Cambridge University EPIC-Norfolk
   
  EPIC-Norfolk: Publications
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Shohaimi Shamarina, Boekholdt Matthijs S., Luben Robert, Wareham Nick J., Khaw Kay-Tee. (2014) Distribution of lipid parameters according to different socio-economic indicators- the EPIC-Norfolk prospective population study. BMC Public Health 14 ():782.

S. Shohaimi, A. Welch, S. Bingham, R. Luben, N. Day, N. Wareham, K. T. Khaw. (2004) Area deprivation predicts lung function independently of education and social class. Eur Respir J 24 (1):157-161.

Shamarina Shohaimi, Ailsa Welch, Sheila Bingham, Robert Luben, Nicholas Day, Nicholas Wareham, Kay-Tee Khaw. (2004) Residential area deprivation predicts fruit and vegetable consumption independently of individual educational level and occupational social class: a cross sectional population study in the Norfolk cohort of the {Europe}an Prospective Investigation into Cancer (EPIC-Norfolk). J Epidemiol Community Health 58 (8):686-691.

S. Shohaimi, S. Bingham, A. Welch, R. Luben, N. Day, N. Wareham, K-T. Khaw. (2004) Occupational social class, educational level and area deprivation independently predict plasma ascorbic acid concentration: a cross-sectional population based study in the Norfolk cohort of the {Europe}an Prospective Investigation into Cancer (EPIC-Norfolk). Eur J Clin Nutr 58 (10):1432-1435.

S. Shohaimi, R. Luben, N. Wareham, N. Day, S. Bingham, A. Welch, S. Oakes, K-T. Khaw. (2003) Residential area deprivation predicts smoking habit independently of individual educational level and occupational social class. A cross sectional study in the Norfolk cohort of the {Europe}an Investigation into Cancer (EPIC-Norfolk). J Epidemiol Community Health 57 (4):270-276.

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