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    1. Kannel, WB
      Quest for an optimal population cardiovascular risk factor burden

      EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL
    2. Vasan, RS; Larson, MG; Leip, EP; Kannel, WB; Levy, D
      Assessment of frequency of progression to hypertension in nonhypertensive participants in the Framingham Heart Study: a cohort study

      LANCET
    3. Vasan, RS; Larson, MG; Leip, EP; Evans, JC; O'Donnell, CJ; Kannel, WB; Levy, D
      Impact of high-normal blood pressure on the risk of cardiovascular disease.

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    4. Franklin, SS; Khan, SA; Wong, ND; Larson, MG; Leip, EP; Kannel, WB; Levy, D
      Cautionary note on the use of pulse pressure as a risk factor for coronaryheart - Response

      CIRCULATION
    5. Franklin, SS; Larson, MC; Khan, SA; Wong, ND; Leip, EP; Kannel, WB; Levy, D
      Does the relation of blood pressure to coronary heart disease risk change with aging? The Framingham Heart Study

      CIRCULATION
    6. Seshadri, S; Wolf, PA; Beiser, A; Vasan, RS; Wilson, PWF; Kase, CS; Kelly-Hayes, M; Kannel, WB; D'Agostino, RB
      Elevated midlife blood pressure increases stroke risk in elderly persons -The framingham study

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    7. Kannel, WB
      Fifty years of Framingham Study contributions to understanding hypertension

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN HYPERTENSION
    8. Kannel, WB
      Risk stratification in hypertension: New insights from the Framingham Study

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    9. Kannel, WB
      Vital epidemiologic clues in heart failure

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    10. Levy, D; Kannel, WB
      Searching for answers to ethnic disparities in cardiovascular risk

      LANCET
    11. Culleton, BF; Larson, MG; Parfrey, PS; Kannel, WB; Levy, D
      Proteinuria as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and mortality in older people: A prospective study

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    12. Kannel, WB
      Elevated systolic blood pressure as a cardiovascular risk factor

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    13. Kannel, WB; Wilson, PWF
      Hypertension as a cardiovascular risk factor

      EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HYPERTENSION, VOL 20
    14. Mosterd, A; D'Agostino, RB; Silbershatz, H; Sytkowski, PA; Kannel, WB; Grobbee, DE; Levy, D
      Trends in the prevalence of hypertension, antihypertensive therapy, and left ventricular hypertrophy from 1950 to 1989

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    15. Benjamin, EJ; Wolf, PA; D'Agostino, RB; Silbershatz, H; Kannel, WB; Levy, D
      Atrial fibrillation and ethnicity - Response

      CIRCULATION
    16. Wilson, PWF; Kannel, WB; Silbershatz, H; D'Agostino, RB
      Clustering of metabolic factors and coronary heart disease

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    17. Culleton, BF; Larson, MG; Kannel, WB; Levy, D
      Serum uric acid and risk for cardiovascular disease and death: The Framingham Heart Study

      ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    18. Sherman, SE; D'Agostino, RB; Silbershatz, H; Kannel, WB
      Comparison of past versus recent physical activity in the prevention of premature death and coronary artery disease

      AMERICAN HEART JOURNAL
    19. Kannel, WB
      Historic perspectives on the relative contributions of diastolic and systolic blood pressure elevation to cardiovascular risk profile

      AMERICAN HEART JOURNAL
    20. O'Donnell, CJ; Kannel, WB
      Cardiovascular risks of hypertension: lessons from observational studies

      JOURNAL OF HYPERTENSION
    21. ODONNELL CJ; KANNEL WB
      IS THERE A RACIAL PREDISPOSITION TO HYPERTENSION

      Hypertension
    22. KANNEL WB
      OVERVIEW OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS

      Clinical therapeutics
    23. FERGUSON JJ; GONZALEZ ER; KANNEL WB; OLIN JW; RAPS EC
      ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSION - CLINICAL SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF CLOPIDOGREL-IMPLICATIONS OF THE CLOPIDOGREL VERSUS ASPIRIN IN PATIENTS AT RISK OF ISCHEMIC EVENTS (CAPRIE) STUDY FOR FUTURE MANAGEMENT OF ATHEROSCLEROTIC DISEASE

