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Black B, Espín-Sánchez J-A, French E, Litvak K. The Long-Term Effect of Health Insurance on Near-Elderly Health and Mortality. Evanston, IL, Northwestern University Law Schoo; 2014.
Black B, Espín-Sánchez J-A, French E, Litvak K. The long-term effect of health insurance on near-elderly health and mortality. American Journal of Health Economics. 2017;3(3):281-311. doi:10.1162/ajhe_a_00076.
Short PF, Vasey JJ, Moran JR. Long-Term Effects of Cancer Survivorship on the Employment of Older Workers. Health Services Research. 2008;43(1):193-210.
Hessel P. Long-term effects of economic fluctuations on health and cognition in Europe and the United States. Social Policy. 2015;Ph.D.:211.
Gutierrez I, Wenger JW. Long-Term Effects of Leaving Military Service in a Weak Economy. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2017:1-48.
Haas SA. The Long-Term Effects of Poor Childhood Health: An assessment and application of retrospective reports. Demography. 2007;44(1):113-135.
de Vries R, Blane D, Netuveli G. Long-term exposure to income inequality: implications for physical functioning at older ages. European Journal of Ageing. 2014;11(1):19-29. doi:10.1007/s10433-013-0285-5.
McGarry KM, Skinner JS. The Long-Term Financial and Health Outcomes of Disability Insurance Applicants. 11th Annual Joint Conference of the Retirement Research Consortium; 2009.
Sabbath EL, Mejía-Guevara I, Noelke C, Berkman LF. The long-term mortality impact of combined job strain and family circumstances: A life course analysis of working American mothers. Social Science and Medicine. 2015;146:111.
Spiro, III A, Settersten RA, Aldwin CM. Long-Term Outcomes of Military Service: The Health and Well-Being of Aging Veterans. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association; 2018.
Wang Q, Capistrant BD, Ehntholt A, Glymour MM. Long-Term Rate of Change in Memory Functioning Before and After Stroke Onset. Stroke. 2012. doi:10.1161/strokeaha.112.661587.
Polsky D, Doshi JA, Marcus S, et al. Long-Term Risk for Depressive Symptoms After a Medical Diagnosis. Archives of Internal Medicine. 2005;165(11):1260-6.
Banerjee S. A Look at the End-of-Life Financial Situation in America. EBRI Notes. 2015;36(4):2-10.
Crist C. Losing a spouse late in life linked to cognitive decline. Reuters.
Baker DW, Sudano JJ, Albert JM, Borawski EA, Dor A. Loss of Health Insurance and the Risk for a Decline in Self-Reported Health and Physical Functioning. Medical Care. 2002;40(11):1126-1131. doi:10.1097/01.MLR.0000032192.46564.16.
Cookson C. Loss of life savings is a killer, say researchers: Health Study [Europe Region].
Congdon-Hohman J. Love, toil, and health insurance: Why American husbands retire when they do. Contemporary Economic Policy. 2014;33(1):118-140. doi:10.1111/coep.12060.
Blaum CS, Ofstedal MB, Liang J. Low Cognitive Performance, Comorbid Disease, and Task Specific Disability: Findings from a nationally representative survey. The Journals of Gerontology: Medical Sciences. 2002;57A(8):M523-M531.
Wu AYanyuan, Rutledge MS. Lower-Income Individuals Without Pensions: Who Misses Out and Why?. Boston, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2014.
Li Y. Low-Intensity Physical Activity and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors among Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions. Epidemiology. 2016;M.S.:73.
Poterba JM, Venti SF, Wise DA. Lump-Sum Distributions from Retirement Saving Plans: Receipt and Utility. NBER; 1995.