Does self-perceived oral health status have an impact on nutrient intake amongst adults at a high risk of cardiovascular disease in Northern Ireland?

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JournalProceedings of the Nutrition Society
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Publication statusPublished - 06 Sep 2018

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title = "Does self-perceived oral health status have an impact on nutrient intake amongst adults at a high risk of cardiovascular disease in Northern Ireland?",
author = "Sara Wallace and Roisin O'Neill and Laura McGowan and Claire McEvoy and Gerald McKenna and Michelle McKinley and Margaret Cupples and Christopher Patterson and Ian Young and Frank Kee and Jayne Woodside",
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AU - Wallace, Sara

AU - O'Neill, Roisin

AU - McGowan, Laura

AU - McEvoy, Claire

AU - McKenna, Gerald

AU - McKinley, Michelle

AU - Cupples, Margaret

AU - Patterson, Christopher

AU - Young, Ian

AU - Kee, Frank

AU - Woodside, Jayne

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JO - Proceedings of the Nutrition Society

JF - Proceedings of the Nutrition Society

SN - 0029-6651

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