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Sammenhængen mellem livsstil, socioøkonomiske faktorer, socialt netværk og suboptimalt selvvurderet helbred

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Mag.scient.soc. Lars Iversen, cand.polyt. Ditte Johansen & Morten N. Grønbæk
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Ugeskr Læger 2002;164(11): 1497-501.
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501.- 1497
Summary The relation between life-style, socio-economic factors, social network, and suboptimal self-assessed health. Ugeskr Læger 2002; 164: 1497-501. Introduction: The aim of the present study was to assess the relation between these life-style factors and suboptimal self-reported health. Methods: A cross-sectional study was carried out on a random sample of 12,040 men and women from Copenhagen, who had answered a questionnaire regarding smoking, alcohol intake, physical activity, socio-economic status, social network, and self-perceived health. Results: Smoking, high alcohol intake, and physical inactivity are strongly associated with a suboptimal self-reported health. Discussion: The assumption of a correlation between a high quality of life and a shorter life cannot be confirmed by this study.
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