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2003Body mass index, waist hip ratio, and waist circumference: which measure to classify obesity?Gill, T.; Chittleborough, C.; Taylor, A.; Ruffin, R.; Wilson, D.; Phillips, P.
2008Prevalence and correlates of foot pain in a population-based study: the North West Adelaide health studyHill, C.; Gill, T.; Menz, H.; Taylor, A.
2011Hand grip strength: age and gender stratified normative data in a population-based studyMassy-Westropp, N.; Gill, T.; Taylor, A.; Bohannon, R.; Hill, C.
2013Weighting of the data and analytical approaches may account for differences in overcoming the inadequate representativeness of the respondents to the third wave of a cohort studyTaylor, A.; DalGrande, E.; Grant, J.; Appleton, S.; Gill, T.; Shi, Z.; Adams, R.
2011The use of a surveillance system to measure changes in mental health in Australian adults during the global financial crisisShi, Z.; Taylor, A.; Goldney, R.; Winefield, H.; Gill, T.; Tuckerman, J.; Wittert, G.
2010Comparing self-reported and measured high blood pressure and high cholesterol status using data from a large representative cohort studyTaylor, A.; DalGrande, E.; Gill, T.; Pickering, S.; Grant, J.; Adams, R.; Phillips, P.
2014Vitamin D levels in an Australian populationGill, T.; Hill, C.; Shanahan, E.; Taylor, A.; Appleton, S.; Grant, J.; Shi, Z.; Grande, E.; Price, K.; Adams, R.
2011Cause for concern in the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications in the community - a population-based studyAdams, R.; Appleton, S.; Gill, T.; Taylor, A.; Wilson, D.; Hill, C.
2009Independent Association of HbA₁c and Incident Cardiovascular Disease in People Without DiabetesAdams, R.; Appleton, S.; Hill, C.; Wilson, D.; Taylor, A.; Chittleborough, C.; Gill, T.; Ruffin, R.
2018Associations of childhood, maternal and household dietary patterns with childhood stunting in Ethiopia: proposing an alternative and plausible dietary analysis method to dietary diversity scoresMelaku, Y.; Gill, T.; Taylor, A.; Adams, R.; Shi, Z.; Worku, A.