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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Terry Aspray
Osteoporosis in older adults2021
Professor Miles Witham
Dr Terry Aspray
Professor Avan Sayer
Recruitment strategies for sarcopenia trials: lessons from the LACE randomized controlled trial2021
Dr Terry Aspray
Can bone turnover markers help to define the suitability and duration of bisphosphonate drug holidays?2020
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Christopher Hurst
Lorelle Dismore
Professor Emma Stevenson
Professor Avan Sayer
et al.
Feasibility and acceptability of a milk and resistance exercise intervention to improve muscle function in community-dwelling older adults (MIlkMAN): Pilot study 2020
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Christopher Hurst
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Terry Aspray
Professor Emma Stevenson
et al.
Milk for skeletal muscle health and sarcopenia in older adults: a narrative review2020
Lorelle Dismore
Dr Christopher Hurst
Professor Avan Sayer
Professor Emma Stevenson
Dr Terry Aspray
et al.
Study of the older adults’ motivators and barriers engaging in a nutrition and resistance exercise intervention for sarcopenia: An embedded qualitative project in the MIlkMAN pilot study 2020
Sarah Hakeem Hakeem
Dr Nuno Mendonca
Dr Terry Aspray
Dr Andrew Kingston
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
et al.
The association between 25-Hydroxyvitamin D concentration and disability trajectories in very old adults: The Newcastle 85+ study2020
Dr Terry Aspray
Vitamin D in Musculoskeletal Health and Beyond2020
Professor Thomas Hill
Dr Kirsten Brandt
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
Dr Terry Aspray
A vitamin D, calcium and leucine-enriched whey protein nutritional supplement improves measures of bone health in sarcopenic non-malnourished older adults – the PROVIDE study.2019
Denise Howel
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Katie Haighton
Andrew Bryant
Dr Frauke Becker
et al.
Does domiciliary welfare rights advice improve health-related quality of life in independent-living, socio-economically disadvantaged people aged ≥60 years? Randomised controlled trial, economic and process evaluations in the North East of England2019
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