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Apr-2012An investigation into the relationship between sleep-disordered breathing, the metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular risk profiles, and inflammation between South Asians and Caucasians residing in the United Kingdom.Brady, EM; Davies, MJ; Hall, AP; Talbot, DC; Dick, JL; Khunti, KJournal Article
Jun-2012Epilepsy and psychiatric comorbidity: a nationally representative population-based study.Rai, D; Kerr, MP; McManus, S; Jordanova, V; Lewis, G; Brugha, TSJournal Article
Apr-2012Physical ill health, disability, dependence and depression: results from the 2007 national survey of psychiatric morbidity among adults in England.Meltzer, H; Bebbington, P; Brugha, T; McManus, S; Rai, D; Dennis, MS; Jenkins, RJournal Article
Mar-2012Increased prevalence of insomnia and changes in hypnotics use in England over 15 years: analysis of the 1993, 2000, and 2007 National Psychiatric Morbidity Surveys.Calem, M; Bisla, J; Begum, A; Dewey, M; Bebbington, PE; Brugha, T; Cooper, C; Jenkins, R; Lindesay, J; McManus, S; Meltzer, H; Spiers, N; Weich, S; Stewart, RJournal Article
Jun-2012Prevalence of same-sex behavior and orientation in England: results from a national survey.Hayes, J; Chakraborty, AT; McManus, S; Bebbington, P; Brugha, T; Nicholson, S; King, MJournal Article
Feb-2012Are elderly patients at increased risk of complications following pacemaker implantation? A meta-analysis of randomized trials.Armaganijan, LV; Toff, WD; Nielsen, JC; Andersen, HR; Connolly, SJ; Ellenbogen, KA; Healey, JSJournal Article
28-Dec-2012Changes in the prevalence, treatment and control of hypertension in Germany? A clinical-epidemiological study of 50.000 primary care patients.Labeit, A. M.; Klotsche, J.; Pieper, L.; Pittrow, D.; Einsle, F.; Stalla, G. K.; Lehnert, H.; Silber, S.; Zeiher, A. M.; März, W.; Wehling, M.; Wittchen, H. U.Journal Article
12-Dec-2012Importance of thinking locally for mental health: data from cross-sectional surveys representing South East London and EnglandHatch, S. L.; Woodhead, C.; Frissa, S.; Fear, N. T.; Verdecchia, M.; Stewart, R.; Reichenberg, A.; Morgan, C.; Bebbington, P.; McManus, S.; Brugha, Traolach Sean; Kankulu, B.; Clark, J. L.; Gazard, B.; Medcalf, R.; Hotopf, M.; SELCoH Study TeamJournal Article