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Policy Methods For Eliminating Child Labor

...poverty. Consequently, higher wages for, and lower unemployment among, adults will lead most parents to keep their children from working, they argue. "If we agree that sending children out to work is an act of desperation on the part of the parents, it seems reasonable to expect that parents would not send their ...

High-achieving children off to a good Head Start academically and socially, but study shows some are not 'turned on' by school

... family demographics, examining challenges, suchas unemployment and homelessness, and strengths, such as an income over thepoverty level or having a parent or caretaker with more than a high schooleducation. Families of the high-achievers had fewer children, access to slightlymore money and reported fewer challen...

Lack of private health insurance increases risk of dying, study finds

...r perhaps to other socioeconomic factors including unemployment and a lack of education, the study found. Individuals without health insurance also may delay seeking medical care, increasing the chance that a health condition will worsen and become life-threatening. Overall, the authors emphasized the importanc...

Male unemployment levels affect birthweight

... birthweight, according to researchers. "Rising unemployment can affect the health of individuals associated wi...en life's demands and available resources. Rising unemployment in the community at large can also induce stress, even in those not directly affected, by reducing s...

Gender differences apparent in psychological factors that predict later hypertension

...ciated with a 50 percent increase in hypertension, unemployment a 130 percent increase and feeling that they werent good at their job a 110 percent increase, Levenstein found. Adjusting for blood-pressure-raising health behaviors, such as smoking and obesity, reduced the impact of the psychosocial factors o...

Heavier white female workers earn less

...ence, number of years at the current job and local unemployment rates. The average weight of women in the sample was 148.6 pounds. The difference between women at the average weight and those who weighed more than 95 percent of the sample was 65 pounds. Previous studies of this question also have found that s...

Strong relationship between peasant farmers and city-dwellers in Zimbabwe

...f industrialisation, to bring a halt to the rising unemployment and decreasing economic growth. Jens Andersson studied the people of the rural Buhera district. Although farming is the main economic activity, it appears that the Buhera people mainly depend upon family members who have gone to the capital city to w...

American Thoracic Society Journal news tips for March (first issue)

...d COPD in 1994. The authors estimated that excess unemployment due to COPD was approximately 366,600 persons in 1994, and that total lost productivity due to the disease cost $9.9 billion in that year. The study was published in the first issue for March of the American Thoracic Societys peer-reviewed American ...

U.S. cancer mortality rates reflect changing socioeconomic patterns

...ch as education, occupation, median family income, unemployment rate, family poverty rate, and housing condition. The authors found that between 1950 and 1960, male cancer mortality was nearly 50% greater in the highest area socioeconomic group than in the lowest area socioeconomic group. However, this gap narro...

Occasional lack of health insurance results in less preventive care

...olicy at CWRU and MetroHealth. "Also, with higher unemployment and double digit health cost inflation, our increasingly service economy will not be able to support health insurance, increasing barriers to care for many employed folks," he says. In a study sample of 7,300 people, ages 51 to 61, who responded to ...

Childhood leukemia survivors not receiving radiation have same life expectancy as general population

...ue to the development of second cancer, and higher unemployment rates than the general population. In addition, fe...the earlier-onset tumors," Hudson said. The higher unemployment rates for patients who had received radiation treatment for ALL, and lower marital rates among irrad...

Losing a job near retirement age significantly increases risk of stroke

...their jobs. They found no link between involuntary unemployment and heart attack. The link with the incidence of s... more definitively assess the relationship between unemployment and stroke." Gallo said the findings reveal the need for increased health education concerning pote...

Prison stigma leads to poor health for African American men

...ety. Further, results showed that homelessness and unemployment prevented these African American men from maintaining healthy lifestyles and that in general, ethnic and minority groups suffer disproportionately from poor health. Lack of employment limits access to health care services and insurance, further keep...

Call for randomised criminal-justice trials

...y reduce incarceration days, reconviction rate, or unemployment days? The proposed court-based randomisation, designed to capture prescribed drug treatment and testing order and alternative sentence by court location, injector history, and crime type, would improve vastly on the current indiscipline of dataBecaus...

Adults taking eplileptic medications more likely to be unemployed

...dy published in the journal Epilepsia shows higher unemployment and a lower health-related quality of life (QoL) i...aking long-term AED therapy showed higher rates of unemployment and lower socioeconomic status. Subjects off medication had results similar to those of the control...

Cumulative trauma in adulthood can worsen health in later years

...before the age of 18; had either parent experience unemployment for a period of time before the age of 18 or had either parent die before the age of 18. From these study findings, said Dr. Krause, health practitioners can extrapolate why some older people fall ill while others do not. "It may be necessary t...

Young people face increasing risk of suicide in Scotland

...fluence suicide - such as drug misuse, divorce and unemployment - are likely to be more common in deprived areas. Young people living in deprived areas of Scotland should be considered a particularly 'at risk' group in the future....

Unemployed women at higher risk for cardiovascular disease

... a job." While results show an association between unemployment and cardiovascular disease and mental health, the ... differed significantly by race with homemaker and unemployment status having a more negative impact on African-American women's physical health. The odds of repor...

Job satisfaction? Not much for Britain's hard slog 'robot' workers

... to blame job insecurity, because over this period unemployment had fallen and other evidence suggested a falling ...s was increasing, unsurprisingly given the rise of unemployment throughout that period, and insecurity partly accounts for the decline in job satisfaction. But, say...

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