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Published on 15.01.15 in Vol 4, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Cross-Sectional Study of 24-Hour Urinary Electrolyte Excretion and Associated Health Outcomes in a Convenience Sample of Australian Primary Schoolchildren: The Salt and Other Nutrients in Children (SONIC) Study Protocol"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.3994):

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  1. Prasertsri P, Singsanan S, Chonanant C, Boonla O, Trongtosak P. Effects of arm swing exercise training on cardiac autonomic modulation, cardiovascular risk factors, and electrolytes in persons aged 60–80 years with prehypertension: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Exercise Science & Fitness 2019;17(2):47
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  2. Torres SJ, Grimes C, Nowson CA, Jayasinghe SU, Bruce CR, Mason SA, He FJ, Turner AI. Urinary sodium is positively associated with urinary free cortisol and total cortisol metabolites in a cross-sectional sample of Australian schoolchildren aged 5–12 years and their mothers. British Journal of Nutrition 2019;121(2):164
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  3. West M, Liem D, Booth A, Nowson C, Grimes C. Salt Preference and Ability to Discriminate between Salt Content of Two Commercially Available Products of Australian Primary Schoolchildren. Nutrients 2019;11(2):388
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  4. Saeid N, Elmzibri M, Hamrani A, Latifa Q, Belghiti H, El Berri H, Benjeddou K, Bouziani A, Benkirane H, Taboz Y, Elhamdouchi A, El Kari K, Aguenaou H. Assessment of Sodium and Potassium Intakes in Children Aged 6 to 18 Years by 24 h Urinary Excretion in City of Rabat, Morocco. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism 2018;2018:1
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  5. Grimes CA, Booth A, Khokhar D, West M, Margerison C, Campbell KJ, Nowson CA. Digital Education to Limit Salt in the Home (DELISH) Program Improves Knowledge, Self-Efficacy, and Behaviors Among Children. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 2018;50(6):547
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  6. Saeid N, Rami A, Mounach S, Hamrani A, El Hamdouchi A, Mouzouni FZ, Baddou I, Elkari K, Aguenaou H, El Mzibri M. Assessment of iodine intake and deficiency in school-age children in Morocco. Nutrition & Food Science 2018;48(6):873
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  7. Eyles H, Bhana N, Lee S, Grimes C, McLean R, Nowson C, Wall C. Measuring Children’s Sodium and Potassium Intakes in NZ: A Pilot Study. Nutrients 2018;10(9):1198
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  8. Beckford K, Grimes C, Margerison C, Riddell L, Skeaff S, Nowson C. Iodine Intakes of Victorian Schoolchildren Measured Using 24-h Urinary Iodine Excretion. Nutrients 2017;9(9):961
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  9. Grimes CA, Booth A, Khokhar D, West M, Margerison C, Campbell K, Nowson C. The Development of a Web-Based Program to Reduce Dietary Salt Intake in Schoolchildren: Study Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(5):e103
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  10. Grimes CA, Riddell LJ, Campbell KJ, He FJ, Nowson CA. 24-h urinary sodium excretion is associated with obesity in a cross-sectional sample of Australian schoolchildren. British Journal of Nutrition 2016;115(6):1071
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  11. Service C, Grimes C, Riddell L, He F, Campbell K, Nowson C. Association between Parent and Child Dietary Sodium and Potassium Intakes as Assessed by 24-h Urinary Excretion. Nutrients 2016;8(4):191
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