HBA2021 poster session
Human Biology Association
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Breastfeeding during breakout: Findings from the COVID-19 and Reproductive Effects (CARE) study
CA Sweetman, TE Gildner, ZM Thayer
COVID-19 perceptions and behaviors in college students: Is there a gendered response?
H Taylor, KM Olszowy, MA Scott
Evaluating the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic: perceived risk of COVID-19 infection and childhood trauma predict adult depressive symptoms in urban South Africa
Kim, Andrew Wooyoung; Nyengerai, Tawanda; Mendenhall, Emily
Fear of childbirth and birth outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic among a sample of pregnant women in the US
ZM Thayer, G Uwizeye, GC Alston, AC Lu, RL Milner, TE Gildner
Human Vitamin C Deficiency: Implications for COVID-19 and the Cytokine Storm
Predictors of seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in American college students
The 1918 influenza pandemic and COVID-19 in Missouri: assessing rural and urban differences in impact
Hailey Ramirez1, Sean Pirrone2, Carolyn Orbann3 & Lisa Sattenspiel1
Diabetes self-management and glycemic control: identifying the disconnects between patient beliefs, adherence, and improved health outcomes
AC Rivara, A Pomer, AI Wetzel, MS Reupena, T Naseri, S Viali, ST McGarvey, NL Hawley
Estimating brown adipose tissue activity for a study of hot flashes
LL Sievert, SI Shreyer, DE Brown
Interrelationships between blood pressure and lipid profile characteristics among postmenopausal women at Naxalbari in Darjeeling, West Bengal
Sudip Datta Banik
Limited evidence of a threshold effect for increasing adiposity on risk of symptoms at midlife
LM Gerber, BW Whitcomb, M Verjee, LL Sievert
Sedentarization of semi-nomadic pastoralists: The association between movement strategy and indicators of cardiometabolic health and market integration
Zane S. Swanson, Hilary Bethancourt, Jessica Saunders, Rosemary Nzunza, Emmanuel Ndiema, David Braun, Asher Y. Rosinger, Herman Pontzer
Testing the Hygiene Hypothesis Among Older Adults Residing in the United States
CJ Manthey-Pierce & TJ Cepon-Robins
Women's lifetime reproductive profiles and frailty among aging populations in the US and the Philippines
R Zoorob, L Walters, & M Escasa-Dorne
Sickle Cell Disease in the State of Pará: Genetic Ancestrality and Biosocial Factors Associated with Clinical Manifestations in the Amazon
ARIANA KELLY LEANDRA SILVA DA SILVA and HILTON PEREIRA DA SILVA
Formative assessment demonstrates effect of inquiry-based labs on student understanding of evolution and the scientific method in introductory biological anthropology.
SL Johnston(1), M Knabb(2), J Auld(2), L Rieser-Danner(3)
Supported by an NSF TUES Award (DUE-1245013) and West Chester University.
Maturation of the menstrual cycle in healthy adolescent girls from El Alto, Bolivia
EM Chester, MC Key, and VJ Vitzthum
Metabolic adaptations in an indigenous Siberian population in relation to metabolic hormones
V Figueroa¹ , Stephanie B. Levy¹ , Tatiana M. Klimova², Raisa N. Zakharova² , Afanasiy I. Fedorov² , Valentina I. Fedorova³ , Marina E. Baltakhinova⁴ , William R. Leonard⁵
Nutritional status, dietary diversity and motor development in Maya and non-Maya children and adolescents
J Kasovic 1, A Siniarska 2, N Wolanski 3, F Dickinson 4, MI Varela-Silva 1
A critical evaluation of a point-of-care device for measuring intestinal inflammation in field settings
Tara J. Cepon-Robins, Isabella C. Recca, Theresa E. Gildner
Atopic conditions, IgE levels, and inflammation among children from rural Mississippi
TE Gildner, IC Recca, TJ Cepon-Robin
Hygiene practice impact on microbiome acquisition in highland Peru
C Super, KR Amato, I Asa, MK Hoke
Influence of eosinophil counts on metabolic markers of disease among Amazonian people residing in Yurimagus Peru â€“ a pilot study
