Health–-including conventional medicine and folk medicine

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BOUG003

Boughman, Arvis Locklear, and Loretta O. Oxendine. Herbal remedies of the Lumbee Indians. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2003.  key-source.gif Key source

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GOLD001

Goldsmith, Thomas. "N.C. Rural Hospital Leader Worries About Looming ACA Repeal." North Carolina Health News December 7, 2016.

WILL008

Willets, Sarah. "In Robeson, a third of potential moms uninsured." Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]. July 8, 2016

LANG001

Langdon, Sarah E., Golden, Shannon L., Arnold, Elizabeth M., Maynor, Rhonda F., Bryant Alfred, Freeman, V. Kay, Bell, Ronny A. "Lessons learned from a community-based participatory research mental health promotion program for American Indian youth." Health Promotion Practice, Vol 17(3), May, 2016. pp. 457-463.

BROO004

Brooks, Jada L., Diane Holdtich-Davis, Sharron L. Docherty, and Christina S. Theodorou. "Birthing and Parenting a Premature Infant in a Cultural Context." Qualitative Health Research 26.3 (2016): 387-398.

SHIL034

Shiles, Bob. “Tribal Council – signs off – health efforts.” The Robesonian (Lumberton, NC). October 16, 2015

ZHAN001

Zhang, Chelsea, Dario Roque, Jessie A. Ehrisman, Nicola DiSanto, Gloria Broadwater, Kemi M. Doll, Paola A. Gehrig, Angela Alvarez Secord, and Laura J. Havrilesky. "Lumbee Native American Ancestry and the Incidence of Aggressive Histologic Subtypes of Endometrial Cancer." Gynecologic Oncology Reports 13 (August 2015): 49-52.

OXEN012

Oxendine, Lisa Huggins. "Critical factors related to communication of nutrition information targeting Lumbee women in Robeson County, NC." Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, Vol 76(5-B)(E), 2015.

MURA001

Murawski, John. “Robeson Co. has highest percentage of enrollments in NC under ACA.” Robesonian [Lumberton, NC]  October 2, 2014.

RENT001

Rentz, Page. “More than $1 million going to improve health of babies in Robeson County.” Fayobserver [Fayetteville, NC] September 8, 2014.

KIME001

Kimes, Caroline M., Golden, Shannon L., Maynor, Rhonda F., Spangler, John G., Bell, Ronny A. "Lessons learned in community research through the Native Proverbs 31 Health Project." Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy, Vol 11, Apr. 17, 2014. ArtID: 130256.

KIME001

Kimes, Caroline M., Golden, Shannon L., Maynor, Rhonda F., Spangler, John G., Bell, Ronny A. "Lessons learned in community research through the Native Proverbs 31 Health Project." Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy, Vol 11, Apr. 17, 2014. ArtID: 130256.

JACO002

Jacobs, Allison, et al. "Beliefs About Diabetes And Medication Adherence Among Lumbee Indians Living In Rural Southeastern North Carolina." Journal Of Transcultural Nursing 25.2 (2014): 167-175. Academic Search Complete. Web. 21 Nov. 2014.

MCDA001

McDaniel, Kathryn H., Overman, Muriel, Guttu, Martha, Engelke, Martha K. "School nurse evaluations: Making the process meaningful and motivational." The Journal of School Nursing, Vol 29(1), Feb 2013. pp. 19-30.

HORS001

Horstick, Eric J., Jeremy W. Linsley, and James J. Dowling. "Stac3 is a component of the excitation–contraction coupling machinery and mutated in Native American myopathy." Nature communications 4 (2013).

BROO005

Brooks, Jada L, Diane Holditch-Davis, and Lawrence R. Landerman. “Interactive Behaviors of American Indian Mothers and Their Premature Infants.” Research in Nursing & Health. 36.6 (2013): 591-602.

