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Lancet, The, ISSN 0140-6736, 2014, Volume 383, Issue 9918, pp. 714 - 721
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Lancet, The, ISSN 0140-6736, 2008, Volume 371, Issue 9622, pp. 1427 - 1434
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JACC (Journal of the American College of Cardiology), ISSN 0735-1097, 2017, Volume 69, Issue 9, pp. 1116 - 1125
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by Lacey, Ben and Lewington, Sarah and Clarke, Robert and Kong, Xiang Ling and Chen, Ge and Chen, Junshi and Chen, Xiaofang and Chen, Lingli and Chen, Jinyan and Chen, Ningyu and Chen, Yiping and Chen, Biyun and Chen, Naying and Chen, Zhengming and Guo, Yu and Yang, Ling and Yang, Jie and Yang, Liqiu and Yang, Xiaoming and Bennett, Derrick and Bragg, Fiona and Bian, Zheng and Wang, Shaojie and Wang, Yanjun and Wang, Jenny and Wang, Xiaohuan and Wang, Junzheng and Wang, Hongmei and Wang, Tao and Wang, Lin and Wang, Hao and Wang, Chunmei and Wang, Shanqing and Wang, Xiaoping and Zhang, Weiyuan and Zhang, Hao and Zhang, Yidan and Zhang, Xi and Zhang, Libo and Zhang, Shuo and Zhang, Xukui and Zhang, Ningmei and Zhang, Hua and Zhang, Ding and Zhang, Hui and Zhang, Jun and Walters, Robin and Walters, Robin G and Collins, Rory and Peto, Richard and Li, Yilei and Li, Yanjie and Li, Huimei and Li, Xianzhi and Li, Liming and Li, Mingqiang and Li, Jianguo and Lv, Silu and Lv, Jun and Lv, Qiannan and Avery, Daniel and Boxall, Ruth and Chang, Liang and Chang, Yumei and Du, Huaidong and Du, Ranran and Gilbert, Simon and Hacker, Alex and Holmes, Michael and Iona, Andri and Kartsonaki, Christiana and Kerosi, Rene and Kurmi, Om and Lancaster, Garry and Lin, Kuang and McDonnell, John and Millwood, Iona and Nie, Qunhua and Radhakrishnan, Jayakrishnan and Ryder, Paul and Sansome, Sam and Schmidt, Dan and Sherliker, Paul and Sohoni, Rajani and Stevens, Becky and Turnbull, Iain and Wright, Neil and Han, Xiao and Hou, Wei and Hou, Can and Pei, Pei and Qu, Shuzhen and Tan, Yunlong and Yu, Min and Yu, Canqing and Yu, Bo and Pang, Zengchang and Gao, Yulian and Gao, Ruqin and Liu, Yongmei and ... and China Kadoorie Biobank collaborative group
The Lancet Global Health, ISSN 2214-109X, 06/2018, Volume 6, Issue 6, pp. e641 - e649
The age-specific association between blood pressure and vascular disease has been studied mostly in high-income countries, and before the widespread use of... 
Blood Pressure | Age Distribution | Prospective Studies | Humans | Middle Aged | Cardiovascular Diseases - epidemiology | Adult | Chronic Disease - epidemiology | Female | Male | Aged | China - epidemiology
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by Chen, Jinyan and Chen, Ningyu and Chen, Yiping and Chen, Biyun and Chen, Naying and Chen, Zhengming and Chen, Ge and Chen, Junshi and Chen, Xiaofang and Chen, Lingli and Iona, Andri and Parish, Sarah and Guo, Yu and Bragg, Fiona and Yang, Ling and Yang, Jie and Yang, Liqiu and Yang, Xiaoming and Bian, Zheng and Holmes, Michael and Holmes, Michael V and Lewington, Sarah and Lacey, Ben and Gao, Yulian and Gao, Ruqin and Liu, Yongmei and Liu, Jiaqiu and Liu, Huilin and Liu, Yun and Liu, Fang and Liu, Jingchao and Zhang, Ningmei and Zhang, Hua and Zhang, Libo and Zhang, Hao and Zhang, Yidan and Zhang, Hui and Zhang, Ding and Zhang, Xi and Zhang, Jun and Zhang, Zengzhi and Zhang, Weiyuan and Zhang, Shuo and Zhang, Xukui and Walters, Robin G and Walters, Robin and Collins, Rory and Clarke, Robert and Peto, Richard and Li, Yilei and Li, Huimei and Li, Yanjie and Li, Mingqiang and Li, Liming and Li, Xianzhi and Li, Jianguo and Lv, Silu and Lv, Qiannan and Lv, Jun and Avery, Daniel and Bennett, Derrick and Boxall, Ruth and Chang, Liang and Chang, Yumei and Du, Huaidong and Du, Ranran and Gilbert, Simon and Hacker, Alex and Kartsonaki, Christiana and Kerosi, Rene and Kurmi, Om and Lancaster, Garry and Lin, Kuang and McDonnell, John and Millwood, Iona and Nie, Qunhua and Radhakrishnan, Jayakrishnan and Ryder, Paul and Sansome, Sam and Schmidt, Dan and Sherliker, Paul and Sohoni, Rajani and Stevens, Becky and Turnbull, Iain and Wang, Tao and Wang, Xiaoping and Wang, Hongmei and Wang, Shaojie and Wang, Lin and Wang, Hao and Wang, Chunmei and Wang, Yanjun and Wang, Jenny and Wang, Shanqing and Wang, Xiaohuan and Wang, Junzheng and Wright, Neil and Han, Xiao and Hou, Wei and Hou, Can and ... and China Kadoorie Biobank collaborative group
The Lancet Global Health, ISSN 2214-109X, 06/2018, Volume 6, Issue 6, pp. e630 - e640
China has high stroke rates despite the population being relatively lean. Uncertainty persists about the relevance of adiposity to risk of stroke types. We... 
