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Bibliographic Entry Condoms, Culture, and Conviction: The Effect of Acculturation and Religiosity on Latina Condom Use during First Sex with New Partners
Smith, Scott James. (2017). Condoms, Culture, and Conviction: The Effect of Acculturation and Religiosity on Latina Condom Use during First Sex with New Partners. Social Work in Public Health, 32(3), 176-191.
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Bibliographic Entry College completion predicts lower depression but higher metabolic syndrome among disadvantaged minorities in young adulthood
Gaydosh, Lauren; Schorpp, Kristen M.; Chen, Edith; Miller, Gregory E.; & Harris, Kathleen Mullan. (2018). College completion predicts lower depression but higher metabolic syndrome among disadvantaged minorities in young adulthood. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(1), 109-114. PMCID: PMC5776811
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Bibliographic Entry Race-ethnicity, union status, and change in body mass index in young adulthood
Kroeger, Rhiannon A.; & Frank, Reanne. (2018). Race-ethnicity, union status, and change in body mass index in young adulthood. Journal of Marriage and Family, 80(2), 444-462.
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Bibliographic Entry Is very high C-reactive protein in young adults associated with indicators of chronic disease risk?
Shanahan, Lilly; Freeman, Jason; & Bauldry, Shawn. (2014). Is very high C-reactive protein in young adults associated with indicators of chronic disease risk? Psychoneuroendocrinology, 40, 76-85. PMCID: PMC4307946 NIHMSID: NIHMS546171
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Bibliographic Entry Sexual orientation group differences in perceived stress and depressive symptoms among young adults in the United States
Krueger, Evan A.; Meyer, Ilan H.; & Upchurch, Dawn M. (2018). Sexual orientation group differences in perceived stress and depressive symptoms among young adults in the United States. LGBT Health, 5(4), 242-249. PMCID: PMC5994153
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