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Objective: To study sex differences in health after stressful life events in the family. Method: We examined the association between a serious event death or severe illness of spouse, death or severe illness of other family member, death of close relative and health among 6, male and 21, female public sector employees in Finland by repeated measures Poisson regression analysis with the generalized estimating equations method.
The longitudinal data comprised self-reports of 3, events and their timing in ormonthly sickness absences between andand psychiatric morbidity and suboptimal health 0 to 3 months, 4 to 6 months, or 7 to 12 months after the event. Adjustments were made for age, education, and marital status. : Exposure to stressful events was associated with a greater increase in sickness absence and a longer recovery period among women than among men. For the women, death or illness in the family was also associated with self-reported health problems irrespective of the time lag between the event and the measurement of health, whereas for the men, this association was found only in the first months after the event.
Conclusion: Our findings suggest that women are more vulnerable than men in the aftermath of a death or illness in their extended family. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features! Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. Search: Search. Advanced Clipboard. Display options Display options. Create file Cancel. citation Subject: 1 selected item: - PubMed. Format: Summary Summary text Abstract Abstract text. MeSH and other data. Send Cancel. Add to Collections Create a new collection Add to an existing collection.
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The Contribution of Specific Causes of Death to Sex Differences in Mortality