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Iowa Fluoride Study and Iowa Bone Development Study Theses and Dissertations

Theses

2015

Yadunwashu, Kalyani. Risk factors for adolescent caries incidence in the Iowa Fluoride Study.

2013

Ahuja, Vinti. Oral health related quality of life among Iowa adolescents.

Blackwelder, Aaron. Association between dietary factors and malocclusion.

2012

Kavand, Golnaz. Associations of adolescents' and parents' dental esthetic perceptions with dental fluorosis and the Dental Aesthetic Index: a longitudinal study.

2009

Bhagavatula, Pradeep. Fluorosis in the early permanent dentition: evaluating gene-environment interactions.

Rankin, Scott. Dietary fluoride intake of Iowa Fluoride Study children with an emphasis on solid foods.

Cooperstein, Elaine Constance. Physical activity levels of urban and rural young children in the Iowa Bone Development Study.

2001

Mariri, Boipelo. Effects of medically administered antibiotics and dietary habits on dental caries experience in the primary dentition.

Dissertations

2016

King, Maggie Marie. The vertical jump test as a health promotion screening tool for predicting bone strength in young adults. 

2010

Kwon, Soyang. Physical activity, cardiorespiratory fitness, adiposity, and cardiovascular health in children and adolescents.

Chankanka, Oitip. Dietary intake and dental caries in children.

Phattarataratip, Ekarat. The role of salivary antimicrobial peptides in shaping Streptococcus mutans ecology.

2007

Wenthe, Phyllis J. The predisposing, reinforcing, and enabling factors associated with physical activity and sedentary behavior in males and females during early adolescence. 

2004

Hong, Liang. The associations of diffuse opacities of dental enamel with amoxicillin use during childhood.

2001

Eichenberger-Gilmore, Julie. Influence of early infant diet on bone density during childhood.