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Collins, A.L., McCarthy H.D., Evaluation of factors determining the precision of body composition measurements by air displacement plethysmography. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2003;  57: 770-776.

Goff, L.M., Frost, G.S., Hamilton, G., Thomas, E.L., Dhillo, W.S., Dornhorst, A., Bell, J.D., Carbohydrate-induced manipulation of insulin sensitivity independently of intramyocellular lipid. British Journal of Nutrition, 2003;  89: 365-374.

Fernandez, M.,  Drysdale I.P., An investigation into the effect of a high velocity thrust (hvt) technique to the cervical spine on cutaneous blood flow (cbf) in the upper limb. ICAOR 4 London April 12-13 2003.

Shah,  Walters N.J. Soft Tissue Techniques and Hydrotherapy Increase Muscle Power. ICAOR 4 London April 12-13 2003

Pedersen, T. N.,  Mehta, M., The Effect of Cervical High Velocity Thrust Technique on Range of Motion. ICAOR 4 London April 12-13 2003

Flinton, D..M., Walters N.J., Prostate Cancer: the effect of physical activity on the age at presentation. Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise 2003; 35: 5

Karason A., Drysdale I.P., Somato-visceral response following Osteopathic HVLAT: The effect of unilateral lumbo-sacral high velocity low amplitude thrust technique on the cutaneous blood flow in the lower limb. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics.  2003; 26 (4): 220-225

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