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1-Jan-2012The psychological wellbeing of patients following excision of a pilonidal sinusStewart, AM; Baker, JD; Elliott, D
1-Jun-2017Effectiveness of a 12-week school-based educational preventive programme on weight and fasting blood glucose in “at-risk” adolescents of type 2 diabetes mellitus: Randomized controlled trialBani Salameh, A; Al-sheyab, N; El-hneiti, M; Shaheen, A; Williams, LM; Gallagher, R
1-Jun-2008Body mass index, waist circumference, and chronic disease risk factors in australian adolescentsDenney-Wilson, E; Hardy, LL; Dobbins, T; Okely, AD; Baur, LA
1-Feb-2013Rating of perceived exertion after 12 weeks of high-intensity, intermittent sprintingHeydari, M; Boutcher, SH
1-Aug-2011The importance of long-term follow-up in child and adolescent obesity prevention interventionsJones, RA; Sinn, N; Campbell, KJ; Hesketh, K; Denney-Wilson, E; Morgan, PJ; Lubans, DR; Magarey, A
1-Apr-2017Dietary pattern, serum magnesium, ferritin, C-reactive protein and anaemia among older peopleXu, X; Hall, J; Byles, J; Shi, Z
1-Feb-2017Associations between yoga/meditation use, body satisfaction, and weight management methods: Results of a national cross-sectional survey of 8009 Australian womenLauche, R; Sibbritt, D; Ostermann, T; Fuller, NR; Adams, J; Cramer, H
1-Jun-2011Validation and application of a novel method of measuring non-response bias in school-based surveys of paediatric overweight and obesityBooth, ML; Okely, AD; Denney-Wilson, E
5-Nov-2018Efficacy of Anamorelin, a Novel Non-Peptide Ghrelin Analogue, in Patients with Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) and Cachexia-Review and Expert OpinionCurrow, DC; Maddocks, M; Cella, D; Muscaritoli, M
1-Jan-2016Effects of different dietary approaches on inflammatory markers in patients with metabolic syndrome: A systematic review and meta-analysisSteckhan, N; Hohmann, CD; Kessler, C; Dobos, G; Michalsen, A; Cramer, H
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