Jerrold R. Turner
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RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES The aims of this study were to determine the feasibility of diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DWI) in the detection of bowel inflammation and to investigate the… Expand
&NA; This study assessed gender differences in hemodynamic response patterns to behavioral stressors. In addition, the extent to which gender differences in cardiovascular reactivity were a function… Expand
Work-related stress has been associated with an increased risk of hypertension and more severe cardiovascular problems in white men but has been less studied in women and black men. To determine… Expand
The effect of high job strain (defined as high psychological demands plus low decision latitude at work) on blood pressure was determined in 129 healthy, nonhypertensive men (n = 65) and women (n =… Expand
OBJECTIVE The purpose of the present study was to examine the potential interaction of ethnicity and SES on hemodynamic functioning at rest and during acute stress in normotensive adolescents with a… Expand
A sample of 155 adults, age 18-49 years, including nearly equal subgroups of Black and White men and women, underwent evaluation of cardiovascular reactivity during 5 behavioral stressors. Among the… Expand
OBJECTIVE Increased peripheral vasoconstriction (ie, total peripheral resistance, or TPR) has been implicated as playing an important role in the early development of essential hypertension. Some… Expand
This report is a summary of the symposium on Alcohol, Intestinal Bacterial Growth, Intestinal Permeability to Endotoxin, and Medical Consequences, organized by National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and… Expand
In PLoS Pathogens, vol 3, issue 3: 10.1371/journal.ppat.0030035 One of the authors, Dr. Elaine O. Petrof, was incorrectly listed as Elaine Petroff.
African Americans as a group have a higher incidence of chronic hepatitis C (CHC) than Caucasians but are often under-represented in clinical trials used to define response rates to interferon… Expand