J. Felix Rogers

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The association between preterm delivery (PTD) and exposure to air pollutants has recently become a major concern. We investigated this relationship in Incheon, Republic of Korea, using spatial and temporal modeling to better infer individual exposures. The birth cohort consisted of 52,113 singleton births in 2001-2002, and data included residential(More)
OBJECTIVE The goal was to examine systematically the association between maternal exposure to particulate matter of <10 microm and very low birth weight (<1500 g) delivery for evidence of an effect on duration of gestation and/or intrauterine growth restriction. METHODS This case-control study took place between April 1, 1986, and March 30, 1988, in(More)
The purposes of this study were to discover the stories of mothers regarding their journeys to addiction and through recovery, to explore the impact of addiction on the occupational performance of mothers and to identify the factors perceived by these mothers as important in their treatment. A narrative inquiry with thematic analysis of data was utilized;(More)
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