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Neuroepidemiology (2015) 44 (1): 51–63.
Published Online: 17 February 2015
...Young-Seok Kim; Sang Mi Kwak; Seung-Kwon Myung Background: Observational epidemiological studies such as cross-sectional, case-control, and cohort studies have reported inconsistent findings regarding the association between caffeine intake from coffee or tea and the risk of cognitive disorders...
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Neuroepidemiology (2006) 27 (4): 212–216.
Published Online: 13 December 2006
... smoking and coffee and alcohol consumption). The study groups consisted of 210 cases with clinically proven and/or laboratory-confirmed MS (Poser’s criteria) and an identical number of sex- and age-matched hospital controls. In the MS patients, cigarette smoking was significantly more frequent than...
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Neuroepidemiology (2003) 22 (5): 297–304.
Published Online: 08 August 2003
...P. Ragonese; G. Salemi; L. Morgante; P. Aridon; A. Epifanio; D. Buffa; F. Scoppa; G. Savettieri Objective: To investigate the association between cigarette smoking, alcohol drinking, coffee consumption and Parkinson’s disease (PD). Methods: We selected subjects affected by idiopathic PD...
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Neuroepidemiology (2001) 20 (2): 118–124.
Published Online: 09 May 2001
... and 2,320 controls were analyzed as potential PD risk factors. The risk of PD was significantly reduced among smokers, hypertensives, coffee drinkers and alcohol consumers, and significantly increased among those with 3 or more children and with a high intake of total vitamin A and dietary vitamin C...