Dietary factors and pulmonary function: a cross sectional study in middle aged men from three European countries

Tabak, Cora; Smit, Henriette A; Räsänen, Leena; Fidanza, Flaminio; Menotti, Alessandro; Nissinen, Aulikki; Feskens, Edith J M; Heederik, Dick; Kromhout, Daan
November 1999
Thorax;Nov1999, p1021
Academic Journal
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