In patients diagnosed with depression or anxiety, there was a significant reduction in non-mental health specialty visits, a significant increase in telephone visits, and a nonsignificant
reduction in average total costs.
Spin in this specific context means using of specific reporting strategies, "from whatever motive, to highlight that the experimental treatment is beneficial, despite a statistically nonsignificant
difference for the primary outcome, or to distract the reader from statistically nonsignificant
results," the authors defined.
The waves of the sea will be 1-2 bales.Above the mountains nonsignificant
cloudiness is expected.
Sleeping less than six hours was linked to a slight, but statistically nonsignificant
, increased risk of these outcomes.
Among the additional findings of the study were a small, but statistically nonsignificant
association between pancreatic cancer and gum disease.
In SU treatment group, the use of placebo led to a nonsignificant
HbA1c change from baseline (MD, 0.187%; 95% CI , −0.144-0.518%; P = 0.269) in Caucasian population.
In women aged more than 50 years, who would have been eligible to participate in the screening program, the incidence of stages 2-4 cancers decreased by a nonsignificant
0.16%; from 168/100,000 women in 1989 to 166/100,000 in 2012.
Compared with the control group, the massage with essential oil group had nonsignificant
effect on reducing the pain (standardized mean difference = 0.01; 95% CI [-0.23,0.24]).
In this issue, researchers report on two studies with nonsignificant
results for the primary outcome (Donaldson, Ingrago, Drake, & Ocampo, 2017; Eastwick, Leise, Sabo, Clute, & Stoj, 2017).
In contrast, those who received a placebo experienced nonsignificant
PEFR has statistically nonsignificant
correlation with the weight, height, and body surface area.
In the three trials that reported the Ocular Surface Disease Index, there was a nonsignificant
improvement with omega-3 fatty acids, compared with control (p = 0.09).