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ˈɪn sɪ dənsin·ci·dence

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  1. incidence

    impingement, impact, stroke

    reflection, resilience, rebound

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  1. incidence, relative incidencenoun

    the relative frequency of occurrence of something

    relative incidence

  2. incidencenoun

    the striking of a light beam on a surface

    "he measured the angle of incidence of the reflected light"

    relative incidence

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  1. Mohamed Elshazly:

    Because disasters and conflicts lead to an increased incidence of mental health disorders, and because they expose the weak mental health systems in these countries, we get what we call a 'policy window', people tend to listen more when you talk about mental health during disasters and conflicts.

  2. George Savva:

    Previous studies had really only said that anticholinergics were associated with dementia incidence, but we broke it down by class, which is where our study really has its novelty and power.

  3. Jim Mann:

    Our findings provide convincing evidence for nutrition guidelines to focus on increasing dietary fiber and on replacing refined grains with whole grains. This reduces incidence risk and mortality from a broad range of important diseases.

  4. Rebecca Siegel:

    Much of the decline in incidence in older aged adults is because of increased screening, but the cause for rising incidence in younger age groups is still unknown, the obesity epidemic is probably contributing, but doesn't seem to be the sole cause.

  5. Jon Abramson:

    The number one main recommendation is that this vaccine is efficacious and safe but should be only used in populations where the disease incidence in the population is at least 50 percent, so it shouldn't be used in areas with what we would call low transmission.

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