Cambridge University EPIC-Norfolk
   
  EPIC-Norfolk: Publications
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Keevil Victoria L., Luben Robert, Hayat Shabina, Sayer Avan A., Wareham Nicholas J., Khaw Kay-Tee. (2018) Physical capability predicts mortality in late mid-life as well as in old age: Findings from a large British cohort study. Arch Gerontol Geriatr 74 ():77-82.

Keevil Victoria L., Cooper Andrew J M., Wijndaele Katrien, Luben Robert, Wareham Nicholas J., Brage Soren, Khaw Kay-Tee. (2016) Objective Sedentary Time, Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity, and Physical Capability in a British Cohort. Med Sci Sports Exerc 48 (3):421-429.

Keevil V. L., Luben R., Dalzell N., Hayat S., Sayer A. A., Wareham N. J., Khaw K-T.. (2015) Cross-sectional associations between different measures of obesity and muscle strength in men and women in a British cohort study. J Nutr Health Aging 19 (1):3-11.

Keevil Victoria L., Wijndaele Katrien, Luben Robert, Sayer Avan A., Wareham Nicholas J., Khaw Kay-Tee. (2015) Television viewing, walking speed, and grip strength in a prospective cohort study. Med Sci Sports Exerc 47 (4):735-742.

Keevil Victoria L., Hayat Shabina, Dalzell Nichola, Moore Stephanie, Bhaniani Amit, Luben Robert, Wareham Nicholas J., Khaw Kay-Tee. (2013) The physical capability of community-based men and women from a British cohort: the {Europe}an Prospective Investigation into Cancer (EPIC)-Norfolk study. BMC Geriatr 13 ():93.

Keevil Victoria L., Khaw Kay-Tee. (2013) Overadjustment in Regression Analyses: Considerations When Evaluating Relationships Between Body Mass Index, Muscle Strength, and Body Size. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci ():.

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