Social networks in relation to self-reported symptomatic infections in individuals aged 40-75 - the Maastricht study.
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Schram, Miranda T
Hoebe, Christian J P A
Kretzschmar, Mirjam E E
Dagnelie, Pieter C
Sep, Simone J S
van Kuijk, Sander M J
Savelkoul, Paul H M
Dukers-Muijrers, Nicole H T M
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TitleSocial networks in relation to self-reported symptomatic infections in individuals aged 40-75 - the Maastricht study.
Published inBMC Infect Dis 2018; 18(1):300
PubliekssamenvattingMost infections are spread through social networks (detrimental effect). However, social networks may also lower infection acquisition (beneficial effect). This study aimed to examine associations between social network parameters and prevalence of self-reported upper and lower respiratory, gastrointestinal and urinary tract infections in a population aged 40-75.
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