Oral health and social and emotional well-being in a birth cohort of Aboriginal Australian young adults

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p656
Academic Journal
The article offers information on a study conducted by the authors related to association of social and emotional well-being with oral health of aboriginal young adults of Australia. It states that data was collected on several well-being factors like depression, anxiety and suicide. It mentions that poor oral health was associated with these factors and anxiety was more in females who face racial discrimination.


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