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    • Gender and the double burden of economic and social disadvantages on healthy eating: cross-sectional study of older adults in the EPIC-Norfolk cohort 

      Conklin, Annalijn I; Forouhi, Nita G; Surtees, Paul; Wareham, Nicholas J; Monsivais, Pablo (2015-07-22)
      Abstract Background Multiple economic factors and social relationships determine dietary behaviours, but the inter-relations between determinants is unknown. Whether women and ...
    • A genomic approach to therapeutic target validation identifies a glucose-lowering GLP1R variant protective for coronary heart disease 

      Scott, Robert; Freitag, Daniel F; Li, Li; Chu, Audrey Y; Surendran, Praveen; Young, Robin; Grarup, Niels et al. (2016-06-01)
    • Longitudinal association of C-reactive protein and Haemoglobin A1c over 13 years: the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer - Norfolk study 

      Ahmadi-Abhari, Sara; Kaptoge, Stephen; Luben, Robert N; Wareham, Nicholas J; Khaw, Kay-Tee (2015-05-22)
      Abstract Background Type-2 diabetes is associated with systemic inflammation and higher C-reactive protein (CRP) levels. However, the longitudinal association of CRP and ...
    • Prospective association of the Mediterranean diet with cardiovascular disease incidence and mortality and its population impact in a non-Mediterranean population: the EPIC-Norfolk study 

      Tong, Tammy Y N; Wareham, Nicholas J; Khaw, Kay-Tee; Imamura, Fumiaki; Forouhi, Nita G (2016-09-29)
      Abstract Background Despite convincing evidence in the Mediterranean region, the cardiovascular benefit of the Mediterranean diet is not well established in non-Mediterranean ...
    • Residential neighbourhood greenspace is associated with reduced risk of incident diabetes in older people: a prospective cohort study 

      Dalton, Alice M; Jones, Andrew P; Sharp, Stephen J; Cooper, Andrew J M; Griffin, Simon; Wareham, Nicholas J (2016-11-18)
      Abstract Background Three cross sectional studies suggest that neighbourhood greenspace may protect against incident diabetes. This study uses data from a longitudinal study ...