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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    2013Independent and combined effects of physical activity and sedentary behavior on blood pressure in adolescents: gender differences in two cross-sectional studies.  de Moraes, AC; Carvalho, HB; Rey-López, JP; et al.
    2 June 2017The influence of birth weight and length on bone mineral density and content in adolescence: The Tromsø Study, Fit Futures  Christoffersen, T; Ahmed, LA; Daltveit, AK; et al.
    3 July 2017Lean mass explains the association between muscular fitness and bone outcomes in 13-year-old boys  Ubago-Guisado, E; Vlachopoulos, D; Ferreira de Moraes, AC; et al.
    7 July 2017Longitudinal Adaptations of Bone Mass, Geometry and Metabolism in Adolescent Male Athletes. The PRO-BONE Study.  Vlachopoulos, D; Barker, AR; Ubago-Guisado, E; et al.
    10 October 2018Longitudinal determinants of 12-month changes on bone health in adolescent male athletes  Ubago-Guisado, E; Vlachopoulos, D; Fatouros, IG; et al.
    15 March 2021The Mediating Role of Lean Soft Tissue in the Relationship between Somatic Maturation and Bone Density in Adolescent Practitioners and Non-Practitioners of Sports  Agostinete, RR; Werneck, AO; Maillane-Vanegas, S; et al.
    26 November 2017Physical activity, sedentary time, TV viewing, physical fitness and cardiovascular disease risk in adolescents: The HELENA study  Barker, AR; Gracia-Marco, L; Ruiz, JR; et al.
    13 November 2012Sedentary behaviours and its association with bone mass in adolescents: the HELENA Cross-Sectional Study.  Gracia-Marco, L; Rey-López, JP; Santaliestra-Pasías, AM; et al.