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F birthing and adjustment to motherhood. Sydney, Australia: School of Behavioural Sciences, Macquarie University; 1993:61. 47. Kennedy HP, et al: Negotiating sleep - A qualitative study of new mothers. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs 2007, 21(2):114?22. 48. Wang MY, Wang SY, Tsai PS: Cognitive behavioural therapy for primary insomnia: a systematic review. J Adv Nurs 2005, 50(5):553?4. 49. Morin CM, Culber
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Among all menopausal women (occurring in 16?2 of premenopausal, 39?7 of perimenopausal and 35?0* Correspondence: elina.hemminki@thl.fi 1 National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), P.O. Box 3000271, Helsinki, Finland Full list of author information is available at the end of the articleof postmenopausal women). In a Finnish populationbased study by Hemminki et al. (1995), 28 of women aged
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Burial permit. To collect the retrospective data, we used verbal and social autopsies. The World Health Organization (WHO) standard verbal autopsy questionnaires and a social autopsy tool were administered to caregivers of women aged 15?9 years who had died between 1996 and 2010. Only one caregiver was interviewed for each death. Verbal autopsy is a research method that helps determine probable ca
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Ffice buildings in Singapore. Indoor Air 2003, 13:315?31.24. Statish U, Mendell MJ, Shekhar K, Hotchi T, Sullivan D, Streufert S, Fisk WJ: Is CO2 an indoor pollutant? Direct effects of low-to-moderate CO2 concentrations on human decision-making performance. Environ Health Perspect 2012, 120(12):1671?677. 25. Wargocki P, Wyon DP, Sundell J, Clausen G, Fanger PO: The effects of outdoor air supply ra
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R correlation from primary care research to inform study design and analysis. J Clin Epidemiol 2004, 57 (8):785?94. 52. Schulz KF, et al: CONSORT 2010 Statement: updated guidelines for reporting parallel group randomised trials. BMC Med 2010, 63(8):834?40.doi:10.1186/1471-2393-12-155 Cite this article as: Kempler et al.: Sleep education during pregnancy for new mothers. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirt
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Omen with bothersome symptoms first increased and then decreased. Conclusions: There was a notable variability in the development of disturbing vasomotor symptoms over time in a selected group of women aged 50?9. Population-based follow-up studies of untreated women would be useful to estimate the symptom burden. Keywords: Menopausal symptoms, Duration, Follow-up, EstoniaBackground A number of stu
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En in the control groups (n = 486) were grouped by the number of years followed, with the prevalence and severity of symptoms calculated both cross-sectionally and longitudinally. Results: About two thirds of the women (67 ) reported vasomotor symptoms and half (46 ) bothersome symptoms at recruitment. In the cross-sectional analysis, their prevalence declined between recruitment and 1-year follow
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Not included in the present analysis. The women in the blind arms received their drug bottles with coded labels (otherwise identical bottles). Women in the non-blind HT arm had their drug bottles marked with HT. Only data on women in blind placebo group and nontreatment group aged 50?9 at recruitment (n = 486) are used in this study. Throughout the trial, about 90 ofwomen in the non-treatment gro

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