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1. Foot Problems in Diabetes: An Overview


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2. Equations for the interpretation of normal stress differences in polymer solutions and melts


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3. Elevated thyroid stimulating hormone is associated with elevated cortisol in healthy young men and women

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4. Elevated thyroid stimulating hormone is associated with elevated cortisol in healthy young men and women


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5. Elevated thyroid stimulating hormone is associated with elevated cortisol in healthy young men and women

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6. Effects of a DASH-like diet containing lean beef on vascular health

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7. Consumption of a Legume-Enriched, Low-Glycemic Index Diet Is Associated with Biomarkers of Insulin Resistance and Inflammation among Men at Risk for Colorectal Cancer12

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8. A High Legume Low Glycemic Index Diet Improves Serum Lipid Profiles in Men

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9. Increased urinary excretion of triiodthyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4) and decreased serum thyreotropic hormone (TSH) induced by motion sickness


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10. Increased secretion of growth hormone, prolactin, antidiuretic hormone, and cortisol induced by the stress of motion sickness


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