Public Health and the Risk Factor A History of an Uneven Medical Revolution
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: University of Rochester Press
Publication date: 5/2/2008
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|List of Tables|
|The Invention of the Risk Factor|
|The Origins of Probability and Statistics|
|Censuses and Vital Statistics|
|Statistical Analyses of Medical and Social Data|
|Life Insurance and the Risk Factor|
|Health Education for Healthy Lifestyles|
|Cultural And Environmental Influences On Urban Mortality Rates|
|The Germ Theory and Health Education in Diphtheria and Tuberculosis Control|
|Health Education and Infant Mortality in New York City|
|The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Health Education Programs|
|The Coronary Heart Disease Epidemic|
|Early Twentieth-Century Mortality Trends and Rheumatic Heart Disease|
|The Early Years of the Coronary Heart Disease Epidemic|
|Rick Factors and Coronary Heart Disease|
|Causes, Correlations, and the Etiology of Disease|
|Cigarette Smoking and Statistical Correlations|
|Blood Pressure and the Benefits of Treatment|
|The Framingham Heart Study and the Risk Factor|
|Theories of the Causes of Coronary Heart Disease|
|The Diet-Heart Hypothesis|
|Dietary Recommendations and Guidelines|
|The Secular Decline in the Coronary Heart Disease Epidemic|