Marital status, gender and cardiovascular mortality: Behavioural, psychological distress and metabolic explanations☆

@inproceedings{Molloy2009MaritalSG,
  title={Marital status, gender and cardiovascular mortality: Behavioural, psychological distress and metabolic explanations☆},
  author={Gerard J Molloy and Emmanuel A. Stamatakis and Gemma Randall and Mark Hamer},
  booktitle={Social science & medicine},
  year={2009}
}
The intermediate processes through which the various unmarried states can increase the risk of subsequent cardiovascular disease mortality are incompletely understood. An understanding of these processes and how they may vary by gender is important for understanding why marital status is strongly and robustly associated with subsequent cardiovascular disease. In a prospective study of 13,889 Scottish men and women (mean age 52.3, Standard Deviation: 11.8 yrs, range 35-95, 56.1% female) without… CONTINUE READING
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