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Examining if being overweight really confers protection against dementia: Sixty-four year follow-up of participants in the Glasgow University alumni cohort study

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Examining if being overweight really confers protection against dementia: Sixty-four year follow-up of participants in the Glasgow University alumni cohort study. / Batty, G. David; Galobardes, Bruna ; Starr, John; Jeffreys, Mona ; Davey Smith, George ; Russ, Thomas.

In: Journal of negative results in biomedicine, 02.11.2016.

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Batty, GD, Galobardes, B, Starr, J, Jeffreys, M, Davey Smith, G & Russ, T 2016, 'Examining if being overweight really confers protection against dementia: Sixty-four year follow-up of participants in the Glasgow University alumni cohort study', Journal of negative results in biomedicine. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12952-016-0062-z

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Batty, G. D., Galobardes, B., Starr, J., Jeffreys, M., Davey Smith, G., & Russ, T. (2016). Examining if being overweight really confers protection against dementia: Sixty-four year follow-up of participants in the Glasgow University alumni cohort study. Journal of negative results in biomedicine. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12952-016-0062-z

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Batty GD, Galobardes B, Starr J, Jeffreys M, Davey Smith G, Russ T. Examining if being overweight really confers protection against dementia: Sixty-four year follow-up of participants in the Glasgow University alumni cohort study. Journal of negative results in biomedicine. 2016 Nov 2. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12952-016-0062-z

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Batty, G. David ; Galobardes, Bruna ; Starr, John ; Jeffreys, Mona ; Davey Smith, George ; Russ, Thomas. / Examining if being overweight really confers protection against dementia: Sixty-four year follow-up of participants in the Glasgow University alumni cohort study. In: Journal of negative results in biomedicine. 2016.