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What psychological factors protect some lonely individuals from adverse health consequences?

Measure the degree to which individuals who are lonely perceive their loneliness as beneficial: for instance, as an opportunity to develop themselves. Longitudinally, test whether these beliefs about the benefits of loneliness protect individuals from serious health consequences known to result from loneliness, such as increased vascular resistance, increased systolic blood pressure, increased HPA activity, altered immunity,... more »

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What are the social and environmental stressors that lead to changes in aging, as detected in bone mineral density?

Social and environmental factors (e.g., poverty, strain, environmental toxins) may affect the risk of premature aging as measured through bone density, and they may be linked to measures of inflammation. Data are needed on markers of inflammation, stress processes, bone density, subjective and objective environmental data, measures of social support and strain, detailed measures of socioeconomic status, measures of state... more »

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What characteristics define women with Urinary Incontinence who respond to midurethral sling surgery, versus those who don’t?

Midurethral sling surgery (MuSS) outcomes are inconsistent. We lack knowledge of outcome moderators. This study will identify a prospective subcohort of women aged 18+ with incident successful and unsuccessful MuSS. Hypothesized moderators of MuSS outcome spanning the social ecological model (e.g., urinary microbiome, comorbidities, BMI, physical activity, race, occupation, income) will be compared across those with successful... more »

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What characteristics define women with Urinary Incontinence who respond to midurethral sling surgery, versus those who don’t?

Midurethral sling surgery (MuSS) outcomes are inconsistent. We lack knowledge of outcome moderators. This study will identify a prospective subcohort of women aged 18+ with incident successful and unsuccessful MuSS. Hypothesized moderators of MuSS outcome spanning the social ecological model (e.g., urinary microbiome, comorbidities, BMI, physical activity, race, occupation, income) will be compared across those with successful... more »

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