Neighborhood social capital and sleep duration: a population based cross-sectional study in a rural Japanese town

@inproceedings{Win2018NeighborhoodSC,
  title={Neighborhood social capital and sleep duration: a population based cross-sectional study in a rural Japanese town},
  author={Thida Win and Takashi Yamazaki and Koji Kanda and Kazuo Tajima and Shigeru Sokejima},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2018}
}
BACKGROUND Studies on social capital and health outcomes have become common, but the relationship between neighborhood social capital and sleep duration by gender is still unclear. We examined the relationship between neighborhood social capital and sleep duration by gender in adults living in a rural community in Japan. METHOD We conducted a cross-sectional survey of 12,321 residents aged ≥20 years in a town in Mie Prefecture in January-March 2013. Self-completed questionnaires were… CONTINUE READING
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