The Innsbruck Women's Health Study 1999: Health status and behaviour

@article{Ulmer2001TheIW,
  title={The Innsbruck Women's Health Study 1999: Health status and behaviour},
  author={Dr. Hanno Ulmer and Martina Deibl and Heidelinde Jaekel and K. -J Pfeiffer},
  journal={Sozial- und Pr{\"a}ventivmedizin},
  year={2001},
  volume={46},
  pages={259-267}
}
The aim of this study is to report descriptive results of a recent survey on women's health and to analyse associations between perceived health status and health behaviour. A cross-sectional survey on 609 women aged 20 to 95 years was performed in Innsbruck (Austria) in 1999. Self-reported poor health status was 6% in the 20–39 age group, 10% in the 40–59 age group and 20% in the 60 and older age group. Age and physical activity were significant predictors for health status. Women who… CONTINUE READING
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