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socioeconomic

of, relating to, or involving both economic and social factors
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Researchers analyzed the relationship between socioeconomic status over time and mortality in over 22,000 people recruited in the Moli-sani Study.
But can any person bring suit to demand 'adequate food,' 'adequate and decent housing,' 'universal and comprehensive healthcare,' a 'healthful environment and balanced ecology,' 'clean air, clean soil and clean surroundings,' to name only some of the socioeconomic rights in the Draft Bill of Rights?
The association between race and health behavior score was explained by individual socioeconomic factors (48.9 to 70.1 percent), psychosocial factors (20.3 to 30.0 percent), and neighborhood factors (22.1 to 41.4 percent) (P < 0.01 for all).
Dr Anwar said Abad was responsible for the socioeconomic development of the Punjab barani tract, which stretches over 13 districts in the province.
According to the study, there has not been much attention on the impact of subjective socioeconomic status on people's obesity in the study of diet-related health.
The socioeconomic rights, particularly, rights to health, education and decent housing are to be enshrined in the Bill of Rights under the proposed constitution to address social inequities and wide economic disparities in the country.
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between socioeconomic status and self-reported periodontal symptoms.
Key Word: Preschool children, dental caries frequency, socioeconomic status.
They found that between the ages of 11 and 12 years, when the children's right carotid artery was measured for maximum carotid intima-media thickness, both family and neighbourhood socioeconomic position were associated with carotid artery inner-layer thickness, and that family association was the strongest relationship.
To assess progress toward eliminating socioeconomic position disparities in diabetes prevalence, CDC used NHIS data for the periods 1999-2002 and 2011-2014 (4).
Objective: To study the prevalence of depression in University Students who belong to Middle, Upper Middle and Upper Socioeconomic status.
(8) A number of studies have been done previously on correlating maternal anaemia with various socioeconomic groups which were Colomer et al [1990], (9) Bentley and Griffiths [2003], (10) Dairo et al (2004), (11) Anorlu et al (2006).