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Abstract: The debate around the relative influence of ideation versus development on fertility reduction has been on-going at least since Cleland & Wilson’s “iconoclastic view” of fertility transition was published in 1987. While there is fairly wide recognition that the diffusion of new...
Abstract: The relationship between socio-economic status (SES) and life expectancy for 1970 and 1990 is examined in eight states randomly selected from each of eight of the nine census divisions in the United States. High SES populations in seven of the eight states gained additional life...
Abstract: Interventions that include men during pregnancy and childbirth have shown to yield positive health benefits to women and their children. Most previous studies in India examined male involvement during pregnancy and childbirth using qualitative data. In order to gain a quantitative...
Abstract: Emergency contraception (EC) has been around for decades, but the first serious introduction and scale-up efforts started in the mid 1990’s. This paper reviews programmatic experiences that sought to expand access to emergency contraceptive pills (ECP) in Africa, Asia and Latin America...
Abstract: This paper uses the Finnish longitudinal population register to study mortality risks from ischemic heart disease (IHD) for people aged 65–79 years in the period 1981–2004. In spite of substantial reductions in IHD mortality over time, regional differences within Finland have remained...
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