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The study has a cross-sectional design, which is not appropriate for the assessment of causal-effect relationships. In addition, outcome evaluation is weak, and the overall conclusions are at a very high risk of bias. I am surprised that the American Journal of Preventive Medicine published these results with such an emphasis.

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