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Prevalence and predictors of general psychiatric disorders and loneliness during COVID-19 in the United Kingdom
Abstract Despite ample research on the prevalence of specific psychiatric disorders during COVID-19, we know little about the broader psychological impact of the pandemic on a wider population.Expand
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The Role of Parent-Adolescent Relationships in the Development of (Pre)Hypertension in Young Adulthood in the U.S.
BACKGROUND Hypertension is a strong factor for stroke and coronary disease, and it has been found that 1 in 4 young adults are experiencing pre-hypertension in the United States This study wasExpand
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A shorter working week for everyone: How much paid work is needed for mental health and well-being?
There are predictions that in future rapid technological development could result in a significant shortage of paid work. A possible option currently debated by academics, policy makers, tradeExpand
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Exploring Generational Differences of British Ethnic Minorities in Smoking Behavior, Frequency of Alcohol Consumption, and Dietary Style
Background: This article explores ethnic minority generational differences in smoking behavior, frequency of alcohol consumption, and dietary style in Britain, and whether these differences can beExpand
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Generational health improvement or decline? Exploring generational differences of British ethnic minorities in six physical health outcomes
ABSTRACT Objectives: To explore ethnic and generational differences in six physical health outcomes and whether these differences can be explained by health-related behaviors and socio-economicExpand
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Impact of International Immigration on Life Satisfaction of Local Residents in England: Exploring the Differentiated Relationships across Socioeconomic Gradients.
Objectives: Large-scale influxes of international immigrants into England have stimulated heated debate about whether the increasing ethnic diversity has undermined local residents' life satisfactionExpand
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Inching Up and Socio-economic Differentiation: Exploring Self-rated Health of China's Rural-to-Urban Migrants from 2005 to 2015.
  • Senhu Wang
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • American journal of health behavior
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Objective Large-scale rural-to-urban migration in China has stimulated heated discussion about rural migrants' poor health status. This article reports the first study in China that compares theExpand
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Does Immigrant Generation Matter? Re-examining the Ethnic Density Effects on Mental Health of Ethnic Minorities in Britain.
Objectives: In this study, we extend previous research by re-examining the ethnic density effects on mental health of British ethnic minorities and exploring how the relationship varies acrossExpand
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