Aránzazu Hernández-Yumar

Aránzazu Hernández-Yumar
Universidad de La Laguna | ULL · Department of Applied Economics

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Background: The Canary Islands is one of the Spanish Regions with the highest obesity prevalence, and one of the Autonomous Communities that was hit hard by the economic crisis that arrived to Spain in 2008. This research studies the education-related inequalities in adult obesity in the Canary Islands and their evolution in recent years, consider...
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Many studies have demonstrated the existence of simple, unidimensional socioeconomic gradients in body mass index (BMI). However, in the present paper we move beyond such traditional analyses by simultaneously considering multiple demographic and socioeconomic dimensions. Using the Spanish National Health Survey 2011-2012, we apply inter-sectionali...
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Many studies have demonstrated the existence of simple, unidimensional socioeconomic gradients in body mass index (BMI). However, in the present paper we move beyond such traditional analyses by simultaneously considering multiple demographic and socioeconomic dimensions. Using the Spanish National Health Survey 2011–2012, we apply intersectionalit...
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Estimated differences between intersectional strata average BMI values and the overall population average BMI. Predicted strata effects from both models are sorted by values of model 1 from the lowest to the highest values. Values considered conclusive are specified with *. Shaded cells represent the minimum and maximum values of the predicted stra...
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Despite proposed conceptual frameworks of eating behaviors, little is known about environmental factors contributing to changes in food habits. Few studies have reported the external influence of tourism on the inhabitants’ eating patterns. The present study aimed to investigate whether tourism pressure affects Canary Islands inhabitants’ adherence...

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