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MatCH - Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health ...

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    Mother to complete about your birth children aged under 13 years (who live with you, at least part of the time) You may find it easier to do this survey online using your ID above.

EoI Submission Login - ALSWH Home

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    Expression of Interest Submission ... Login Page . WHA Home; For Researchers . Welcome to the WHA Expression of Interest Online submission area. Before continuing, please ensure that you've read the relevant documents listed in the For Researchers section of the ALSWH website.

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Heart disease in women in remote Australia: urban‐rural ...

    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/1753-6405.12016
    Rural‐urban differences in the prevalence of a number of chronic conditions have been identified, with rural residents more likely to have higher morbidity than their urban counterparts. 1-3 However, differences are not always consistent and variations may exist in particular diseases. 1 One possible reason is that many studies rely on a simple rural‐urban dichotomy that may conceal ...Cited by: 3

Why are death rates higher in rural areas? Evidence from ...

    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1753-6405.2010.00623.x
    Nov 25, 2010 · Participants. The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) is a prospective study of factors affecting the health and wellbeing of three cohorts of women, aged 18–23 years (‘1973–1978 cohort’), aged 45–50 years (‘1946–1951 cohort’) and aged 70–75 years (‘1921–1926 cohort’) at the time of Survey 1 in 1996.Cited by: 26

The Association of Health and Employment in Mature Women ...

    https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/jwh.2011.2872
    Mar 07, 2012 · Background: Despite a reduction in income inequalities between men and women, there is still a large gap between income and retirement savings of Australian men and women. This is especially true for women who have health or disability problems. Mature age women are closest to retirement and, therefore, have less chance than younger women to build up enough retirement savings and may …Cited by: 19

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