      Clinical therapeutics
    24. KASE CS; WOLF PA; KELLYHAYES M; KANNEL WB; BEISER A; DAGOSTINO RB
      INTELLECTUAL DECLINE AFTER STROKE - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      Stroke
    25. MOSCA L; BARRETTCONNOR E; DAGOSTINO RB; HAMES C; HAWTHORNE V; KANNEL WB; KELL J; MITCHELL B; SUTHERLAND SE; TYROLER HA; SZKIO M; HIGGINS M
      RISK OF PREMATURE CARDIOVASCULAR DEATH IN THE WOMENS POOLING PROJECT

      Circulation
    26. WILSON PWF; DAGOSTINO RB; LEVY D; SILBERSHATZ H; KANNEL WB; TOFLER GH
      FIBRINOGEN AND LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL LEVELS IN THE PREDICTION OF CORONARY HEART-DISEASE

      Circulation
    27. BENJAMIN EJ; WOLF PA; DAGOSTINO RB; SILBERSHATZ H; KANNEL WB; LEVY D
      IMPACT OF ATRIAL-FIBRILLATION ON THE RISK OF DEATH

      Circulation
    28. WILSON PWF; DAGOSTINO RB; LEVY D; BELANGER AM; SILBERSHATZ H; KANNEL WB
      PREDICTION OF CORONARY HEART-DISEASE USING RISK FACTOR CATEGORIES

      Circulation
    29. WOLF PA; MITCHELL JB; BAKER CS; KANNEL WB; DAGOSTINO RB
      IMPACT OF ATRIAL-FIBRILLATION ON MORTALITY, STROKE, AND MEDICAL COSTS

      Archives of internal medicine
    30. WITTEMAN JCM; DAGOSTINO RB; STIJNEN T; KANNEL WB; COBB JC; DERIDDER MAJ; HOFMAN A; ROBINS JM
      G-ESTIMATION OF CAUSAL EFFECTS - ISOLATED SYSTOLIC HYPERTENSION AND CARDIOVASCULAR DEATH IN THE FRAMINGHAM HEART-STUDY

      American journal of epidemiology
    31. KANNEL WB; WOLF PA; BENJAMIN EJ; LEVY D
      PREVALENCE, INCIDENCE, PROGNOSIS, AND PREDISPOSING CONDITIONS FOR ATRIAL-FIBRILLATION - POPULATION-BASED ESTIMATES

      The American journal of cardiology
    32. PRITCHETT E; KANNEL WB; REIFFEL JA; OLSHANSKY B; LUDERITZ B; REITER M; FALK RH; CAMM J
      EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INCIDENCE OF ATRIAL-FIBRILLATION - DISCUSSION

      The American journal of cardiology
    33. PRITCHETT E; KERR CR; KANNEL WB; SUNG R; REIMOLD SC
      CANADIAN ATRIAL-FIBRILLATION REGISTRY - DISCUSSION

      The American journal of cardiology
    34. KANNEL WB
      THE WORTH OF CONTROLLING PLASMA-LIPIDS

      The American journal of cardiology
    35. BRAND FN; KANNEL WB; EVANS J; LARSON MG; WOLF PA
      GLUCOSE-INTOLERANCE, PHYSICAL SIGNS OF PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE, ANDRISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      The American heart journal
    36. KANNEL WB; WILSON PWF; DAGOSTINO RB; COBB J
      SUDDEN CORONARY DEATH IN WOMEN

      The American heart journal
    37. KANNEL WB
      CARDIOVASCULAR RISK-FACTORS IN THE ELDERLY

      Coronary artery disease
    38. KANNEL WB
      HAZARDS, RISKS, AND THREATS OF HEART-DISEASE FROM THE EARLY STAGES TOSYMPTOMATIC CORONARY HEART-DISEASE AND CARDIAC-FAILURE

      Cardiovascular drugs and therapy
    39. KANNEL WB
      EFFECT OF WEIGHT ON CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE

