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Perceived risk, behavior changes and Health-related outcomes during COVID-19 pandemic: Findings among adults with and without diabetes in China
( Elsevier Ireland Ltd , 2020 , Article)
Aims: To examine perceived infection risk of COVID-19 and the health and related behavior changes among people with diabetes, compared with people without diabetes, and to examine factors associated with self-reported ...
COVID-19, Diabetes, and Associated Health Outcomes in China: Results from a Nationwide Survey of 10 545 Adults
( Thieme Gruppe , 2021 , Article)
This study examined the associations between diabetes and self-reported/familial COVID-19 infection and investigated health-related outcomes among those with diabetes during China's nationwide quarantine. The 2020 China ...
Income-related health inequality among Chinese adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence based on an online survey.
( BMC , 2021 , Article)
Partial- or full-lockdowns, among other interventions during the COVID-19 pandemic, may disproportionally affect people (their behaviors and health outcomes) with lower socioeconomic status (SES). This study examines ...
Temporal, geographical and demographic trends of stroke prevalence in China: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
( AME Publishin , 2020 , Article)
China has made large efforts to reduce stroke prevalence. We aimed to systematically examine the prevalence of stroke in China over the past two decades. Databases, including China National Knowledge Infrastructure, Wanfang, ...
Higher egg consumption associated with increased risk of diabetes in Chinese adults - China Health and Nutrition Survey.
( Cambridge University Press , 2020 , Article)
The association between egg consumption and diabetes is inconclusive. We aimed to examine the association between long-term egg consumption and its trajectory with diabetes in Chinese adults. A total of 8545 adults aged ...
Higher Dietary Se Intake Is Associated With the Risk of New-Onset Fracture: A National Longitudinal Study for 20 Years
( Frontiers Media , 2021 , Article)
Background: The association between dietary selenium (Se) intake and osteoporosis-related fractures remains inconsistent. We aimed to examine the dose relationship between Se intake and incident fracture among Chinese ...