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Does adding environmental exposures at the primary residence to cardiovascular risk scores improve risk prediction?

The American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease risk score is a well-known and widely used risk score that provides 10-year risk estimates. However, this score does not account for environmental exposures as experienced at a person's primary residence, many of which are strongly associated with cardiovascular disease. Using All of Us we can evaluate if measurements of environmental pollution at the home improves risk estimates.

The remaining questions allow you to outline in more detail the information needed to address your research question. The series of questions allow up to five entries. If you have more than five entries, please try to prioritize them and enter the remainder in the final field. When done, click Submit at the bottom. No

If you did not find your Data Item #1 in the dropdown selection above, please enter it here. environmental quality at the primary residence

If you did not find your method for obtaining Data Item #1 in the dropdown selection above, please enter it here. linked via linking measured environmental pollutants to geocoded primary residence locations

Are there specifications that apply to the method by which Data Item #1 will be obtained, e.g., is the measurement taken once a year, every month, or some other variation? If you do not find your specification in the dropdown, you may enter it in the textbox below. Once per year

If Data Item #2 was not in the dropdown, please enter it here. ACC/AHA ASCVD components

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Specification #2 Once per year

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