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Late life socioeconomic status and hypertension in an aging cohort

M. Maya McDoom, Priya Palta, Priya Vart, Stephen P. Juraschek, Anna Kucharska-Newton, Ana V. Diez Roux, Josef Coresh
2018 Journal of Hypertension  
To investigate the association between individual and area-level socioeconomic status and hypertension risk among individuals later in life.  ...  Sources of funding: The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities study has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health  ...  , Department of Health and Human Services, under Contract nos.  ... 
doi:10.1097/hjh.0000000000001696 pmid:29621068 pmcid:PMC6453664 fatcat:63yiwni4pffm7owqxbwkabhefy

Racial Differences in Depression Trajectories among Older Women

Naomi J. Spence, Daniel E. Adkins, Matthew E. Dupre
2011 Journal of Health and Social Behavior  
The findings highlight the importance of physical health, family, and socioeconomic status in racial disparities in mental health.  ...  account for much of the racial gap in depressive symptoms; and (3) marital status moderates race differences in distress.  ...  This study was supported in part by National Institute of Mental Health grant K01MH093731 awarded to Daniel E. Adkins.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022146511410432 pmid:22021654 pmcid:PMC3973726 fatcat:t4wtwvvaq5fopbljo5pslz5yfa

NEIGHBORHOOD SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, RACE, AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN LATE LIFE

2015 The gerontologist  
We explored the cancer journey of older Latino men from Cuba, Mexico, Colombia and Venezuela looking at how they managed the complicated health care system.  ...  Interviews were conducted in Spanish, audiotaped, transcribed, and translated into English. Data were analyzed using a constant comparison method to identify emerging themes.  ...  NEIGHBORHOOD SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, RACE, AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN LATE LIFE A. Rosso 1 , J.D. Flatt 1 , G. Lovasi 2 , M. Carlson 3 , A.V. Diez Roux 4 , K. Matthews 1 , C. Rosano 1 , P.  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/gnv297.02 fatcat:rgkba5timva7bla4qtq5r2l6be

UNEQUAL ENVIRONMENTS AND RACE/ETHNIC DISPARITIES IN HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES

2015 The gerontologist  
Future measures of multimorbidity should account for severity across life stages in order to promote well-being in later life.  ...  The extent to which multimorbidity is associated with health and well-being is influenced by the number of conditions, the specific disease combinations, as well as the general health outcome.  ...  Otherwise the importance of later life socioeconomic status on health will be overrated.  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/gnv500.05 fatcat:okmbel52q5fntcqwjuboexvj7u

Mother's education and late-life disparities in memory and dementia risk among US military veterans and non-veterans

Anusha M Vable, Chloe W Eng, Elizabeth Rose Mayeda, Sanjay Basu, Jessica R Marden, Rita Hamad, M Maria Glymour
2018 Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health  
Adverse childhood socioeconomic status (cSES) predicts higher late-life risk of memory loss and dementia.  ...  We test whether cSES disparities in late-life memory and dementia are smaller among veterans than non-veterans. Methods: Data came from U.S.  ...  Introduction A growing literature links childhood socioeconomic status (cSES) with cognitive function in late life [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1136/jech-2018-210771 pmid:30082424 pmcid:PMC6226315 fatcat:brp2lkfgdjgadisvnswkhntug4

PROJECT TALENT THEN AND NOW: NEW DATA FOR A STUDY OF THE LIFE COURSE

2015 The gerontologist  
early and later-life cognitive and physical health.  ...  to the joint effects of early-life (dis)advantage and early-adulthood military service on health and well-being in later life.  ...  Our aim is to examine the joint influence of military service status and (dis)advantageous late-adolescent family and community socioeconomic statuses, cognitive ability, and social and health characteristics  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/gnv167.02 fatcat:amfgy5afpzbaljigta2gxohome

The Surgery of Poverty

William P. Schecter, Anthony G. Charles, Edward E. Cornwell, Peter Edelman, John E. Scarborough
2011 Current problems in surgery  
Cancer disparities by race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status. CA Cancer J Clin. 2004 Mar-Apr;54(2):78-93.  ...  Impact of Race, Age, and Socioeconomic Status on Participation in Pancreatic Cancer Clinical Trials. Pancreas. 2010 May 7. • Baquet CR, Ellison GL, Mishra SI.  ...  Race, Ethnicity, Poverty and HealthLife expectancy for African-Americans lower than for white Americans (1, 2) • Racial disparities for access to: -Coronary A/G and angioplasty (3, 4, 5, 6) -Cardiac  ... 
doi:10.1067/j.cpsurg.2010.12.003 pmid:21376937 fatcat:ajjlsvvlovdddilsk7ot5xpzma

Health disparities in mid-to-late life: The role of earlier life family and neighborhood socioeconomic conditions

Rucker C. Johnson, Robert F. Schoeni, Jeannette A. Rogowski
2012 Social Science and Medicine  
family socioeconomic status and young adult neighborhood matter to explain the lasting importance of earlier life conditions on late-life health?  ...  Secondly, having low family socioeconomic status and living in disadvantaged socioeconomic neighborhood environments as young adults are highly predictive of health problems in mid-to-late life.  ...  Within-Neighborhood Estimates of Effects of Young Adult Family SES on Mid to Late-life Health  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.10.021 pmid:22212443 pmcid:PMC4100798 fatcat:vdbzgkufpje6jeixmxhhtfwl5q

