Harold Schwartz

Learn More
This study examined the association between self-reported diabetes, fish consumption and serum levels of organochlorines in a First Nation community. One quarter of the 101 participants reported diabetes. Serum PCBs, but not p,p'-DDE, were positively correlated to consumption frequency of total fish, walleye and pike, but not trout. Reported diabetes was(More)
A classical conditioning method was used to alter in acute fashion a discrete portion of the activity rhythm of squirrel monkeys living in social groups. Time of day was considered the unconditioned stimulus, while a previously neutral flashing light was used as the conditioned stimulus. When the CS was associated with an active period, its subsequent(More)
Large doses of anticholinergic drugs (atropine, glycopyrrolate) produced mydriasis in a group of adults with no eye abnormalities except strabismus, though the usual intramuscular and intravenous doses of these drugs do not have this tendency. Such large doses are often given intravenously during general anesthesia to prevent the side effects of neostigmine(More)
  • 1