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10-Aug-2002Different sex ratios at birth in Europe and North America - Maternal cytomegalovirus seropositivity affects sex determinationShields, MD; O'Hare, B; Nelson, J; Stewart, MC; Coyle, PJournal item
Mar-2007Family affluence and health among schoolchildrenLevin, Kate Ann; Todd, J; Inchley, Joanna Catherine; Currie, Dorothy Bruce; Smith, R; Currie, CandaceReport
22-Mar-2012Family structure and breakfast consumption of 11-15 year old boys and girls in Scotland, 1994-2010 : a repeated cross-sectional studyLevin, Kate Ann; Kirby, Joanna Louise Michelle; Currie, CandaceJournal article
Mar-2007Family structure and relationships and health among schoolchildrenTodd, J; Smith, R; Levin, Kate Ann; Inchley, Joanna Catherine; Currie, Dorothy Bruce; Currie, CandaceReport
Oct-2003Gender matters : Physical activity patterns of schoolchildren in ScotlandAlexander, L; Currie, Candace; Todd, JReport
Apr-2008Health behaviour in school-aged children : World Health Organization collaborative cross-national study (HBSC): findings from the 2006 HBSC survey in ScotlandCurrie, Candace Evelyn; HBSC National TeamReport
Mar-2011Health behaviour in school-aged children : World Health Organization collaborative cross-national study (HBSC): findings from the 2010 HBSC survey in ScotlandCurrie, Candace; Levin, Kate Ann; Kirby, Joanna Louise Michelle; Currie, Dorothy Bruce; van der Sluijs, Winfried; Inchley, Joanna CatherineReport
Jun-2004How are Scotland's young people doing? : A cross-national perspective on health-related riskAlexander, L; Currie, Candace; Todd, J; Smith, RReport
Jun-2004How are Scotland's young people doing? : A cross-national perspective on physical activity, TV viewing, eating habits, body image and oral hygieneAlexander, L; Currie, Candace; Todd, J; Smith, RReport
Jun-2004How are Scotland’s young people doing? : A cross-national perspective on physical and emotional well-beingAlexander, L; Currie, Candace; Todd, J; Smith, RReport
Mar-2003Introduction, background and dissemination of the 2002 HBSC survey in ScotlandCurrie, Candace; Todd, J; Smith, RReport
Apr-2009Key findings from the 2006 Scottish Health Behaviour in School-aged Children studyLevin, Kate Ann; van der Sluijs, Winfried; Todd, J; Currie, CandaceReport
Mar-2003Mental well-being among schoolchildren in Scotland : age and gender patterns, trends and cross-national comparisonsCurrie, Candace; Todd, JReport
Dec-2007Mental well-being of young people in Scotland : 1994-2006Levin, Kate Ann; Todd, J; Currie, Dorothy Bruce; Currie, CandaceReport
Mar-2004Mental-health and well-being in the context of school : Young people in ScotlandAlexander, L; Currie, CandaceReport
Apr-2001News from the internation study Control of Adolescent Smoking. : Smoking and other health-related behaviours and health indicators in Scottish adolescentsGriesbach, D; Currie, CandaceReport
2000News from the international study Control of Adolescent Smoking : Adolescent smoking trends and intentions to smoke in eight European countriesGriesbach, D; Currie, CandaceReport
2000News from the international study Control of Adolescent Smoking : Comparing national policies on smoking in eight European countriesGriesbach, D; Currie, CandaceReport
Apr-2001News from the international study Control of Adolescent Smoking : Parental influences on smoking among Scottish adolescentsGriesbach, D; Currie, CandaceReport
Apr-2001News from the international study Control of Adolescent Smoking : Smoking in Scottish schoolsGriesbach, D; Currie, CandaceReport
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