Christine Muff

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As smoking and unhealthy diet are more prevalent in lower socioeconomic groups, this study aims at exploring whether associations between smoking and fruit and vegetable consumption are confounded by socioeconomic conditions or if smoking is independently associated with consumption. Cross-sectional analyses of 4,814 middle-aged participants from the Heinz(More)
Irregular meal intakes have several harmful effects on health and yet it is largely unknown which factors are related to irregular meal intakes. In order to understand variations in regularity of meal intakes, associations between sociodemographics, health conditions, health behaviours, work characteristics and meal intakes were studied. Cross-sectional(More)
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