Socioeconomic status, health inequalities and non-communicable diseases: a systematic review
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AuthorLago, Santiago; Cantarero Prieto, David; Rivera, Berta; Pascual Sáez, Marta; Blázquez Fernández, Carla; Casal, Bruno; Reyes, Francisco
A comprehensive approach to health highlights its close relationship with the social and economic conditions, physical environment and individual lifestyles. However, this relationship is not exempt from methodological problems that may bias the establishment of direct effects between the variables studied. Thus, further research is necessary to investigate the role of socioeconomic variables, their composition and distribution according to health status, particularly on non-communicable diseases.
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