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Socio-demographic predictors of self-rated health in the Republic of Ireland: findings from the National Survey on Lifestyle, Attitudes and Nutrition, SLAN
Though Ireland continues to have a poor health profile compared with other European Union countries, previous research on social variations has been limited. For the first time in the Republic of Ireland, the influence on ...
Health and lifestyle inequalities: the emerging Ireland.
(Cambridge University Press, 2002-09)
The level of health inequalities has developed in Ireland in a similar way as in other Western developed countries. Socially disadvantaged people suffer worse health outcomes, some dietary related, throughout life compared ...
Impact evaluation of an oral health intervention amongst primary school children in Ireland.
(Oxford Journals, 2002-06)
A pilot oral health programme was developed which aimed to improve dental health knowledge and behaviour amongst Irish school children aged 7-12 years. The programme comprised two integral components: a television campaign, ...
Measures of self-reported morbidity according to age, gender and general medical services eligibility in the national survey of lifestyles, attitudes and nutrition.
Reported rates of morbidity are given for angina, heart attack, stroke, raised blood pressure, cholesterol,diabetes mellitus and for other general conditions as well as difficulty with hearing and glasses/contact lens use. ...