Living with heart disease - the working-age population
|Issue:||vol. 10 no. 4|
This article compares the socioeconomic and health characteristics of the household population aged 35 to 64 with and without self-reported heart disease. The estimated 345,000 Canadians aged 35 to 64 who have been diagnosed with heart disease were less likely to be employed and more likely to live in low-income households than their contemporaries who did not have heart disease.
activity limitations, analytical products, cardiovascular diseases, chronic health problems, depression, disabled persons, drugs, educational attainment, employment insurance, employment status, health problems, health risk factors, health services, health surveys, high blood pressure, hospitalization rates, household income, income, low income, men, pensions, personal and family responsibilities, prescription drugs, primary earners, rehabilitation, retired persons, salaries and wages, seniors, social support, socioeconomic profiles, tobacco use, unemployment, unemployment rate, women, workers' compensation.
- Date modified: