By Lester Breslow
This four-volume reference deals the lay reader information regarding vital facets of the sciences, arts, functional abilities, association, crucial capabilities, and ancient traditions of the general public wellbeing and fitness box. v. 1. A-C -- v. 2. D-K -- v. three. L-R -- v. four S-Z
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S. Social Security program to preserve the long-term (75-year) fiscal integrity of the SSA trust fund. S. , at ages 65 and above) (Feldman, 1983). , due to social stress and environmental pollution) to increase the prevalence of chronic diseases. , Kramer, 1980; Gruenberg, 1977). These pessimistic arguments, however, were also based on insufficient longitudinal national morbidity and health data and thus were speculative. For example, many examples were taken from the mental health arena, where disease definition and diagnosis are often difficult and ambiguous.
Journal of Adolescent Health 28(5): 415–420. David HP (2006) Born unwanted, 35 years later: The Prague study. Reproductive Health Matters 14(27): 181–190. Fergusson DM, Horwood LJ, and Ridder EM (2006) Abortion in young women and subsequent mental health. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 47(1): 16–24. 11 Hardy E, Bugalho A, Fau´ndes A, Duarte GA, and Bique C (1997) Comparison of women having clandestine and hospital abortions: Maputo Mozambique. Reproductive Health Matters 9: 108–115.
S. community-resident severely disabled population. , 2006a). This illustrates that it is possible to increase productivity on a national level (here measured by the expenditures necessary to achieve a unit of disability reduction), even in LTC facilities for elderly residents, if efficient provision of existing rehabilitation services is emphasized. S. Medicaid program. The problem is that few other economically developed countries have been as successful as the United States in redefining the LTC system and in intervening in the health and function of the elderly and oldest-old population.
Encyclopedia of public health by Lester Breslow