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Comparison of risk-behaviors among young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) versus high school students. A cross-sectional study

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Stea, Tonje H.; Karin De Ridder; Haugland, Siri Håvås Source: Norsk Epidemiologi, Volume 28, Issue 1-2 (2019) Keywords: Adolescents high school LIFESTYLE NEET Health Topics:  Food consumption and ...

Contribution of chronic conditions to gender disparities in health expectancies in Belgium, 2001, 2004 and 2008

5.6; 2008: 5.3) was observed in our cross-sectional approach followed by a decrease in gender differences in DFLE (2001: 1.9; 2004: 1.3; 2008: 0.5) and increase in LED (2001: 4.0; 2004: 4.4; 2008: 4.8). ...

Contribution of chronic conditions to gender disparities in health expectancies in Belgium, 2001, 2004 and 2008

2004: 5.6; 2008: 5.3) was observed in our cross- sectional approach followed by a decrease in gender differences in DFLE (2001: 1.9; 2004: 1.3; 2008: 0.5) and increase in LED (2001: 4.0; 2004: 4.4; 2008: ...

Personal exposure to traffic-related air pollutants and relationships with respiratory symptoms and oxidative stress: A pilot cross-sectional study among urban green space workers.

Source: Sci Total Environ, Volume 649 (2019) Keywords: Air Pollutants Belgium benzene Cities cross-sectional studies environmental exposure Environmental Monitoring Humans Inflammation Oxidative Stress ...

Contribution of chronic diseases to educational disparity in disability in France: results from the cross-sectional “disability-health” survey

Abstract: Background This study aimed 1) to assess whether the contribution of chronic conditions to disability varies according to the educational attainment, 2) to disentangle the contributions of the ...

The seroprevalence of cytomegalovirus infection in Belgium anno 2002 and 2006: a comparative analysis with hepatitis A virus seroprevalence

two cross-sectional serological datasets from 2002 and 2006. The seroprevalence was estimated relying on diagnostic test results based on cut-off values pre-specified by the manufacturers of the tests ...

Utilization of gabapentin by people in treatment for substance use disorders in Belgium (2011-2014): a cross-sectional study.

bought gabapentin in a time span that could indicate consumption at a dose that exceeded the maximum approved dose of 3600 mg/day. Methods: This analysis is the result of an observational cross-sectional ...

Measuring disability: a systematic review of the validity and reliability of the Global Activity Limitations Indicator (GALI)

reliability studies, concurrent or predictive validity studies, in national or international populations. Results Four cross-sectional studies (of which 2 international) studied how GALI relates to other health ...

Prevalence of drug use during sex amongst MSM in Europe: Results from a multi-site bio-behavioural survey.

METHODS / DESIGN: A multi-site bio-behavioural cross-sectional survey was implemented in 13 European cities, targeting MSM and using Time-Location Sampling and Respondent-Driven Sampling methods ...

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