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Review Article

Trends in Dietary Patterns, Alcohol Intake, Tobacco Smoking, and Colorectal Cancer in Polish Population in 1960–2008

Table 1

Correlations between dietary factors, alcohol consumption, tobacco smoking, and colorectal cancer morbidity rates, Poland, 1960–2008, by sex.

FactorDatesMen Women

Edible fats1960–20080.930.92
Animal fats1960–19890.860.84
Red meat1960–2008−0.41−0.41
Sugar1960–19890.880.89
Dietary fibre1960–2008−0.92−0.92
Vegetables1990–2008−0.66−0.67
Fruit1990–20080.700.62
Folate1960–2008−0.80−0.80
Calcium1990–2008−0.92−0.90
Vitamin D1990–20080.960.83
Alcohol1960–20080.680.66
Tobacco1960–19890.850.83

: Spearman rank correlation coefficient. All values, except vegetables and fruit ( ).

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