Health and social indicators among monks, prisoners and other adult members of an Open University cohort in Thailand
This study has brought together two seemingly socially extreme population subgroups to compare their health and social well-being. These groups had in common restricted living arrangements and aspirational enrollment. As well, they are part of the population-based Thai Cohort Study (TCS) of 87,134 adult Open University students residing throughout the country. Analysis was restricted to men aged 20-39 years resulting in 711 monks, 195 prisoners and 29,713 other cohort members. For physical...[Show more]
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