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  • Gas-Mediated Cancer Bioimaging and Therapy. [Journal Article]
    ACS Nano 2019Chen L, Zhou SF, … Song J
  • Gas-involving cancer theranostics have attracted considerable attention in recent years due to their high therapeutic efficacy and biosafety. We have reviewed the recent significant advances in the development of stimuli-responsive gas releasing molecules (GRMs) and gas nanogenerators for cancer bio-imaging, targeted and controlled gas therapy, and gas-sensitized synergistic therapy. We have focu…
  • Exercise for Smoking Cessation in Post-Menopausal Women: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. [Journal Article]
    Nicotine Tob Res 2019Oncken C, Allen S, … Dornelas E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Exercise, compared to relaxation, was associated with a reduced BMI and CPD in postmenopausal women, but did not increase end of treatment or prolonged abstinence. Further research is needed to devise exercise programs that increase smoking cessation rates in postmenopausal women.This study adds to the literature on the effectiveness of a moderate exercise intervention compared to a relaxation control condition as an adjunctive treatment for smoking cessation in postmenopausal women. Our exercise program did not increase end of treatment or prolonged abstinence rates in postmenopausal women; however, there was a beneficial effect on smoking reduction and reduced body mass index. Additional research is needed to devise exercise programs that increase smoking cessation rates in postmenopausal women.
  • Carbon monoxide poisonings in hotels and motels: The problem silently continues. [Journal Article]
    Prev Med Rep 2019; 16:100975Hampson NB, Hauschildt KL, … Weaver LK
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning remains common in the United States. One component of effective prevention involves identification of scenarios in which poisoning occurs to guide development of appropriate interventions. This study was conducted to determine the significance of the problem of carbon monoxide poisoning occurring in US hotels, motels and resorts. This is a population-based case series of…
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