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Discount_gentleman t1_iralb4p wrote

I don't doubt the conclusion at all, but this sentence seems to make the study meaningless:

>Even without adjusting for any potential confounders like age, social demographics like race and sex...

If you don't adjust for confounders, what have you measured?


sfzombie13 t1_irmiump wrote

looks like 2.4 times (is that 240%?) compared to 14% when adjusted.