Age Trend

Age Trend

An age-specific change in the incidence of a particular condition in a population, usually referring to the age of onset of a particular disease (e.g., hypertension or cataracts).
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And removing the age trend, our likely winner still needs to fit these criteria:
We need to buck this Ice Age trend once and for all and to reinforce the urgent need for governments to protect both big cat species and their prey.
This age trend for the Friends' informer appeared similarly in the single stimuli presentation.
He allegedly arrived at the Sobers' business and home, New Age Trend Setters panyard (a steel drum theatre), demanding Deshon resume their relationship, before threatening to kill her and leaving.
Shifting Age Trend Though 25-39-year-olds still buy the most tickets, 18-24-year-olds and 40-49-year-olds are growing their share of tickets sold.
shares a guide to the new age trend of healthcare on the web.
We observed a reduction of approximately 35% in the median Sal-T values in men >50 years of age compared to men [less than or equal to] 30 years of age, with a negative age trend with the following linear regression equation: y = -2.
Verdict Only on age grounds can you oppose Big Buck's and it would take a brave man to do that, especially as the eight-year-old has already bucked the age trend at Cheltenham.
The Shift Age Trend Report by David Houle is a semi-annual briefing on the social, economic, cultural, scientific, and technological trends that are shaping our world.
in the pre-mining period, were de-trended to eliminate the biological age trend and to enhance the climatic signal.
However, the age trend in prevalence of supplement use differed according to the duration of the time period reported (Table 1).
And media ethicists say the echo chamber that fed the fallacy points to a disturbing Internet age trend of journalism by cut-and-paste.
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