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Do gastrointestinal complaints increase the risk for subsequent medically certified long-term sickness absence? The HUSK study
(BioMed Central, 2011-07-29)
Background: Gastrointestinal complaints are very common in the general population and very often co-occur with common mental disorders. We aimed to study the prospective impact of gastrointestinal complaints on long ...
Trial participant representativeness compared to ordinary service users in a work rehabilitation setting
Background: Study representativeness is a major concern for generalizations from trials. The extent of the problem varies with study design and context. There is a strong emphasis on developing interventions to help people ...
An investigation of factors identified at birth in relation to anxiety and depression in old age: the Hordaland Health Study (HUSK)
(BioMed Central, 2013-05-10)
Background: Although life course influences have long been recognised in affective disorder, little is known about the influence of early life factors on late life anxiety and depression. The aim was to investigate the ...
Population attributable fractions for Type 2 diabetes: an examination of multiple risk factors including symptoms of depression and anxiety
Background: Population attributable fractions (PAFs) are frequently used to quantify the proportion of Type 2 diabetes cases due to single risk factors, an approach which may result in an overestimation of their individual ...