Tables and Figures

TABLE 1

 

Findings on Actual Causes of Death, 1990

 

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TABLE 2

 

Life-Years per $1 Million (1997 dollars)

 

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TABLE 3

 

Examples of “Attributable” Deaths

 

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FIGURE 1

 

The 10 Leading Causes of Death in the United States, 2002

 

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FIGURE 2

 

Admissions for Acute Myocardial Infarction During 6-Month Periods June–November Before, During, and After the Smoke-Free Ordinance

 

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FIGURE 3

 

Simulation: Prehypertension. Hospitalizations, Nursing Home Admissions, and Deaths Attributable to Prehypertension and Residual Hypertension

 

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FIGURE 4

 

Relative Risk of All-Cause Mortality by Alcohol Consumption, Age, and Cardiovascular Risk, CPS-II Men and Women Combined

 

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FIGURE 5

 

Body Mass Index and Probability of Death

 

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FIGURE 6

 

The Effect of Age on BMI Associated with Lowest Mortality Rate

 

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FIGURE 7

 

The Association between BMI and Mortality, BFMI and Mortality, and FFMI and Mortality, Adjusted for smoking (BFMI and FFMI Mutually Adjusted).

 

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FIGURE 8

 

QALY Calculation

 

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FIGURE 9

 

Attributable Disease Burden of 20 Risk Factors

 

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FIGURE 10

 

Deaths in AMR-A Region. The region includes Canada, US, and Cuba; US population; represents 85% of the region.

 

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FIGURE 11

 

Disease Burden in AMR-A Region. The region includes Canada, US, and Cuba; US population; represents 85% of the region

 

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