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African American Parents in the Search Stage of College Choice
A serious imbalance exists in today's African American undergraduate student population in which the number of women far outnumber the number of men. Although at the macro level, political,… Expand
The Effect of Delaying Childbirth on Primary Cesarean Section Rates
Background The relationship between population trends in delaying childbirth and rising rates of primary cesarean delivery is unclear. The aims of the present study were (1) to characterize the… Expand
Breastfeeding is Associated with Reduced Childhood Hospitalization: Evidence from a Scottish Birth Cohort (1997-2009)
- Omotomilola Ajetunmobi, B. Whyte, +6 authors D. Stockton
- The Journal of pediatrics
- 1 March 2015
Objective To evaluate the risk of childhood hospitalization associated with infant feeding patterns at 6-8 weeks of age in Scotland. Study design A retrospective population level study based on the… Expand
Adverse effects and cognitive function among primary care patients taking opioids for chronic nonmalignant pain.
Chronic opioid therapy is commonly prescribed for chronic nonmalignant pain. Few published data describe the adverse effects experienced by patients with chronic nonmalignant pain being treated by… Expand
Domestic abuse during the previous year in a sample of postpartum women.
- H. Certain, Meridith Mueller, Tanya D Jagodzinski, M. Fleming
- Journal of obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal…
OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence and the correlates of domestic abuse in women presenting for a postpartum visit. DESIGN Data were collected via a cross-sectional survey. Multivariate logistic… Expand
Total economic cost and burden of dengue in Nicaragua: 1996-2010.
- Z. Wettstein, M. Fleming, +5 authors R. Kulkarni
- The American journal of tropical medicine and…
- 3 October 2012
The burden of dengue in Nicaragua has been steadily rising during the last three decades; however, there have been few efforts to quantify the burden (measured in disability-adjusted life years… Expand
Risk perception by offshore workers on UK oil and gas platforms
This paper reports the first investigation of risk perception by workers on offshore oil and gas installations on the UK Continental Shelf, following changes in offshore safety legislation in the… Expand
Effectiveness of brief interventions after alcohol-related vehicular injury: A randomized controlled trial.
- M. Sommers, J. Dyehouse, S. Howe, M. Fleming, Jamison D. Fargo, J. Schafer
- The Journal of trauma
- 1 September 2006
BACKGROUND Because 40% of motor vehicle fatalities in the United States are alcohol-related, interventions delivered by trauma clinicians targeted to reduce drinking are of particular importance to… Expand
"Nurse, I only had a couple of beers": validity of self-reported drinking before serious vehicular injury.
- M. Sommers, J. Dyehouse, S. Howe, K. Wekselman, M. Fleming
- American journal of critical care : an official…
- 1 March 2002
BACKGROUND Of the more than 40000 Americans killed each year in vehicular crashes, 40% are involved in alcohol-related collisions. Although self-reported alcohol use has become an anchor for alcohol… Expand
Educational and Health Outcomes of Children Treated for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Importance Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects 39 million people worldwide; in isolation, it doubles annual health care costs and, when associated with comorbid mental health… Expand