M J Mosher, J C Gerhold
Risk of Lyme disease in residential neighborhoods in a newly endemic region of upstate New York
ML Duris, KL DeRosa, ME Gauck, AR Bachyrycz, JD Gaughan, RM Garruto
Serum Levels of C-Reactive Protein and Anti-Müllerian Hormone, Follicle-Stimulating Hormone, and Inhibin-B in Women Attempting Pregnancy
AM Long, AL Thompson, JR Jahnke, AZ Steiner, and AMZ Jukic
Sexual orientation and immune function: exploring the protective role of sleep on Epstein-Barr Virus antibody levels among young American adults
Leela McKinnon, Kaspars Mikelsteins, James K. Gibb
Signaling sickness: how sickness behavior and psychosocial factors shape communication style
EC Shattuck, JK Perrotte, CL Daniels, X Xu, TS Sunil
The impact of market integration on school-age children's gut microbiota and metabolism: links to diet, pathogen exposure, and linear growth among the Amazonian Shuar
SS Urlacher, A Sharma, JA Gilbert, H Pontzer, JJ Snodgrass, TE Gildner, FC Madimenos, MA Liebert, LS Sugiyama, LR Dugas
Birthing practices and child survivorship in rural Peru
Amanda Veile(1), Rocio Chavez Cabello(2), Violeta Rojas Bravo(3), Katelyn McGuire(4)
C-peptide varies across the menstrual cycle in a sample of healthy adult women
Katharine MN Lee, Mary P Rogers-LaVanne, Andrzej Galbarczyk, Grazyna Jasienska, Kathryn BH Clancy
Changes in birth and perinatal care practices among Hadza mothers in a transitioning food economy
Kristen N. Herlosky and Alyssa N. Crittenden
Comparison of methods for isolating extracellular vesicles from human breast milk for analyzing miRNA variation
Katrina R. Myers, Peter DeHoff, Louise Laurent, Amy L. Non
Ethnic Tibetan mothers with larger lungs experience fewer child deaths
Kaylee Sarna, David Witonsky, Sienna Craig, Kingman P. Strohl, Buddha Basnyat, Anna Di Rienzo, Cynthia M Beall
Factors driving changes in breastfeeding practices among Bangladeshi migrant women in the UK.
V Harries, C Chaney, T Sharmeen, GR Bentley, A Núñez-de la Mora
Pro-Inflammatory Gene Expression During Pregnancy is Associated with Infant Adiposity in Cebu City, Philippines
Aronoff, JE, Kuzawa, CW, McDade, TW
Individual effects, not cycle day effects, drive variation of urinary C reactive protein across the menstrual cycle in a sample of Polish American women.
MA Wilson, KMN Lee, MP Rogers-LaVanne, KBH Clancy
Infant mortality risk associated with decreased male commitment and shorter interbirth intervals among American births
Kermyt G. Anderson
Pathogens, not altitude impact milk composition among high altitude living ethnic Tibetans
EA Quinn, Geoff Childs
Serum estradiol levels show no impact of developmental conditions among adult women
C Chaney, K Begum, A Núñez-de la Mora, LL Sievert, S Muttukrishna, V Harries, T Sharmee, L Murphy, R Gunu, O Chowdhury, GR Bentley
Socio-demographic determinants of child malnutrition in Haiti: a constant challenge
Chamique Willock and Ines Varela-Silva
Socioeconomic Determinants of Breastfeeding Intentions and Duration Among African-American Women in Central North Carolina
Jordyn Carrier, Alison Nulty, Amanda L. Thompson, Heather Wasser, Margaret E. Bentley
Is there a differential impact of COVID-19 infection by age group among children under five years of age?
González-Alvarez C, Pena-Reyes ME, Miranda JEI and Bonilla LM
Acoustic interpersonal coordination during conversations.
A Farrera, G Ramos-Fernández
Association between maternal and infant characteristics, and developmental dysplasia of the hip in newborns in Yucatán
Álvarez-Baeza A, Datta-Banik R, Méndez-Domínguez N.
Objective: To analyze the maternal and child characteristics associated with DDC in newborns of Yucatán. Material and methods: Retrospective cross-sectional analytical study, using the records of live newborns from the state of Yucatán with a diagnosis of DDC and the reference population in the same number without that diagnosis.