      Nutrition
    40. KANNEL WB; WILSON PWF
      DETERMINANTS, PREVALENCE AND IMPLICATIONS OF RISK FACTOR CLUSTERING -INSIGHTS FROM THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    41. PAUL O; ARNOLD CB; MANDRIOTA R; AMES RP; EISENBACH JR; BOHN E; THOMAS HE; KANNEL WB; ROTONDO R; CONNORS J; BRAND FN; SMITH LK; PRISCO MT; GREENE P; KEZDI P; STANLEY EL; BLACK WL; ERNST FA; CASE EJ; BENTLEY V; COVERT D; LUCIUS M; PARIS F; SEMMETT R; SKOTKO L; CHRISTAKIS G; BURR JM; GERACE TA; WILCOX ME; BRAMSON D; BENEZRA J; WEDDLE J; KAYE J; PADRON M; RAUTAHARJU PM; WOLF H; BENFARI RC; MCINTYRE KM; DANIELSON E; OCKENE J; KOUSCHHOWARD D; BALDWIN AD; WILD JB; GREENLICK M; GROVER J; LAMB S; BAILEY J; DYER J; BROKOP B; STEVENS V; BAILEY G; HOLMES W; PICKERING JE; ALLAIRE J; DUFFY EL; FELLON D; FEINSTEIN B; HUTCHINS D; RUBEL G; COOPER GR; BAYSE DD; MILLER DT; HAINLINE A; KUCHMAK M; WIEBE DA; WINN CL; TAYLOR L; BOTERO BL; GILL JB; LASSER NL; HYMOWITZ N; MEZEY KC; MUNVES B; PARELL E; BURGIO S; LASSER V; JOHNSON B; JEFFREY S; RICE E; STAMLER J; MOSS D; PERSKY V; ROBINSON E; VANHORN L; SHANNON K; MEYERS D; COHEN L; MORGAN J; GRUNDMANN G; VESTAL TD; HUANG B; BERKSON DM; LAUGER G; GRUJIC S; OBRADOVIC D; PARDO E; DUA S; MCGOWAN S; BILLINGS J; HULLEY SB; SMITH WM; SYME SL; COHEN R; DZVONIK L; ROOS L; KAHN M; WIDDOWSON GM; WILLIAMS GZ; KUEHNEMAN ML; SCHOENBERGER JA; SCHOENENBERGER JC; SHEKELLE RB; NERI GS; DOLECEK T; BETZ E; SKWERES L; OPPENHEIMER F; GERNHOFER N; HARDY GG; MCGILL E; HALL Y; WRIGHT NH; KOPEL SA; SUCKERMAN KR; SCHORIN M; SIMON N; COHEN JD; BUNKERS E; RONCHETTO B; GRODSKY E; FRESSOLA A; DANIELGENTRY J; TREIMAN R; SULLIVAN W; SCHNAPER HW; HUGHES GH; OBERMAN A; HILL CC; ALLEN R; BRAGG C; STOKES S; JOHNSON P; BORHANI NO; SUGARS C; KIRKPATRICK K; LEE M; DEBOURELANDO S; LABAW F; TURNERTUCKER J; SHERWIN RW; SEXTON MS; CUSACK NE; DEBARROS QTF; DISCHINGER PC; SPIZLER JF; HEINER JD; PILKINGTON MB; SCANLON BL; GRIMM RH; MITTELMARK M; CROW RS; BLACKBURN H; JACOBS D; RAINS D; MCDONALD M; LENZ K; PRINEAS RJ; CROW RC; BUZZARD IM; GRAMBSCH PV; WENZ J; KJELSBERG MO; BARTSCH GE; NEATON JD; AUS BM; BENDICKSON J; BROSTE SK; CONNETT JE; DUCHENE AG; DURKIN DA; GORDER DL; GRANDITS GA; HULTGREN DH; KNICKERBOCKER A; RASMUSSEN WL; SVENDSEN KH; WILLE L; KULLER LH; MCDONALD R; CAGGIULA A; FALVOGERARD L; MEILAHN E; MILAS NC; RUSSELL R; HORBIAK J; ALMAN M; SOUTHWICK K; MOYER R; GAHAGAN E; GIESE WK; MARTIN JF; KEITH JA; HARRISON HH; MATHIS DE; BROWN CK; FISHMAN E; WAMPLER L; NEWMARK G; ROSENFIELD F; SIDDIQUI S; SAVAGE W; BRADFORD A; INSULL W; FARQUHAR JW; JENKINS CD; RAPAPORT E; THOMPSON DJ; TYROLER HA; WILLIS PW; FRIEDEWALD WT; ZUKEL W; DOYLE JT; BURCHELL HB; YU PN; WILLIS PW; FURBERG CD; CUTLER JA; ZUKEL WJ; PASSAMANI ER; KAELBER CT; FARRAND ME; TILLOTSON JL; VERTER JI; WU MC; GORDON T; HALPERIN M; MCGEE DL; BLASZKOWSKI TP; EBERLEIN KA; HARRIS CE; DERN PL; FRIEDMAN LM; MAY GS; VARGOSKO AJ
      MULTIPLE RISK FACTOR INTERVENTION TRIAL - RISK FACTOR CHANGES AND MORTALITY RESULTS (REPRINTED FROM JAMA, VOL 248, PG 1465-1477, 1982)

