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Identification of patients with arthritis and arthritis-related functional limitation using administrative data.
Step ahead a worksite obesity prevention trial among hospital employees.
Perceived accessibility as a predictor of youth smoking.
Small-area estimation and prioritizing communities for obesity control in Massachusetts.
Small-area estimation and prioritizing communities for tobacco control efforts in Massachusetts.
The effect of systematic clinical interventions with cigarette smokers on quit status and the rates of smoking-related primary care office visits.
Challenges in sodium intake reduction and meal consumption patterns among participants with metabolic syndrome in a dietary trial.
Recent increases in efficiency in cigarette nicotine delivery: implications for tobacco control.
Tailoring community-based wellness initiatives with latent class analysis--Massachusetts Community Transformation Grant projects.
Access to healthy food stores modifies effect of a dietary intervention.
Smokeless tobacco products sold in Massachusetts from 2003 to 2012: trends and variations in brand availability, nicotine contents and design features.
Disparities in access to healthy and unhealthy foods in central Massachusetts: implications for public health policy.
Declining Trends and Widening Disparities in Overweight and Obesity Prevalence Among Massachusetts Public School Districts, 2009-2014.
Survival Rates in Trauma Patients Following Health Care Reform in Massachusetts.
Gender and Age Differences in Levels, Types and Locations of Physical Activity among Older Adults Living in Car-Dependent Neighborhoods.
Youth access to indoor tanning salons in urban versus rural/suburban communities.
"Working on Wellness:" protocol for a worksite health promotion capacity-building program for employers.