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BackgroundPeople with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) not fully accounted for by traditional or HIV-specific risk factors. Successful management of HIV does not eliminate this excess risk. Thus, there is a need to identify novel risk...
BackgroundChildhood socioeconomic disadvantage is associated with increased risk for chronic inflammation and cardiometabolic disease at midlife.PurposeAs it is presently unknown whether inflammation mediates the relationship between childhood socioeconomic status (SES) and adulthood...
BackgroundRisk for cardiovascular disease is particularly high among women in midlife (ages 40–60). Moderate-to-vigorous-intensity physical activity (PA) can protect against risk during this time, and research is needed to understand contributors to PA motivation and behavior in daily...
BackgroundThere is considerable evidence documenting associations between early life adversity, behavioral disengagement, and depression with blunted cardiovascular reactivity to acute psychological stress. However, while often examined as independent predictors, it is also likely that a...
BackgroundFirst-generation college students (“first-gens”) are often at a disadvantage socially and academically; whether they are at risk physiologically is unknown despite the well-established link between greater education and better long-term health.PurposeTo examine whether first-gens have...
BackgroundThe timing and regularity of eating patterns could play a role in systemic inflammation, as circadian clocks responsible for daily rhythms of inflammatory signaling are entrained by food intake.PurposeTo evaluate associations of intra-weekly and weekday-weekend differences in eating...
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