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  • Brie Turner-McGrievy, S Tevelde, +6 authors Gary G. Bennett
  • Medicine
  • Journal of medical Internet research
  • 2014 (First Publication: 29 April 2014)
  • BACKGROUND eHealth interventions are effective for weight control and have the potential for broad reach. Little is known about the use of interactive voice response (IVR) technology forContinue Reading
  • Dori M. Steinberg, Sandy Askew, Michele G. Lanpher, Perry Foley, Erica L Levine, Gary G. Bennett
  • Medicine
  • American journal of public health
  • 2014 (First Publication: 1 September 2014)
  • OBJECTIVES We evaluated the effect of a weight gain prevention intervention (Shape Program) on depression among socioeconomically disadvantaged overweight and obese Black women. METHODS BetweenContinue Reading
  • Paul C. Stomper, James R. Debloom, Erica L Levine, Rose Marie Budnick, Carleton C. Stewart
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Clinical cancer research : an official journal of…
  • 1998 (First Publication: 1 July 1998)
  • Clinical studies of flow cytometric DNA analysis of breast carcinoma are often limited by the lack of fresh tissue samples from smaller, nonpalpable carcinomas. In addition, most studies measuringContinue Reading
  • Anirudh Krishnan, Eric Andrew Finkelstein, +4 authors Gary G. Bennett
  • Medicine
  • Journal of medical Internet research
  • 2019 (First Publication: 17 May 2019)
  • BACKGROUND Obesity is one of the largest drivers of health care spending but nearly half of the population with obesity demonstrate suboptimal readiness for weight loss treatment. Black women areContinue Reading
  • Caroline M Barry, Aditi Sabhlok, +7 authors Bernard F. Fuemmeler
  • Medicine
  • JMIR public health and surveillance
  • 2019 (First Publication: 2 April 2019)
  • BACKGROUND Traditional methods for recruiting and maintaining contact with participants in cohort studies include print-based correspondence, which can be unidirectional, labor intensive, and slow.Continue Reading