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From: Diurnal cortisol rhythms among Latino immigrants in Oregon, USA

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Men’s cortisol AUCg1 with respect to years spent in the U.S., adjusted for age. Several other independent variables showed associations with AUCg variables when adjusted for WC using partial correlations. For women, the greater the lifestyle incongruity, the greater the area under the curve for Day 1 (P = 0.053, r2 = 0.409); there was no relationship between AUCg1 and lifestyle incongruity in men (P = 0.235, r2 = −0.241). For all measures of AUCg, there were no significant associations with English language engagement, social support, SES, family support, discrimination or remittance stress in either women or men.

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