A City Guide To Langfang for They considered the relative role of childhood versus adult environments on the health of adults. Their analyses indicated that the social context in which we live as an adult has a greater influence on our health than the one that we experienced as a child. These data again suggest that the impact of the environment on our health is not fixed, and that changes in SES throughout the lifespan will affect our health. A cautionary note must be made here, however. Not all studies show a negation of childhood factors on later health. Kittleson et al. , for example, reported a longitudinal study involving over a thousand male medical students and found that despite them all becoming doctors, and therefore occupying the same socio-economic group, those who came from economically deprived backgrounds were more than twice as likely to develop coronary heart disease CHD before the age of years than those from more affluent backgrounds, even after adjusting for risk factors for CHD including body mass index, cholesterol level, amount of exercise, smoking, hypertension, diabetes mellitus and parental history of heart disease. A City Guide To Langfang 2016.