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  1. epidemiologicadjective


  2. epidemiologicadjective

    Of or pertaining to epidemiology


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  1. epidemiologic, epidemiologicaladjective

    of or relating to epidemiology

    "epidemiological studies"


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  1. List of paraphrases for "epidemiologic":

    epidemiological, epidemiology, epizootiological

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  1. John Richie:

    For decades it has been understood that diets restricting sulfur amino acids were beneficial for longevity in animals, this study provides the first epidemiologic evidence that excessive dietary intake of sulfur amino acids may be related to chronic disease outcomes in humans.

  2. The CDC:

    Epidemiologic evidence and early product distribution information indicate that whole, fresh papayas imported from Mexico and sold in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island are a likely source of this outbreak.

  3. The CDC Schuchat:

    Scientists are increasingly confident that Zika is causing microcephaly, but people may have different judgments about how much proof is enough, the epidemiologic studies ongoing here in Brazil and some being initiated in Colombia should help cement the link.

  4. Debra Chew:

    Risks of contracting disease is based on epidemiologic exposure -- and therefore exposure to persons infected with the Wuhan Coronavirus, and those ill with respiratory symptoms who have traveled to Wuhan or neighboring cities, this may expand with more cases and global travel.

  5. Michael Ryan:

    The challenge is this case has no apparent epidemiologic links to other cases or no recent travel outside or visitors from outside, we obviously need to ensure that we haven't had another spillover from the forest or from a zoonotic or animal source. That is currently under investigation and there is further testing going on and genetic sequencing.

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