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Most Highly Cited Papers
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2018

  1. Alderete TL, Jones RB, Chen Z, Kim JS, Habre R, Lurman F, Gilliland FD & Goran MI Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollution and the Composition of the Gut Microbiota in Overweight and Obese Adolescents Environmental Research 161: 472-478, 2018 PubMed
  2. Toledo-Corral CM, Alderete TL, Habre R, Berhane K, Lurmann F, Weigensberg MJ, Goran MI & Gilliland FD. Effects of air pollution exposure on glucose metabolism in Los Angeles minority children Pediatric Obesity 13 (1): 54-62, 2018 PubMed
  3. Goran MI, Riemer SL and Alderete TL Simplified and Age-Appropriate Recommendations for Added Sugars in Children Pediatric Obesity 13(4): 269-272, 2018 PubMed
  4. Hasson RE, Hsu YJ, Davis JN, Goran MI & Spruijt-Metz D The Influence of parental Education on Dietary Intake in Latino Youth J Immigrant & Minority Health 20 (1): 250-254, 2018 PubMed
  5. Jones RB, Alderete TL, Martin AA, Geary BA, Hwang DH, Palmer SL & Goran MI Probiotic Supplementation Increases Obesity with No Detectable Effects on Liver Fat or Gut Microbiota in Obese Hispanic Adolescents: a 16-week, randomized, placebo-controlled trial. Pediatric Obesity 13: (11): 705-714 PubMed
  6. Davis JN, Asigbee FM, Markowitz AK, Landry S, Vandyousefi S, Khazaee E, Ghaddar R & Goran MI Consumption of artificial sweetened beverages associated with adiposity and increasing HbA1c in Hispanic youth Clinical Obesity 8(4): 236-243, 2018 PubMed
  7. Berger PK, Fields DA, Demerath EW, Fujiwara H & Goran MI High-fructose corn syrup-sweetened beverage increases breast milk fructose levels in lactating women: a randomized crossover trial Nutrients May 24; 10(6), Article Number: 669, 2018 PubMed

 

 

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