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Infant antibiotic exposures and early-life body mass
- L. Trasande, J. Blustein, M. Liu, E. Corwin, L. M. Cox, M. Blaser
- International Journal of Obesity
Objectives:To examine the associations of antibiotic exposures during the first 2 years of life and the development of body mass over the first 7 years of life.Design:Longitudinal birth cohort… Expand
Fatigue as a predictor of postpartum depression.
BACKGROUND The postpartum is a time when women commonly report increased fatigue that may contribute to depression. Studies have not examined fatigue alone as a predictor of postpartum depression. … Expand
The Infant Microbiome: Implications for Infant Health and Neurocognitive Development
- I. Yang, E. Corwin, P. Brennan, Sheila Jordan, J. Murphy, A. Dunlop
- Nursing research
- 1 January 2016
BackgroundBeginning at birth, the microbes in the gut perform essential duties related to the digestion and metabolism of food, the development and activation of the immune system, and the production… Expand
Understanding Cytokines Part I: Physiology and Mechanism of Action
- E. Corwin
- Biology, Medicine
- Biological research for nursing
- 1 July 2000
This is the first of a 2-part article on understanding cytokines. Cytokines are intercellular signaling proteins released from virtually all nucleated cells that influence growth and cellular… Expand
The impact of fatigue on the development of postpartum depression.
- E. Corwin, Jean Brownstead, N. Barton, Starlet Heckard, K. Morin
- Journal of obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal…
- 1 September 2005
BACKGROUND Previous research suggests early postpartum fatigue (PPF) plays a significant role in the development of postpartum depression (PPD). Predicting risk for PPD via early identification of… Expand
Nutrition and the psychoneuroimmunology of postpartum depression.
Postpartum depression (PPD) is a relatively common and often severe mood disorder that develops in women after childbirth. The aetiology of PPD is unclear, although there is emerging evidence to… Expand
Postpartum Fatigue and Evidence‐Based Interventions
The aim of this article is to review postpartum fatigue, especially as it relates to the occurrence and pathophysiology of three common postpartum conditions known to contribute to fatigue: anemia,… Expand
"Active labor" duration and dilation rates among low-risk, nulliparous women with spontaneous labor onset: a systematic review.
- J. Neal, N. Lowe, K. Ahijevych, T. Patrick, Lori A Cabbage, E. Corwin
- Journal of midwifery & women's health
- 8 July 2010
INTRODUCTION Laboring women are often admitted to labor units under criteria that are commonly associated with the onset of active-phase labor (i.e., cervical dilatation of 3-5 cm in the presence of… Expand
Immune dysregulation and glucocorticoid resistance in minority and low income pregnant women
- E. Corwin, Ying Guo, K. Pajer, N. Lowe, Brian Stafford
- 1 September 2013
Chronic prenatal stress contributes to poor birth outcomes for women and infants. Importantly, poor birth outcomes are most common among minority and low income women. To investigate underlying… Expand
The psychoneuroimmunology of postpartum depression.
Postpartum depression (PPD) is a potentially debilitating disorder that develops in a significant percentage of women during the first year after giving birth. Women afflicted with PPD experience… Expand