long-term epidemiological studies, concerning illnesses around the area of mobile phone transmitters.

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  • "Clearly, long term epidemiological studies are needed to answer this question, but in the meantime, we are faced with the continued struggle of radiation risk versus benefit," she said.

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  • "Clearly, long term epidemiological studies are needed to answer this question, but in the meantime, we are faced with the continued struggle of radiation risk versus benefit," she added.

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  • He uses them because -- unlike smoking and cancer -- there are no long-term epidemiological studies that show steroids cause those diseases.

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  • Mark Mattson, a neuroscientist at the National Institutes of Aging, who was not involved in the study, says that it "adds to considerable evidence from animal and human studies that high calorie intake is not only bad for your heart, but it's bad for your brain." evidence for the benefits of a low-calorie diet in humans comes from long-term epidemiological studies, such as one on an aging population in Okinawa, Japan.

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  • This research is part of the Cincinnati Childhood Allergy and Air Pollution Study, a long-term epidemiological study examining the effects of traffic particulates on childhood respiratory health and allergy development.

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