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    42. WILSON PWF; DAGOSTINO RB; KANNEL WB
      COMPARISON OF RISK FACTOR LEVELS IN FRAMINGHAM COHORT AND OFFSPRING PARTICIPANTS

      Atherosclerosis
    43. KANNEL WB
      INFLUENCE OF FIBRINOGEN ON CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE

      Drugs
    44. BELL WR; KANNEL WB
      INFLUENCE OF FIBRINOGEN ON CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE - DISCUSSION

      Drugs
    45. WILSON PWF; KANNEL WB; SILBERSHATZ H; DAGOSTINO RB
      RISK FACTOR CLUSTERING WITH HYPERGLYCEMIA AND ITS IMPACT ON CHD INCIDENCE - THE FRAMINGHAM OFFSPRING STUDY

      Circulation
    46. KANNEL WB
      CURBING THE TOBACCO MENACE

      Circulation
    47. FRANKLIN SS; GUSTIN W; WONG ND; LARSON MG; WEBER MA; KANNEL WB; LEVY D
      HEMODYNAMIC PATTERNS OF AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN BLOOD-PRESSURE - THE FRAMINGHAM HEART-STUDY

      Circulation
    48. KANNEL WB
      ECOLOGIC INSIGHTS INTO HYPERTENSIVE MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY - AN EDITORIAL

      The American journal of the medical sciences
    49. KANNEL WB; DAGOSTINO RB; SILBERSHATZ H
      BLOOD-PRESSURE AND CARDIOVASCULAR MORBIDITY AND MORTAL RATES IN THE ELDERLY

      The American heart journal
    50. KANNEL WB
      CARDIOVASCULAR RISK-FACTORS IN THE OLDER ADULT

      Hospital practice
    51. KANNEL WB; DAGOSTINO RB
      UPDATE OF OLD CORONARY RISK-FACTORS

      Cardiovascular risk factors
    52. VOKONAS PS; KANNEL WB
      DIABETES-MELLITUS AND CORONARY HEART-DISEASE IN THE ELDERLY

      Clinics in geriatric medicine
    53. KANNEL WB; WOLF PA; VERTER J; MCNAMARA PM
      EPIDEMIOLOGIC ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF BLOOD-PRESSURE IN STROKE - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY (REPRINTED FROM JAMA, VOL 214, PG 301-310, 1970)

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    54. KANNEL WB
      IMPROVING CARE OF PATIENTS WITH HYPERTENSION - REPLY

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    55. LEVY D; LARSON MG; VASAN RS; KANNEL WB; HO KKL
      THE PROGRESSION FROM HYPERTENSION TO CONGESTIVE-HEART-FAILURE

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    56. KANNEL WB
      BLOOD-PRESSURE AS A CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTOR - PREVENTION AND TREATMENT

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    57. KANNEL WB
      NEED AND PROSPECTS FOR PREVENTION OF CARDIAC-FAILURE

      European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
    58. KANNEL WB; ELLISON RC
      ALCOHOL AND CORONARY HEART-DISEASE - THE EVIDENCE FOR A PROTECTIVE EFFECT

      Clinica chimica acta
    59. WILSON PWF; DAGOSTINO RB; LEVY D; BELANGER AM; SILBERSHATZ H; KANNEL WB
      A SIMPLIFIED CORONARY RISK PREDICTION ALGORITHM

      Circulation
    60. SYTKOWSKI PA; DAGOSTINO RB; BELANGER AJ; KANNEL WB
      SECULAR TRENDS IN LONG-TERM SUSTAINED HYPERTENSION, LONG-TERM TREATMENT, AND CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY - THE FRAMINGHAM HEART-STUDY 1950 TO 1990

      Circulation
    61. WILSON PWF; KANNEL WB; DAGOSTINO R
      CORONARY-DISEASE RISK FACTOR CLUSTERS - PREVALENCE AND IMPACT ON 16 YEAR INCIDENCE OF CHD IN FRAMINGHAM OFFSPRING

