Cambridge University EPIC-Norfolk
  EPIC-Norfolk: Publications
(with selected papers relating to the international EPIC study)


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Rupert W Jakes, Nicholas E Day, Robert Luben, Ailsa Welch, Sheila Bingham, Jo Mitchell, Susie Hennings, Kirsten Rennie, Nicholas J Wareham. (2004) Adjusting for energy intake--what measure to use in nutritional epidemiological studies? Int J Epidemiol 33 (6):1382-1386.

R. W. Jakes, N. E. Day, K-T. Khaw, R. Luben, S. Oakes, A. Welch, S. Bingham, N. J. Wareham. (2003) Television viewing and low participation in vigorous recreation are independently associated with obesity and markers of cardiovascular disease risk: EPIC-Norfolk population-based study. Eur J Clin Nutr 57 (9):1089-1096.

Rupert W Jakes, Nicholas E Day, Bip Patel, Kay-Tee Khaw, Suzy Oakes, Robert Luben, Ailsa Welch, Sheila Bingham, Nicholas J Wareham. (2002) Physical inactivity is associated with lower forced expiratory volume in 1~{s}econd : {Europe}an Prospective Investigation into Cancer-Norfolk Prospective Population Study. Am J Epidemiol 156 (2):139-147.

R. W. Jakes, K. Khaw, N. E. Day, S. Bingham, A. Welch, S. Oakes, R. Luben, N. Dalzell, J. Reeve, N. J. Wareham. (2001) Patterns of physical activity and ultrasound attenuation by heel bone among Norfolk cohort of {Europe}an Prospective Investigation of Cancer (EPIC Norfolk): population based study. BMJ 322 (7279):140.