A total of 371 employees from the Houston VA Medical Center fully answered questions to a cross-sectional survey
July 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Anacin(R) Headache Pain Survey, a recently completed cross-sectional survey
of 1,005 men and women, projects that companies are absorbing more than $500 million in lost productivity in just 30 days.
In a cross-sectional survey
of 401 adolescents aged 12-18 years, 68.
The patients completed a cross-sectional survey
on chronic pain, and all met addiction criteria similar to the DSM-IV criteria for dependence on multiadministrations of heroin for at least 1 year.
Results from a cross-sectional survey
of women reported in 2000 showed that women are highly tolerant of false-positive results from screening mammograms.
But the findings of a cross-sectional survey
of more than 1,300 war survivors in four areas of the former Yugoslavia suggest that a general fear-induced helplessness--rather than emotional responses to impunity specifically--is the most important mediating factor in PTSD and depression, said Metin Basoglu, M.
The cross-sectional survey
compiled by Miriam Cistemas, MA, and colleagues from MGC Data Services and the University of California-San Francisco, consisted of 401 adult asthma sufferers in the northern California area.
She noted that it was a cross-sectional survey
, so causation could not be assessed.
After two soldiers involved in culling became ill with Nipah encephalitis, we conducted a cross-sectional survey
of military personnel participating in culling activities in the outbreak-affected states of Malaysia (Negeri Sembilan and Selangor) to assess the prevalence of Nipah infection.
In a separate presentation, a cross-sectional survey
of a study population of children aged 3-18 years (mean 8.
At the time of the cross-sectional survey
, there were no reports of severe manifestations of illness and we believed that virus transmission was not ongoing.
In what he said is the largest study of its kind, he and his associates performed a cross-sectional survey
of 5,759 ninth graders in the Rhein-Neckar area in Germany between October 2005 and January 2006.