Associations between food environment typologies and body mass index: Evidence from Yorkshire, England (2019)
Type of ContentJournal Article
Alternative TitleFood typologies and change in body mass index
CitationHobbs M, Green MA, Wilkins E, Lamb KE, McKenna J, Griffiths C (2019). Associations between food environment typologies and body mass index: Evidence from Yorkshire, England. Social Science and Medicine. 239. 112528-.
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KeywordsBody mass index; Food environment; Food outlets; Longitudinal; Obesity; Obesogenic environment
ANZSRC Fields of Research42 - Health sciences::4206 - Public health
42 - Health sciences::4206 - Public health::420606 - Social determinants of health
44 - Human society::4406 - Human geography::440605 - Health geography
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