Brain Ischemia - epidemiology | Prospective Studies | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Risk | China - epidemiology | Adiposity | Cerebral Hemorrhage - epidemiology | Adult | Female | Stroke - epidemiology | Aged
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by Ee, Carolyn and Thuraisingam, Sharmala and Pirotta, Marie and French, Simon and Xue, Charlie and Teede, Helena and Kristoffersen, Agnete E and Sirois, Fuschia and Stub, Trine and Engler, Jennifer and Joos, Stefanie and G?1 and Felenda, Jennifer and Beckmann, Christiane and Stintzing, Florian and Evans, Roni and Bronfort, Gert and Keefe, Daniel and Taberko, Anna and Hanson, Linda and Haley, Alex and Ma, Haiwei and Jolton, Joseph and Yarosh, Lana and Keefe, Francis and Nam, Jung and Ojala, Liwanag and Kreitzer, Mary J and Fink, Careen and Kraft, Karin and Flower, Andrew and Lewith, George and Harman, Kim and Stuart, Beth and Bishop, Felicity L and Frawley, Jane and F?1 and Kiss, Eva and Vancsik, Tamas and Krenacs, Tibor and Funabashi, Martha and Pohlman, Katherine A and Mior, Silvano and Thiel, Haymo and Hill, Michael D and Cassidy, David J and Westaway, Michael and Yager, Jerome and Hurwitz, Eric and Kawchuk, Gregory N and O'Beirne, Maeve and Vohra, Sunita and Gaboury, Isabelle and Morin, Chantal and Gaertner, Katharina and Torchetti, Loredana and Frei-Erb, Martin and Kundi, Michael and Frass, Michael and Gallo, Eugenia and Maggini, Valentina and Comite, Mattia and Sofi, Francesco and Baccetti, Sonia and Vannacci, Alfredo and Di Stefano, Mariella and Monechi, Maria V and Gori, Luigi and Rossi, Elio and Firenzuoli, Fabio and Mediati, Rocco D and Ballerini, Giovanna and Gardiner, Paula and Lestoquoy, Anna S and Negash, Lily and Stillman, Sarah and Shah, Prachi and Liebschutz, Jane and Adelstein, Pamela and Farrell-Riley, Christine and Brackup, Ivy and Penti, Brian and Saper, Robert and Sampedro, Isabel Giralt and Carvajal, Gilda and Gleiss, Andreas and Gross, Marie M and Brendlin, Dorothea and R?[paragraph]ttger, Jonas and Stritter, Wiebke and Seifert, Georg and Grzanna, Noelle and Stange, Rainer and Guendling, Peter W and Gu, Wen and Lu, Yan and Wang, Jie and Zhang, Chengcheng and Bai, Hua and He, Yuxi and ...
BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, ISSN 1472-6882, 06/2017, Volume 17, Issue Suppl 1, pp. 1 - 65
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by Ee, Carolyn and Thuraisingam, Sharmala and Pirotta, Marie and French, Simon and Xue, Charlie and Teede, Helena and Kristoffersen, Agnete E and Sirois, Fuschia and Stub, Trine and Engler, Jennifer and Joos, Stefanie and Güthlin, Corina and Felenda, Jennifer and Beckmann, Christiane and Stintzing, Florian and Evans, Roni and Bronfort, Gert and Keefe, Daniel and Taberko, Anna and Hanson, Linda and Haley, Alex and Ma, Haiwei and Jolton, Joseph and Yarosh, Lana and Keefe, Francis and Nam, Jung and Ojala, Liwanag and Kreitzer, Mary J and Fink, Careen and Kraft, Karin and Flower, Andrew and Lewith, George and Harman, Kim and Stuart, Beth and Bishop, Felicity L and Frawley, Jane and Füleki, Lilla and Kiss, Eva and Vancsik, Tamas and Krenacs, Tibor and Funabashi, Martha and Pohlman, Katherine A and Mior, Silvano and Thiel, Haymo and Hill, Michael D and Cassidy, David J and Westaway, Michael and Yager, Jerome and Hurwitz, Eric and Kawchuk, Gregory N and O’Beirne, Maeve and Vohra, Sunita and Gaboury, Isabelle and Morin, Chantal and Gaertner, Katharina and Torchetti, Loredana and Frei-Erb, Martin and Kundi, Michael and Frass, Michael and Gallo, Eugenia and Maggini, Valentina and Comite, Mattia and Sofi, Francesco and Baccetti, Sonia and Vannacci, Alfredo and Di Stefano, Mariella and Monechi, Maria V and Gori, Luigi and Rossi, Elio and Firenzuoli, Fabio and Mediati, Rocco D and Ballerini, Giovanna and Gardiner, Paula and Lestoquoy, Anna S and Negash, Lily and Stillman, Sarah and Shah, Prachi and Liebschutz, Jane and Adelstein, Pamela and Farrell-Riley, Christine and Brackup, Ivy and Penti, Brian and Saper, Robert and Sampedro, Isabel Giralt and Carvajal, Gilda and Gleiss, Andreas and Gross, Marie M and Brendlin, Dorothea and Röttger, Jonas and Stritter, Wiebke and Seifert, Georg and Grzanna, Noelle and Stange, Rainer and Guendling, Peter W and Gu, Wen and Lu, Yan and Wang, Jie and Zhang, Chengcheng and Bai, Hua and He, Yuxi and ...
BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, ISSN 1472-6882, 06/2017, Volume 17, Issue S1
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by Liu, Xin and Liu, Jiaqiu and Liu, Huilin and Liu, Yun and Liu, Jingchao and Liu, Yongmei and Bragg, Fiona and Yang, Xiaoming and Yang, Ling and Yang, Jie and Yang, Liqiu and Kartsonaki, Christiana and Guo, Yu and Du, Huaidong and Du, Ranran and Bian, Zheng and Chen, Ge and Chen, Junshi and Chen, Jinyan and Chen, Xiaofang and Chen, Lingli and Chen, Ningyu and Chen, Yiping and Chen, Zhengming and Chen, Biyun and Chen, Naying and Yu, Bo and Yu, Canqing and Yu, Min and Lv, Silu and Lv, Qiannan and Lv, Jun and Wang, Shaojie and Wang, Yanjun and Wang, Jenny and Wang, Xiaohuan and Wang, Junzheng and Wang, Hongmei and Wang, Tao and Wang, Lin and Wang, Hao and Wang, Chunmei and Wang, Shanqing and Wang, Kang and Wang, Xiaoping and Zhang, Weiyuan and Zhang, Hao and Zhang, Yidan and Zhang, Xi and Zhang, Libo and Zhang, Shuo and Zhang, Xukui and Zhang, Ningmei and Zhang, Hua and Zhang, Ding and Zhang, Hui and Zhang, Jun and Clarke, Robert and Collins, Rory and Peto, Richard and Li, Yilei and Li, Yanjie and Li, Huimei and Li, Xianzhi and Li, Liming and Li, Mingqiang and Li, Jianguo and Walters, Robin and Avery, Daniel and Bennett, Derrick and Boxall, Ruth and Chang, Liang and Chang, Yumei and Gilbert, Simon and Hacker, Alex and Holmes, Michael and Kerosi, Rene and Lancaster, Garry and Lin, Kuang and McDonnell, John and Millwood, Iona and Nie, Qunhua and Radhakrishnan, Jayakrishnan and Ryder, Paul and Sansome, Sam and Schmidt, Dan and Sohoni, Rajani and Stevens, Becky and Turnbull, Iain and Wright, Neil and Han, Xiao and Hou, Can and Hou, Wei and Pei, Pei and Qu, Shuzhen and Tan, Yunlong and Pang, Zengchang and Gao, Ruqin and Gao, Yulian and Zang, Yajing and ... and China Kadoorie Biobank Collaborative Group
The Lancet Public Health, ISSN 2468-2667, 04/2018, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp. e167 - e176
In developed countries, smoking is associated with increased risk of diabetes. Little is known about the association in China, where cigarette consumption has... 
Smoking - adverse effects | Prospective Studies | Humans | Middle Aged | Risk Factors | Male | China - epidemiology | Smoking Cessation - statistics & numerical data | Smoking - epidemiology | Diabetes Mellitus - epidemiology | Adult | Female | Aged
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BMC psychiatry, ISSN 1471-244X, 01/2018, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 9
Background: A tendency to selectively process a threat to positive information may be involved in the etiology of anxiety disorders. The aim of this study is... 
Salivary amylase | Attentional bias modification | Dot probe | Test anxiety | Behavioral training | eStroop | Anxiety vulnerability | DEPRESSION | METAANALYSIS | PSYCHIATRY | PERFORMANCE | SALIVARY ALPHA-AMYLASE | SOCIAL ANXIETY | THREAT | INDIVIDUALS | DISORDER | PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS | PLASTICITY | Psychological aspects | Attentional bias | Management | Health aspects
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