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Dr Karen Hind
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Laura Basterfield
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Fraser Birrell
et al.
Objectively-measured sedentary time, habitual physical activity and bone strength in adults aged 62 years: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2019
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lynne Forrest
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Martin White
Professor Linda Sharp
et al.
Age-related inequalities in colon cancer treatment persist over time: A population-based analysis2018
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Household, moderate physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women: an epidemiological study2018
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Implementation of national screening guidelines for gestational diabetes: A national survey of maternity units in England2018
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Colin Muirhead
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Rising global burden of breast cancer: the case of sub-Saharan Africa (with emphasis on Nigeria) and implications for regional development: a review2018
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Total physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women2018
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Martin White
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Nigel Unwin
Anh Tran
et al.
Do cardiometabolic, behavioural and socioeconomic factors explain the 'healthy migrant effect' in the UK? Linked mortality follow-up of South Asians compared to white Europeans in the Newcastle Heart Project2017
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Ruth Bell
Professor Stephen Robson
Dr Naweed Sattar
Infant adiposity following a randomised controlled trial of a behavioural intervention in obese pregnancy2017
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Rute Velosa Vieira
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lisa Crowe
Shannon Robalino
et al.
Maternal body mass index and post-term birth: a systematic review and meta-analysis2017
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Johanne Dow
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Louise Hayes
Shannon Robalino
et al.
Psychosocial intervention for carers of people with dementia: What components are most effective and when? A systematic review of systematic reviews2017
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