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Relationships between marital status and mortality in North Carolina

by North Carolina. Public Health Statistics Branch

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Published by N.C. Dept. of Human Resources, Division of Health Services, Public Health Statistics Branch in Raleigh, N.C .
Written in English


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SeriesPHSB studies -- no. 2
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p. :
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Open LibraryOL24589152M

Purpose To examine the relationships between blindness, the intervention of cataract surgery and all-cause mortality in a rural Ethiopian population. Design Population-based, interventional prospective study. Methods Community-based detection methods identified blind Ethiopian persons from two selected kebeles in Amhara region, Ethiopia. Data from blind patients were collected—   Free Online Library: Motor vehicle deaths among men: marital status, gender and social integration.(Report) by "International Journal of Men's Health"; Health, general Accidents Investigations Divorce Marital status Psychological aspects Research Mortality Risk factors United States Traffic accidents Causes of Demographic aspects+vehicle+deaths.

Background. It has long been known that mortality is higher in unmarried, divorced and widowed than married people. 1–5 Over the past decades, however, living arrangements have changed markedly in Western societies. We used national demographic data in Denmark 6 (population million in ) to create a complete day-by-day record of each adult citizen’s marital status history between Background: Marital status has been implicated as a prognostic factor in bladder cancer survival. However, few studies have explored potential mechanisms through which this might occur. Methods: The study identified 19 bladder cancer patients from the SEER-Medicare database (–8) and constructed sex-specific Cox proportional hazard models to assess the relation between marital status

The association of ambient particulate matter (PM) exposures with mortality and cardiovascular outcomes has been well established in studies of short-term exposure (Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants ; Levy et al. ; Samet et al. a, b; Zanobetti et al. ).The literature on health outcomes associated with long-term PM exposures has been ://   Erin York Cornwell is a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Sociology at Cornell University. She was the project coordinator for the first wave of the National Social Life, Health, and Aging Project (NSHAP), which provided the data for this ://


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Relationships between marital status and mortality in North Carolina by North Carolina. Public Health Statistics Branch Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this study, we examine the relationship between marital status and change in marital status on three cardiovascular outcomes (hypertension, CHD, and diabetes) as well as all-cause mortality. Earlier studies have suffered from the inability to disentangle the direction and association of observed relationships between cardiovascular outcomes   Evidence suggests that socioeconomic resources, health behaviors, and psycho-physical health status are the key factors mediating the relation between marital status and mortality (5, 7, 20).

However, longitudinal research on how these associations unfold over the life course is still in its infancy and remains largely :// 1 Introduction. Access to healthcare insurance 1 and expenditures on healthcare, 2 have been shown to have little effect on health.

On the other hand, there is a large and positive correlation between education and health (Grossman and Kaestner ).This correlation is strong and significant even after controlling for different measures of socio-economic status, such as income and race, and Accordingly, it is quite likely that the relationship between subjective usefulness and mortality may be confounded by self-rated health.

However, significant relationships remained even after adjustment for self-rated health, indicating that subjective usefulness affects the mortality among older adults independent of self-rated :// (Reuters Health) - A person’s current marital status and past marital losses may be related to their survival odds after a stroke, a new study ://   Provo, Utah, United States of America, 3Department of Epidemiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States of America Abstract Background:The quality and quantity of individuals’ social relationships has been linked not only to mental health but also to both morbidity and ://?id=/&.

The link between social relationships and mortality is currently much less understood than other risk factors; nonetheless there is substantial experimental, cross-sectional, and prospective evidence linking social relationships with multiple pathways associated with mortality (see for review).

Existing models for reducing risk of mortality may ?id=/ Introduction. As the population ages and life expectancy increases in the USA, living a longer high-quality life in good health is becoming more important to the public health community, the medical community, and individuals (Moriarty et al.

; Netuveli and Blane ; Sondik et al. ).Questionnaires used on a variety of surveys are used to monitor the concept of health-related quality Original data: Kendall, Katharine Kerr.

Caswell County, North Carolina Will Books, ; Tax List; and Guardians' Accounts, (Published With) Caswell County, North Carolina INTRODUCTION. Tea is frequently consumed by people in almost all countries and is the most common beverage after water. 1 In China, tea (pronounced as “Cha” in Chinese) refers to all types of tea that are made from the leaves of the plant Camellia China is a huge country that spans across regions with distinct climate, culture and traditions, the predominant type of tea in For the mortality analyses, % of values were imputed for the marital status and hap- piness categorical variable, % for parenthood status, % for education, % for   Also, the relationships between marital status, income, smoking history, and psychotropic medication use and mortality were different between men and women, as shown by the Breslow-Day test of homogeneity of the effect across the predictors between strata.

28 Only psychotropic medication use, however, was significantly different between men and The inverse relation between socioeconomic status (SES) and health is a well-documented epidemiologic observation. Studies carried out in the United States (1 – 19), Canada (20 – 22), Europe (23 – 29), the Netherlands (), Scandinavia (31 – 34), Israel (), Russia (), and New Zealand have found that socioeconomically disadvantaged individuals have higher mortality than persons with   Table 2 shows odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) of the association between exposure using downscaler-derived PM and O 3 for risk of total and cause-specific mortality.

All models were adjusted for same day's temperature and dew point temperature. We observed positive associations between PM exposure and risk of total and cardiovascular :// This article examines the impact of familial social support ties (indicated by marital status, kin availability, sources of economic support, and frequency and quality of emotional interaction) on subjective health perception among a sample of elderly men and women aged 60 and older in South India.

We used survey data from three states of South India: Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and :// Objectives The study investigated the relationship between marital status and education level on HIV/AIDS mortality in rural KwaZulu-Natal in the period The specific objectives were; :// Includes Birth Certificates from all North Carolina Counties North Carolina still births,; fetal death indexes, Free.

Images Available. No Index. FamilySearch. North Carolina Birth Index, $. Index. This database is an index to almost 7 million births and deaths occurring in North Carolina between Although much evidence has accrued in research over the past 20 years on the strong causal associations between social relationships and health and longevity, important gaps remain in our understanding of the mechanisms, timing, and duration of these associations.

This study integrates social and biological disciplinary perspectives and research to examine how social relationships “get under When functional status, marital status, cognitive status, self-rated health, and perceived social support are added to this model, however, the odds of mortality from depression   Marital Status and Suicide in the National Longitudinal Mortality Study: Introduction: Previous studies have reported a link between marital status and suicide They have shown that married.

Marital status has been implicated in some European studies as a factor affecting CRC screening participation, but the effect of marital status on CRC screening participation in the US population is unknown. In this study, we aim to identify the association between marital status and participation in CRC screening in the United L oneliness is a common, distressing feeling that arises from the assessment that one’s social relationships are inadequate (Hawkley & Cacioppo, ; Pinquart & Sorenson, ).Recent research in Western countries suggests that between 20% and 40% of older adult feel lonely (Savikko, Routasalo, Tilvis, Strandberg, & Pitkälä, ).These feelings of loneliness are associated with a number Although relationships between social conditions and health have been documented for centuries, the past few decades have witnessed the emergence of socioeconomic gradients in health and mortality