Top 10 most read in December: sedentary behaviour and uterine fibroids, risk of myocarditis and pericarditis in COVID-19 populations

The most read paper has changed this month, moving from the second most read paper last month to the top spot this month.

We have one new paper in the top read list for December, please read more about it below.

Change to most read
Risk of myocarditis and pericarditis in mRNA COVID-19-vaccinated and unvaccinated populations: a systematic review and meta-analysis

This paper has featured in our blogs before, please check out the full entry in our September most read blog, which can be found here.

New entry
Association between leisure sedentary behaviour and uterine fibroids in non-menopausal women: a population-based study
This month’s only new entry came from Sun et al., with their research into whether sedentary behaviour is associated with uterine fibroids in non-menopausal women. This cross-sectional study from the Yunnan region of China included a total of 6623 non-menopausal women, of which 562 participants had uterine fibroids (diagnosed by abdominal B-ultrasound). Leisure sedentary time was ascertained via a face to face interview. Leisure sedentary time was found to be independently associated with the prevalence of uterine fibroids, and a linear dose‒response relationship was observed.

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Rank* Author(s) Title
1 Alami et al. Risk of myocarditis and pericarditis in mRNA COVID-19-vaccinated and unvaccinated populations: a systematic review and meta-analysis
2 Dusin et al. Evidence-based practice models and frameworks in the healthcare setting: a scoping review
3 van Dijk et al. Artificial intelligence in systematic reviews: promising when appropriately used
4 Walker et al. Impact of fatigue as the primary determinant of functional limitations among patients with post-COVID-19 syndrome: a cross-sectional observational study
5 Wang et al. Global, regional and national burden of inflammatory bowel disease in 204 countries and territories from 1990 to 2019: a systematic analysis based on the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019
6 Falkenberg et al. Effect of portable HEPA filters on COVID-19 period prevalence: an observational quasi-interventional study in German kindergartens
7 Edmund Pigott et al. What are the treatment remission, response and extent of improvement rates after up to four trials of antidepressant therapies in real-world depressed patients? A reanalysis of the STAR*D study’s patient-level data with fidelity to the original research protocol
8 Ferreira et al.
9 Mamun et al. Adverse childhood experiences, the risk of pregnancy complications and adverse pregnancy outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
10 Sun et al. Association between leisure sedentary behaviour and uterine fibroids in non-menopausal women: a population-based study

 

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