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The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 11/2019, Volume 394, pp. S77 - S77
Abstract Background The food environment is a modifiable enabler of dietary choices that can have a great impact on the prevention of childhood obesity in the... 
Prevention | United Kingdom | Obesity in children | Schools | Analysis | World health
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The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 11/2019, Volume 394, pp. S9 - S9
Abstract Background There are increasing calls for the food industry to take greater responsibility for the food environment as obesity rates rise. The public... 
Usage | Food industry | Grocery industry | Innovations | Obesity in children | Alliances and partnerships | Public health
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Neoplasia, ISSN 1476-5586, 05/2018, Volume 20, Issue 5, pp. 443 - 455
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PLoS Medicine, ISSN 1549-1277, 07/2018, Volume 15, Issue 7, p. e1002602
Background Air pollution damages health by promoting the onset of some non-communicable diseases (NCDs), putting additional strain on the National Health... 
GASES | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | IMPACT | ENGLAND | EXPOSURE | Social Work - economics | Air Pollution - prevention & control | Noncommunicable Diseases - therapy | Humans | Air Pollution - adverse effects | England | Nitric Oxide - adverse effects | Models, Economic | Noncommunicable Diseases - prevention & control | Incidence | Health Care Costs - trends | Air Pollution - economics | Time Factors | Computer Simulation | Inhalation Exposure - adverse effects | Environmental Monitoring | Risk Assessment | Particulate Matter - adverse effects | Risk Factors | Noncommunicable Diseases - economics | Forecasting | Social Work - trends | State Medicine - economics | State Medicine - trends | Noncommunicable Diseases - epidemiology | Air Pollutants - adverse effects | Economic aspects | Air pollution | Socialized medicine | Research | Analysis | Medical care, Cost of | Costs | Health services | Pollution control | Lung cancer | Cardiovascular disease | Response functions | Socioeconomics | Literature reviews | Regression models | Pollution | Health economics | Population | Modelling | Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease | Pollutants | Heart diseases | Public health | Supervision | Food | Chronic illnesses | Outdoor air quality | Damage assessment | Mortality | Diabetes mellitus | Socio-economic aspects | Land pollution | Exposure | Regression analysis | Coronary artery disease | Land use | Anthropogenic factors | Asthma | Climate change | Particulate matter | Software | Birth weight | Nitrogen dioxide | Cardiovascular diseases | Dementia
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BMC Public Health, 01/2012, Volume 12
Doc number: 99 Abstract Background: Breast and cervical cancer screening are widely recognized as effective preventive procedures in reducing cancer mortality.... 
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Chemistry – A European Journal, ISSN 0947-6539, 12/2005, Volume 11, Issue 24, pp. 7395 - 7404
Six gel‐type functional resins, that is, three poly‐DMAA‐co‐TMPTP (DMAA=N,N‐dimethylacrylamide, TMPTP=trimethylolpropyltrimethacrylate) samples with different... 
functional resins | NMR spectroscopy | nanostructures | EPR spectroscopy | ISEC (inverse steric exclusion chromatography)
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by Hudson, Lawrence N and Newbold, Tim and Contu, Sara and Hill, Samantha L L and Lysenko, Igor and De Palma, Aiana and Phillips, Helen R P and Alhusseini, Tamera I and Bedford, Felicity E and Bennett, Dominic J and Booth, Hollie and Burton, Victoria J and Chng, Charlotte W T and Choimes, Argyrios and Correia, David L P and Day, Julie and Echeverría-Londoño, Susy and Emerson, Susan R and Gao, Di and Garon, Morgan and Harrison, Michelle L K and Ingram, Daniel J and Jung, Martin and Kemp, Victoria and Kirkpatrick, Lucinda and Martin, Callum D and Pan, Yuan and Pask-Hale, Gwilym D and Pynegar, Edwin L and Robinson, Alexana N and Sanchez-Ortiz, Katia and Senior, Rebecca A and Simmons, Benno I and White, Hannah J and Zhang, Hanbin and Aben, Job and Abrahamczyk, Stefan and Adum, Gilbert B and Aguilar-Barquero, Virginia and Aizen, Marcelo A and Albertos, Belén and Alcala, E L and Del Mar Alguacil, Maria and Alignier, Auey and Ancrenaz, Marc and Andersen, Alan N and Arbeláez-Cortés, Enrique and Armbrecht, Inge and Arroyo-Roíguez, Víctor and Aumann, Tom and Axmacher, Jan C and Azhar, Baul and Azpiroz, Aián B and Baeten, Lander and Bakayoko, Adama and Báldi, Anás and Banks, John E and Baral, Sharad K and Barlow, Jos and Barratt, Barbara I P and Barrico, Lurdes and Bartolommei, Paola and Barton, Diane M and Basset, Yves and Batáry, Péter and Bates, Adam J and Baur, Bruno and Bayne, Erin M and Beja, Peo and Benedick, Suzan and Berg, Åke and Bernard, Henry and Berry, Nicholas J and Bhatt, Dinesh and Bicknell, Jake E and Bihn, Jochen H and Blake, Robin J and Bobo, Kadiri S and Bóçon, Roberto and Boekhout, Teun and Böhning-Gaese, Katrin and Bonham, Kevin J and Borges, Paulo A V and Borges, Sérgio H and Boutin, Céline and Bouyer, Jérémy and Bragagnolo, Cibele and Brandt, Jodi S and Brearley, Francis Q and Brito, Isabel and Bros, Vicenç and Brunet, Jörg and Buczkowski, Grzegorz and Buddle, Christopher M and Bugter, Rob and Buscardo, Erika and Buse, Jörn and Cabra-García, Jimmy and Cáceres, Nilton C and Cagle, Nicolette L and ... and Stockholms universitet and Institutionen för ekologi, miljö och botanik and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten
Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 2045-7758, 01/2017, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp. 145 - 188
The PREDICTS project-Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems (www.predicts.org.uk)-has collated from published studies a... 
global biodiversity modeling | land use | global change | data sharing | habitat destruction | FRUIT-FEEDING BUTTERFLIES | TROPICAL DRY FOREST | LOWLAND DIPTEROCARP FOREST | BEES HYMENOPTERA APIDAE | PLANT COMMUNITY COMPOSITION | BIRD SPECIES RICHNESS | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | BOMBUS SPP. HYMENOPTERA | LAND-USE CHANGE | ECOLOGY | CARABID BEETLE ASSEMBLAGES | BUMBLEBEE NEST DENSITY | Data bases | Biological diversity | Geography | Statistical analysis | Ecosystems | Extinction | Human influences | Terrestrial environments | Spatial analysis | Metadata | Regional development | Ecology | Statistical methods | Research | Biodiversity | Land use | Datasets | Endangered & extinct species | Databases | Statistical models | Councils | Mathematical models | Trends | Ecology: 488 | VDP | Zoology and botany: 480 | Zoologiske og botaniske fag: 480 | Matematikk og Naturvitenskap: 400 | Mathematics and natural science: 400 | Økologi: 488 | Ecological heterogeneity | Heterogeneïtat ecològica | Biodiversitat | Bases de dades | Biodiversity and Ecology | Environmental Sciences | Global Changes | Biological Sciences | Geovetenskap och miljövetenskap | Naturvetenskap | Biologiska vetenskaper | Natural Sciences | Ekologi | Earth and Related Environmental Sciences | Alterra - Biodiversity and policy | Biodiversity and Policy | Biodiversiteit en Beleid | Alterra - Biodiversiteit en beleid
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