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A life course approach to women’s health
  1. T R B Johnson

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    D Kuh, R Hardy. (Pp 419; £37.50). Oxford University Press, 2002. ISBN 0-19-263289-2

    I am grateful to have had the opportunity to review this book. By combining “life course epidemiology,” which the authors define as “the study of biological and social factors acting independently, interactively and cumulatively during gestation, childhood, adolescence, and adult life on health outcomes in later life” with the study of women’s health, they have given us a …

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