Cambridge University EPIC-Norfolk
   
  EPIC-Norfolk: Publications
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Conklin Annalijn I., Forouhi Nita G., Surtees Paul, Wareham Nicholas J., Monsivais Pablo. (2015) Gender and the double burden of economic and social disadvantages on healthy eating: cross-sectional study of older adults in the EPIC-Norfolk cohort. BMC Public Health 15 ():692.

Conklin Annalijn I., Forouhi Nita G., Suhrcke Marc, Surtees Paul, Wareham Nicholas J., Monsivais Pablo. (2014) Variety more than quantity of fruit and vegetable intake varies by socioeconomic status and financial hardship. Findings from older adults in the EPIC cohort. Appetite 83 ():248-255.

Conklin Annalijn I., Forouhi Nita G., Suhrcke Marc, Surtees Paul, Wareham Nicholas J., Monsivais Pablo. (2013) Socioeconomic status, financial hardship and measured obesity in older adults: a cross-sectional study of the EPIC-Norfolk cohort. BMC Public Health 13 (1):1039.

Conklin Annalijn I., Forouhi Nita G., Surtees Paul, Khaw Kay-Tee, Wareham Nicholas J., Monsivais Pablo. (2013) Social relationships and healthful dietary behaviour: Evidence from over-50{s} in the EPIC cohort, UK. Soc Sci Med ():.

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