Mortality among US-born and immigrant Hispanics in the US: effects of nativity, duration of residence, and age at immigration

@article{Holmes2015MortalityAU,
  title={Mortality among US-born and immigrant Hispanics in the US: effects of nativity, duration of residence, and age at immigration},
  author={Julia S. Holmes and Anne K. Driscoll and Melonie Heron},
  journal={International Journal of Public Health},
  year={2015},
  volume={60},
  pages={609-617}
}
We examined the effects of duration of residence and age at immigration on mortality among US-born and foreign-born Hispanics aged 25 and older. We analyzed the National Health Interview Survey-National Death Index linked files from 1997–2009 with mortality follow-up through 2011. We used Cox proportional hazard models to examine the effects of duration of US residence and age at immigration on mortality for US-born and foreign-born Hispanics, controlling for various demographic, socioeconomic… CONTINUE READING
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