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inequality, child health, income-related health inequality, income-related health mobility, health inequality
mental illness, labor market outcomes, depression, employment
cardiovascular (CFD) risk factors, diabetes, health disparity, NHANES
birthweight, academic achievement, hierarchical panel data, nested error component 2SLS, mother fixed effects, racial disparity, mother’s education, PSID-CDS
low birth weight, fetal growth, neurobehavioral outcomes, developmental disabilities, Behavior Problems Index (BPI)
mental disorders, depression, labor market, absenteeism, unemployment
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hazard model, panel data, elderly health, undiagnosed diabetes, gender differential
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