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Errors in Figures in: Reduced Disability and Mortality Among Aging Runners: A 21-Year Longitudinal Study FREE

Arch Intern Med. 2008;168(22):2496. doi:10.1001/archinternmed.2008.504.
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Errors in Figures. In the Original Investigation by Chakravarty et al titled “Reduced Disability and Mortality Among Aging Runners: A 21-Year Longitudinal Study,” published in the August 11/25, 2008, issue of the Archives (2008;168[15]:1638-1646), an error occurred in the Figure 2 legend on page 1642. The corrected legend reads as follows: “Figure 2. Mean disability levels by year separated by sex. Solid lines represent data for male participants, and dashed lines represent data for female participants who continued participation through 2005. Only subjects who completed the 21-year follow-up are included. Error bars indicate SD.”

An error also occurred in Figure 1B on page 1641. In the key, the dark dashed line should read “Never runners (completers, n = 83)” and the light dashed line should read “Ever runners (completers, n = 357).”

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