Intergenerational transfers

Intergenerational Transfers in Infant Mortality in Southern Sweden, 1740-1968

Studies conducted in historical populations and developing countries have evidenced the existence of clustering in infant deaths, which could be related to genetic inheritance, early life exposures, and/or to social and cultural factors such as education, socioeconomic status or parental care. A transmission of death clustering has also been found across generations.

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