Association of the Systemic Immune-Inflammation Index(SII) with Outcomes in Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients(ACS) with Chronic Kidney Disease(CKD).

An elevated SII is associated with adverse cardiovascular outcomes in ACS with CKD patients, suggesting that SII may be a valuable predictor of poor prognosis in ACS with CKD patients.

Associations between dietary patterns and stages of chronic kidney disease

higher intake of vitamins, minerals, cholesterol, and polyunsaturated fatty acids was negatively associated with participants with late-stage Chronic Kidney Disease..

Associations Between Dysphagia and Adverse Health Outcomes in Older Adults with Dementia in Intensive Care Units: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Dysphagia is likely to increase the risk of adverse health outcomes in older adults with dementia in ICU, and these adverse outcomes mostly include 90- and 180-day mortality, aspiration pneumonia, and pressure injury.

Associations Between Physical Activity, Smoking Status, and Airflow Obstruction and Self-Reported COPD

Smokers, regardless of their physical activity level, are more likely to have airflow obstruction as compared with physically active non-smokers.

Associations between the dietary inflammatory index with obesity and body fat in male adolescents

In male adolescents, consuming a diet with a low inflammatory index score was linked to a lower BF %. As a result, a diet high in anti-inflammatory substances may help adolescents improve their body composition and avoid obesity.

Associations between TyG-BMI and normal-high blood pressure values and hypertension

TyG-BMI showed a significant positive correlation with both normal-high BP values and HTN, and TyG-BMI was of higher value for the identification of both normal-high BP values and HTN compared to BMI and TyG index alone.

Associations between urinary iodine concentration(UIC) and the prevalence of metabolic disorders

Low iodine may be associated with a reduced prevalence of metabolic disorders and their associated diseases, including Metabolic Syndrome, low HDL-C, TG, and central obesity.

Associations of dietary fiber intake with chronic inflammatory airway diseases and mortality in adults

Higher dietary fiber intakes were associated with a reduced mortality in participants with chronic inflammatory airway diseases.

Associations of Moderate Low-Carbohydrate Diets with Mortality among Patients with Type 2 Diabetes.

Adherence to a well-balanced moderate lower-carbohydrate-diet that emphasizes healthy carbohydrate, plant-based protein, and polyunsaturated fat may prevent premature death among patients with T2D.