Results: A total of 271 live newborns registered with DDC. The incidence was 1.47 cases per 1000 newborns. The average age of the mothers was 25.93 years. The female sex of the newborns represented the 65.31% of the cases. The proportion of mothers living outside the capital city and the percentage of newborns with Mayan surnames was significant. The average gestational age was 38.81 ± 1.62 weeks. The average size was 49.17 cm and the weight 3083.61 g. Only 1.48% were macrosomic newborns, however, adjusted to ≥90th percentile they represented 9.23%. In the adjusted logistic regression model the female sex, Mayan surnames, those residing outside the capital city, the lowest gestational age, the first born products and the larger size were associated to DDC.
Conclusions: The Mayan surnames and the mothers residing outside the capital city are characteristics associated with the disease. Weight and fetal macrosomia are not associated, however, the larger size does, since theoretically the occupation and mechanical forces would cause an impact in the development of the disease.
Body mass index, fat percentage and the relationship with body dissatisfaction in dance students from MÃ©rida, YucatÃ¡n.
ML Avila-Escalante1, JO Pérez-Izquierdo1, II Aranda-González1, RM Cruz-Bojórquez1, V Rosales2, DG Carrillo2.
Cause of death disparities among infant, children, and juvenile Maya and African-origin people of Corozal, Belize, 1894–1934: micro-evolutional and socioeconomic explains
A. Ortega-Muñoz and A. Cucina
Cephalopelvic disproportion as primary diagnosis for cesarean section: Role of neonatal birthweight in relation to maternal height at a Hospital in Merida, Mexico
LS Fajardo-Ruiz 1, N Mendez-Dominguez 2, GG Vazquez-Castillo 1, HA Laviada-Molina 1, MJ Inurreta-Diaz 1, H Azcorra 3
Differences in Alzheimer's disease diagnosis seeking between the United States and Mexico
Eric E Griffith
Gut Microbiome in children from indigenous and urban communities in Mexico: Different subsistence models different microbiomes
Martínez-Correa Santiago, Sánchez-Quinto Andrés, Cerqueda-García Daniel, Falcón-Álvarez Luisa, Gaona-Pineda Osiris, Nieto-Gutiérrez Javier, González-Santoyo Isaac
Has all-cause mortality in Mexico increased in times of COVID-19 pandemic?
Dr. Nina Méndez-Domínguez, Fabiola Eugenia Herrero-Torre, Emiliano Rivero-Otamendi
Effects of covid-19 pandemic on Maternal Mortality in Mexico
KP Santos Zaldívar, NI Mendez Domínguez, S Gómez Carro, S Datta Banik, G Carrillo
Infant skin bacterial communities vary by body site and household environments across populations in Mexico and the U.S.A.
MB Manus; S Kuthyar; AG Perroni-Marañón; A Núñez-de la Mora; KR Amato
Is there an adolescent phase shift in sleeping patterns in non-WEIRD societies?
A Silva-Caballero, HL Ball, KL Kramer, RD Greaves, GR Bentley
Does maternal grandmother's support improve maternal and child nutritional health outcomes? Evidence from Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
Vázquez-Vázquez Adriana, Fewtrell Mary S, Chan-García Hidekel, Batún-Marrufo Carolina, Wells Jonathan C, Dickinson Federico
Nutrition and infection: a key to interpreting the living conditions in the heterarchical society of the Maya of Tulum, Mexico
Giulia Uccheddu and Allan Ortega Muñoz
Obesity and comorbidities among hospitalized patients who died due to Covid-19 in Mexico
Méndez-Domínguez Nina, Santos-Zaldivar Kassandra Desire, Rochel-Pérez Andrea, Azuela-Morales Mario Armando, Cuevas-Koh Osman Jesús, Álvarez-Baeza Alberto, Carrillo Genny.
Preliminary report of the physical activity among adults from Mexico City with and without of Type II diabetes.
A.F. Muñiz, M. R.
Spatial distribution of causes of death in children under five years of age. The case of Oaxaca city 1800-1840
Miriam Angelica Camacho Martinez
Stature, body mass index and blood pressure in Mexican adults from communities of high socioeconomic vulnerability
Objectives To document the prevalence of short stature (SS), overweight (OW), obesity (OB) and the combination of SS and OW/OB and to test for associations between combinations of somatic phenotype and blood pressure in a sample of Mexican socioeconomically vulnerable adults (20-59 years of age).
Materials and methods The data analysis is based on the Nutrition and Health National Survey from communities less than 100,000 inhabitants (ENSANUT 2018-100K). Participants (n=6,047) were classified in normal and SS (<150cm for women, <160cm for men) and normal BMI (18.5-24.9 kg/m2), OW (25-29 kg/m2) and OB (>30 kg/m2), and then grouped into six categories of combinations of somatic phenotype. Multiple linear regression models were fitted to analyze the association between combinations of somatic phenotype and systolic (SBP) and diastolic (DBP) blood pressure. Additionally, a model of multiple logistic regression model was performed for hypertension (SBP >140 mmHg or DBP >90 mmHg). Models were adjusted for individuals’ sex and age and place of residence.
Results Models showed that the presence of OW/OB was associated with higher values of systolic and diastolic blood pressure and higher risk for hypertension and the magnitude of these increases was similar in individuals with normal and SS. Individuals classified as SS-normal BMI and normal stature-normal BMI were similar in outcome variables. These results were found in both sexes.
Conclusion SBP, DBP and the risk for hypertension increased as OW and OB are present in individuals. The presence of SS in individuals with excess body weight do not exacerbate the levels of blood pressure and hypertension in this sample of Mexican adults.
The Feeling-Thinking Body (El cuerpo sentipensante) as a Paradigm in Physical Anthropology
Dr. Josefina Ramírez-Velazquez
This new horizon of understanding in Mexican research departs from the naturalistic “dream” of our discipline and configures a new paradigm that goes beyond biosocial and biocultural paradigms, giving way to other concerns that provide a new path of reflection. Bodies cannot be understood adequately if studied as ahistorical, pre-cultural, or as just natural objects; human bodies are not only inscribed, marked, and engraved by social and cultural pressures external to them, but are the products, the direct consequence, of the sociocultural construction of nature itself.
The theoretical assumption that reveals the body as a sociocultural construction is the foundation for a powerful reflection, fertile ground on which to incorporate explanations that define body-subjects as producers of meaning that respond in cognitive, affective, discursive, and actantial ways; consequently, body-subjects must be approached from the hermeneutical circuit “think-feel-say-do,” considered as human acts involved in the production of meaning. With these guidelines, I present the theoretical horizon that is the basis of the “feeling body” framework and several illustrative examples.
Vulnerability of Mayan adolescents to cardiocascularrisk and its posible health impacts
Pérez-Izquierdo O., Ávila-Escalante ML, Cruz-Bojórquez RM, Aranda-González I, Chablé-Nezahual KE, Zapata-Hoyos MB.
Accuracy of anthropometry-based equations versus air-displacement plethysmography for the estimation of fat mass in rural Gambian infants
OL Kimes, AM Doel, DJ Naumenko, JR Washabaugh, SE Moore, RM Bernstein.
Chronic Wasting Disease and Human Health: Fifteen Year Follow-Up Study in an Upstate New York Population
T Prabhakar, MV Camitan, D Dinowitz, A Safaie, ML Duris, A Roome, RM Garruto
Coping strategies for water insecurity and their relation to dehydration, diarrhea, and injury
Leslie B. Ford, Hilary Bethancourt, Zane S. Swanson, Rosemany Nzunza, Emmanuel Ndiema, David Braun, Herman Pontzer, Asher Y. Rosinger
Factors associated to selection and consumption of food during pregnancy
D Romero, F Dickinson, JL Batún, MT Castillo-Burguete, AL Hoogesteijn, H Azcorra
Food production and nutritional problems in Argentina: Analysis and integration of biological and cultural factors
BAJO, JUAN MANUEL
Seasonal acclimatization of BAT activity through increased metabolic efficiency and glucose utilization in the winter.
