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Life-course socioeconomic disadvantage and lung function: a multicohort study of 70 496 individuals

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Fraga, Sílvia
Moreira, Carla
Carmeli, Cristian
Lenoir, Alexandra
Steptoe, Andrew
Giles, Graham
Goldberg, Marcel
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Published in The European respiratory journal. 2021, vol. 57, no. 3
Abstract Lung function is an important predictor of health and a marker of physical functioning at older ages. This study aimed to quantify the years of lung function lost according to disadvantaged socioeconomic conditions across the life-course.
Keywords AdultAgedFemaleForced Expiratory VolumeHumansLung*MaleMiddle AgedRespiratory Function TestsRisk FactorsSocioeconomic FactorsVital Capacity
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PMID: 33214206
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European Commission: LIFEPATH
Swiss National Science Foundation: 33CS30_139468
Swiss National Science Foundation: 3200B0_105993, 3200B0_118308, 33CSCO_122661, 33CS30_139468 and 33CS30_14840
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ROCHA DA SILVA, Vania et al. Life-course socioeconomic disadvantage and lung function: a multicohort study of 70 496 individuals. In: European Respiratory Journal, 2021, vol. 57, n° 3. doi: 10.1183/13993003.01600-2020 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:156778

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