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Logistic regression analysis on dichotomized values of SRH (i.e. poor vs. good health) in each age group of men and women showed that increasing HDL-C values were associated with increasing odds for reporting good health; the odds ratio (OR) was highest in young men, and was generally lower in women than in men.

Sissel E. Tomten et al.

International Journal of Medical Sciences 4 (5), 20 Nov 2007

This investigation showed that subjects who had given themselves a poor health rating had a three times greater risk of dying in the next few years compared with those who had rated their health as excellent.

Sissel E. Tomten et al.

International Journal of Medical Sciences 4 (5), 20 Nov 2007

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Sissel E. Tomten et al.

International Journal of Medical Sciences 4 (5), 20 Nov 2007

From the previous case-control and cohort studies in Japan concerning fiber source foods and their preventive effect on colon and rectal cancer, three reports showed significant preventive effects in vegetables and fruits from a total of nine reports, and two out of five reports on rice showed a preventive effect.

Shigeyuki Nakaji et al.

BMC Cancer 1 (7), 29 Oct 2001

As for beans or seaweeds, one and two reports from respective totals of five and three showed significant preventive effects [ 13 ].

Shigeyuki Nakaji et al.

BMC Cancer 1 (7), 29 Oct 2001

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