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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
2014
Hollands, S., M. Campbell K., Gilliland J., and Sarma S. (2014).  Association between neighbourhood fast-food and full-service restaurant density and body mass index: A cross-sectional study of Canadian adults. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 105 (3), 172-178. Abstract
Nie, J. X., and Ardern C. I. (2014).  Association between obesity and cardiometabolic health risk in Asian-Canadian sub-groups. PLoS ONE, 9 (9), 1-12. Abstract
Kpelitse, K-A., Devlin R. Anne, and Sarma S. (2014).  The effect of income on obesity among Canadian adults. CCHE/CCES Working Paper Series, 1-44., August: Canadian Centre for Health Economics / Centre canadienn en economie de la sante. Abstract
Fuller, D., and Pabayo R. (2014).  The relationship between utilitarian walking, utilitarian cycling, and body mass index in a population based cohort study of adults: comparing random intercepts and fixed effects models. Preventive Medicine, 69 (December), 261-266., December Abstract
Mustard, C. A., Chambers A., Ibrahim S., Etches J., and Smith P. M. (2014).  Time trends in musculoskeletal disorders attributed to work exposures in Ontario using three independent data sources, 2004-2011. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 72 (4), 252-257. Abstract
Dutton, D.. J., and McLaren L.. (2014).  The usefulness of "corrected" body mass index vs. self-reported body mass index: comparing the population distributions, sensitivity, specificity, and predictive utility of three correction equations using Canadian population-based data. BMC Public Health, 2014 (14), 430-441. Abstract
2013
Hollands, S. (2013).  The association between the fast-food environment and obesity in Canada: A cross-sectional analysis. Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. London, ON: University of Western Ontario. Abstract
Anam, A. (2013).  The impact of intrauterine exposure to gestational diabetes mellitus on early childhood body mass index trajectories. Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. London, ON: University of Western Ontario. Abstract

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