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2007Cohort profile: The Florey Adelaide Male Ageing Study (FAMAS)Martin, S.; Haren, M.; Taylor, A.; Middleton, S.; Wittert, G.
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.
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.
2015The association of socio-demographic status, lifestyle factors and dietary patterns with total urinary phthalates in Australian menBai, P.; Wittert, G.; Taylor, A.; Martin, S.; Milne, R.; Shi, Z.
2015Food habits, lifestyle factors and mortality among oldest old Chinese: the Chinese longitudinal healthy longevity survey (CLHLS)Shi, Z.; Zhang, T.; Byles, J.; Martin, S.; Avery, J.; Taylor, A.
2018Association between multimorbidity and undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea severity and their impact on quality of life in men over 40 years oldRuel, G.; Martin, S.; Lévesque, J.-.F.; Wittert, G.; Adams, R.; Appleton, S.; Shi, Z.; Taylor, A.
2017Chronic kidney disease and sleep apnea association of kidney disease with obstructive sleep apnea in a population study of menAdams, R.; Appleton, S.; Vakulin, A.; Hanly, P.; McDonald, S.; Martin, S.; Lang, C.; Taylor, A.; McEvoy, R.; Antic, N.; et al.
2008Chronic disease prevalence and associations in a cohort of Australian men: The Florey Adelaide Male Ageing Study (FAMAS)Martin, S.; Haren, M.; Taylor, A.; Middleton, S.; Wittert, G.
2011Testosterone and modifiable risk factors associated with diabetes in menAtlantis, E.; Lange, K.; Martin, S.; Haren, M.; Taylor, A.; O'Loughlin, P.; Marshall, V.; Wittert, G.
2009Inverse associations between muscle mass, strength, and the metabolic syndromeAtlantis, E.; Martin, S.; Haren, M.; Taylor, A.; Wittert, G.