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- adj. Of or pertaining to epidemiology
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- adj. Connected with, or pertaining to, epidemiology.
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- adj. of or relating to epidemiology
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In addition, a review of 11 long-term epidemiologic studies published in the journal Mobile Phones and Brain Tumors, which also covers more than 100 sources of recent medical and scientific literature on this topic.
To do so, a company would have to market the product for many years and conduct long-term epidemiologic studies.
This dramatic shift in the illnesses that cause the majority of death and disability has been divided into 4 stages known as the epidemiologic transition.
You could take this as vindicating Pollan's view that industrial manipulation of food almost always makes it worse — except that this is just the kind of epidemiologic evidence his book disparages.
Both of the studies you linked are observational studies often called epidemiologic studies and as such they don’t prove anything.
Commercial applications for the system include tests developed for use in unregulated areas such as epidemiologic surveillance, biological research, environmental testing, and forensic research.
Started "(covering basic foundational issues such as epidemiologic methods), followed by
The epidemiologic concepts of “incidence” and “prevalence” may be relevant here.
Lastly, laboratory tests can support the epidemiologic and traceback findings.
First, an epidemiologic or public health investigation can identify a specific food such as sprouts eaten by people who became ill.