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2007
Giles, John,  Mu, Ren . Elderly parent health and the migration decisions of adult children: Evidence from rural China. Demography. 44, (2), 265-288.
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2006
Liu, Y.,  Zhai, F.,  Popkin, Barry M. Trends in eating behaviors among Chinese children (1991-1997). Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 15, (1), 72-80.
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2005
Xie, J.,  Dow, W.H. . Longitudinal study of child immunization determinants in China. Social Science and Medicine. 61, (3), 601-611.
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2005
Monda, Keri L.,  Popkin, Barry M. Cluster analysis methods help to clarify the activity-BMI relationship of Chinese youth. Obesity Research. 13, (6), 1042-1051.
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2005
Beydoun, May A.,  Popkin, Barry M. The impact of socio-economic factors on functional status decline among community-dwelling older adults in China. Social Science and Medicine. 60, (9), 2045-2057.
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2005
Adams, J.,  Hannum, E. Children's social welfare in China, 1989-1997: Access to health insurance and education. China Quarterly. (181), 100-121.
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2005
Chen, F.N. . Residential patterns of parents and their married children in contemporary China: A life course approach. Population Research and Policy Review. 24, (2), 125-148.
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2005
2005
Stookey, J.D.,  Adair, L.S.,  Popkin, B.M. . Do protein and energy intakes explain long-term changes in body composition?. Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging. 9, (1), 5-17.
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2005
(author unknown) . Longitudinal study of child immunization determinants in China reported. Managed Care Law Weekly. 121 -
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2005
Benjamin, Dwayne,  Brandt, Loren,  Giles, John . The Evolution of Income Inequality in Rural China. Economic Development and Cultural Change. 53, (4), 769 -
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2005
Doak, C.M.,  Adair, Linda S.,  Bentley, M.,  Monteiro, C.,  Popkin, Barry M. The dual burden household and the nutrition transition paradox. International Journal of Obesity. 29, (1), 129-136.
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2005
Mendez, M.A.,  Monteiro, C.A.,  Popkin, Barry M. Overweight exceeds underweight among women in most developing countries. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 81, (3), 714-721.
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2005
Mendez, M.A.,  Popkin, Barry M. Globalization, Urbanization and Nutritional Change in the Developing World. Journal of Agricultural and Development Economics. 1, 220-241.
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2005
Zhao, Zhong . Health Determinants in Urban China. IZA Discussion Paper No. 1835. Bonn, Germany: Institute for the Study of Labor.
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2004
Wallingford, J.C.,  Yuhas, R.,  Du, S.,  Zhai, Fengying,  Popkin, Barry M. Fatty acids in Chinese edible oils: Value of direct analysis as a basis for labeling. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 25, (4), 330-336.
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2004
Akin, J.S.,  Dow, W.H.,  Lance, P.M. . Did the distribution of health insurance in China continue to grow less equitable in the nineties? Results from a longitudinal survey. Social Science and Medicine. 58, (2), 293-304.
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2004
Bell, A. Colin,  Adair, Linda S.,  Popkin, Barry M. Understanding the role of mediating risk factors and proxy effects in the association between socio-economic status and untreated hypertension. Social Science and Medicine. 59, (2), 275-283.
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2004
Chen, F.N. . The division of labor between generations of women in rural China. Social Science Research. 33, (4), 557-580.
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2004
Short, Susan E.,  Sun, Rongjun . Grandmothers, Formal Care, and Educational Advantage in China. Research in Sociology of Education. 14, 7-31.
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2004
2004
Wang, Zhihong,  Hao, Hongfei,  Du, Shufa,  Zhai, Fengying . Comparative study on different overweight reference applied on analyzing growth of Chinese children and adolescents. Weisheng Yanjiu / Journal of Hygiene Research. 33, (6), 740-743.
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2004
Du, Shufa,  Mroz, Tom A.,  Zhai, Fengying,  Popkin, Barry M. Rapid income growth adversely affects diet quality in China--particularly for the poor!. Social Science and Medicine. 59, (7), 1505-1515.
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2004
Kim, Soowon,  Popkin, Barry M.,  Siega-Riz, Anna Maria,  Haines, Pamela S.,  Arab, Lenore . A cross-national comparison of lifestyle between China and the United States, using a comprehensive cross-national measurement tool of the healthfulness of lifestyles: The Lifestyle Index. Preventive Medicine. 38, (2), 160-171.
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2004
Lance, Peter M.,  Akin, John S.,  Dow, William H.,  Loh, Chung-Ping . Is cigarette smoking in poorer nations highly sensitive to price? Evidence from Russia and China. Journal of Health Economics. 23, (1), 173-189.
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