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2019
Lebihan, L., and Takongo C. Olivier Ma (2019).  Unconditional cash transfers and parental obesity. Social Science and Medicine, 224 (March), 116-126. Abstract
2017
Rioux, B. V., Kuwornu P., Sharma A., Tremblay M. S., McGavock J. M., and Sénéchal M. (2017).  Association between handgrip muscle strength and cardiometabolic z-score in children 6 to 19 years of age: Results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey. Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders, 15 (7), 379-384. Abstract
Collins, K. H., Sharif B., Sanmartin C., Reimer R. A., Herzog W., Chin R., et al. (2017).  Association of body mass index (BMI) and percent body fat among BMI-defined non-obese middle-aged individuals: Insights from a population-based Canadian sample. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 107 (6), e520-e525. Abstract
Kuhle, S., Ata B. Maguire Ni, MacInnis N., and Dodds L. (2017).  Birth weight for gestational age, anthropometric measures, and cardiovascular disease markers in children. Journal of Pediatrics, 182 (March), 99-106., March Abstract
Canizares, M., Hogg-Johnson S., Gignac M. A. M., Glazier R. H., and Badley E. M. (2017).  Changes in the use practitioner-based complementary and alternative medicine over time in Canada: Cohort and period effects. PLoS ONE, 12 (5), 1-17. Abstract
Wilk, P., Maltby A., and Cooke M. (2017).  Changing BMI scores among Canadian Indigenous and non-Indigenous children, youth, and young adults: Untangling age, period, and cohort effects. Canadian Studies in Population, 44 (1-2), 28-41. Abstract
Ekwaru, J. P., Ohinmaa A., Tran B. X., Setayeshgar S., Johnson J. A., and Veugelers P. J. (2017).  Cost-effectiveness of a school-based health promotion program in Canada: A life-course modeling approach. PLoS ONE, 12 (5), 1-13. Abstract
Blouin, C., Hamel D., Vandal N., Barry A. Diogo, Lo E., Lacroix G., et al. (2017).  The economic consequences of obesity and overweight among adults in Quebec. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 107 (6),  Abstract
Canizares, M., Hogg-Johnson S., Gignac M. A. M., Glazier R. H., and Badley E. M. (2017).  Increasing trajectories of multimorbidity over time: Birth cohort differences and the role of changes in obesity and income. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences Series B, Abstract
2016
Jessri, M., Lou W. Y., and L'Abbe M. R. (2016).  The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans is associated with a more nutrient-dense diet and a lower risk of obesity. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 104 (5), 1378-1392., November Abstract
Carson, V., Tremblay M. S., Chaput J-P., and Chastin S. F. M. (2016).  Associations between sleep duration, sedentary time, physical activity, and health indicators among Canadian children and youth using compositional analyses. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 41 (6), S294-S302., June Abstract
Afifi, T. O., MacMillan H. L., Boyle M., Cheung K., Taillieu T., Turner S., et al. (2016).  Child abuse and physical health in adulthood. Health Reports / Rapports sur la santé, 27 (3), 10-18., March Abstract
Larose, S. L., Kpelitse K. A., M. Campbell K., Zaric G. S., and Sarma S. (2016).  Does obesity influence labour market outcomes among working-age adults? Evidence from Canadian longitudinal data. Economics and Human Biology, 20, 26-41., March Abstract
Watson, B., Osberg L., and Phipps S. (2016).  Economic insecurity and the weight gain of Canadian adults: A natural experiment approach. Canadian Public Policy, 42 (2), 115-131. Abstract
Jessri, M., Lou W. Y., and L'Abbe M. R. (2016).  Evaluation of different methods to handle misreporting in obesity research: Evidence from the Canadian national nutrition survey. British Journal of Nutrition, 115 (1), 147-159. Abstract
Chu, F., and Ohinmaa A. (2016).  The obesity penalty in the labor market using longitudinal Canadian data. Economics and Human Biology, 23 (December), 10-17. Abstract
Kuhle, S., Ashley-Martin J., Maguire B., and Hamilton D. C. (2016).  Percentile curves for skinfold thickness for Canadian children and youth. PeerJ, 4, 1-22., July Abstract

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