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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Breaking Patterns of Environmentally Influenced Disease for Health Risk Reduction: Immune Pe...2010DeWitt, Jamie C.StudentECU
Breaking Patterns of Environmentally Influenced Disease for Health Risk Reduction: Immune Pe...2010Germolec, Dori R.StudentECU
Breaking Patterns of Environmentally Influenced Disease for Health Risk Reduction: Immune Pe...2010Zelikoff, Judith T.StudentECU
Breaking Patterns of Environmentally Influenced Disease for Health Risk Reduction: Immune Pe...2010Dietert, Rodney R.StudentECU
Cardiometabolic health of Chinese older adults with diabetes living in Beijing, China.2009Jones, Ellen D.FacultyNursing, UNCG
Cardiometabolic health of Chinese older adults with diabetes living in Beijing, China.2009Hu, Jie FacultyNursing, UNCG
Cardiometabolic health of Chinese older adults with diabetes living in Beijing, China.2009Wallace, Debra C.FacultyNursing, UNCG
Central Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome: Implications for Primary Care Providers2004Jones, Ellen D.FacultyNursing, UNCG
Central Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome: Implications for Primary Care Providers2004Kennedy-Malone, Laurie M.FacultyNursing, UNCG
Construct validity of a continuous metabolic syndrome score in children2011Donnelly, Joseph E.StudentECU
Construct validity of a continuous metabolic syndrome score in children2011DuBose, Katrina D.StudentECU
Construct validity of a continuous metabolic syndrome score in children2011Eisenmann, Joey C.StudentECU
Construct validity of a continuous metabolic syndrome score in children2011Laurson, Kelly R.StudentECU
Construct validity of a continuous metabolic syndrome score in children2011Smith, Bryan K.StudentECU
Inflammation and oxidative stress are lower in physically fit and active adults2011Shanely, Andrew FacultyHealth and Exercise Science, ASU
Inflammation and oxidative stress are lower in physically fit and active adults2011Nieman, David FacultyHealth and Exercise Science , ASU
Inflammation and oxidative stress are lower in physically fit and active adults2011Henson, Dru FacultyBiology, ASU