Introductory comments: nutrition, environmental toxins and implications in prevention and intervention of human diseases.

Objectively measured, but not self-reported, medication adherence independently predicts event-free survival in patients with heart failure.

Objectively measured, but not self-reported, medication adherence independently predicts event-free survival in patients with heart failure.

[Anonymous].  2008.  Objectively measured, but not self-reported, medication adherence independently predicts event-free survival in patients with heart failure.. Journal of cardiac failure. 14(3):203-10.

Nutrition self-care in heart failure: state of the science.

Environmental toxicity, nutrition, and gene interactions in the development of atherosclerosis.

Gender differences in and factors related to self-care behaviors: a cross-sectional, correlational study of patients with heart failure.

Gender differences in and factors related to self-care behaviors: a cross-sectional, correlational study of patients with heart failure.

[Anonymous].  2008.  Gender differences in and factors related to self-care behaviors: a cross-sectional, correlational study of patients with heart failure.. International journal of nursing studies. 45(12):1807-15.

Predictors of medication adherence using a multidimensional adherence model in patients with heart failure.

Using nutrition for intervention and prevention against environmental chemical toxicity and associated diseases.

Testing the psychometric properties of the Medication Adherence Scale in patients with heart failure.

The role of caveolin-1 in PCB77-induced eNOS phosphorylation in human-derived endothelial cells.

The Control Attitudes Scale-Revised: psychometric evaluation in three groups of patients with cardiac illness.