BROO003

Brooks, Jada L, Diane Holditch-Davis, and Lawrence R. Landerman. “Interactive Behaviors of Ethnic Minority Mothers and Their Premature Infants.” Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing. 42.3 (2013): 357-368.

BLOG070

"Mobile clinic seeks to meet medical needs in rural Robeson County." Fayetteville Observer (2011) 10 Feb 2011.

WELL002

Wells, Pamela Luann, et al. "An oral health survey of the Lumbee Tribe in southeastern North Carolina." Journal of Dental Hygiene 84.3 (2010): 137-44.

LROP001

"Study to focus on the impact of teaching Lumbee culture." News article. Laurinburg Exchange August 18 2010.

NAYE002

Nayer, Gautam, Crystal D. Hadnott, and Riley H. Venable. "Patient satisfaction among Native Americans and other minority groups: Effects of patient physician match on ethnic origin & cultural similarity." Race, gender & class 17.3-4 (2010): 126-41.

BEAS002

Beasley, Cherry Maynor. “Lumbee women breast cancer survivors stories: Understanding the experience.” Diss. East Carolina University, 2009

WEI0001

Wei, Guo, Linda B. Greaver, and Stephen M. Marson. "Postpartum depression: racial differences and ethnic disparities in a tri-racial and bi-ethnic population." Maternal and child health journal 12 (2008): 699-707.

STAM003

Stamm, D. S., C. M. Powell, and J. M. Stajich. "Novel congenital myopathy locus identified in Native American Indians at 12q13.13-14.1." Neurology 71.22 (Nov. 25, 2008): 1764-9.

STAM001

Stamm, Demetra S.; Arthur S. Alysworth; Jeffery M. Stajich; Stephen G, Kahler; Leigh B. Thorus; Marcy C. Speer; and Cynthia M. Powell. "Native American myopathy with cleft palate, skeletal anomalies, and susceptability to malignant hypothermia." American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A 146A no. 14 (July 15, 2008): 1832-1841.

JACK002

Jackson, F. L. C. "Ethnogenetic layering (EL): an alternative to the traditional race model in human variation and health disparity studies." Annals of human biology 35.2 (2008): 121-44. 

WELL001

Wells, Pamela Luann. "An oral health survey of the Lumbee Tribe in southeastern North Carolina." Master of Science. U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008.

CHRI001

Christopher, Megan. “Persons with Disabilities in Robeson County, North Carolina: An Action-Oriented Community Diagnosis: Findings and Next Steps of Action.” Chapel Hill, NC: School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008. 95 p.

MCAL001

McAlearney, Ann Scheck, Katherine W. Reeves, and Cathy Tatum. "Cost as a barrier to screening mammography among underserved women." Ethnicity & health 12.2 (2007): 189-203.

STAM004

Stamm, Demetra Serena. "Genetic investigation of both complex and Mendelian disorders: neural tube defects and Native American myopathy." Dissertation. U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007.

DOCH001

Docherty, S. L., C. Lowry, and M. S. Miles. “Poverty as context for the  experience of low-income Lumbee Indian mothers with a medically fragile infant.” Neonatal Network 26.6 (2007): 361-69.

JOHN005

Johnson, Jeannette L., Jan Gryczynski, and Shelley A. Wiechelt. "HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, and hepatitis prevention needs of Native Americans living in Baltimore: In their own words." AIDS education and prevention 19.6 (2007): 531–44.

LITT001

Litty, Jamie M. "Audience reception of targeted message themes in a health video for Lumbee women." Fulfilling our dreams by bringing all cultures together. 16th annual joint conference of the National Association of African American Studies, the National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, the National Association of Native American Studies, and the International Association of Asian Studies. National Association of African American Studies, 2007.

CALH001

Calhoun, Jennifer. "Wealth adds on years: a study shows people in poor counties like Robeson don't live as long as those with more." Fayetteville Observer October 9, 2006.

