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Figure S1. Flow chart of how analytic populations were sampled from the full NHANES survey populations. Analytic populations were limited to men, aged 20 years or older, who participated in morning examinations at the mobile examination center (MEC), and were white, black, or Mexican American.

Table S1. Difference in mean hormone concentrations with adjustment for age and race/ethnicity only, comparing NHANES 1988–1991 to 1999–2004.

Table S2. Difference in mean hormone concentrations by age group with adjustment for age and race/ethnicity only, comparing NHANES 1988–1991 to 1999–2004.

Table S3. Difference in mean hormone concentrations by race/ethnicity with adjustment for age only, comparing NHANES 1988–1991 to 1999–2004.

Table S4. Difference in mean hormone concentrations comparing NHANES 1988–1991 to 1999–2004 by race/ethnicity and age, with adjustment for age only.

Table S5. Difference in NHANES 1988–1991 and 1999–2004 mean hormone concentrations among white men ages 20–44 years, restricting to subjects with BMI within the 5th and 95th percentilesa.

Table S6. Difference in NHANES 1988–1991 and 1999–2004 mean hormone concentrations among black men, restricting to subjects with BMI within the 5th and 95th percentilesa.

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