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Displaying Publications 1 - 30 of 57 in total

Current search: 'Mel Bartley'

  1. Unemployment and inflammatory markers in England, Wales and Scotland, 1998–2012: meta-analysis of results from 12 studies

    Amanda Hughes, Meena Kumari, Anne McMunn, et al.

    1. Medicine
    2. Unemployment
    3. Well Being
    4. Health
    5. Biology
  2. Never too early to think about mental health: never too late to do something about it

    Amanda Sacker and Mel Bartley

  3. Elevated inflammatory biomarkers during unemployment: modification by age and country in the UK

    Amanda Hughes, Anne McMunn, Mel Bartley, et al.

    1. Medicine
    2. Unemployment
    3. Well Being
    4. Health
    5. Biology
  4. Social isolation in childhood and adult inflammation: evidence from the National Child Development Study

    Rebecca E. Lacey, Meena Kumari, and Mel Bartley

    1. Medicine
    2. Child Development
    3. Health
    4. Life Course Analysis
    5. Social Behaviour
  5. Breast feeding and intergenerational social mobility: what are the mechanisms?

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

    1. Child Development
    2. Social Stratification
    3. Social Mobility
  6. Do local unemployment rates modify the effect of individual labour market status on psychological distress?

    Ellen Flint, Nicola Shelton, Mel Bartley, et al.

    1. Area Effects
    2. Labour Market
    3. Unemployment
    4. Well Being
  7. Breastfed babies 'upwardly mobile' study claims

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  8. Personal Oz: babies

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  9. Breastfed babies 'will climb social ladder'

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  10. How the ‘breastfeeding effect’ altered the British class system

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  11. Breastfeeding ‘boosts social class of baby in future’

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  12. Revealed: breastfeeding babies improves their chance of climbing social ladder

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  13. Study: breastfeeding boosts chil-dren up social ladder

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  14. Breastfed babies 'will climb social ladder'

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  15. Breastfed babies get a leg up the social ladder

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  16. Breastfeeding 'boosts social class of baby in the future'

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  17. Breastfeeding 'boosts social class of baby in future'

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  18. Breastfed babies 'more likely to climb social ladder' later in life

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  19. Mother's milk is best if you want baby to move up in the world

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  20. Breastfeeding boosts ability to climb social ladder

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  21. Breastfeeding good for social climbing skills

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  22. 'Breast is best' if you want your child to go up in the world

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  23. Why you should breastfeed your babies

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  24. Breastfed babies 'upwardly mobile' study claims

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  25. Breastfed babies are more likely to climb the social ladder - and less likely to fall down it

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  26. Breastfeeding provides social advantages later in life

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Maria Iacovou, et al.

  27. Friends are equally important to men and women, but family matters more for men's well-being

    Noriko Cable, Mel Bartley, Tarani Chandola, et al.

    1. Social Networks
    2. Well Being
  28. Do labour market status transitions predict changes in psychological well-being?

    Ellen Flint, Mel Bartley, Nicola Shelton, et al.

    1. Labour Market
    2. Unemployment
    3. Well Being
  29. Gender differences in the effect of breastfeeding on adult psychological well-being

    Noriko Cable, Mel Bartley, Anne McMunn, et al.

  30. Breastfeeding and social mobility: neurological development or stress mechanisms?

    Amanda Sacker, Yvonne Kelly, Mel Bartley, et al.

    1. Child Development
    2. Social Mobility

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