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Among people with asthma, the evidence is suggestive but is not sufficient to infer a causal relationship between secondhand smoke exposure and acute respiratory symptoms such as cough, wheeze, chest tightness, and difficulty breathing.
Is there a causal relationship between the tours and the organization's exempt purpose?
Jung and Marshall [1985] applied the Granger causality technique and tested the causal relationship between export growth and output growth for 35 developing countries with a data period of 195081.
More serious is the causal relationship the author persistently sees between evangelical Protestantism and morbid, suicidal states.
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine, Division of Rheumatology, Allergy, and Immunology at the University of California at San Diego School of Medicine, who with his colleagues discovered the CIAS1 gene and its causal relationship to CAPS.
The purpose of the contract is to undertake a quantitative empirical investigation of the causal relationship between different measures of labour market mobility/transitions of individuals and the incidence and trend of their skill mismatch.
This type of study is important for adding to evidence of a causal relationship," she said.
A recent study sought to determine the causal relationship between acetaminophen and liver toxicity.
Political and other social scientists, most from Germany or the US, consider the causal relationship between nationalism and regionalism in light of European integration, the circumstances under which that relationship might be linear, and the notion of Europe as the significant other.
Among people with asthma, the evidence is suggestive but not sufficient to infer a causal relationship between secondhand smoke exposure and acute respiratory symptoms such as cough, wheeze, chest tightness, and difficulty breathing.
According to the surgeon general's report, the evidence is sufficient to infer a causal relationship between secondhand smoke exposure from parental smoking and sudden infant death syndrome, as well as lower respiratory illnesses in infants and children.
No causal relationship between body weight and pregnancy risk has been shown, said Dr.
A causal relationship between gatifloxacin and these ADEs is supported by animal data (8), manufacturer safety cohort studies (5), in vitro assays (9), a large randomized trial (10), and >20 published case reports.
The researchers stress that their findings do not indicate a causal relationship between sexual problems after childbirth and postpartum depression.
SAN DIEGO -- A study of two middleaged women who developed tinnitus after starting bupropion as part of a smoking cessation program provides further evidence for a possible causal relationship between bupropion use and tinnitus, Dr.