Marital status and occupation in relation to short-term case fatality after a first coronary event - a population based cohort
- THE EFFECT OF RELATIONSHIP STATUS ON PERCEIVED ATTRACTIVENESS. O’HAGEN, SEAN; JOHNSON, AMANDA; LARDI, GINA; KEENAN, JULIAN PAUL // Social Behavior & Personality: an international journal;2003, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p291
The effect of relationship availability on perceived attractiveness is a key component to social relations. Experiment 1 tested 90 female college students, having them read a vignette description of a hypothetical male who was either single, involved, or married. Participants rated the male on 5...
- Forbes.com ranks Cleveland 28th best city for singles. // Crain's Cleveland Business;8/1/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 31, p8
The article presents information on the result of a survey according to which Cleveland, Ohio was ranked 28th among 40 cities in the U.S. for single life. According to a report posted last week at Forbes.com, Cleveland ranks 28th among 40 U.S. cities for single life. The rankings were based on...
- Recent Marriage patterns in South Africa 1996-2007. Palamuleni, M. E. // Bangladesh e-Journal of Sociology;2010, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p47
Marriages in South Africa, like elsewhere in the world, are undergoing changes. Early and universal marriages if they ever existed are no longer the norm. The aim of this study is to examine emerging marriage patterns in South Africa using the 1996 and 2001 population censuses and the 2007...
- Marital status shows a strong protective effect on long-term mortality among first acute myocardial infarction-survivors with diagnosed hyperlipidemia â€“ Findings from the MONICA/KORA myocardial infarction registry. Quinones, Philip Andrew; Kirchberger, Inge; Heier, Margit; Kuch, Bernhard; Trentinaglia, Ines; Mielck, Andreas; Peters, Annette; von Scheidt, Wolfgang; Meisinger, Christa // BMC Public Health;2014, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1
Background Reduction of long term mortality by marital status is well established in general populations. However, effects have been shown to change over time and differ considerably by cause of death. This study examined the effects of marital status on long term mortality after the first acute...
- Myocardial infarction risk and occupational categories in Kaunas 25-64 year old men. Malinauskiene, V.; Grazuleviciene, R.; Nieuwenhuijsen, M.J.; Azaraviciene, A. // Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Nov2002, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p745
Investigates the risk of a first time myocardial infarction (MI) among different occupational categories in 25-64 year old men in Kaunas, Lithuania. Relation between MI and occupational categories; Distribution of first time myocardial infarction cases and controls by age; Risk factors of first...
- Money, Lifestyle, or Values? Why Medical Students Choose Subspecialty Versus General Pediatric Careers. Newton, Dale A.; Grayson, Martha S.; Thompson, Lori Foster // Clinical Pediatrics;Feb2010, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p116
Although there are many published studies on factors associated with medical student career choice, few are specific to pediatric careers, and even fewer address the choice between general and subspecialty pediatric training. Fourth-year medical students surveyed at 2 schools reported their...
- Matters of the heart. Lewandowski, Joe // Better Nutrition;Nov2002, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p48
Relates the experiences of couples for having heart attacks in the U.S. Symptoms observed by the couple; Medications taken; Changes in the lifestyle of the couple. INSET: Heart beat..
- Complications of aging. Lundy, Emily // Malakoff News (TX);11/08/2013, Vol. 104 Issue 45, p5
The article focuses on the complications of aging, including a discussion on the factors that increase the incidence of heart attacks including having a sedentary lifestyle.
- 6. CHARACTERISTICS OF MEMBERS OF HOUSEHOLDS. // Montenegro Household Survey;Jun2002, Issue 4, p35
Provides information on the characteristics of the members of households in Montenegro. Level of education; Marital status; Gender and age.