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2013Weighting of the data and analytical approaches may account for differences in overcoming the inadequate representativeness of the respondents to the third wave of a cohort studyTaylor, A.; DalGrande, E.; Grant, J.; Appleton, S.; Gill, T.; Shi, Z.; Adams, R.
2014Vitamin D levels in an Australian populationGill, T.; Hill, C.; Shanahan, E.; Taylor, A.; Appleton, S.; Grant, J.; Shi, Z.; Grande, E.; Price, K.; Adams, R.
2011Cause for concern in the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications in the community - a population-based studyAdams, R.; Appleton, S.; Gill, T.; Taylor, A.; Wilson, D.; Hill, C.
2009Independent Association of HbA₁c and Incident Cardiovascular Disease in People Without DiabetesAdams, R.; Appleton, S.; Hill, C.; Wilson, D.; Taylor, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Gill, T.; Ruffin, R.
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.
2018Sociodemographic and behavioural correlates of social jetlag in Australian adults: results from the 2016 National Sleep Health Foundation StudyLang, C.; Reynolds, A.; Appleton, S.; Taylor, A.; Gill, T.; McEvoy, R.; Ferguson, S.; Adams, R.
2010Oral complementary medicine and alternative practitioner use varies across chronic conditions and attitudes to riskAdams, R.; Appleton, S.; Cole, A.; Gill, T.; Taylor, A.; Hill, C.
2009Effects of area deprivation on health risks and outcomes: a multilevel, cross-sectional, Australian population studyAdams, R.; Howard, N.; Tucker, G.; Appleton, S.; Taylor, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Gill, T.; Ruffin, R.; Wilson, D.
2009Cholesterol-lowering therapy and the Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme: a population studyAdams, R.; Appleton, S.; Wilson, D.; Taylor, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Gill, T.; Ruffin, R.