Socioeconomic Status and Cardiovascular Disease
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The paper reveals that inequalities in socioeconomic status can often be traced to childhood deprivation and patterns of upbringing, and, research indicates that several variables can be modified to reflect the changed realities. The paper takes a look at the recent trends in sociobiological research to demonstrate the impact of education, lifestyle, employment conditions (rewards, incentives, stress-free life) and so forth at the biological markers to effect a successful outcome in terms of cardiovascular and health benefits. The paper also highlights several international case studies from both the developed and developing societies toward this end.
From the Paper:"The contribution of socio-economic status to the incidence of heart disease in a number of societies has been traced to several measures of social inequality. Recent studies have explained coronary risk in terms of individual patterns of behaviour and stressful social and psychological conditions. The paper is an update on the socioeconomic variables of low status, childhood and developmental issues, employment hassles and effort-reward imbalance and their implications for cardiovascular disease risk, to assist in the design of an intervention program at the individual, socioeconomic and socio-psychological levels."
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