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Banta JE, Przekop P, Haviland MG, Pereau M. Binge drinking among California adults: results from the 2005 California Health Interview Survey. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse 2008;34(6):801. abstract

Brotherton SS, Krause JS, Nietert PJ. A pilot study of factors associated with falls in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury. J Spinal Cord Med. 2007;30(3):243-250. abstract html

Ravesloot CH, Seekins T, Cahill T, Lindgren S, Nary DE, White G. Health promotion for people with disabilities: development and evaluation of the Living Well with a Disability program. Health Educ Res 2007;22(4):522–531. abstract

Ipsen C, Ravesloot C, Seekins T, Seninger S. A financial cost–benefit analysis of a health promotion program for individuals with mobility impairments. Journal of Disability Policy Studies 2006;16(4):220-228. See http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/proedcw/jdps/2006/00000017/00000002/art00002

Chew LD, Nelson KM, Young BA, Bradley KA. Association between alcohol consumption and diabetes preventive practices. Fam Med 2005;37(8):589–94. abstract

Ravesloot C, Seekins T, White G. Living Well With a Disability Health Promotion Intervention: Improved Health Status for Consumers and Lower Costs for Health Care Policymakers. Rehab Psychol 2005;50(3):239–245. abstract

Wheaton AG, Blanck HM, Gizlice Z, Reyes M. Medicinal herb use in a population-based survey of adults: prevalence and frequency of use, reasons for use, and use among their children. Ann Epidemiol 2005;15(9):678–85. abstract

Ravesloot C, Seekins T, Ipsen C, Seninger S, Murphy-Southwick C, Brennan L, et al. A cost-effectiveness analysis of a community-based health promotion intervention for adults with mobility impairments (Final report). Missoula: University of Montana, Rural Institute on Disabilities 2003.

Berra K. The effect of lifestyle interventions on quality of life and patient satisfaction with health and health care. J Cardiovasc Nurs 2003;18(4):319-325. abstract

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