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Social status amongst class-mates may be more important than family’s status in society for teenage health and well-being, but being at the top of the pecking order isn’t always linked to good health.

How important is social status amongst class-mates for teenage health and well-being?

posted on: Oct 24, 2014

Social status amongst class-mates may be more important than family’s status in society for teenage health and well-being, but being at the top of the pecking order isn’t always linked to good health.

To find out more, read the full article here, authored by researchers at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at the University of Glasgow.