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Walters, JF, Hampton, SM, Deanfield, JE, Donald, AE, Skene, DJ and Ferns, GAA (2006) Circadian variation in endothelial function is attenuated in postmenopausal women MATURITAS, 54 (3). pp. 294-303.

Jones, S, Duncan, E, Thomas, N, Walters, J, Dick, MC, Height, SE, Stephens, AD, Thein, SW and Rees, DC (2005) Windy weather and low humidity are associated with an increased number of hospital admissions for acute pain and sickle cell disease in an urban environment with a maritime temperate climate, British Journal of Haematology, 4. pp. 530-533.

Walters, JF, Hampton, SM, Ferns, GAA and Skene, DJ (2005) Effect of menopause on melatonin and alertness rhythms investigated in constant routine conditions CHRONOBIOLOGY INTERNATIONAL, 22 (5). pp. 859-872.

Walters, JF, Hampton, SM, Ferns, GA and Skene, DJ (2005) Effect of menopause on melatonin and alertness rhythms investigated in constant routine conditions. Chronobiol Int, 22 (5). pp. 859-872.

Walters, JF, Skene, DJ, Hampton, SM and Ferns, GAA (2003) Biological rhythms, endothelial health and cardiovascular disease MEDICAL SCIENCE MONITOR, 9 (1). RA1-RA8.

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Jones, S, Duncan, ER, Norris, E, Fuller, G, Thomas, N, Walters, J, Dick, MC, Height, SE, Thein, SL and Rees, DC (2006) Air pollution levels impact on numbers of hospital admissions with acute vaso-occlusive sickle cell pain In: 46th Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Society for Haematology, 2006-04-03 - 2006-04-05, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Jones, S, Duncan, E, Thomas, N, Walters, J, Dick, MC, Height, SE, Stephens, AD, Thein, SL and Rees, DC (2004) Windy weather and acute pain in sickle cell disease In: Annual Scientific Meeting of the British-Society-for-Haematology, 2004-04-19 - 2004-04-21, Cardiff, WALES.

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