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Journal Scan / Research · October 13, 2022

Metabolic, Behavioural, and Psychosocial Risk Factors and CVD in Women Compared With Men in High-Income, Middle-Income, and Low-Income Countries

The Lancet

 

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The Lancet
Metabolic, behavioural, and psychosocial risk factors and cardiovascular disease in women compared with men in 21 high-income, middle-income, and low-income countries: an analysis of the PURE study
Lancet 2022 Sep 10;400(10355)811-821, M Walli-Attaei, A Rosengren, S Rangarajan, Y Breet, S Abdul-Razak, WA Sharief, KF Alhabib, A Avezum, J Chifamba, R Diaz, R Gupta, B Hu, R Iqbal, R Ismail, R Kelishadi, R Khatib, X Lang, S Li, P Lopez-Jaramillo, V Mohan, A Oguz, LM Palileo-Villanueva, K Poltyn-Zaradna, SP R, LVM Pinnaka, P Serón, K Teo, ST Verghese, A Wielgosz, K Yeates, R Yusuf, SS Anand, S Yusuf,

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