Rita Hamad
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Social and economic correlates of depressive symptoms and perceived stress in South African adults
R Hamad, LCH Fernald, DS Karlan, J Zinman
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 62 (6), 538-544, 2008
1822008
Small individual loans and mental health: a randomized controlled trial among South African adults
LCH Fernald, R Hamad, D Karlan, EJ Ozer, J Zinman
BMC public health 8 (1), 409, 2008
1072008
Microcredit participation and nutrition outcomes among women in Peru
R Hamad, LCH Fernald
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 66 (6), e1-e1, 2012
562012
Poverty and child development: a longitudinal study of the impact of the earned income tax credit
R Hamad, DH Rehkopf
American journal of epidemiology 183 (9), 775-784, 2016
542016
Psychological Well-Being During the Great Recession: Changes in Mental Health Care Utilization in an Occupational Cohort
S Modrek, R Hamad, MR Cullen
American journal of public health 105 (2), 304-310, 2015
532015
Long-term effects of neighbourhood deprivation on diabetes risk: quasi-experimental evidence from a refugee dispersal policy in Sweden
JS White, R Hamad, X Li, S Basu, H Ohlsson, J Sundquist, K Sundquist
The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology 4 (6), 517-524, 2016
392016
How and why studies disagree about the effects of education on health: A systematic review and meta-analysis of studies of compulsory schooling laws
R Hamad, H Elser, DC Tran, DH Rehkopf, SN Goodman
Social Science & Medicine 212, 168-178, 2018
352018
Poverty, Pregnancy, and Birth Outcomes: A Study of the Earned Income Tax Credit
R Hamad, DH Rehkopf
Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology 29 (5), 444-452, 2015
352015
Health education for microcredit clients in Peru: a randomized controlled trial
R Hamad, LCH Fernald, DS Karlan
BMC public health 11 (1), 51, 2011
352011
Using “Big Data” to Capture Overall Health Status: Properties and Predictive Value of a Claims-Based Health Risk Score
R Hamad, S Modrek, J Kubo, BA Goldstein, MR Cullen
PLOS ONE 10 (5), e0126054, 2015
312015
Microcredit participation and women’s health: results from a cross-sectional study in Peru
R Hamad, LCH Fernald
International Journal for Equity in Health 14 (1), 62, 2015
212015
Paid family leave effects on breastfeeding: A quasi-experimental study of US policies
R Hamad, S Modrek, JS White
American Journal of Public Health 109 (1), 164-166, 2019
202019
Telomere length and health outcomes: A two-sample genetic instrumental variables analysis
R Hamad, S Walter, DH Rehkopf
Experimental Gerontology 82, 88-94, 2016
202016
Microcredit participation and child health: results from a cross-sectional study in Peru
H Moseson, R Hamad, L Fernald
J Epidemiol Community Health 68 (12), 1175-1181, 2014
172014
The effects of job insecurity on health care utilization: findings from a panel of US workers
R Hamad, S Modrek, MR Cullen
Health services research 51 (3), 1052-1073, 2016
162016
Changing national guidelines is not enough: the impact of 1990 IOM recommendations on gestational weight gain among US women
R Hamad, AK Cohen, DH Rehkopf
International Journal of Obesity 40 (10), 1529-1534, 2016
132016
Racial and socioeconomic variation in genetic markers of telomere length: a cross-sectional study of US older adults
R Hamad, S Tuljapurkar, DH Rehkopf
EBioMedicine 11, 296-301, 2016
102016
The impact of the revised WIC food package on maternal nutrition during pregnancy and postpartum
R Hamad, A Batra, D Karasek, KZ LeWinn, NR Bush, RL Davis, ...
American journal of epidemiology 188 (8), 1493-1502, 2019
72019
Mother’s education and late-life disparities in memory and dementia risk among US military veterans and non-veterans
AM Vable, CW Eng, ER Mayeda, S Basu, JR Marden, R Hamad, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 72 (12), 1162-1167, 2018
72018
Causal Thinking as a Critical Tool for Eliminating Social Inequalities in Health
MM Glymour, R Hamad
American Journal of Public Health 108 (5), 623-623, 2018
72018
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