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Although these post hoc interaction checks may have a low statistical power for detecting variants in height results across subgroups, we wanted to examine the qualitative regularity of the budesonide and nedocromil effects across subgroups. We used chi-square checks for categorical variables and t-lab tests for continuous variables to assess differences in baseline characteristics between individuals for whom data regarding adult elevation were missing and those for whom such data were obtainable.Related StoriesBRCA gene mutations and ovarian malignancy: an interview with Dr Matulonis, Harvard Medical SchoolInner ear damage brain warnings from nerve cellsDoctors of chiropractic highlights dangers of weighty backpacks’Many patients think that weather impacts their discomfort symptoms,’ clarifies Dr. Daniel Steffens with the George Institute for Global Wellness at the University of Sydney, Australia. ‘However, there are few robust studies investigating weather and discomfort, specifically research that does not rely on individual recall of the weather.’ For the present case-crossover study 993 sufferers seen at primary care clinics in Sydney had been recruited between October 2011 and November 2012. Weather data from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology had been sourced for the duration of the study period.