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Are geographic regions with high income inequality associated with risk of abdominal weight gain?


Social Science and Medicine 47(1): 1-6
Are geographic regions with high income inequality associated with risk of abdominal weight gain?
This study used a US mail survey of 34 158 male and 42 741 female healthy-adult volunteers to examine the association between residence in geographic regions with relative income inequality and the likelihood of weight gain at the waist.

Accession: 003046136

PMID: 9683373

DOI: 10.1016/s0277-9536(97)10081-8

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