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age dependency


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Age Dependency Ratio

Age Dependency Ratio

Habitual Exercise and Blood Pressure: Age Dependency and Underlying Mechanisms

Spatiotemporal Dependency of Age-Related Changes in Brain Signal Variability

Age-dependency of sevoflurane-induced electroencephalogram dynamics in children

Using human rights to defeat ageism: dealing with policy-induced ‘structured dependency’1

449 Age-dependency of cardiac and neuromuscular findings in left ventricular noncompaction

Evidence for Different Patterns of Chemosensory Alterations in the Elderly Population: Impact of Age Versus Dependency

Age, Dose, and Time-Dependency of Plasma and Tissue Distribution of Deltamethrin in Immature Rats

The new risk of dependency in old age and (missed) employment opportunities: the Southern Europe model in a comparative perspective

Consequences of chlorophyll deficiency for leaf carotenoid composition in tobacco synthesizing glutamate 1-semialdehyde aminotransferase antisense RNA: dependency on developmental age and growth light

Variations by age in symptoms and dependency levels experienced by people in the last year of life, as reported by surviving family, friends and officials

Age dependency in the timing of mitral annular motion in relation to ventricular filling in healthy subjects: Umeå General Population Heart Study

Age and body surface area dependency of mitral valve and papillary apparatus parameters: assessment by real-time three-dimensional echocardiography

Inverse U‐shaped curve for age dependency of torsional eye movement responses to galvanic vestibular stimulation

 

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The dependency of people too young or too old to be employed full-time on the contributions of those in full employment. ‘The actual dependency burden is determined not just by the sizes of the various functional age groups, but also by a host of social, cultural, and institutional factors’ (Yap et al. (2005) J. Cross-Cult. Gerontol. 20, 4).

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