Enfermedades no transmisibles: pobreza, depresión y diabetes | 07 MAY 17

Sindemia: una nueva categoría que reúne lo social y lo biológico

El termino "sindemia" se refiere a problemas de salud sinérgicos que afectan la salud de una población en sus contextos sociales y económicos
Autor/a: Dr Emily Mendenhall, PhD; Dr Emily; Dr Emily Mendenhall, Brandon A Kohrt, MD, Prof Shane A Norris, PhD, Prof David Ndetei, MD, Prof Dorairaj Prabhakaran, MD Fuente: Lancet 2017; 389: 951–63s en poblaciones de bajos ingresos  Non-communicable disease syndemics: poverty, depression, and diabetes among low-income populations
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