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Academic Article Cardiovascular stress responses in young adulthood associated with family-of-origin relationship experiences.
Academic Article Emotional and cardiovascular sensitization to daily stress following childhood parental loss.
Academic Article Lifestyle in France and the United States: an American perspective.
Academic Article Childhood adversity and pubertal timing: understanding the origins of adulthood cardiovascular risk.
Academic Article Reliable change in depression during behavioral weight loss treatment among women with major depression.
Academic Article A call for an end to the diet debates.
Academic Article Adherence to diets for weight loss--reply.
Academic Article Early-treatment weight loss predicts 6-month weight loss in women with obesity and depression: implications for stepped care.
Academic Article Design of the Lifestyle Improvement through Food and Exercise (LIFE) study: a randomized controlled trial of self-management of type 2 diabetes among African American patients from safety net health centers.
Academic Article Managing temptation in obesity treatment: A neurobehavioral model of intervention strategies.
Academic Article Development of a lifestyle intervention for the metabolic syndrome: Discovery through proof-of-concept.
Academic Article Understanding Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Physical Performance in Mid-Life Women: Findings from SWAN (Study of Women's Health Across the Nation).
Academic Article Factors Influencing Longitudinal Stair Climb Performance from Midlife to Early Late Life: The Study of Women's Health Across the Nation Chicago and Michigan Sites.
Academic Article Impact of Chronic Medical Condition Development on Longitudinal Physical Function from Mid- to Early Late-Life: The Study of Women's Health Across the Nation.

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