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000018919 245__ $$aTHE CUMULATIVE EFFECT OF RURAL AND REGIONAL RESIDENCE UPON THE HEALTH OF OLDER ADULTS
000018919 260__ $$c2004
000018919 269__ $$a2004
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000018919 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000018919 446__ $$aEnglish
000018919 490__ $$aRPRC Working Paper 04-07
000018919 520__ $$aThis article examines the independent and interactive effects of rural status and region of residence on health. Individual level factors related to poverty are also tested, in conjunction with rural and regional residence. Negative health effects of rurality were found only in the South, while positive health effects of rurality were found, but only in the Midwest. The results indicate a cumulative risk of rural and Southern residence for older men and women. Living in a rural place in the Midwestern United States may provide unique sources of health benefit as individuals age, which buffer previously observed rural risks to health overall. The findings are discussed in terms of health policy and interventions.
000018919 650__ $$aHealth Economics and Policy
000018919 6531_ $$arural
000018919 6531_ $$aregion
000018919 6531_ $$ahealth
000018919 6531_ $$alater adulthood
000018919 700__ $$aZiembroski,   Jessica S.
000018919 700__ $$aHauck,   Erica L.
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000018919 982__ $$gOregon State University>Rural Poverty Research Center (RUPRI)>Working Papers
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