LINT001

Linton, Druenell E. "Cardiovascular risk factors and events in the Lumbee Native Americans of North Carolina." Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) 47.4 (2006): 167A. June 4, 2006.

BASI001

Basinger, Alice A., et al. "Glutaric acidemia type 1 in patients of Lumbee heritage from North Carolina." Brief communication. Molecular genetics and metabolism 88.1 (2006): 90-92. DOI: 10.1016/j.ymgme.2005.12.008.

LITT002

Litty, Jamie M. "Coding health communication campaigns for cultural competence in Native populations: North Carolina." A perfect blend: American legacy in color. Joint conference of the National Association of African American Studies, the National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, the National Association of Native American Studies, and the International Association of Asian Studies. National Association of African American Studies, 2006.

PASK003

Paskett, Electra, et al. "Randomized trial of an intervention to improve mammography utilization among a triracial rural population of women." Journal of the National Cancer Institute 98.17 (2006): 1226-37.

PACK001

Packer, Melissa, April Oxendine, and Karen Woodell. "Syphilis Elimination in Robeson County: Challenges of Addressing the Problem among Sex Workers." North Carolina medical journal 67.5 (2006): 381-83.

QUAN004

Quandt, Sara A., Spangler, John G., Case, L. Douglas, Bell, Ronny A., Belflower, Amy E. "Smokeless tobacco use accelerates age-related loss of bone mineral density among older women in a multi-ethnic rural community." Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, Vol 20(2), Jun. 2005. pp. 109-125.

BAKE001

Baker, Lisa; Sandra Cross; Linda Greaver; Gon Wei; Regina Lewis; and Healthy Start CORPS. "Prevalence of postpartum depression in a Native American population." Maternal and child health journal 9.1 (March 2005): 21-25.

FARM001

Farmer, Deborah F., Ronny A. Bell, and Nancy Stark. “Cancer screening among Native Americans in eastern North Carolina.” Journal of health care for the poor and underserved 16 (2005): 634-42.

HEAL003

A healing faith: Lumbee oral traditions in the face of breast cancer. Pembroke, NC: Museum of the Native American Resource Center, 2005. Videotape, 27.04 minutes. [Annotation forthcoming.]

STEE002

Steelman, Ben. “Still a pioneer: rural patients focus of Lumbee doctor’s life.” Star news (Wilmington, NC) Sunday, March 28, 2004: 1D, 7D. 1,328 words.

BRYA003

Bryant Jr., Alfred, et al. “Health differences among Lumbee Indians using public and private sources of care.” Journal of rural health 20.3 (2004): 231-36.

ABEL001

Abel, David E., and Chad A. Grotegut. “King Syndrome in pregnancy.” Obstetrics & Gynecology 101 no. 5 part 2 (May 2003): 1146-1149 .

SPAN005

Spangler, John G.; L. Douglas Case; Ronny A. Bell; and Sara A. Quandt. “Tobacco use in a tri-ethnic population of older women in southeastern North Carolina.” Ethnicity & disease 13.2 (Spring 2003): 226-232.

HABI002

Habib, Ashraf S., et al. “Anesthetic management of a ventilator-dependent parturient with the King-Denborough syndrome.” Canadian journal of anesthesia 50.6 (2003): 589-92.

BELL005

Bell, Ronny A., Sara A. Quandt, John G. Spangler, and L. Douglas Case. “Dietary calcium intake and supplement use among older African American, white, and Native American women in a rural Southeastern community.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association 106.6 (June 2002): 844 (4 pages).

LEVI001

Levin, S., V. Lamar Welch, R. A. Bell, and M. L. Casper. “Geographic variation in cardiovascular disease risk factors among American Indians and comparisons with corresponding state populations.” Ethnicity & Health 7.1 (2002): 57-67.

DELI001

“Delivering HIV care: take it to the community.” Contraceptive Technology Update Supplement 22.2 (December 2001): 3-4.

