Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Share This Author
DASH Diet Lowers Blood Pressure and Lipid-Induced Oxidative Stress in Obesity
- H. Lopes, K. Martin, Khaled Nashar, J. Morrow, T. Goodfriend, B. Egan
- 1 March 2003
Abstract—Evidence suggests that obesity may raise blood pressure (BP) through oxidative stress–sensitive mechanisms and that the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension combination diet (DASH-CD) may… Expand
Treatment of type 2 diabetes in childhood using a very-low-calorie diet.
OBJECTIVE Pharmacologic agents currently approved for use in children with type 2 diabetes (metformin and insulin) are less than optimal for some patients. We evaluated the use of a ketogenic,… Expand
Estimation of resting energy expenditure considering effects of race and diabetes status.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the impact of diabetes status and race, in addition to other covariables, on the estimation of resting energy expenditure (REE). RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS Demographic,… Expand
Assessing appropriate parenteral nutrition ordering practices in tertiary care medical centers.
- K. Martin, M. Delegge, M. Nichols, E. Chapman, Ronald Sollid, Catherine Grych
- JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition
BACKGROUND Parenteral nutrition (PN) is an essential feeding route for specific patient populations. Despite its utility, PN is invasive, costly, and associated with clinical complications. In most… Expand
Interprofessional service-learning in a community setting: findings from a pilot study
- S. Buff, Kelli A. Jenkins, +6 authors A. Blue
- Journal of interprofessional care
- 6 February 2015
Abstract Interprofessional education is becoming more popular in higher education and service-learning has been a successful method to facilitate experiences that foster teamwork between professions.… Expand
What Is the Relationship between Family-Centered Behaviors and Children's Severity of Obesity Index (SOI)?
Feeding the Late Preterm Infant: What Is the Optimal Feeding Method for Adequate Growth Velocity?
Growth Comparison of Very Low Birth Weight Infants Receiving Different Human Milk Fortifier Types
Is the Positive Effect of Dairy Intake on Blood Pressure the Same for Black and White Children