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Use of conventional care and complementary/alternative medicine among US adults with arthritis.
The demand for dental care and financial barriers in accessing care among adults in California.
The effect of functional limitations on the demand for dental care among adults 65 and older.
Dental utilization among Hispanic adults in agricultural worker families in California's Central Valley.
The relationship between perceived discrimination and psychotherapeutic and illicit drug misuse in Chicago, IL, USA.
Facilitators and Barriers to Dental Care Among Mexican Migrant Women and Their Families in North San Diego County.
Formative Research: Using a Community-Based Participatory Research Approach to Develop an Oral Health Intervention for Migrant Mexican Families.
Utilization and Cost Analysis of a Chronically Ill, Newly Insured Indigent Population.
Dental Service Utilization Among Children in the Child Welfare System.
Assessing symptoms, disease severity, and quality of life in the clinical context: a theoretical framework.
How do we measure shortages of dental hygienists and dental assistants? Evidence from California: 1997-2005.
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Associations Between Nonclinical Services and Patient-Experience Outcomes in US Acute Care Hospitals.
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