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(European journal of public health[TA])
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  • Inequalities in the economic consequences of depression and anxiety in Europe: a systematic scoping review. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Public Health 2019 Jul 13
  • Linder A, Gerdtham UG, … Saha S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings imply that the economic consequences of depression differ between population subgroups in Europe. This could have an impact on social stratification, shifting people who experience mental ill-health to lower SES groups or reinforcing an already disadvantaged position. More research is needed on unequal economic consequences of depression and anxiety in different population subgroups in Europe.
  • Women's excess unhealthy life years: disentangling the unhealthy life years gap. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Public Health 2019 Jul 05
  • Nusselder WJ, Cambois EM, … Robine JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Lower mortality and higher disability prevalence contributed to women's longer life expectancy with disability. Women's higher disability prevalence due to non-fatal disabling conditions was partly offset by lower disability from heart disease and accidents. Conditions differentially impact gender differences in ULY, depending on whether they are mainly life-threatening or disabling. The conclusions confirm the health-survival paradox.
  • Perinatal health of refugee and asylum-seeking women in Sweden 2014-17: a register-based cohort study. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Public Health 2019 Jul 04
  • Liu C, Ahlberg M, … Stephansson O
  • CONCLUSIONS: Refugee, asylum-seeking and undocumented migrant women were vulnerable during pregnancy and childbirth. Living without residence permits negatively affected self-rated health, pregnancy and birth outcomes in asylum-seekers and undocumented migrants. Pregnant migrant women's special needs should be addressed by those involved in the asylum reception process and by health care providers.
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