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Health of grandmothers as caregivers: A ten month follow-up

An investigation of self-reported health, depression, anxiety, stress, coping, and support in a sample of grandmothers living with their grandchildren and comparing these reports with the self-reported health assessments of grandmothers acting as either primary or part-time care givers for their grandchildren
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United States

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