Birth Order and Health Status in a British National Sample

Journal of Biosocial Science 24 (1):25-34 (1992)

Analysis of British National Child Development Study data corroborates the long held views that first born children tend to get more medical surveillance than those of later birth order, and that there is a direct relationship between achieved family size and social status
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