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Children with single mothers showed an increased risk regarding parent-reported poor health status [boys: odds ratio (OR) (95% confidence interval (CI): -), girls: (-)], psychological problems [boys: (-), girls: (-)], overweight [only boys: OR (-) and asthma [only girls: OR (-)]. Adjusting for socio-economic factors attenuated the strength of the association of family type with child health. Although environmental factors were associated with most health outcomes investigated and children of single mothers were more often exposed, these environmental factors did not alter the differences between children with single mothers and couple families.

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