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STATEMENT OF POTENTIAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST No potential conflict of interest was reported by the authors.
FUNDING/SUPPORT Funding for this work comes primarily from Arnold Ventures with additional support from the Carolina Population Center National Institutes of Health grant P2C HD050924 .
AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS E. K. Dunford, D. R. Miles, S. W. Ng, and B. Popkin designed and conducted this research. D. R. Miles analyzed data. E. K. Dunford drafted the paper. E. K. Dunford, S. W. Ng, and B. Popkin had joint primary responsibility for final content.