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Favourable changes in economic well-being and self-rated health among the elderly
Adverse economic shocks exert an influence on health perceptions, but little is known about the effect of sudden positive changes in a person’s financial situation on self-rated health, particularly among low income people. ...
Correlates of longitudinal leukocyte telomere length in the Costa Rican Longevity Study of Healthy Aging (CRELES): On the importance of DNA collection and storage procedures
The objective is to identify cofactors of leukocyte telomere length (LTL) in a Latin American population, specifically the association of LTL with 36 socio-demographic, early childhood, and health characteristics, as well ...
Estacionalidad de la mortalidad en los trópicos. El caso de Costa Rica, 1970-2016
Seasonal Variation of Mortality in the Tropics. The Case of Costa Rica, 1970-2016
El objetivo de esta investigación es determinar la existencia y magnitud de ciclos de variación estacional en la mortalidad de Costa Rica de 1970 a 2016. Metodológicamente, el estudio se basa en microdatos de 630,000 ...
Life-course BMI and biomarkers in persons aged 60 years or older: a comparison of the USA and Costa Rica
Objective: There is a large literature linking current body mass index (BMI) to levels of cardiovascular risk biomarkers, but it is unknown whether measures of BMI earlier in the life course and maximum BMI are predictive ...
Costa Rican Longevity and Healthy Aging Study
The Costa Rican Longevity and Healthy Aging Study (CRELES, or Costa Rica Estudio de Longevidad y Envejecimiento Saludable) is a set of nationally representative longitudinal surveys of health and life-course experiences ...