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International journal of epidemiology 41 (6), 1639-1649, 2012
|Association between body mass index and blood pressure across three populations in Africa and Asia|
F Tesfaye, NG Nawi, H Van Minh, P Byass, Y Berhane, R Bonita, S Wall
Journal of human hypertension 21 (1), 28-37, 2007
|The rise of chronic non-communicable diseases in southeast Asia: time for action|
A Dans, N Ng, C Varghese, ES Tai, R Firestone, R Bonita
The Lancet 377 (9766), 680-689, 2011
|Forecast of dengue incidence using temperature and rainfall|
YL Hii, H Zhu, N Ng, LC Ng, J Rocklöv
PLoS Negl Trop Dis 6 (11), e1908, 2012
|WHO STEPS surveillance manual: the WHO STEPwise approach to chronic disease risk factor surveillance|
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|Factors affecting the use of maternal health services in Madhya Pradesh state of India: a multilevel analysis|
TR Jat, N Ng, M San Sebastian
International journal for equity in health 10 (1), 59, 2011
|Short term effects of weather on hand, foot and mouth disease|
YL Hii, J Rocklöv, N Ng
PloS one 6 (2), e16796, 2011
|Ageing and adult health status in eight lower-income countries: the INDEPTH WHO-SAGE collaboration|
P Kowal, K Kahn, N Ng, N Naidoo, S Abdullah, A Bawah, F Binka, ...
Global Health Action 11, 2010
|Climate variability and increase in intensity and magnitude of dengue incidence in Singapore|
YL Hii, J Rocklöv, N Ng, CS Tang, FY Pang, R Sauerborn
Global Health Action 2 (1), 2036, 2009
|‘If I don’t smoke, I'm not a real man'—Indonesian teenage boys' views about smoking|
N Ng, L Weinehall, A Öhman
Health education research 22 (6), 794-804, 2007
|Common risk factors for chronic non-communicable diseases among older adults in China, Ghana, Mexico, India, Russia and South Africa: the study on global AGEing and adult …|
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BMC public health 15 (1), 1-13, 2015
|Risk factors and disability associated with low back pain in older adults in low-and middle-income countries. Results from the WHO Study on Global AGEing and Adult Health (SAGE)|
JS Williams, N Ng, K Peltzer, A Yawson, R Biritwum, T Maximova, F Wu, ...
PLoS One 10 (6), e0127880, 2015
|Preventable risk factors for noncommunicable diseases in rural Indonesia: prevalence study using WHO STEPS approach|
N Ng, H Stenlund, R Bonita, M Hakimi, S Wall, L Weinehall
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 84, 305-313, 2006
|Prevalence of physical inactivity in nine rural INDEPTH Health and Demographic Surveillance Systems in five Asian countries|
N Ng, M Hakimi, H Van Minh, S Juvekar, A Razzaque, A Ashraf, ...
Global health action 2 (1), 1985, 2009
|Health and quality of life among older rural people in Purworejo District, Indonesia|
N Ng, M Hakimi, P Byass, S Wilopo, S Wall
Global health action 3 (1), 2125, 2010
|Reading culture from tobacco advertisements in Indonesia|
M Nichter, S Padmawati, M Danardono, N Ng, Y Prabandari, M Nichter
Tobacco Control 18 (2), 98-107, 2009
|Community perceptions of air pollution and related health risks in Nairobi slums|
T Egondi, C Kyobutungi, N Ng, K Muindi, S Oti, SV Vijver, R Ettarh, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 10 (10 …, 2013
|Fruit and vegetable consumption in rural adults population in INDEPTH HDSS sites in Asia|
U Kanungsukkasem, N Ng, H Van Minh, A Razzaque, A Ashraf, S Juvekar, ...
Global Health Action 2 (1), 1988, 2009
|Clustering of chronic non-communicable disease risk factors among selected Asian populations: levels and determinants|
SM Ahmed, A Hadi, A Razzaque, A Ashraf, S Juvekar, N Ng, ...
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|Chronic noncommunicable diseases in 6 low-and middle-income countries: findings from wave 1 of the World Health Organization's study on global Ageing and adult health (SAGE)|
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American journal of epidemiology 185 (6), 414-428, 2017