Maureen Wimberly Groer
Affiliation: University of Tennessee
- Effects of separation and separation with supplemental stroking in BALb/c infant miceMaureen W Groer
University of Tennessee College of Nursing, Knoxville 37996 4180, USA
Biol Res Nurs 3:119-31. 2002..Pooled organ homogenates were used in this preliminary work, and further studies are needed to more precisely analyze the stress, immune, and growth effects of these interventions...
- Postpartum stress: current concepts and the possible protective role of breastfeedingMaureen Wimberly Groer
The University of Tennessee, College of Nursing, Knoxville 37996 4180, USA
J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs 31:411-7. 2002..To review stress during the postpartum and the research supporting that a unique, protective biology exists in breastfeeding mothers that may reduce reactivity to stress...
- Selection of subjects for human milk surveillance and research studiesMaureen Wimberley Groer
University of Tennessee College of Nursing, Knoxville, 37996, USA
J Toxicol Environ Health A 65:1853-65. 2002..S. population require somewhat different approaches...
- Neuroendocrine and immune relationships in postpartum fatigueMaureen Groer
University of Tennessee College of Nursing, Knoxville, USA
MCN Am J Matern Child Nurs 30:133-8. 2005..To explore relationships between fatigue, depression, stress, and infection in the postpartum...
- Immunity, inflammation and infection in post-partum breast and formula feedersMaureen Wimberly Groer
University of Tennessee College of Nursing, 1200 Volunteer Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37996, USA
Am J Reprod Immunol 54:222-31. 2005..Many physiological changes occur, such as uterine involution and recovery of non-pregnant immune status. These changes may also affect susceptibility to disease...
- Differences between exclusive breastfeeders, formula-feeders, and controls: a study of stress, mood, and endocrine variablesMaureen W Groer
Research and Evaluation, University of Tennessee College of Nursing, Knoxville, TN 37996 4180, USA
Biol Res Nurs 7:106-17. 2005..Breastfeeding appears to be somewhat protective of negative moods and stress...
- Exercise is associated with elevated proinflammatory cytokines in human milkMaureen W Groer
University of South Florida, College of Nursing, Tampa, FL 33612, USA
J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs 38:35-41. 2009..To explore relationships between self-reported exercise in postpartum women and concentrations of cytokines and secretory immunoglobulin A in their milk...