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  1. Gender and sex independently associate with common somatic symptoms and lifetime prevalence of chronic disease

    Ballering, A. V., Bonvanie, I. J., Olde Hartman, T. C., Monden, R. & Rosmalen, J. G. M., May-2020, In : Social Science & Medicine. 253, 11 p., 112968.

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  2. Why don't health care frontline professionals do more for segregated Roma? Exploring mechanisms supporting unequal care practices

    Belak, A., Filakovska Bobakova, D., Madarasova Geckova, A., van Dijk, J. P. & Reijneveld, S. A., Feb-2020, In : Social Science & Medicine. 246, 10 p., 112739.

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  3. The pains and reliefs of the transitions into and out of spousal caregiving. A cross-national comparison of the health consequences of caregiving by gender

    Uccheddu, D., Gauthier, A. H., Steverink, N. & Emery, T., Nov-2019, In : Social Science & Medicine. 240, 9 p., 112517.

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  4. The effects of socioeconomic incongruity in the neighbourhood on social support, self-esteem and mental health in England

    Albor, C., Uphoff, E. P., Stafford, M., Ballas, D., Wilkinson, R. G. & Pickett, K. E., 1-Jan-2014, In : Social Science and Medicine. 111, p. 1-9 9 p.

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  5. Economic conditions at birth and cardiovascular disease risk in adulthood: Evidence from post-1950 cohorts

    Alessie, R. J. M., Angelini, V., van den Berg, G. J., Mierau, J. O. & Viluma, L., Mar-2019, In : Social Science and Medicine. 224, p. 77-84 8 p.

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