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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Active Mothers Postpartum: A Randomized Controlled Weight-Loss Intervention Trial2009Lovelady, Cheryl A.FacultyNutrition, UNCG
Ambivalent messages: Adolescents’ perspectives on pregnancy and birth.2013Tanner , Amanda ElizabethFacultyPublic Health Education, UNCG
Ambivalent messages: Adolescents’ perspectives on pregnancy and birth.2013Ma, Alice FacultyPublic Health Education, UNCG
Commentary on Jesse, D.E., Schoneboom, C., & Blanchard, A. The effect of faith or spirituali...2007Shattell, Mona M.FacultyNursing, UNCG
Effects of altered folate metabolism on specific gene expression in the developing Xenopus e...2006Dissanayake, Bupathi S.StudentBiology, UNCG
Emotional cushioning in pregnancy after perinatal loss2011Côté-Arsenault, Denise FacultyNursing, UNCG
Impact of an Evidence Based Prenatal Care Model on Patient Outcomes2010Lewallen, Lynne P.FacultyNursing, UNCG
‘‘My Baby Is a Person’’: Parents’ Experiences with Life-Threatening Fetal Diagnosis2011Côté-Arsenault, Denise FacultyNursing, UNCG
“Our objective wasn’t to belittle people’s behavior”: the history of gestational diabetes, 1...2013Foy, Marjorie ElvinStudentHistory, UNCG
Planning for a New Baby: A Creative Approach to Learning2004Côté-Arsenault, Denise FacultyNursing, UNCG
Prenatal yoga practice in late pregnancy and patterning of change in optimism power and we...2011Reis, Pamela J.StudentNursing, ECU
Restrained Expectations in Late Pregnancy Following Loss2007Côté-Arsenault, Denise FacultyNursing, UNCG
Watching & Worrying: Early Pregnancy after Loss Experiences2006Côté-Arsenault, Denise FacultyNursing, UNCG
We Do Babies! The Trials, Tribulations, and Triumphs of Pregnancy and Parenting in the Acade...2008Fine, Mark FacultyHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG