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۱The Role of Hot–Tea Drinking and the Food Insecurity on the Esophageal Cancer among Women in the North of Iran (Gilan Province)
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اطلاعات انتشار: World Applied Sciences Journal، بيست و هفتم،شماره۵، ۲۰۱۳، سال
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Although tea may exert opposing influences on chronic disease, information on the balance and suitable of tea intake and food insecurity are important factors for overall diet quality, particularly in Iran, who have a much higher hot–tea drinking than north (Gillan) populations. The objective of this cross–sectional study was to test the hypothesis that hot–tea drinking and food insecurity could be creates esophageal cancer among women in the north of Iran (Gilan Province). The subjects were 710 women aged 40 to 70 years (210 women has the esophageal cancer), they are selected randomly in the Gilan Province of the north of Iran. The food insecurity (such as hunger and hidden hunger) in the province according to the 24–hour food–recall questionnaire was 29.8% and 46.2%, respectively. Only 27% of the study population was secure in terms of having access to all key nutrients. The accuracy of the questionnaire for screening for hunger in the population was 93.3%, respectively; and the corresponding value for hidden hunger was 87.6. Our findings indicate that the over 91 % of selected people (that have the esophageal cancer) and over 70 % of the selected people (that have not the esophageal cancer) drink the hot tea and all selected women has suffered from the esophageal pains. Average value of the esophageal cancer predicted using fuzzy cognitive maps is equal to 83% (for 36 monthes).Abbreviations: FCM, fuzzy cognitive maps
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