QUAN003

Quandt, S. A., R. A. Bell, J. G. Spangler, and L. D. Case. “Osteoporosis in a multi-ethnic population: risk factors and bone mineral density.” The Gerontologist 15 October 2001: 170.

MASS001

“Massive syphilis screening scheduled for Robeson County.” Carolina Indian Voice 16 August 2001: 1.

JENK011

Jenkins, Venita. “Lumbee Indian syphilis rate is high.” Fayetteville Observer Saturday, 9 June 2001.

JENK010

Jenkins, Venita. “Robeson fights syphilis problem.” Fayetteville Observer Friday, 25 May 2001.

SPAN004

Spangler, John G., Robert Michielutte, Ronny A. Bell, Stanley Knick, Mark B. Dignan, and John H. Summerson. “Dual tobacco use among Native American adults in southeastern North Carolina.” Preventive Medicine 32.6 (2001): 521-528.

BURK001

Burke, Brandon R. "Isolation and identification of bioactive compounds from Lumbee medicinal plants." Thesis. Department of Chemistry, U of North Carolina at Wilmington, 2001. 51 pages. 8 tables, 19 figures.

MINE001

Minegishi, Yoshiyuki; Aubert Lavoie, Charlotte Cunningham-Rundles, et al. “Mutations in activation-induced cytidine deaminase in patients with hyper IgM syndrome.” Clinical Immunology 97.3 (December 2000): 203-210.

BREA001

“Breast cancer: snuff said.” Journal of Dental Hygiene 74.3 (Summer 2000): 172.

FACT001

“Facts about heart disease among U.S. women.” M2 Presswire 16 February 2000.

HOLL001

Holland, Elizabeth C. “A dream awakened.” Rehabilitation Nursing 25.1 (January/February 2000): 4- .

PHYT001

“PhytoMyco isolates microbes from Mother Nature.” BT Catalyst 13.9 (December 1999): 3.

MESS001

Messer, Lynne; Allan Steckler; and Mark Dignan. “Early detection of cervical cancer among Native American women: a qualitative supplement to a quantitative study.” Health Education & Behavior 26.4 (August 1999): 547-562.

MICH001

Michielutte, Robert; Mark B. Dignan, Penny C. Sharp, Karen Blinson, and H. Bradley Wells. “Psychosocial factors related to cervical screening among Lumbee women.” American Journal of Health Behavior 23.2 (March/April 1999): 115-127.

BELL006

Bell, Ronny A., Mark B. Dignan, Robert Michielutte, Penny Sharp, Karen Blinson, and John G. Spangler. “Chapter 3. Cervical cancer education for Native American women in North Carolina: The North Carolina Native American Cervical Cancer Prevention Project.” Native outreach: a report to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities. NIH Publication 98-4341. Office of Special Populations Research, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, March 1999. Pages 33-43. HE20.3152: N 21/4

LOWR003

Lowry, Carlitta Lynn. "Diabetes Mellitus in Certain Citizens of Robeson County: Treatment Efficacy Difference between Sexes." Undergraduate Chancellor's Scholars Program thesis. University of North Carolina at Pembroke, 1999. 

SPAN001

Spangler, J.G.; R.A. Bell, S. Knick, R. Michielutte, M.B. Dignan, and J.H. Summerson. “Church-related correlates of tobacco use among Lumbee Indians in North Carolina.” Ethnicity & Disease 8.1 (Winter 1998): 73-80.

KNIC019

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 24 September 1998:5.

KNIC026

Knick, Stanley. “Along the Robeson Trail (column).” Carolina Indian Voice 17 September 1998: 2.

DIGN001

Dignan, Mark B., Robert Michielutte, H. Bradley Wells, Penny Sharp, Karen Blinson, L. Douglas Case, Ronny Bell, Joseph Konen, Stephen Davis, and Richard P. McQuellon. “Health education to increase screening for cervical cancer among Lumbee Indian women in North Carolina.” Health Education Research: Theory & Practice 13.4 (1998):545-56.