      Circulation
    62. KANNEL WB
      PREVENTIVE EFFICACY OF NUTRITIONAL COUNSELING

      Archives of internal medicine
    63. SYTKOWSKI PA; DAGOSTINO RB; BELANGER A; KANNEL WB
      SEX AND TIME TRENDS IN CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY- THE FRAMINGHAM HEART-STUDY, 1950-1989

      American journal of epidemiology
    64. KANNEL WB; DAGOSTINO RB; COBB JL
      EFFECT OF WEIGHT ON CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    65. KANNEL WB; DAGOSTINO RB; BELANGER AJ; SILBERSHATZ H; TOFLER GT
      LONG-TERM INFLUENCE OF FIBRINOGEN ON INITIAL AND RECURRENT CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN MEN AND WOMEN

      The American journal of cardiology
    66. KANNEL WB
      CARDIOPROTECTION AND ANTIHYPERTENSIVE THERAPY - THE KEY IMPORTANCE OFADDRESSING THE ASSOCIATED CORONARY RISK-FACTORS - (THE FRAMINGHAM EXPERIENCE)

      The American journal of cardiology
    67. KANNEL WB; DAGOSTINO RB; SILBERSHATZ H
      USE OF VITAL CAPACITY FOR CARDIAC-FAILURE RISK-ESTIMATION IN PERSONS WITH CORONARY-DISEASE AND LEFT-VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY

      The American journal of cardiology
    68. BRAND FN; LARSON M; FRIEDMAN LM; KANNEL WB; CASTELLI WP
      EPIDEMIOLOGIC ASSESSMENT OF ANGINA BEFORE AND AFTER MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      The American heart journal
    69. WOLF PA; BENJAMIN EJ; BELANGER AJ; KANNEL WB; LEVY D; DAGOSTINO RB
      SECULAR TRENDS IN THE PREVALENCE OF ATRIAL-FIBRILLATION - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      The American heart journal
    70. KANNEL WB; WILSON PWF
      AN UPDATE ON CORONARY RISK-FACTORS

      The Medical clinics of North America
    71. WOLF PA; MITCHELL JB; BAKER CS; KANNEL WB; DAGOSTINO RB
      MORTALITY AND HOSPITAL COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH ATRIAL-FIBRILLATION

      Circulation
    72. MOSTERD A; DAGOSTINO RB; BELANGER AJ; SYTKOWSKI PA; KANNEL WB; GROBBEE DE; LEVY D
      SECULAR TRENDS IN HYPERTENSION TREATMENT AND IMPACT ON PREVALENCE OF HIGH BLOOD-PRESSURE AND LEFT-VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY - THE FRAMINGHAM HEART-STUDY

      Circulation
    73. KANNEL WB
      CLINICAL MISCONCEPTIONS DISPELLED BY EPIDEMIOLOGIC RESEARCH

      Circulation
    74. KANNEL WB; THOM TJ; DAGOSTINO RB
      CONTROLLING CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE - A CHALLENGE FOR THE 21ST-CENTURY

      British journal of clinical practice
    75. KANNEL WB; WILSON PWF
      RISK-FACTORS THAT ATTENUATE THE FEMALE CORONARY-DISEASE ADVANTAGE

      Archives of internal medicine
    76. KANNEL WB; DAGOSTINO RB; BELANGER AJ
      CONCEPT OF BRIDGING THE GAP FROM YOUTH TO ADULTHOOD

      The American journal of the medical sciences
    77. FELSON DT; ZHANG YQ; HANNAN MT; KANNEL WB; KIEL DP
      ALCOHOL INTAKE AND BONE-MINERAL DENSITY IN ELDERLY MEN AND WOMEN - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      American journal of epidemiology
    78. DAGOSTINO RB; BELANGER AJ; KANNEL WB; HIGGINS M
      ROLE OF SMOKING IN THE U-SHAPED RELATION OF CHOLESTEROL TO MORTALITY IN MEN - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      American journal of epidemiology
    79. WITTEMAN JCM; DAGOSTINO RB; STIJNEN T; KANNEL WB; HOFMAN A; ROBINS JM
      G-ESTIMATION OF CAUSAL EFFECTS IN THE PRESENCE OF COMPETING RISKS - ISOLATED SYSTOLIC HYPERTENSION AND CARDIOVASCULAR DEATH IN THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      American journal of epidemiology
    80. KANNEL WB
      RANGE OF SERUM-CHOLESTEROL VALUES IN THE POPULATION DEVELOPING CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE

