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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Adequacy of Maternal Iron Status Protects against Behavioral, Neuroanatomical, and Growth De...2012Rufer, Echoleah S.StudentECU
Adequacy of Maternal Iron Status Protects against Behavioral, Neuroanatomical, and Growth De...2012Andrzejewski, Matthew E.StudentECU
Adequacy of Maternal Iron Status Protects against Behavioral, Neuroanatomical, and Growth De...2012Flentke, George R.StudentECU
Adequacy of Maternal Iron Status Protects against Behavioral, Neuroanatomical, and Growth De...2012Smith, Susan M.StudentECU
Adequacy of Maternal Iron Status Protects against Behavioral, Neuroanatomical, and Growth De...2012Tran, Tuan D.StudentECU
Adequacy of Maternal Iron Status Protects against Behavioral, Neuroanatomical, and Growth De...2012Attridge, Megan M.StudentECU
Effects of altered folate metabolism on specific gene expression in the developing Xenopus e...2006Dissanayake, Bupathi S.StudentBiology, UNCG
Establishing evidence for the validity for a measure of idealization of adolescent pregnancy...2014Stroupe, Laurie PendletonStudentWCU
Influence of exercise mode on pregnancy outcomes: ENHANCED by Mom project2015Moyer, Carmen StudentECU
Influence of exercise mode on pregnancy outcomes: ENHANCED by Mom project2015Livingston, Jeffrey StudentECU
Influence of exercise mode on pregnancy outcomes: ENHANCED by Mom project2015Fang, Xiangming StudentECU
Influence of exercise mode on pregnancy outcomes: ENHANCED by Mom project2015May, Linda EStudentECU
Macronutrient Intake of Pregnant Exercisers and Non-Exercisers2016Fulcher, Kristen NStudentECU
“Our objective wasn’t to belittle people’s behavior”: the history of gestational diabetes, 1...2013Foy, Marjorie ElvinStudentHistory, UNCG
Prenatal yoga practice in late pregnancy and patterning of change in optimism power and we...2011Reis, Pamela J.StudentNursing, ECU