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  • 1.   Associations between physical fitness and activity patterns during adolescence and cardiovascular risk factors in young adulthood: the Northern Ireland Young Hearts Project

    The aim of this study was to examine relationships between cardiovascular disease risk factor status in young adulthood and antecedent physical fitness and physical activity at ages 12 and 15 years

    Int J Sports Med, Vol: 23 Suppl 1 Page: S22-6 May 2002
    C. Boreham; J. Twisk; C. Neville; M. Savage; L. Murray; A. Gallagher

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  • 2.   Clustering of biological risk factors for cardiovascular disease and the longitudinal relationship with lifestyle of an adolescent population: the Northern Ireland Young Hearts Project

    This study examined whether clustering of biological cardiovascular disease risk factors exists and to investigate the longitudinal relationship between lifestyle parameters

    J Cardiovasc Risk, Vol: 6 Page: 355-62 December 1999
    J. W. Twisk; C. Boreham; G. Cran; J. M. Savage; J. Strain; W. van Mechelen

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  • 3.   Randomized, controlled trial of dexamethasone in neonatal chronic lung disease: 13- to 17-year follow-up study: II. Respiratory status, growth, and blood pressure

    The aim of this study was to assess the growth, health status, and respiratory outcomes at 13 to 17 years of infants enrolled in a double-blind, randomized, controlled trial of dexamethasone for the treatment of neonatal chronic lung disease

    Pediatrics, Vol: 116 Page: 379-84 August 2005
    R. A. Jones

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  • 4.   Socio-economic position and coronary heart disease risk factors in youth. Findings from the Young Hearts Project in Northern Ireland

    This study examined socioeconomic differentials in behavioural and biological risk factors for coronary heart disease in young people from Northern Ireland, taking into account differences in biological maturation

    Eur J Public Health, Vol: 11 Page: 43-50 March 2001
    F. J. Van Lenthe; C. A. Boreham; J. W. Twisk; J. J. Strain; J. M. Savage; G. D. Smith

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  • 5.   Trends in blood pressure over 10 years in adolescents: analyses of cross sectional surveys in the Northern Ireland Young Hearts project

    The aim of this study was to examine secular trends in blood pressure over a 10 year period between two representative cohorts of adolescents from Northern Ireland

    Bmj, Vol: 329 Page: 139 July 2004
    D. Watkins; P. McCarron; L. Murray; G. Cran; C. Boreham; P. Robson; C. McGartland; G. Davey Smith; M. Savage

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  • 6.   Twelve-year experience in the investigation and treatment of paragangliomas

    The aim of this study was to examine the laboratory diagnosis of patients with phaeochromocytoma, one with malignant paraganglioma and one with ganglioneuroblastoma.

    Int J Clin Pract, Vol: 56 Page: 739-45 December 2002
    W. P. Tormey; R. J. Fitzgerald; W. G. Davis; C. J. Thompson

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