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Use of secondary data to estimate instantaneous model parameters of diabetic heart disease: Lemonade Method

Wen Ye, Deanna J.M. Isaman, Jacob Barhak
2012 Information Fusion  
In addition, the method is demonstrated through application to a model of heart disease in diabetes.  ...  Typically, the models are developed by using secondary data analysis to find a single "best" study to estimate each transition in the model.  ...  Acknowledgments We wish to thank Dr. Michael Brandle for his effort invested in developing the clinical model which motivated this research and extracting the estimates from the medical literature.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.inffus.2010.08.003 pmid:22563307 pmcid:PMC3341173 fatcat:rl2uyht77jg5nigs4chlo75skq

Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences (AChemS XVIII)

1996 Chemical Senses  
Smith and Christiane Linster 1 Department of Entomology, 1735 Neil Ave., Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210-1220 and ^Department of Psychology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA  ...  with the method of magnitude estimation.  ...  to find a parameter set that best fits the experimental data.  ... 
doi:10.1093/chemse/21.5.573 fatcat:rge7q3jqfzbwlb6q43njqy5ezq

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2010 Journal of athletic training  
This 2003 NATA Hall of Fame inductee is a noted pioneer of terminal degrees in sports medicine, and his dedication to athletic training is making an impact on the profession's development even today.  ...  is a respected researcher, educator, mentor and friend of athletic training.  ...  Model adequacy was tested via model fit and the magnitude of parameter estimations. Cronbach's α values were also calculated.  ... 
doi:10.4085/1062-6050-45.3.s1 pmid:20586582 pmcid:PMC4623817 fatcat:wtmxloxbcncyzeq24gnmrxupym

A Study on the Health Status of Elderly Irular Tribal Women in Kancheepuram District

Mary Angeline Santhosam
2013 IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
A total of 30 elderly tribal were interviewed using a pre-tested Interview schedule. Around 66% of the women belonged to the age group of 60-69 years old.  ...  A majority of them had health problems such as hypertension followed by arthritis, diabetes, constipation etc.  ...  Method Pure descriptive method was deemed suitable for this study to gather the data.  ... 
doi:10.9790/0837-0720104 fatcat:42jzkzvnabfn5gjt3j5fpmpuqa

Bone strength accrual across adolescent growth and the influences of physical activity and sedentary time

Leigh Elizabeth Christine Gabel
2017
I found no associations between sedentary time and bone parameters. Second, I examined maturity- and sex-related adaptations of bone geometry and strength at the tibial shaft using pQCT.  ...  With recent advances in imaging technologies, we are acquiring a better understanding of the complex hierarchy of bone and how bone adapts its geometry, microarchitecture and ultimately, its strength to  ...  Comparisons of model estimates of bone parameters between boys and girls Tibia Discussion In this study, I use longitudinal data and mixed modeling approaches to demonstrate sex differences in bone  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0343985 fatcat:7vfi2znnmvbgdjf6papmzx5m4a

Derivation and validation of German risk scores predicting substantial gain in weight and waist circumference [article]

Ursula Bachlechner, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Heiner Boeing
2016
According to recent estimations for Germany, nearly 16.8 billion euros of annual health-care expenditures are attributed to consequences of overweight and obesity; whereby 82 % of direct costs are driven  ...  Derivation of the German risk scores was based on the data of over 31,000 participants from five German cohort studies; these comprised the two German cohorts of the European Prospective Investigation  ...  Excessive body fat accumulation is a well-established risk factor for non-communicable chronic health disorders such as cardiovascular diseases (e.g., heart disease and stroke), type-II-diabetes, degenerative  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-5537 fatcat:q5qqtts3qzgpriff3ayulpuga4

Research on Smoking Behavior

:None, Universitätsbibliothek Braunschweig
1977
heart disease.  ...  Over one million Americans are estimated to have quit smoking during the last seven years by using an organized method.  ...  Aversive or satiation methods can be helpful in decreasing the likelihood of smoking and, perhaps, substances such as nicotine chewing gum can be useful in weakening the craving and urge to smoke.  ... 
doi:10.24355/dbbs.084-200612110100-3 fatcat:7z2gug6e6bfn7efj5mlgr5bw2m

Exercise-nutrient interactions: Effects on substrate metabolism and performance

Jill Leckey
2017
When running at ~80% V̇ O2max for ~90 min there was a small but obligatory use of fat substrates, independent of CHO intake pre- and during exercise.  ...  FFA availability was suppressed via the administration of nicotinic acid, ingested prior to and during exercise.  ...  Disclosures All authors report no conflict of interest  ... 
doi:10.26199/5b878cafa6878 fatcat:4smsqfimxfcbjnrkjmp4yirdni