Introduction to the Special Issue

Sarah Gehlert, Darrell L. Hudson
2013 Race and Social Problems  
Using a similar level of inquiry, Sacks examines the intersection of socioeconomic status, race, and health.  ...  and socioeconomic status in health research, (2) considering newly conceptualized social determinants of health, and (3) advancing our understanding of how determinants at different levels interact with  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12552-013-9096-8 pmid:25061482 pmcid:PMC4105982 fatcat:lgbdi3bilza3zpa5owl7vf4uni

Nativity differences in lifecourse socioeconomic position and late‐life cognition among KHANDLE participants

Rachel Peterson, Kristen M George, Paola Gilsanz, Elizabeth Rose Mayeda, M Maria Glymour, Dan M Mungas, Charles DeCarli, Rachel A Whitmer
2020 Alzheimer's & Dementia  
Socioeconomic position (SEP) in childhood and adulthood is associated with late-life cognition. Less is known about how SEP changes may be associated with late-life cognition in diverse cohorts.  ...  Methods: The Kaiser Healthy Aging and Diverse Life Experiences Study (KHANDLE) is a cohort of community-dwelling Kaiser Permanente members who reside in the San Francisco Bay area and Sacramento valley  ...  cultural factors influence late-life brain health and cognitive decline and contribute to race/ethnic disparities.  ... 
doi:10.1002/alz.045399 fatcat:neudf3dntndivmh4wmkxzdvar4

Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Cognitive Function in Late Life

Andrea L. Rosso, Jason D. Flatt, Michelle C. Carlson, Gina S. Lovasi, Caterina Rosano, Arleen F. Brown, Karen A. Matthews, Peter J. Gianaros
2016 American Journal of Epidemiology  
, health, and individual socioeconomic status (education, income, lifetime occupational status) variables.  ...  Neighborhood socioeconomic status (NSES) is associated with cognitive function, independently of individual demographic, health, and socioeconomic characteristics.  ...  decline in cognitive function in late life.  ... 
doi:10.1093/aje/kwv337 pmid:27257114 pmcid:PMC4908209 fatcat:7yx45nqgonehvdjnczn3cpg3mq

Heterogeneity in Multidimensional Health Trajectories of Late Old Years and Socioeconomic Stratification: A Latent Trajectory Class Analysis

K. Wickrama, J. A. Mancini, K. Kwag, J. Kwon
2012 The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences  
This facilitates the understanding of the associations between life-course experiences and health in late old age that ultimately have implications for prevention and intervention.  ...  This study examines (a) the heterogeneity in individual multidimensional health trajectories and (b) the socioeconomic stratification of individual multidimensional health trajectories during the late  ...  Wickrama planned the study, supervised the data analysis, and wrote the paper. J. Mancini helped write the paper and contributed to revising the paper. K.  ... 
doi:10.1093/geronb/gbs111 pmid:23197341 fatcat:6kjkkqfveje7vaxvlwrhmjhonq

The Long-Term Consequences of Childbearing

Naomi J. Spence
2008 Research on Aging  
Late childbearing is associated with more depressive symptoms net of early life and current SES, child proximity and support, and physical health.  ...  Growing evidence points to a relationship between early childbearing and number of children, or parity, and health outcomes later in life (e.g., Grundy and Holt 2000; Mirowsky and Ross 2002) .  ...  Elder, Jr. for his Demography of Aging and the Life Course training grant (5 T32 AG00155-14). I would like to thank Isaac W. Eberstein, Andrew M.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0164027508322575 pmid:19122886 pmcid:PMC2565801 fatcat:k2btkcykzndhlbwzoc6dnz2hby

The "Long Arm" of Childhood Health

Kenzie Latham
2014 Research on Aging  
A growing body of research underscores the early origins of health in later life; however, relatively little is known about the relationship between childhood physical health and adult mental health.  ...  Individuals who experience childhood disability may accumulate more physical impairment over the life course, thus experiencing worse mental health such as greater depressive symptoms in late midlife.  ...  Childhood mental health and socioeconomic status (SES) were also included in the analyses in an attempt to control for early-life events such as childhood socioeconomic disadvantage and family (or biological  ... 
doi:10.1177/0164027514522276 pmid:25651552 pmcid:PMC4318263 fatcat:xcv4wtbin5d43dyiz3zrsrkpb4

Socioeconomic status over the life-course and adult bone mineral density: The Midlife in the U.S. Study

Carolyn J. Crandall, Sharon Stein Merkin, Teresa E. Seeman, Gail A. Greendale, Neil Binkley, Arun S. Karlamangla
2012 Bone  
age, menopausal transition stage, race, gender, body weight, smoking, physical activity in several life stages, and research site.  ...  Adult bone mass depends on acquisition in childhood and decline in adulthood, and may be influenced by socioeconomic conditions over the entire life course.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by National Institutes of Health grant numbers 1R01AG033067, R01-AG-032271, and P01-AG-020166.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bone.2012.04.009 pmid:22543227 pmcid:PMC3371160 fatcat:g7vao37rffbbnkqx7quiiadav4
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