Relocating gender and morbidity: examining men's and women's health in contemporary Western societies. Introduction to Special Issue on Gender and Health
Hunt, K.; Annandale, E.
Gender differences in illhealth in Finland: patterns, magnitude and change
Lahelma, E.; Martikainen, P.; Rahkonen, O.; Silventoinen, K.
Women's status and the health of women and men: a view from the States
Kawachi, I.; Kennedy, B.P.; Gupta, V.; Prothrow-Stith, D.
Problematizing gender, work and health: the relationship between gender, occupational grade, working conditions and minor morbidity in full-time bank employees
Emslie, C.; Hunt, K.; Macintyre, S.
Social inequalities in health: are there gender differences?
Matthews, S.; Manor, O.; Power, C.
Gender differences in health in later life: the new paradox?
Arber, S.; Cooper, H.
Gender, social relations and mental health: prospective findings from an occupational cohort (Whitehall II study)
Fuhrer, R.; Stansfeld, S.A.; Chemali, J.; Shipley, M.J.
Do women `over-report' morbidity? Men's and women's responses to structured prompting on a standard question on long standing illness
Macintyre, S.; Ford, G.; Hunt, K.
Social position, social roles and women's health in England: changing relationships 1984-1993
Bartley, M.; Sacker, A.; Firth, D.; Fitzpatrick, R.
Making use of official statistics in research on gender and health status: recent British data
Dunnell, K.; Fitzpatrick, J.; Bunting, J.