Elvis-project featured in Dagens Nyheter
The Elvis-project, consisting of CHESS researcher Anders Hjern, Emma Franssson and Malin Bergstöm, was recently featured in Dagens Nyheter.
Their research shows that children in joint physical custody have better health than children who lives more with one parent. Those children who only lives with one parent have the worst health.
Read the full article in Dagens Nyheter here
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January 25, 2017
Page editor: Jannike Kjellström
Source: Centre for Health Equity Studies (CHESS)
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