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The influence of distance to shops on the quality of diet of women of childbearing age

  • C. Black (a1), M. Barker (a1), H. Inskip (a1), M. Jarman (a1), W. Lawrence (a1), C. Cooper (a1), G. Moon (a2), J. Baird (a1) and The Food Choice Group...
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1.Robinson, SM, Crozier, SR, Borland, SE et al. (2004) Impact of educational attainment on the quality of young women's diets. Eur J Clin Nutr 58, 11471180.
2.Barker, M, Lawrence, W, Crozier, S et al. (2009) Educational attainment, perceived control and the quality of women's diets. Appetite 52, 631636.
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5.Laska, MN, Borradaile, KE, Tester, J et al. (2009) Healthy food availability in small urban food stores: a comparison of four US cities. Public Health Nutr 13, 10311035.

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