Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Cigarette smoking on the association between body weight and mortality

In the study to calculate for two measures of obesity, the Metropolitan Relative Weight (MRW) and body mass index (BMI), the value at which minimum mortality occurs, found that Reanalysis of the Framingham Heart Study data does not support the hypothesis that there is an interaction between smoking and measures of obesity. Moreover, the estimated BMI or MRW at the minimum risk of death was similar for men and women smokers and nonsmokers alike even after deleting prevalent cases of CVD and deaths within the first four years of follow-up.(1)
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(1) "The influence of cigarette smoking on the association between body weight and mortality. The Framingham Heart Study revisited" by Sempos CT, Durazo-Arvizu R, McGee DL, Cooper RS, Prewitt TE.

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