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Diabetes in HIV‐infected persons in Cameroon?

Grunfeld, Carl; Dankner, Rachel

Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews. Volume 32:Issue 6 (2016, September); pp 512-513 -- John Wiley & Sons

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Healthy Lifestyle Pattern is Protective Against 30-Yr Cancer Incidence in Men and Women: A Cohort Study

Orenstein, Liat; Chetrit, Angela; Dankner, Rachel

Nutrition and cancer. Volume 68:Issue 3 (2016); pp 410-419 -- Taylor and Francis

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The metabolic syndrome and its components are differentially associated with chronic diseases in a high‐risk population of 350 000 adults: A cross‐sectional study

Rayyan Assi, Hana'a; Ziv, Arnona; Dankner, Rachel

Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews. Volume 35:Issue 4 (2019); pp n/a-n/a -- John Wiley & Sons

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Healthy Lifestyle Pattern is Protective Against 30-Yr Cancer Incidence in Men and Women: A Cohort Study

Orenstein, Liat; Chetrit, Angela; Dankner, Rachel

Nutrition and cancer. Volume 68:Number 3 (2016); pp 410-419 -- Taylor and Francis

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The metabolic syndrome and its components are differentially associated with chronic diseases in a high‐risk population of 350 000 adults: A cross‐sectional study

Rayyan Assi, Hana'a

Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews. Volume 35:Number 4 (2019, May); pp n/a-n/a -- John Wiley & Sons

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Incidental abnormal ECG findings and long-term cardiovascular morbidity and all-cause mortality: A population based prospective study

Goldman, Adam

International journal of cardiology. Volume 295 (2019); pp 36-41 -- Elsevier

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Symptoms of depression and anxiety and 11-year all-cause mortality in men and women undergoing coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery

Geulayov, Galit et al.

Journal of psychosomatic research. Volume 105: (2018, February); pp 106-114

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Incidental abnormal ECG findings and long-term cardiovascular morbidity and all-cause mortality: A population based prospective study

Goldman, Adam et al.

International journal of cardiology. Volume 295: (2019, November 15th); pp 36-41 -- Elsevier

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Dysglycemia and long‐term mortality: observations from the Israel study of glucose intolerance, obesity and hypertension

Bergman, Michael et al.

Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews. Volume 31:Issue 4 (2015); pp 368-375 -- John Wiley & Sons

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Data for a population based cohort study on abnormal findings of electrocardiograms (ECG), recorded during follow-up periodic examinations, and their association with long-term cardiovascular morbidity and all-cause mortality

Goldman, Adam

Data in brief. Volume 26: (2019, October) -- Elsevier Inc

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