1 edition of Association between marital status and health found in the catalog.
Association between marital status and health
Manoj K. Pandey
Includes bibliographical references (p. 19-23).
|Statement||Manoj K. Pandey|
|Series||Discussion paper series -- no. 140/2009|
|Contributions||Institute of Economic Growth (India)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||2010319359|
The association between access to care and blood pressure control among individuals with hypertension: Evidence from The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) cohort The association between self-reported violence and mental health outcomes among urban refugees and asylum seekers in Malaysia. In addition to these two main structural explanations, the relationship between singlehood and integration could be due to a number of compositional differences by marital status, especially in race/ethnicity and health (Waite & Gallagher, ) as well as differences in kin composition and proximity (Cooney & Uhlenberg, ; Rossi & Rossi Cited by:
There are many indications that the combination of religious practice and stable marital relationships contributes to a strong and successful next generation. Social science shows that stable marriage is associated with improved physical, intellectual, mental, and emotional health of men, women, and children, and equips them with the values and habits that promote . marital status continue today. Belloc and colleagues2 published a fol-low-up study that examined the relation-ship between physical health status and health practices. Using data from the Alameda cohort, Belloc and colleagues2 examined nightly hours of sleeping, regu-larity of meals, physical activity, alcohol consumption, and smoking File Size: KB.
Table 2 presents regression models to examine how marital status and family processes relate to psychological distress. Three models were fit, each time adjusting for more covariates, to explore the association of interactions between marital status, gender, and family processes with psychological by: 9. Association of marital status and offers of employer-based health insurance for employed women aged United States, (OCoLC) Simpson, Jessica L. Association of marital status and offers of employer-based health insurance for employed women aged United States,
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Diego De Leo, Karolina Krysinska, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Marital Status and Sexual Orientation. There is a strong association between marital status and suicide: divorced, widowed, and separated persons have the highest suicide rates, while married people have lower suicide rates than never married individuals.
The paper examines the association between marital status and self-reported health status of Indian adults. A nationally representative cross-sectional. The timing data on marital status and mental disorder allows survival analysis to be used to examine the Association between marital status and health book between marital status and subsequent first onset of mental disorder.
This approach avoids the problem of insufficient control for history of disorder and helps reduce selection bias by excluding situations where the prior Cited by: The Present Study and Hypotheses. This study addresses gaps in the literature by extending the marital discord model to test a precise model in which husbands’ and wives’ specific marital conflict styles serve as potential mediators in the relations between marital adjustment and depressive symptoms.
Specification and testing of a specific process-oriented model is Cited by: Downloadable. The paper examines the association between marital status and self-reported health status of Indian adults.
A nationally representative cross-sectional data surveyed by National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) in is used. Results confirm linkages between marital status and health and show that this relationship is sensitive to the age and gender.
This chapter begins with a description of prominent conceptualizations of social support. It discusses current knowledge of this topic, paying particular attention to the challenges of assessing both the mechanisms underlying the association between social support and mental health and the causal direction of this association.
between education and health, Montez et al. () have documented a negative relationship between years of education and mortality risk for attainment less than high school graduation, a steep decline for high school graduates (with reduction of risk five times greater than attributableFile Size: KB.
Chi-square tests revealed that book readers differed from non-book readers in that a higher proportion was female, college educated, and in the higher-wealth group (all p Cited by: Married people are generally healthier than unmarried people, as measured by numerous health outcomes.
To investigate the complex relationship between marriage and health, this review scrutinizes recent research, focusing on studies that use rigorous statistical methods to examine whether marriage is a cause of these better health outcomes.
Full structural equation model (Figure 5) shows the associations of the socio-demographic characteristics, perceived social support, various aspects of marital relationship circumstances and the effects of these relationships on mental health status of married women.
The overall model fits to the data reasonably well (TLI =CFI = Cited by: Background: Marital status is one of the socio-economic factors associated with health. Several studies have indicated a significant association between marital status and insomnia. Focuses on the nature and magnitude of the association between depression and marital dissatisfaction (i.e., partners' subjective evaluations of their relationship).
The cross-sectional and longitudinal research on the association between depression (assessed in terms of both symptomatology and diagnostic disorder) and marital dissatisfaction is first reviewed, followed Cited by: Marital circumstances have been indicated to be a salient risk factor for disproportionately high prevalence of depression and anxiety among Pakistani women.
Although social support is a known buffer of psychological distress, there is no clear evidence as to how different aspects of marital relations interact and associate with depression and anxiety in the Cited by: Downloadable (with restrictions).
Aims Associations between marital status and self-rated health were investigated, adjusting for material conditions and trust (social capital).Methods The public-health survey in Skåne is a cross-sectional study.
A total of 27, persons aged years answered a postal questionnaire, which represents 59% of the random sample. In addition to marital status, marital conflict and distress is a risk factor for negative health outcomes. In a meta‐analysis of fifty years of research describing associations between marital quality and physical health, Robles et : Sarah B.
Woods, Jacob B. Priest, Tara L. Signs, Candice A. Maier. Effects of Marital Status on Mortality after Controlling for Health. As men age, their health declines and the risk of mortality increases.
Not surprisingly, however, the level of risk is tied to marital status: married men in their 50s, 60s, and 70s have lower mortality rates than those who are unmarried (never married, divorced, or widowed).Cited by: 1.
The association between married status and earlier stage at presentation identified in this study may reflect better access to care for married versus unmarried patients, 34 although even in nations with universal access to free care, such as Denmark, sociodemographic factors affect outcome in a multitude of health conditions.
35–37 Marital Cited by: 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.
Get this from a library. The association of marital status and workload to depression and the moderating effect of gender. [Elisa E Tagaloa] -- Abstract: Depression is a serious but common medical condition in the United States. The aim of the present study was to understand the influence of common day lifestyles such as excessive workload.
Marriage and health are closely related. Married people experience lower morbidity and mortality across such diverse health threats as cancer, heart attacks, and surgery. There are gender differences in these effects which may be partially due to men's and women's relative status.
Most research on marriage and health has focused on heterosexual couples, and more work is. PURPOSE: This study was designed to examine the impact of marital status on racial disparities in esophageal cancer care.
PATIENTS AND METHODS: We performed a secondary analysis of data collected from the state cancer registry maintained by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. We identified patients with an esophageal cancer diagnosis between.
Lui has studied marital status and health. She says there are multiple arguments to be made both in favor and against marriage being beneficial to health. Association writes that a .For reporting our results in APA style, we may write something like “An association between education and marital status was observed, χ 2 (12) =p = ” Chi-Square Independence Test - Software.
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