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    • Asian-White disparities in short sleep duration by industry of employment and occupation in the US: a cross-sectional study 

      Jackson, Chandra L; Kawachi, Ichiro; Redline, Susan; Juon, Hee-Soon; Hu, Frank B (BioMed Central, 2014)
      Background: Although short sleep is associated with an increased risk of morbidity as well as mortality and has been shown to vary by industry of employment and occupation, little is known about the relationship between ...
    • A cross-sectional study on tobacco use and dependence among women: Does menthol matter? 

      Rosenbloom, Judith; Rees, Vaughan Wallis; Reid, Kathleen; Wong, Jeannie; Kinnunen, Taru Hannele (BioMed Central, 2012)
      Background: The question of whether mentholation of cigarettes enhances tobacco dependence has generated conflicting findings. Potential mediating factors in a putative relationship between menthol use and tobacco dependence ...
    • Effects of Prenatal Social Stress and Maternal Dietary Fatty Acid Ratio on Infant Temperament: Does Race Matter? 

      Brunst, Kelly J.; Enlow, Michelle Bosquet; Kannan, Srimathi; Carroll, Kecia N.; Coull, Brent A.; Wright, Rosalind J. (2014)
      Background: Infant temperament predicts a range of developmental and behavioral outcomes throughout childhood. Both maternal fatty acid intake and psychosocial stress exposures during pregnancy may influence infant ...
    • An epigenetic clock analysis of race/ethnicity, sex, and coronary heart disease 

      Horvath, Steve; Gurven, Michael; Levine, Morgan E.; Trumble, Benjamin C.; Kaplan, Hillard; Allayee, Hooman; Ritz, Beate R.; Chen, Brian; Lu, Ake T.; Rickabaugh, Tammy M.; Jamieson, Beth D.; Sun, Dianjianyi; Li, Shengxu; Chen, Wei; Quintana-Murci, Lluis; Fagny, Maud; Kobor, Michael S.; Tsao, Philip S.; Reiner, Alexander P.; Edlefsen, Kerstin L.; Absher, Devin; Assimes, Themistocles L. (BioMed Central, 2016)
      Background: Epigenetic biomarkers of aging (the “epigenetic clock”) have the potential to address puzzling findings surrounding mortality rates and incidence of cardio-metabolic disease such as: (1) women consistently ...