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2018Associations of childhood, maternal and household dietary patterns with childhood stunting in Ethiopia: proposing an alternative and plausible dietary analysis method to dietary diversity scoresMelaku, Y.; Gill, T.; Taylor, A.; Adams, R.; Shi, Z.; Worku, A.
2013Diabetes and cardiovascular disease outcomes in the metabolically healthy obese phenotypeAppleton, S.; Seaborn, C.; Visvanathan, R.; Hill, C.; Gill, T.; Taylor, A.; Adams, R.
2009The use of fish oil in the community: results of a population-based studyHill, C.; Gill, T.; Appleton, S.; Cleland, L.; Taylor, A.; Adams, R.
2017Influencing cancer screening participation rates - providing a combined cancer screening program (a 'One Stop' shop) could be a potential answerBobridge, A.; Price, K.; Gill, T.; Taylor, A.
2017The association between total phthalate concentration and non-communicable diseases and chronic inflammation in South Australian urban dwelling menBai, P.; Wittert, G.; Taylor, A.; Martin, S.; Milne, R.; Jenkins, A.; Januszewski, A.; Shi, Z.
2012Reconnecting Australian consumers and producers: Identifying problems of distrustMeyer, S.; Coveney, J.; Henderson, J.; Ward, P.; Taylor, A.
2014Risk factors for progression or improvement of lower urinary tract symptoms in a prospective cohort of menMartin, S.; Lange, K.; Haren, M.; Taylor, A.; Wittert, G.
2014Riboflavin intake and 5-year blood pressure change in Chinese adults: interaction with hypertensive medicationShi, Z.; Yuan, B.; Taylor, A.; Zhen, S.; Zuo, H.; Dai, Y.; Wittert, G.
2011Monosodium glutamate is related to a higher increase in blood pressure over 5 years: findings from the Jiangsu Nutrition Study of Chinese adultsShi, Z.; Yuan, B.; Taylor, A.; Dai, Y.; Pan, X.; Gill, T.; Wittert, G.
2013A survey to assist in targeting the adults who undertake risky behaviours, know their health behaviours are not optimal and who acknowledge being worried about their healthTaylor, A.; Price, K.; Fullerton, S.