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Norburn JE, Bernard SL, Konrad TR, Woomert A, DeFriese GH, Kalsbeek WD, Koch GG, Ory MG. Self-care and assistance from others in coping with functional status limitations among a national sample of older adults. The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences. 1995 ;50(2):S101-9.
Kramish Campbell M, Polhamus B, McClelland JW, Bennett K, Kalsbeek WD, Coole D, Jackson B, Demark-Wahnefried W. Assessing fruit and vegetable consumption in a 5 a day study targeting rural blacks: the issue of portion size. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 1996 ;96(10):1040-2.
Orleans CT, Schoenbach VJ, Salmon MA, Strecher VJ, Kalsbeek W, Quade D, Brooks EF, Konrad TR, Blackmon C, Watts CD. A survey of smoking and quitting patterns among black Americans. American journal of public health. 1989 ;79(2):176-81.
Linn S, Fulwood R, Carroll M, Brook JG, Johnson C, Kalsbeek WD, Rifkind BM. Serum total cholesterol: HDL cholesterol ratios in US white and black adults by selected demographic and socioeconomic variables. American journal of public health. 1991 ;81(8):1038-43.
Carey TS, Evans A, Hadler N, Kalsbeek W, McLaughlin C, Fryer J. Care-seeking among individuals with chronic low back pain. Spine. 1995 ;20(3):312-7.
Carey TS, Garrett J, Jackman A, Sanders L, Kalsbeek W. Reporting of acute low back pain in a telephone interview. Identification of potential biases. Spine. 1995 ;20(7):787-90.
Campbell MK, Demark-Wahnefried W, Symons M, Kalsbeek WD, Dodds J, Cowan A, Jackson B, Motsinger B, Hoben K, Lashley J, et al. Fruit and vegetable consumption and prevention of cancer: the Black Churches United for Better Health project. American journal of public health. 1999 ;89(9):1390-6.
Carey TS, Evans AT, Hadler NM, Lieberman G, Kalsbeek WD, Jackman AM, Fryer JG, McNutt RA. Acute severe low back pain. A population-based study of prevalence and care-seeking. Spine. 1996 ;21(3):339-44.