The most promising studies suggest a relationship between low vitamin D intake and many diseases, but they have failed to show direct cause
It was the direct cause
of the two coups in 1966, the Nigerian-Biafra Civil War of 1967-1970, and the subsequent coups and counter-coups that have been the misery of Nigeria.
However, the hospital where Nisbet died did not report the death to Medtronic or the FDA because it did not consider the company's product to be the direct cause
of death, the paper said, quoting the hospital's spokesman.
After an 18-month investigation, the report described the Rumsfeld order as "a direct cause
for detainee abuse" at Guantanamo Bay, and concluded that it "influenced and contributed to the use of abusive techniques, including military working dogs, forced nudity, and stress positions," that began in Guantanamo, and spread to Afghanistan and Iraq.
There was contact with another player but we can't point to a direct cause
While repeated deployments and post-traumatic stress disorder certainly add stress to relationships, she said, it's unusual for them to be the direct cause
of a suicide.
explained the realities about secondhand smoke: "[W]e as medical examiners do not list ETS [environmental tobacco smoke] on death certificates since the present state of our knowledge and controversial aspects of ETS adverse health effects neither allow us to document ETS as a direct cause
of death nor to establish to a reasonable degree of medical certainty the role of ETS as a contributory cause of death.
If they smoke multiple times throughout a day, they may be constantly nibbling on sweets, leaving food lodged between teeth and gums, a fairly direct cause
of gum disease.
Whatever the direct cause
, the blast is just the latest indicator that the security situation in this country.
And while it's not a direct cause
of diabetes, metabolic syndrome is a strong predictor of the disease.
Although it couldn't be identified that the heads of hurdles were a direct cause
of deaths at the Festival, the RSPCA is confident that their removal will make it safer for horses at Cheltenham, as it is taking away an element that prevents an animal from moving forward, and is therefore potentially dangerous.
involvement in Iraq or if other events were the direct cause
of occupation (Langan, 2003).