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Adverse childhood experiences and physiological wear-and-tear in midlife: Findings from the 1958 British birth cohort
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The results indicate that early psychosocial stress has an indirect lasting impact on physiological wear-and-tear via health behaviors, BMI, and socioeconomic factors in adulthood.
The early life nutritional environment and early life stress as potential pathways towards the metabolic syndrome in mid-life? A lifecourse analysis using the 1958 British Birth cohort
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The early nutritional environment, represented by mother’s pre-pregnancy BMI, was associated with the risk of MetS in midlife, and an important mechanism involves a mother-to-child BMI transmission, independent of birth or perinatal conditions, socioeconomic characteristics and health behaviors over the lifecourse.
Mediating pathways between parental socio-economic position and allostatic load in mid-life: Findings from the 1958 British birth cohort.
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The idea that early life socioeconomic position (SEP) can be biologically embodied, potentially leading to the production of health inequalities across population groups is examined.
Behavioral Changes During COVID-19 Confinement in France: A Web-Based Study
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Confinement had a negative effect on every behavior studied in this survey, except for nutrition, and negative mental state changes were strongly associated with nutrition, sleep, physical activity and alcohol consumption changes.
Physiological wear-and-tear and later subjective health in mid-life: Findings from the 1958 British birth cohort
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This work examined the association between AL at 44 years and general health as measured by a latent multidimensional measure of subjective health at 50 years integrating sleep patterns, physical and mental health.
Early socioeconomic conditions and severe tooth loss in middle‐aged Costa Ricans
TLDR
The lifecourse model allowed to highlight that early socioeconomic conditions could have long-term consequences on severe tooth loss in middle ages via both direct and indirect mechanisms.
The Role of Socioeconomic Position in Determining Tooth Loss in Elderly Costa Rican: Findings from the CRELES Cohort
Objective: Differences in health status between socioeconomic groups continue to challenge epidemiological research. To evaluate health inequalities in tooth loss, using indicators of socioeconomic
Nutritional risk is associated with an increase of in-hospital mortality and a reduction of being discharged home: Results of the 2009-2015 nutritionDay survey.
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This is the first large-scale study in Colombia evaluating the impact of nutritional risk on clinical outcomes showing an increase of in-hospital mortality and a reduction of being discharged home.
Disentangling the influence of living place and socioeconomic position on health services use among diabetes patients: A population-based study
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This research investigates the influence of place of residence and diabetic patient’s socioeconomic position on their use of health services in a universal health care system and found no clear influence of either patients’ SEP or their living place on their access to biological follow-up.
Socioeconomic inequalities in cancer mortality: Is Costa Rica an exception to the rule?
TLDR
The findings confirmed the importance of conducting studies in middle‐ Income countries, since the socioeconomic and cultural contexts are different from those in high‐income countries, which influence the social distribution of lifestyles and risk behaviors.
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