• Wayne,
    The interpretation of better methods of diagnosis was considered as a possible reason for the increase leading up to the war.
    You might be interested in the whole slide series discussing the history of the study of Cardiovascular Disease and giving the context of the above reference and...

    Wayne,
    The interpretation of better methods of diagnosis was considered as a possible reason for the increase leading up to the war.
    You might be interested in the whole slide series discussing the history of the study of Cardiovascular Disease and giving the context of the above reference and why it is considered significant as an example of an epidemiological study/happening. The slides prior to and after this slide are really interesting and instructive.
    http://www.epi.umn.edu/cvdepi/history-gallery/mortality-statistics/

    The evidence for the connection between diet and cardiovascular disease goes all the way back to 1915!
    Cheers as you continue to investigate and think critically about all the available evidence to date.
    Julia

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