finding that Hispanic and Latino Americans tend to have health outcomes that paradoxically are comparable to, or in some cases better than, those of
general. French paradox the relationship between heart disease and dietary saturated fat among French people Hispanic paradox List of paradoxes Low birth weight
The male - female health - survival paradox also known as the morbidity - mortality paradox or gender paradox is the phenomenon in which women experience more
France Israeli paradox List of paradoxes Mediterranean diet Mexican paradox Saturated fat and cardiovascular disease Stroke Belt Health effects of wine
This is a list of paradoxes grouped thematically. The grouping is approximate, as paradoxes may fit into more than one category. This list collects only
babies, having a smoking mother might be beneficial to one s health However the paradox can be explained statistically by uncovering a lurking variable
Abdulla K. 2007 CARDIOVASCULAR AND SURVIVAL PARADOXES IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS: Obesity - Survival Paradox - Still a Controversy? Seminars in Dialysis. 20
The glucose paradox was the observation that the large amount of glycogen in the liver was not explained by the small amount of glucose absorbed. The
supply and consumption in Australia: is there an Australian Paradox BMC Public Health 13: 668. doi: 10.1186 1471 - 2458 - 13 - 668. PMC 3726354. PMID 23866719
The immigrant paradox is that recent immigrants often outperform more established immigrants and non - immigrants on a number of health - education - and
Peto s paradox is the observation, named after Richard Peto, that at the species level, the incidence of cancer does not appear to correlate with the
lead to the reverse outcome. The most famous of these paradoxes is known as the French paradox France enjoys a relatively low incidence of CHD despite
Hispanic paradox refers to an epidemiological paradox in which Hispanic and Latino Americans have a lower all - cause mortality and experience better health than
status paradox can be one of several paradoxes involving status in the meaning of either medical state or social status. This type of status paradox describes
The Mossman - Pacey paradox is an evolutionary irony in which certain actions often taken by men to improve their sexual attractiveness end up lowering
septal defect or significant aortic regurgitation is also present. List of paradoxes Precordial exam Pulsus alternans Khasnis, A. Lokhandwala, Y. January March
Diaphragmatic paradox or paradoxical diaphragm phenomenon is an abnormal medical sign observed during respiration, in which the diaphragm moves opposite
and consumption of health and healthcare. In broad terms, health economists study the functioning of healthcare systems and health - affecting behaviors
Adam 2003 A quantitative and qualitative test of the Allais paradox using health outcomes Journal of Economic Psychology. 24 1 35 48. doi: 10
Understanding Public Health Open University Press. OCLC 182531015. Birn, A. E. Solorzano, A. 1999 Public health policy paradoxes Science and politics
human health and the health of nature has been termed the health paradox and it illuminates how human values drive perceptions of ecosystem health Human
Jones, Spencer S. et al. 2012 Unraveling the IT Productivity Paradox - Lessons for Health Care New England Journal of Medicine. 366 24 2243 2245. doi: 10
touted for its environmental and health benefits, as it avoids the use of chemical pesticides. List of paradoxes Paradox of enrichment: Increasing the food
Health equity synonymous with health disparity refers to the study and causes of differences in the quality of health and healthcare across different
The health effects of wine are mainly determined by its active ingredient alcohol. Some studies found that, when comparing people who consume alcohol
Men s health refers to a state of complete physical, mental, and social well - being, as experienced by men, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity
prevention paradox is a problem encountered when governments or organisations attempt to introduce a large scale intervention to improve health Real - time
the friendship paradox in monitoring the infection in a social network. They found that using the friendship paradox to analyze the health of central friends
Australia has a highly developed health care structure, though because of its vast size, services are not evenly distributed. Health care is delivered in Australia
Immigrant health care in the United States refers to the collective systems in the United States that deliver health care services to immigrants. The term
The Australian Paradox is a term coined in 2011 to describe what its proponents say are diverging trends in sugar consumption and obesity rates in Australia....
The French paradox is a catchphrase first used in the late 1980s, that summarizes the apparently paradoxical epidemiological observation that French people h...
The glucose paradox was the observation that the large amount of glycogen in the liver was not explained by the small amount of glucose absorbed. The explana...
The Hispanic paradox, or Latino paradox, also known as the "epidemiologic paradox," refers to the epidemiological finding that Hispanic and Latino Americans ...
The immigrant paradox is that recent immigrants often outperform more established immigrants and non-immigrants on a number of health-, education-, and condu...
The Israeli paradox is a catchphrase, first used in 1996, to summarize the apparently paradoxical epidemiological observation that Israeli Jews have a relati...
The low birth-weight paradox is an apparently paradoxical observation relating to the birth weights and mortality rate of children born to tobacco smoking mo...
The Mexican paradox is the observation that Mexican people exhibit a surprisingly low incidence of low birth weight, contrary to what would be expected from ...
The Mossman-Pacey paradox is an evolutionary irony in which certain actions often taken by men to improve their sexual attractiveness end up lowering their f...
The obesity paradox is a medical hypothesis which holds that obesity may, counterintuitively, be protective and associated with greater survival in certain g...
Petos paradox is the observation, named after English statistician and epidemiologist Richard Peto, that at the species level, the incidence of cancer does n...
Pulsus paradoxus, also paradoxic pulse or paradoxical pulse, is an abnormally large decrease in stroke volume, systolic blood pressure and pulse wave amplitu...