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1 Sample, SusanHigh impactFrom 1993-97, Gilbert contributed to seven articles published in top peer-reviewed journals, which were then cited 1,157 times, or an average of 165.3 times per paper. When Gilbert heard the news, "it kind of blew me away." He acknowledged that the articles, clinical trials of new drugs to treat chr...Chronic Heart Failure; ACE Inhibitors; Beta -Blockers2000-03
2 Research in brief: Winter 2005Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2005-12
3 Research in brief: Spring 2005Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2005-03
4 Research in brief: Winter 2001Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2001-12
5 Dwan, JohnMaybe your genes made you eat itAnother snack? The queston is: why do people eat? Is it anxiety, habbit, immediate gratification? Or, do your genes make you do it? Could there be a genetic predisposition to obesity , a genetic defect that makes some people hungrier more often than others? If a genetic link is found and a drug can ...Genetic Factors; Diet; Predisposion to Obesity2000-03
6 Research in brief: Fall 2001Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2001-09
7 Chachas, MaryIn Keith Barney's territory, it's what you can do that countsOne of eight children, Barney remembers that he was very lonely and somewhat sad during his hospital stay. "Nobody sat me down and told me I was paralyzed," he recalled. "They were ambiguous with the information they gave me and sort of let me figure it out by myself. At 14, I wanted to believe one ...Rehabilitation Therapy; Wheelchairs; Sports2001-09
8 Chachas, MaryBetter resolutionThere's hardly anyone around today who is not familiar with the ultrasound image of a baby in the uterus. Usually it's confirmation that the fetus is all right, and the birth can be anticipated with joy. The skilled eye of a diagnostics expert, however, may detect something troubling. "A smal...Prenatal Diagnosis; Amniocentesis; Pregnancy; Fetus2002-03
9 Dwan, JohnIgnored medical problemA physician who doesn't recommend that a patient stop smoking is hard to find. Few, however, try to help patients lose weight, even though a recent National Institutes of Health (NIH) study showed that at least 300,000 deaths each year can be attributed to being overweight, obese or severely overwei...Diet; Life Style; Therapeutic Aspects; Science of nutrition2000-03
10 Brillinger, AnneDiet; If you go "On" a diet, you're bound to go "OffIf you go "ON" a diet, you're bound to go "OF". Diet is a four-letter word. Just ask the millions of frustrated overweight Americans who've struggled to stay on one. Making fairly simple lifestyle changes can improve how you feelDiet; Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis; Body Mass Index; Food Guide Pyramid2000-03
11 Research in brief: Fall 2004Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2004-09
12 Chachas, MaryFunction or fun?What motivates us to 'Get Movin' depends on age. Regular physical activity greatly reduces the risk of dying from coronary heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States. Physical activity also reduces the risk of developing diabetes, hypertension, and colon cancer, enhances mental h...Motion; Physical Activity; Exercise2000-03
13 Research in brief: Summer 2001Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2001-06
14 Sample, SusanUsing Weight to Control the UncontrollableBulimic behavior? Jane M. Blackwell, Ph.D., remembers how people would wrinkle their foreheads when she used the phrase in lectures 15 years ago. "Now it's a household word. "We thought bulimia would be gone, that it was a fad," said the clinical psychologist, who first held a therapy sess...Eating Disorders; Body Image; Serotonin2000-03
15 Research in brief: Summer 2003Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2003-06
16 Sample, SusanMore than meets the eyeIf you depend only upon your eyes, you won't see what's really going on in a research lab-even in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, where the focus is on understanding vision. "You don't really see with the eye," said Jennifer S. Lund, Ph.D., professor of ophthalmology at the Un...Vision; Molecular Biology; Eye2001-09
17 Research in brief: Spring 1999Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health1999-09
18 Research in brief: Spring 2002Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2002-03
19 Catinella, A. Peter; Nelson, Linda L.; Butler, Sam; Gerwels, John W.Opinion: have health-care professionals lost control of a medical system that increasingly relies upon non-medical gatekeepers?Proposed legislation intended to protect patients in managed health-care plans, known as the Patient Bill of Rights, raises what some consider a larger question: Have health-care professionals lost control of a medical system that increasingly relies upon non-medical gatekeepers?HMO'S; Managed Care; Health Care Costs1998-12
20 Research in brief: Summer 2004Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2004-06
21 Sample, SusanShattering stereotypes: aging adults aren't naturally unhappyHealthy older adults ramain engaged and interested in life. Just because they're aging doesn't mean they lose interest in life. "In this culture, we have a perception of what it's like to grow old: life isn't a whole lot of fun" We have an image of older adults whose faces are lined with fatigue as ...Aging Adults; Depression; Geriatrics1998-12
22 Research in brief: Spring 2000Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2000-03
23 Research in brief: Winter 2002-2003Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2002-12
24 Research in brief: Winter 1998Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health1998-12
25 Research in brief: Winter 2003-2004Summaries of Selected Research Projects at the University of Utah Health Sciences CenterResearch: School of Medicine, College of Pharmacy;, College of Nursing, College of Health2003-12
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