Nicholas A Weida

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Stress is thought to be a potent suppressor of reproduction. However, the vast majority of studies focus on the relationship between chronic stress and reproductive suppression, despite the fact that chronic stress is rare in the wild. We investigated the role of fasting in altering acute stress physiology, reproductive physiology, and reproductive behavior(More)
I n his 2008 research letter, Ebell 1 highlights the relationship between residency fill rates and physician specialty salary (r= 0.82). Mullan 2 referred to this as the " white-follows-green law. " In the same issue, Salsberg et al 3 reported that graduate medical education (GME) expansion since funding caps were put in place favored nonprimary care(More)
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