N M DiAngelis

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Many of the predisposing factors to current morbidity and mortality relate to societally approved behaviors. Attempts to intervene or change behavioral patterns after a chronic condition is clinically established are limited in effectiveness. Because health maintenance as a conceptual activity occurs outside the medical care delivery system, organizations(More)
Hypertension screening is a common activity in dental offices. However, this setting may elevate blood pressure, resulting in excessive patient concern and referrals. To experimentally test this question, blood pressure was measured in 60 subjects in a dental setting and a medical setting. Systolic and diastolic pressure differences were small but(More)
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