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Santé sexuelle : variabilités en Suisse et en Europe
JournalArticle (Originalarbeit in einer wissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift)
ID 524610
Author(s) Zemp, E.; Dratva, J.; Team Sapaldia,
Author(s) at UniBasel Zemp Stutz, Elisabeth
Dratva, Julia
Year 2010
Title Santé sexuelle : variabilités en Suisse et en Europe
Journal Revue médicale suisse
Volume 6
Number 257
Pages / Article-Number 1433-1437
Abstract Sexual Health is interrelated with both, sex and gender, through its biological dimension, its connection with cultural conventions, and its impact on women's health. Reproductive factors are presented from two cohorts, the Swiss SAPALDIA study and the European Community Respiratory Health Survey. Reproductive characteristics vary considerably across Switzerland and across Europe. A shift is observed towards lower ages at menarche and higher ages at menopause in younger cohorts. Smoking is the most important determinant of an early menopause. These secular trends imply that there will be changes also in the prevalence of diseases associated with age at menopause such as breast cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
Publisher Médecine & hygiène
ISSN/ISBN 1660-9379
Full Text on edoc No
PubMed ID
Additional Information Variant title: Sexual health: variability in Switzerland and Europe

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