Life events trajectories, allostatic load, and the moderating role of age at arrival from Puerto Rico to the US mainland
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KeywordsStressful life events; Stress trajectories; Age at arrival; Migration related stress; Allostatic load; Latinos/hispanics; Puerto Rican migrants;
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