Neighborhood socioeconomic status during childhood versus puberty in relation to endogenous sex hormone levels in adult women.

@article{Bleil2015NeighborhoodSS,
  title={Neighborhood socioeconomic status during childhood versus puberty in relation to endogenous sex hormone levels in adult women.},
  author={Maria E. Bleil and Bradley M Appelhans and Melissa Latham and Michelle A Irving and Steven E. Gregorich and Nancy E. Adler and Marcelle I. Cedars},
  journal={Nursing research},
  year={2015},
  volume={64 3},
  pages={211-20}
}
BACKGROUND Socioeconomic adversity in early life is related to cardiovascular risk in adulthood; however, no studies have examined whether such adversity may be related to endogenous sex hormones, which are themselves associated with cardiovascular outcomes, or whether the timing of adversity exposures (childhood vs. puberty) matters. OBJECTIVE The goal of the current study was to separately examine neighborhood socioeconomic status (SES) during periods of childhood and puberty in relation to… CONTINUE READING
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