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  • 1.   A new predictor of cephalopelvic disproportion?

    The aim of this study was to examine new anthropomorphic parameters as indicators of Cephalopelvic disproportion

    J Obstet Gynaecol, Vol: 23 Page: 27-9 January 2003
    G. Connolly; C. Naidoo; R. M. Conroy; P. Byrne; P. McKenna

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  • 2.   Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: metric analysis of the deformity

    The aim of the study was to examine the topographic, radiographic and clinical data, in girls with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, comparisons were made with theoretically perfect symmetry

    Stud Health Technol Inform, Vol: 123 Page: 109-16 2006
    C. J. Goldberg; D. P. Moore; E. E. Fogarty; F. E. Dowling

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  • 3.   Childhood obesity in Europe: a growing concern

    This article discusses European findings on obesity and the related issues of energy intake and physical activity its increasing prevalence

    Public Health Nutr, Vol: 4 Page: 109-16 February 2001
    M. B. Livingstone

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  • 4.   Energy and fat intake in obese and lean children at varying risk of obesity

    The aim of the study was to compared lean children at high risk and low risk of obesity and obese children to assess the relationship between their energy and fat intake and adiposity

    Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord, Vol: 26 Page: 200-7 February 2002
    A. F. McGloin; M. B. Livingstone; L. C. Greene; S. E. Webb; J. M. Gibson; S. A. Jebb; T. J. Cole; W. A. Coward; A. Wright; A. M. Prentice

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  • 5.   Energy density of the diet and change in body fatness from childhood to adolescence; is there a relation?

    The aim of this study was to assess the relation between the energy density of the diet in childhood, calculated in a number of ways, and change in adiposity from childhood to adolescence

    Am J Clin Nutr, Vol: 87 Page: 1230-7 May 2008
    T. A. McCaffrey; K. L. Rennie; M. A. Kerr; J. M. Wallace; M. P. Hannon-Fletcher; W. A. Coward; S. A. Jebb; M. B. Livingstone

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  • 6.   Low physical activity levels and high levels of sedentary behaviour are characteristic of rural Irish primary school children

    The aim of this study was to investigate physical activity levels and sedentary behaviour in rural Irish primary school children

    Ir Med J, Vol: 98 Page: 138-41 May 2005
    L. A. Kelly; J. J. Reilly; S. Grant; J. Y. Paton

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  • 7.   Relation between objectively measured feeding competence and nutrition in children with cerebral palsy

    The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of undernutrition in children with cerebral palsy and to determine the relation with feeding ability

    Dev Med Child Neurol, Vol: 43 Page: 187-90 March 2001
    K. E. Troughton; A. E. Hill

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  • 8.   Relationships between the development of biological risk factors for coronary heart disease and lifestyle parameters during adolescence: The Northern Ireland Young Hearts Project

    This study examined relationships between the longitudinal development of biological risk factors for coronary heart disease and the development of lifestyles considered to be atherogenic

    Public Health, Vol: 113 Page: 7-12 January 1999
    C. Boreham; J. Twisk; W. van Mechelen; M. Savage; J. Strain; G. Cran

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  • 9.   Surface topography, Cobb angles, and cosmetic change in scoliosis

    The aim of this study was to determine whether surface topography would reflect Cobb angle status with sufficient reliability to permit its safe use as an alternative means of documentation in some circumstances

    Spine, Vol: 26 Page: E55-63 February 2001
    C. J. Goldberg; M. Kaliszer; D. P. Moore; E. E. Fogarty; F. E. Dowling

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