Family structure trajectories and early child health in the UK: Pathways to health
Yvonne J Kelly,
Anne McMunn and
Social Science & Medicine, 2019, vol. 232, issue C, 220-229
A large body of literature has shown marked differences in the average levels of resources and child well-being across different family structures. Studies have examined cognitive, educational and behavioural outcomes; less is known about differentials in physical health, and about dynamics in early childhood.
Keywords: Family structure; Family instability; Early child health; Asthma; Obesity; Accidents; Millennium cohort study (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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