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Long-term effects of reproductive history on all-cause mortality among adults in rural Bangladesh.

Abstract:

A woman's risk of dying is altered during pregnancy and immediately postpartum. Moreover, physiological and social changes associated with pregnancy may have long-term effects on mortality. Comparing these long-term associations among women and their husbands may provide insights into the nature of such a relationship. In this cohort study, we examine the association between reproductive history and all-cause mortality among ever-married women and men after age 45 in Matlab, Bangladesh, using...

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Ronsmans, C More by this author
Campbell, OM More by this author
Kenward, M More by this author
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Journal:
Studies in family planning
Volume:
35
Issue:
3
Pages:
189-196
Publication date:
2004-09-05
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EISSN:
1728-4465
ISSN:
0039-3665
URN:
uuid:483ea187-c9b8-48bb-8004-b62afd1ab842
Source identifiers:
484107
Local pid:
pubs:484107

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