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The purpose of our JC is to continually improve our ability to analyze and interpret research, and share this with the community.
Studying Studies: Part II – observational epidemiology
The cornerstone of public health policy.
A big predictor of heart disease risk that most doctors don’t screen for
The most interesting article I read this week was this paper on the NHLBI’s recommendations to reduce Lp(a)-mediated risk of cardiovascular disease.
Studying Studies: Part I – relative risk vs. absolute risk
Reporting relative risk values alone can be inappropriate and misleading for the individual and the public.
How you move defines how you live, Part II
In the summer of 2009 I was preparing for a swim that nobody had ever done before.
How you move defines how you live
My clinical interest is longevity, which is a function of lifespan and healthspan; In math parlance, longevity = f (lifespan, healthspan).
Success versus Failure: A stark juxtaposition
What does winning, and losing, look like when confronting public health issues?
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