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2000
Fuller-Thomson, Esme,  Minkler, Meredith . African American grandparents raising grandchildren: A national profile of demographic and health characteristics. Health and Social Work. 225, (2), 109-118.
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2002
Gassman, Ruth A.,  Demone, Harold W.,  Wechsler, Henry . College students' drinking: Master's in social work compared with undergraduate students. Health and Social Work. 27, (3), 184-192.
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2002
Yacoubian, George S., Jr.,  Urbach, Blake J. A comparison of drug use between welfare-receiving arrestees and non-welfare-receiving arrestees. Health and Social Work. 27, (3), 230-233.
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2011
Strauss, Judy R. Contextual influences on women's health concerns and attitudes toward menopause. Health and Social Work. 36, (2), 121-127.
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2013
Cheng, Tyrone C.,  Robinson, Michael A. Factors leading African Americans and Black Caribbeans to use social work services for treating mental and substance use disorders. Health and Social Work. 38, (2), 99-109.
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2007
Cheng, Tyrone C. Impact of work requirements on the psychological well-being of TANF recipients. Health and Social Work. 32, (1), 41-48.
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2006
Hinterlong, James E. Race disparities in health among older adults: Examining the role of productive engagement. Health and Social Work. 31, 275-288.
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1999
Sable, Marjorie R.,  Wilkinson, Deborah Schild . The role of perceived stress on prenatal care utilization: Implications for social work practice. Health and Social Work. 24, (2), 138-146.
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