Community-based diabetes screening and risk assessment in rural West Virginia.
Misra R, Fitch CW, Roberts D, Wright D.
J Diabetes Res. 2016; 2016: 2456518.
What does evidence-based mean for nutrition educators? Best practices for choosing nutrition education interventions based on the strength of the evidence.
Dollahite JS, Fitch CW, Carroll J.
J Nutr Educ Behav. 2016; 48(10): 743-748.
Juggling the five dimensions of food access: perceptions of rural low income residents.
Andress L, Fitch CW.
Appetite. 2016; 105: 151-155.
Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: use of nutritive and nonnutritive sweeteners.
Fitch CW, Keim KS, Dietetics AoNa.
J Acad Nutr Diet. 2012; 112(5): 739-758.
Effect of consuming different caloric sweeteners on bone health and possible mechanisms.
Tsanzi E, Fitch CW, Tou JC.
Nutr Rev. 2008; 66(6): 301-309.
Dietary factors affecting iron status of children residing in rural West Virginia.
Fitch CW, Cannon MS, Seidel GE, Krummel DA.
WV Med J. 2008; 104(3): 19-22.
Engaging youth to examine lifestyle behaviors through authentic research with university partnerships.
Bardwell G, Mujuru P, Fitch CW, Seidel GE, Hu W, Sogodogo.K., Chester A.
Int Electron J Health Educ. 2007; 10: 95-103.
Protein, phosphorous and vitamin E intakes are associated with blood lead levels among WIC infants in rural West Virginia.
Penuela N, Blemings KP, Fitch CW.
Nutr Res. 2006; 26: 96-99.
Maternal diabetes and perinatal outcomes in West Virginia Medicaid enrollees.
Gainor RE, Fitch CW, Pollard C.
WV Med J. 2006; 102(1): 314-316.
Dietary intake of children at high risk for cardiovascular disease.
Kelley C, Krummel DA, Gonzales EN, Neal WA, Fitch CW.
J Am Diet Assoc. 2004; 104(2): 222-225.
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