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home:pathogenesis:vitamind:observational_bias [10.27.2018]
sallieq [People who supplement with vitamin D are demonstrably different]
home:pathogenesis:vitamind:observational_bias [12.19.2018]
sallieq [Press releases]
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   * 88% of professional mothers gave their sons and daughters vitamin D supplements as opposed to 74% of farmers'​ offspring.   * 88% of professional mothers gave their sons and daughters vitamin D supplements as opposed to 74% of farmers'​ offspring.
   * 87% of those with more than a basic education gave the supplement as opposed to 80% who had a basic or no education.   * 87% of those with more than a basic education gave the supplement as opposed to 80% who had a basic or no education.
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 +==== Unreliable research, Press releases ====
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 +<​blockquote>​A systematic approach using statistical techniques to assess randomization outcomes can evaluate data integrity, in this case suggesting these RCT results may be unreliable. (({{pubmed>​long:​27920281}}))</​blockquote>​
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 +<​blockquote>​Dietary supplements industry press releases issued in response to clinical research findings are characterized by '​spin'​ that hypes results that are favourable to supplement use and denigrates results that are not.(({{pubmed>​long:​24992571}}))
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