1. Formulate the Limitations & Implications section of your selected topic. Please make sure to incorporate limitations and implications found both on content and research method.
Triglycerides cause of death in the United States and General Health
Hook: The relationship between triglycerides (TG) and its cause of death in the United States is challenging to establish.
Background Information: Many clinical studies suggest that TG takes part in adverse conditions such as cancer, diabetes mellitus, and peripheral vascular illness. These adverse health conditions are also common causes of death. Consequently, several reviews and research are conducted to evaluate the relationship between death cases or mortality and blood triglycerides (Duncan et al., 2019). A report by Duncan, a scholar, assesses the relationship between triglycerides and cardiovascular diseases. In Duncan’s report, approximately seventeen researches from European and American participants are included.
Problem Statement: The findings, however, only showed the effect of triglycerides on cardiovascular diseases but not on the mortality caused as a result of cardiovascular diseases.
Hypothesis: The hypothesis suggested by the Asia Pacific Cohort Studies Collaboration (APCSC) was that high levels of triglycerides had a strong relationship with the rising coronary heart disease (CHD) mortality. Besides, researchers developed various analysis with Europe’s participants reported a greater risk of cardiovascular diseases; the study did not include all-cause, mortality in men and women is strongly associated with a high level of triglycerides. Nonetheless, despite these significant past analyses, there are no essential studies that have researched triglycerides’ effect on cardiovascular disease death. Furthermore, there are no adequate studies on all-cause deaths.
Research Question: Therefore, this research paper shall conduct a systematic review of the current prospective studies.
Thesis Statement: The aim is to assess the relationship between blood triglycerides levels and cardiovascular mortality, and all-cause mortality.