Alexandra Niclou and Cara Ocobock
Secular trends in adult female height and weight in Nuñoa, Peru 1964-2018
Nicole M. Mayer and Morgan K. Hoke
Sex differences in the development of adiposity among Pume Foragers
Benjamin C. Campbell, Karen L. Kramer, Alan Achenbach
The impact of food and diet on mental health of immigrants from a biocultural perspective
Thirst perception is associated with ambient temperature and season of birth, but not hydration status: Data from two small-scale societies in extreme thermal environments
Asher Rosinger*, HJ Bethancourt, ZS Swanson, K Lopez, WL Kenney, R Nzunza, E Ndiema, D Braun, H Pontzer
A scoping review of stable isotope analysis in human biology
Care analysis on human skeletal remains from a post-medieval London cemetery
Evolution of cranial macromorphoscopic trait variation in modern humans
Hugo Reyes-Centeno, Joseph T Hefner
Examining the relationship between school closures and mortality rates during the 1918 influenza pandemic in Missouri
CM Orbann and M. Andrade
From slavery times to Jim Crow days (1820-1907): reassessing skeletal stress indicators and their implications for population health in the Freedman's Cemetery population, Dallas, TX
Samantha McCrane, Megan Fry, James Davidson
Gender differences in sleep patterns among mobile foragers: An intra-community comparison of village and forest sleep of BaYaka foragers of the Congo Basin
Erica Kilius, David R. Samson, Sheina Lew-Levy, Mallika S. Sarma, Lee T. Gettler, Adam H. Boyette
Alanna E.F. Rudzik, Lyn Robinson-Smith, Helen L. Ball
Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis activity and sleep patterns across the adolescent transition in a group of Mayan girls – A preliminary analysis
Amanda Rowlands(1), Katrina Salvante(1), Leela McKinnon(2), David Samson(2), Lisa McQuarrie(3), Rachel Altman(3), Pablo Nepomnaschy(1)
Where does the newborn baby sleep? Prevalence and predictors of postpartum cosleeping practices after midwife-led births in the United States
Kayleigh A. Meighan, Marit L. Bovbjerg, Daniel C. Benyshek, Melissa J. Cheyney, Alyssa N. Crittenden
A biocultural approach to predictors of hair cortisol concentration among immigrant women in rural New York
Elizabeth A. Holdsworth
Biocultural strategies among reindeer herders for coping with a cold, rapidly changing Arctic
Cara Ocobock, Päivi Soppela, Minna Turunen, Ville Stenbäck, Karl-Heinz Herzig, Rebecca Rimbach, Herman Pontzer
Don't sweat it: The biocultural relationship between stress and smell
Julia Sponholtz & Amanda Guitar
Perceived social isolation, mental health, and nail cortisol: A study of refugees in Serbia
Jelena Jankovic, Rahul C Oka, Jerrold S Meyer, Lee T Gettler
Seeking support for displacement-related stress is associated with variation in non-communicable disease risk indicators in a South Pacific island population displaced by a natural disaster
KM Olszowy, S Sinclair, AS Therrien, L Tarivonda, G Taleo, AB Roome, CW Chan, KN Dancause
Social support, perceived stress, resilience and cortisol response when acclimating to novel and challenging environments
Sociopolitical stressors and maternal mental health in the first trimester among a pregnant Latina population
KS Wiley, KJ Chua, DA Knorr, MM Fox
Stressed and growing? A systematized review of the relative effects of energetic and psychosocial factors determining human female pubertal timing
DJ Glass, JT Geerkens, MA Martin
Disparities in Respiratory Health Among Sexual Minorities NHANES 2007-2012
Kaspars A. Mikelsteins, Dana Vigue, Leela McKinnon, James K. Gibb.
Displacement, work, and long-term health in communities on the Thailand-Burma border
Fear, violence, inequality and stunting in Guatemala
The role of individual and subjective neighborhood socio-cultural identity and ethnic attitudes in maternal mental health in a pregnant Latina population
Kristine Chua and Delaney Knorr
Use of social media and digital technologies and perceptions of body size in a market-integrating population in Argentina
Katherine Daiy, Tomeka Frieson, Laura Palacio-Londono, Ivana Barnes, Sofia Olmedo, Pedro Aranda, Florencia Cirigliano, Claudia Valeggia