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Manuscripts and Publications

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[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Retention strategies, Response Rates, and Participant Satisfaction: Evidence from the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL) cohort..
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Rice Intake among U.S. Hispanics and Latinos: Associations with Cardiometabolic Risk Factors: Results from HCHS/SOL.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The Risk and Protective factors of Latinx youth exposed to maternal trauma: HCHS/SOL, SCAS, and SOL Youth Study.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Risk Factors for Incident Chronic Kidney Disease in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL).
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Risk Factors for Sudden Cardiac Death in Hispanics in Southern California: Ventura PRESTO and HCHS/SOL.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Risk for asthma from atopy and occupation-related factors between Hispanic/Latino heritage groups: Results from the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL).
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The role of educational quality on brain-behavior relationships in Hispanics/Latinos: Findings from the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos Investigation of Cognitive Aging (SOL-INCA).
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The role of ethnic discrimination and acculturative stress on diet quality for Hispanic/Latinos adults across diabetes status: Findings from the HCHS/SOL-Sociocultural Ancillary Study.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The role of family environment in the relationship between parental experiences of early-life adversity and offspring cardiometabolic health in HCHS/SOL Youth.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The Role of Lifestyle Factors in Health Disparities of Heart Failure: a Cross Cohort Collaboration.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The role of marriage and sleep efficiency in cognitive decline: Results from HCHS/SOL .
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The role of marriage in sleep efficiency and regularity: Results from HCHS/SOL and Sueño Ancillary Studies.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The role of mental stress on the association between physical activity and cardiovascular disease risk factors among Hispanic/Latino adults: The Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL) Sociocultural Ancillary Study.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The role of neighborhood and household food environments and food shopping behaviors in shaping diet quality and glucose metabolism among Hispanic/Latino youth and their caregivers in SOL Youth.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The role of objective and subjective social status on depressive symptoms among Hispanics/Latinos: Findings from the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Role of single nucleotide polymorphisms in the association between Apolipoprotein L1 renal risk variants and renal outcomes.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  The Role of Spanish-English Bilingualism on cognitive change in Hispanics/Latinos.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  A Search for Common Multiethnic- and Rare Ancestry-Specific Genetic Markers of Red Blood Cell Traits Among African Americans and Hispanic/Latinos in PAGE.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  A Search for Multiethnic Genetic Markers of Anthropometric traits among Ethnically Diverse US Populations in PAGE.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  A Search for Multiethnic Genetic Markers that interact with physical activity to influence cardiometabolic traits in PAGE.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Seasonal Variation of Sleep, Light Exposure, and Mood: Results from the HCHS/SOL Sueño Ancillary Study.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Sedentary behavior and liver enzymes: Results from HCHS/SOL.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Sedentary patterns and cardiometabolic health in the Hispanic Community Health Study/SOL Youth (HCHS/SOL).
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Sedentary Time and Change in Kidney Function Over Time: Findings from the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL).
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Sedentary time, physical activity and change in cardiometabolic biomarkers: A longitudinal study in HCHS/SOL.

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