Women, Stress, and Heart Disease

Women, Stress, and Heart Disease

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ISBN-13: 9781135691547
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/01/1998
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 312
File size: 2 MB

Table of Contents

Contents: N.K. Wenger, Coronary Heart Disease in Women: Evolution of Our Knowledge. Part I:Clinical Findings and Risk Factors for Coronary Heart Disease in Women. M. Dellborg, Less Prominent Electrocardiographic Changes During Myocardial Ischemia in Women May Explain Differences in Treatment as Compared to Men. K. Orth-Gomér, Psychosocial Risk Factor in Women With Coronary Heart Disease. Part II:Work, Stress, and Social Change in Women. U. Lundberg, Work and Stress in Women. O. Lundberg, L. Gonäs, Recent Trends in Women's Psychosocial Work Environment and Health and Structural Changes on the Labor Market. D. Vågerö, E. Lahelma, Women, Work, and Mortality in Sweden and in Other European Countries. K. Hunt, C. Emslie, Men's Work, Women's Work? Occupational Sex Ratios and Health? Part III:Multiple Roles, Social Support, and Coping in Women. P. Moen, Women's Roles and Health: A Life Course Approach. U. Björnberg, Well-Being Among Swedish Employed Mothers With Preschool Children. S.M. Czajkowski, Psychosocial Aspects of Women's Recovery From Heart Disease. M. Chesney, L. Darbes, Social Support and Heart Disease in Women: Implications for Intervention. Part IV:Psychophysiology of Coronary Heart Disease in Women. K. Schenck-Gustafsson, F. Al-Khalili, Reproductive Hormone Effects on the Cardiovascular System in Women. C.A. Shively, S.L. Watson, J.K. Williams, M.R. Adams, Stress-Menstrual Cycle and Cardiovascular Disease. G. Weidner, C.R. Messina, Cardiovascular Reactivity to Mental Stress in Women With Coronary Heart Disease. K.C. Light, S.S. Girdler, S. West, K.A. Brownley, Blood Pressure Response to Laboratory Challenges and Occupational Stress in Women. Part V:Conclusions and Recommendations. G. Tibblin, K. Orth-Gomér, Women, Stress, and Heart Disease: Concluding Remarks.

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