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|War and non-war stressors, family resources, coping and family adaptation among Lebanese families |
|Water Soluble Polymer Drug Therapies for Targeted Delivery to Pancreatic Cancer |
|Ways of promoting a healthy community: A critical ethnography of rural Thai women |
|Welfare recidivism: An examination of selected interpersonal factors as determinants of a return to welfare |
|WHAT CAUSES DIARRHEA IN THE UNITED STATES? Risk Factors for and Causes of Diarrhea in Selected Jurisdictions in the United States |
|Within State Geographic Variation in Antipsychotic Medication Treatment for Medicaid-insured Children and Adolescents in a U.S. Pacific State |
|Women's self-efficacy for prevention of sexual risk behavior |
|Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Certifiers' Knowledge and Attitudes regarding the Prevention of Early Childhood Caries |
|The work environment of Army hospital nurses: Measurement and construct validity |
|Work stress/strain, low job satisfaction, and intent to leave home health care nursing among Home Health Care Registered Nurses (HHC RNs) |
|Work-related and personal factors influencing job satisfaction and intent to leave among certified nursing assistants in nursing homes |
|Workplace violence in the home visiting workplace: Development of measures |
|XIAP-p47 Pairing Activates the Immune Deficiency Pathway in the Lyme Disease Tick Ixodes scapularis |
|Yeast RNA polymerase II largest subunit replaced in vivo with a mouse RNA polymerase II largest subunit |
|Youth risk factors and educational outcomes of mentored and non-mentored youth |
|Zero-order release through nonuniform drug distribution in a noneroding diffusional matrix: Theoretical design and actual manufacture |
|“Zoom in” on protein functions through integrated mass spectrometry |
|ZSCAN4: A Novel Regulator of Telomere Length in Cancer |
|β-catenin, TCF, and ICAT in T cell development, function, and aging |
|ω-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Cardiac Mitochondria |
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