BELL004

Bell, Ronny A., Elizabeth J. Mayer-Davis, Yvonne Jackson, and Connie Dresser. “An epidemiologic review of dietary intake studies among American Indians and Alaska Natives: implications for heart disease and cancer risk.” Annals of Epidemiology 7.4 (May 1997): 229-240. 

SPAN002

Spangler, John Given; Bell, Ronny Antonio; Dignam, Mark Boberg; and Michielutte, Robert. “Prevalence and predictors of tobacco use among Lumbee Indian women in Robeson County, North Carolina.” Journal of Community Health 22.2 (April 1997): 115-25.

MILL001

 Miller, Doug. “Ms. Murphy has the cure for the evil that ails you. 'Root worker' curing spells, jinxes for 60 years.” Asheville Citizen-Times 16 March 1997 (Sunday): B4. Also in Charlotte Observer 17 March 1997: 2C and News & Observer (Raleigh, NC) 17 March 1997.

BELL001

Bell, Ronny A.; Sara A. Quandt; Helen A. Shaw; and Mark B. Dignan. “Differences in dietary intake between smokers and nonsmokers among Lumbee Indian women in North Carolina.” American Journal of Health Promotion 12.2 (1997): 94-97.

BELL002

Bell, Ronny Antonio; Helen Anderson Shaw; and Mark Boberg Dignan. “Dietary intake of Lumbee Indian women in Robeson County, North Carolina.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association 95.12 (December 1995): 1426-28.

LORE001

Lore, Diane. “A healing bond: shaman links mind, body for cure.” The State (Columbia, S.C.) 31 July 1995: B1 (Monday).

SPAN003

Spangler, J.G.; M.B. Dignan, and R.M. Michielutte. “Smokeless tobacco use among American Indian women--southeastern North Carolina, 1991.” Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 44.6 (February 17, 1995): 113-117. 

BROW001

Brown, Wendy. “Home remedies - and pinch of faith - cure ills in N.C.” Atlanta Journal and Constitution (Georgia) 15 January, 1995: Sec. M, p. 6. 740 words.

MICH002

Michielutte, Robert; Penny C. Sharp, Mark B. Dignan, and Karen Blinson. “Cultural issues in the development of cancer control programs for American Indian populations.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 5.4 (1994): 280 (17 pages).

BELL003

Bell, Ronnie Antonio. “Nutrient intake and effectiveness of a community-based nutrition education program in reducing dietary cancer risk in adult Lumbee Indian women in Robeson County, North Carolina.” Diss. U of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1993.

ARDE001

Arden, Harvey, and Steve Wall. “Vernon Cooper, Lumbee.” Wisdomkeepers: meetings with Native American spiritual leaders. Hillsboro, Oregon: Beyond Words Publishing, 1990. Pp. 56-63. 

MELU001

Meluch, Anthony M.; Karen S. Sibert, and Edmond C. Bloch.  “Malignant hyperthermia following isoflurane anesthesia in an American Lumbee Indian.” North Carolina Medical Journal 50.9 (September 1989): 485-487.

STEW001

Stewart, Charles R., Stephen G. Kahler, and James M. Gilchrist. “Congenital myopathy with cleft palate and increased susceptibility to malignant hyperthermia: King Syndrome?” Pediatric neurology 4.6 (November-December 1988): 371-374.

WINF001

Winfield, John B., Philip L. Cohen, Linda Bradley, et al. “IgM cryoprecipitation and anti-immunoglobulin activity in dysgammaglobulinemia type I.” Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology 23.1 (April 1982): 58-69.  MEDLINE:  82234446. ISSN: 0090-1229.

446

Croom, Edward Mortimer, Jr. "Medicinal plants of the Lumbee Indians." Diss. North Carolina State U, 1982. key-source.gif Key source