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Heat Stress in Women

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is heat stress in physiology.


Six Superlative Sources

· K. Stern and M.K. McClintock, "Regulation of ovulation by human pheromones," Nature, 392(6672):177-179 (1998).

· A. Weller, "Human pheromones: Communication through body odor," Nature, 392(6672):126-127 (1998).

· M.E. Pattison, J.L. Logan, S.M. Lee, and D.A. Ogden, "Exertional heat stroke and acute renal failure in a young woman," A. J. Kidney Dis., 11(2):184-187 (1988).

· B.L. Drinkwater, J.F. Bedi, A.B. Loucks, S. Rouche, and S.M. Horvath, "Sweating sensitivity and capacity of women in relation to age," J. Appl. Physiol., 53(3):671-676 (1982).

· S.A. Nunneley, "Physiological responses of women to thermal stress: A review," Med. Sci. Sports, 10(4):250-255 (1978).

· A.J. Frye and E. Kamon, "Responses to dry heat of men and women with similar aerobic capacities," J. Appl. Physiol., 50(1):65-70 (1981).

Other Excellent Sources

· A.J. Frye, E. Kamon, and M. Webb, "Responses of menstrual women, amenorrheal women and men to exercise in a hot, dry environment," Eur. J. Appl. Physiol., 48(2):279-288 (1982).

· A.M. Panolone, C.L. Wells, and G.T. Kelly, "Sexual variations in thermoregulation during heat stress," Aviat. Space Environ. Med., 49(5):715-719 (1978).

· B.L. Drinkwater, J.E. Denton, I.C. Kupprat, T.S. Talag, and S.M. Horvath, "Aerobic power as a factor in women's responses to work in hot environments," J. Appl. Physiol., 41(6):815-821 (1976).

· M.L. O'Toole, "Gender differences in cardiovascular responses to exercise," Cardiovasc. Clin., 19(3):17-33 (1989).

· W.L. Kenny, "A review of comparative responses of men and women to heat stress," Environ. Res., 37(1):1-11 (1985).

· A.J. Carpenter and S.A. Nunneley, "Endogenous hormones subtly alter women's responses to heat stress," J. Appl. Physiol., 65(5):2313-2317 (1988).

· L.A. Stephenson and M.A. Kolka, "Plasma volume during heat stress and exercise in women," Eur. J. Appl. Physiol., 57(4):373-381 (1988).

· M.A. Kolka and L.A. Stephenson, "Control of sweating during the human menstrual cycle," Eur. J. Appl. Physiol., 58(8):890-895 (1989).

· K.K. Vaha-Eskeli, R.U. Erkkola, A. Seppanen, A.K. Poranen, and U. Sateri, "Haemodynamic response to moderate thermal stress in pregnancy," Ann. Med., 23(2):121-126 (1991).

· J.P. Pirhonen, K.K. Vana-Eskeli, A. Seppanen, J. Vuorinen, and R.U. Erkkola, "Does thermal stress decrease uterine blood flow in hypertensive pregnancies?" Am. J., Perinatol., 11(5):313-316 (1994).

· K.K. Vaha-Eskeli and R.U. Erkkola, "The effect of short-term heat stress on uterine contractility, fetal heart rate and fetal movements at late pregnancy," Eur. J. Obstet. Gynecol. Reprod. Biol., 39(1):9-14 (1991).

· K.K. Vaha-Eskeli, R.U. Erkkola, and A. Seppanen, "Is the heat dissipating ability enhanced during pregnancy?" Eur. J. Obstet. Gynecol. Reprod. Biol., 39(3):169-171 (1991).

· G. Hevenith and H. Van Middendorp, "The relative influence of physical fitness, acclimatization state, anthropometric measures and gender on individual reactions to heat stress," Eur. J. Appl. Physiol., 61(5-6):419-427 (1990).

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