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2013Area-level socioeconomic characteristics and incidence of metabolic syndrome: a prospective cohort studyNgo, A.; Paquet, C.; Howard, N.; Coffee, N.; Adams, R.; Taylor, A.; Daniel, M.
2014Area-level socioeconomic characteristics, prevalence and trajectories of cardiometabolic riskNgo, A.; Paquet, C.; Howard, N.; Coffee, N.; Taylor, A.; Adams, R.; Daniel, M.
2018Are perceived and objective distances to fresh food and physical activity resources associated with cardiometabolic risk?Baldock, K.; Paquet, C.; Howard, N.; Coffee, N.; Taylor, A.; Daniel, M.
2016Geographic clustering of cardiometabolic risk factors in metropolitan centres in France and AustraliaPaquet, C.; Chaix, B.; Howard, N.; Coffee, N.; Adams, R.; Taylor, A.; Thomas, F.; Daniel, M.
2014Validation of continuous clinical indices of cardiometabolic risk in a cohort of Australian adultsCarroll, S.; Paquet, C.; Howard, N.; Adams, R.; Taylor, A.; Daniel, M.
2016Residential proximity to urban centres, local-area walkability and change in waist circumference among Australian adultsSugiyama, T.; Niyonsenga, T.; Howard, N.; Coffee, N.; Paquet, C.; Taylor, A.; Daniel, M.
2015Do relationships between environmental attributes and recreational walking vary according to area-level socioeconomic status?Sugiyama, T.; Howard, N.; Paquet, C.; Coffee, N.; Taylor, A.; Daniel, M.
2014Public open spaces and walking for recreation: moderation by attributes of pedestrian environmentsSugiyama, T.; Paquet, C.; Howard, N.; Coffee, N.; Taylor, A.; Adams, R.; Daniel, M.
2016Local descriptive norms for overweight/obesity and physical inactivity, features of the built environment, and 10-year change in glycosylated haemoglobin in an Australian population-based biomedical cohortCarroll, S.; Paquet, C.; Howard, N.; Coffee, N.; Taylor, A.; Niyonsenga, T.; Daniel, M.
2014Food environment, walkability, and public open spaces are associated with incident development of cardio-metabolic risk factors in a biomedical cohortPaquet, C.; Coffee, N.; Haren, M.; Howard, N.; Adams, R.; Taylor, A.; Daniel, M.