Housing type, location of residence and health status in Australian baby boomers: Results from the Australian Baby Boomer (ABBA) Study
INTRODUCTION: Baby Boomers are working and living longer than their pre-war counterparts, and are more likely to live in high density urban housing. This paper examines the relationship between housing type, working status and location of residence on health status in Baby Boomers. METHODS: We investigated location of residence and housing type in 1009 participants of the Ageing Baby Boomers in Australia (ABBA) Study to identify any predictors of, or correlations between, these variables and...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australasian Journal on Ageing (Epub ahead of print)|
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