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The Effect of Maternal Fat Specialization on Infant Birthweight
In order to maximize the number of infants weighing in the birthweight range associated with the lowest amount of morbidity and mortality (2,500-4,000 grams) the complex interactions between the anthropometric, social, and ...
Oral Health Education for Children: A Delphi Study of Effectiveness
Oral health is a primary component of health that can have a large impact on the overall health and wellbeing of a person, yet it is commonly overlooked. In the United States, dental caries is the most common chronic disease ...
Advanced Kinetics of Novel, Non-peptidic Thiosemicarbazone Inhibitors of Cathepsin B
The lysosomal cysteine protease cathepsin B is considered to be an attractive target for the synthesis of anticancer drugs due to its over-expression in cancerous cells and its involvement in tumor formation. Among its ...
Public Perception and Poverty: The Importance of Understanding How We Think about the Impoverished
American thoughts and attitudes are affected by fact, fiction, and experience. My research explores public perception of the impoverished by considering academic writing and the popular media, then examining one organization ...
Thermal Degradation as a Function of Time and Temperature in a Coconut Shell Powder-Polypropylene Composite
Due to increasing environmental awareness and the rapid depletion of nonrenewable resources, natural materials have become more common as fillers in polymeric composites. Coconut shell powder (CSP) as a functional filler ...