E-cigarette use, abortion legislation and mortality in marginally housed adults: Most read articles in September

Entering the Top 10 Most Read this month is Shiplo et al‘s paper on the prevalence and patterns of use of e-cigarettes in a sample of both smokers and non-smokers in Canada, measured via a cross-sectional survey. Also new are Hysing et al‘s paper on the relationship between adolescent use of electronic devices and sleep deficiency and Jones et al‘s paper, which evaluates the impact of treatable illnesses on mortality in adults living in marginal conditions. Returning to the list this month are a few popular papers, including Koch et al‘s paper published earlier this year on the association between abortion legislation and maternal mortality.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Dall’Ora et al. Association of 12 h shifts and nurses’ job satisfaction, burnout and intention to leave: findings from a cross-sectional study of 12 European countries
2 Thienpont et al. Euthanasia requests, procedures and outcomes for 100 Belgian patients suffering from psychiatric disorders: a retrospective, descriptive stud
3 Shiplo et al. E-cigarette use in Canada: prevalence and patterns of use in a regulated market
4 Deane et al. Priority setting partnership to identify the top 10 research priorities for the management of Parkinson’s disease
5 Hubble et al. Trunk muscle exercises as a means of improving postural stability in people with Parkinson’s disease: a protocol for a randomised controlled trial
6 Hysing et al. Sleep and use of electronic devices in adolescence: results from a large population-based study
7 Mills et al. Quantitative systematic review of the associations between short-term exposure to nitrogen dioxide and mortality and hospital admissions
8 Koch et al. Abortion legislation, maternal healthcare, fertility, female literacy, sanitation, violence against women and maternal deaths: a natural experiment in 32 Mexican states
9 Lee et al. Is clopidogrel better than aspirin following breakthrough strokes while on aspirin? A retrospective cohort study
10 Jones et al. Mortality from treatable illnesses in marginally housed adults: a prospective cohort study

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