      The American journal of cardiology
    81. VOKONAS PS; KANNEL WB
      DIABETES-MELLITUS AND OBESITY IN THE ELDERLY

      Cardiology in the elderly
    82. ODELL PM; ANDERSON KM; KANNEL WB
      NEW MODELS FOR PREDICTING CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS

      Journal of clinical epidemiology
    83. KANNEL WB; BELANGER AJ
      OVER-RELIANCE ON DIASTOLIC BLOOD-PRESSURE - FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    84. MARKOVITZ JH; MATTHEWS KA; KANNEL WB; COBB JL; DAGOSTINO RB
      IS THERE TENSION IN HYPERTENSION - REPLY

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    85. GUCCIONE AA; FELSON DT; ANDERSON JJ; ANTHONY JM; ZHANG YQ; WILSON PWF; KELLYHAYES M; WOLF PA; KREGER BE; KANNEL WB
      THE EFFECTS OF SPECIFIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS ON THE FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS OF ELDERS IN THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      American journal of public health
    86. DAGOSTINO RB; WOLF PA; BELANGER AJ; KANNEL WB
      STROKE RISK PROFILE - ADJUSTMENT FOR ANTIHYPERTENSIVE MEDICATION - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      Stroke
    87. WILSON PWF; ANDERSON KM; HARRIS T; KANNEL WB; CASTELLI WP
      DETERMINANTS OF CHANGE IN TOTAL CHOLESTEROL AND HDL-C WITH AGE - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      Journal of gerontology
    88. KANNEL WB
      CLINICAL MISCONCEPTIONS DISPELLED BY EPIDEMIOLOGIC RESEARCH

      Circulation
    89. KANNEL WB
      CLINICAL MISCONCEPTIONS DISPELLED BY EPIDEMIOLOGIC RESEARCH

      Circulation
    90. LEVY D; SALOMON M; DAGOSTINO RB; BELANGER AJ; KANNEL WB
      PROGNOSTIC IMPLICATIONS OF BASE-LINE ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC FEATURES AND THEIR SERIAL CHANGES IN SUBJECTS WITH LEFT-VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY

      Circulation
    91. KANNEL WB; COBB J
      SUDDEN-DEATH IN WOMEN IN THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      Circulation
    92. KANNEL WB
      AN EPIDEMIOLOGIC PERSPECTIVE IN HYPERTENSION PROBLEM-SOLVING

      Cardiology
    93. KANNEL WB; HO KL; THOM T
      CHANGING EPIDEMIOLOGIC FEATURES OF CARDIAC-FAILURE

      British Heart Journal
    94. KIELY DK; WOLF PA; CUPPLES LA; BEISER AS; KANNEL WB
      PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY AND STROKE RISK - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      American journal of epidemiology
    95. SHERMAN SE; DAGOSTINO RB; COBB JL; KANNEL WB
      PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY AND MORTALITY IN WOMEN IN THE FRAMINGHAM HEART-STUDY

      The American heart journal
    96. SHERMAN SE; DAGOSTINO RB; COBB JL; KANNEL WB
      PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY AND MORTALITY IN WOMEN IN THE FRAMINGHAM HEART-STUDY

      The American heart journal
    97. SHERMAN SE; DAGOSTINO RB; COBB JL; KANNEL WB
      DOES EXERCISE REDUCE MORTALITY-RATES IN THE ELDERLY - EXPERIENCE FROMTHE FRAMINGHAM HEART-STUDY

      The American heart journal
    98. SHERMAN SE; DAGOSTINO RB; COBB JL; KANNEL WB
      DOES EXERCISE REDUCE MORTALITY-RATES IN THE ELDERLY - EXPERIENCE FROMTHE FRAMINGHAM HEART-STUDY

      The American heart journal
    99. GAGNON DR; ZHANG TJ; BRAND FN; KANNEL WB
      HEMATOCRIT AND THE RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY - A 34-YEAR FOLLOW-UP

      The American heart journal
    100. SCHAUFFLER HH; DAGOSTINO RB; KANNEL WB
      RISK FOR CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE IN THE ELDERLY AND ASSOCIATED MEDICARE COSTS - THE FRAMINGHAM-STUDY

      American journal of preventive medicine


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