Lori A Kaley

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BACKGROUND To improve diet quality and overall population health, the need to develop nutritional rating systems that are comprehensive in scope and easy for the consumer to understand and use at the point-of-purchase has emerged. OBJECTIVE Our aim was to examine the effect of a comprehensive storewide supermarket point-of-purchase nutrition navigation(More)
BACKGROUND The prevalence of childhood "overweight" and "at risk for overweight" has become a major public health concern. School food environments can affect key nutritional risk factors, especially in high schools where foods of poor nutrient value are pervasive in à la carte and vending programs. This study examines à la carte and vending programs in(More)
BACKGROUND A healthy school nutrition environment may be important for decreasing childhood overweight. This article describes a project to make healthier snacks and beverages available in vending machines and à la carte programs in Maine public high schools. CONTEXT Seven public high schools in Maine volunteered to participate in this project. Four(More)
Immunization of hairless mice with a TK-, ACVr, non-pathogenic herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 1 mutant protected the mice against reinfection with lethal doses of the parental pathogenic HSV strain. The protection conferred by the mutant against the establishment of latency after reinfection with the parental strain was dependent on the site of(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine change in high school students' beverage consumption patterns pre- and post-intervention of reduced availability of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) and diet soda in school food venues. DESIGN A prospective, quasi-experimental, nonrandomized study design. SETTING Public high schools. PARTICIPANTS A convenience sample from control(More)
PURPOSE . To describe the collaborative process between a grocery retailer and a panel of nutrition experts used to develop a nutrition guidance system (Guiding Stars) that evaluates the nutrient profile of all edible products in the supermarket, and to report the results of the food and beverage ratings. DESIGN . A collaboration between a private retailer(More)
The effects of topical application of phosphonoacetic acid on the colonization of mouse trigeminal ganglia by herpes simplex virus type 1 were examined. The results showed that the extent of colonization of ganglia by virus is related to the time elapsed between virus inoculation and application of this agent. In most cases, treatment started up to 12 h(More)
As Americans attempt to reduce sodium consumption, demand for alternatives to ordinary table salt is increasing. Some of the products now marketed as replacements have substantial levels of sodium chloride. They may, however, also provide potentially beneficial electrolytes, such as potassium, calcium, and magnesium. This report reviews the role of(More)
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