Session 67:
Early Life Health and Later Life Outcomes

Thursday, March 31
3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
Wilson C
Mezzanine Level

Chair: Scott M. Lynch, Princeton University
Discussant: Steven A. Haas, Arizona State University
Discussant: Jennifer Van Hook, Pennsylvania State University

  1. Does the Social Safety Net Mediate How Childhood Health Affects Older Adults’ Well-Being?Enrica Croda, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia

  2. Do Health Inequalities Equalize in South African Adolescents? A Test of West’s Hypothesis Using Body Composition OutcomesPaula Griffiths, Loughborough University; William Johnson, Loughborough University; Noel Cameron, Loughborough University; John M. Pettifor, University of the Witwatersrand; Shane Norris, University of the Witwatersrand

  3. The Late Emergence of Socioeconomic Mortality Differentials: A Micro-Level Study of Working Age and Elderly Mortality in Southern Sweden 1815-1968Tommy Bengtsson, Lund University; Martin Dribe, Lund University

  4. The Relationship between Socio-Economic Status through the Life Course and Adult Obesity among Older Singaporeans: Application of the ‘Accumulation of Risk’, ‘Social Mobility’, and ‘Sensitive Periods’ FrameworksRahul Malhotra, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore; Chetna Malhotra, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore; Angelique Chan, National University of Singapore; Truls Østbye, Duke University and Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore

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