Childcare, breadwinning and mortality in the Swedish parental cohort of 1988/89

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Mansdotter, A. ; Tsuchiya, A. ; Backhans, M. ; Hallqvist, J. ; Lundberg, M. ; Lundin, A. ; Lindholm, L.
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    Table 4 Males and females: associations (OR) between being traditional versus equal in one indicator (1988-1991) and mortality (1992-2008) by strata of being traditional or equal in other indicators (95% CI) Income Traditional n=36 775 OR*

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