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“…As we reported previously, modifiable risk factors (diabetes, hypertension, smoking, and dyslipidemia) had population attributable fraction of 36.6 and 50.2% for incident CHD among the male and female Tehranian populations, respectively [4]. Other reasons that might justify the high prevalence of CHD among the Tehranian population are related to the impact of air pollution [27,28] and stress [29], which are common in Tehran.…”
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“…As we reported previously, modifiable risk factors (diabetes, hypertension, smoking, and dyslipidemia) had population attributable fraction of 36.6 and 50.2% for incident CHD among the male and female Tehranian populations, respectively [4]. Other reasons that might justify the high prevalence of CHD among the Tehranian population are related to the impact of air pollution [27,28] and stress [29], which are common in Tehran.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…As we reported previously, modi able risk factors, including diabetes, hypertension, smoking and dyslipidemia totally had population attributable fraction of 36.6% and 50.2% of incident CHD among male and female Tehranian population, respectively [4]. Other reasons that might justify the high prevalence of CHD among Tehranian population are related to impact of air pollution [26,27] and stress [28], which are common in Tehran.…”
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“…Generally, it seems that the estimated prevalence of CHD among Tehranian populations are alarmingly higher than corresponding figures in US [31], Canada [32], UK [33], China [34], India [35] and Saudi Arabia [36], an issue previously addressed in 2015 by Zhu et al [37] As we reported previously, modifiable risk factors including diabetes, hypertension, smoking and dyslipidemia totally had population attributable fraction of 36.6% and 50.2% of CHD among male and female Tehranian populations, respectively [5]. Other reasons that might justify the high prevalence of CHD among Tehranian populations are related to impact of air pollution [38][39][40] and stress [41] both of which are common in Tehran.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning