TitleAuthorPublication DatePublisherType
    Dietary Pattern, Hypertension and Cognitive Function in an Older Population: 10-Year Longitudinal Survey.  Xu, Xiaoyue; Parker, Deborah; Shi, Zumin; Byles, Julie; Hall, John; ... more authors 2018Frontiers MediaArticle
    Dietary patterns and cardiovascular disease risk among Chinese adults: a prospective cohort study  Shi, Zumin; Ganji, Vijay2020Springer NatureArticle
    Dietary patterns associated with hypertension risk among adults in Thailand: 8-year findings from the Thai Cohort Study  Shi, Zumin; Papier, Keren; Yiengprugsawan, Vasoontara; Kelly, Matthew; Seubsman, Sam-Ang; ... more authors 2018Cambridge University Press (CUP)Article
    Early life exposure to 1959-1961 Chinese famine exacerbates association between diabetes and cardiovascular disease.  Shi, Zumin; Ji, Linong; Ma, Ronald C W; Zimmet, Paul2019WileyArticle
    Effects of Goal-Framed Messages on Mental Health Education Among Medical University Students: Moderating Role of Personal Involvement.  Bai, Li; Rao, Qingmao; Cai, Zhengjie; Lv, Yalan; Wu, Tingting; ... more authors 2019Frontiers MediaArticle
    Epidemic T2DM, early development and epigenetics: implications of the Chinese Famine.  Zimmet, Paul; Shi, Zumin; El-Osta, Assam; Ji, Linong2018Nature ResearchArticle Review
    Genetic Epidemiology of Beta-Thalassemia in the Maldives: 23 years of a Beta-Thalassemia Screening Program.  Mustafa, Ibrahim; Firdous, Naila; Shebl, Fatma M; Shi, Zumin; Saeed, Mariya; ... more authors 2020ElsevierArticle
    Genetic polymorphisms associated with type 2 diabetes in the Arab world: A systematic review and meta-analysis.  Abuhendi, Najat; Qush, Abeer; Naji, Fozieh; Abunada, Hanan; Al Buainain, Reeham; ... more authors 2019ElsevierArticle
    Gut Microbiota: An Important Link between Western Diet and Chronic Diseases.  Shi, Zumin2019MDPIArticle Review
    High Chili Intake and Cognitive Function among 4582 Adults: An Open Cohort Study over 15 Years.  Shi, Zumin; El-Obeid, Tahra; Riley, Malcolm; Li, Ming; Page, Amanda; ... more authors 2019MDPIArticle
    High Consumption of Soft Drinks Is Associated with an Increased Risk of Fracture: A 7-Year Follow-Up Study  Chen, Li; Liu, Ruiyi; Zhao, Yong; Shi, Zumin2020MDPIArticle
    High iron intake is associated with poor cognition among Chinese old adults and varied by weight status-a 15-y longitudinal study in 4852 adults.  Shi, Zumin; Li, Ming; Wang, Youfa; Liu, Jianghong; El-Obeid, Tahra2019Oxford University PressArticle
    Importance of Nutrition Intervention in Autistic Patients  ElObeid, Tahra; Shi, Zumin; Moawad, Joyce2020Springer, ChamBook chapter
    Iron-related dietary pattern increases the risk of poor cognition  Shi, Zumin; El-Obeid, Tahra; Li, Ming; Xu, Xiaoyue; Liu, Jianghong2019BMCArticle
    Magnesium Intake and Sleep Disorder Symptoms: Findings from the Jiangsu Nutrition Study of Chinese Adults at Five-Year Follow-Up.  Cao, Yingting; Zhen, Shiqi; Taylor, Anne W; Appleton, Sarah; Atlantis, Evan; ... more authors 2018MDPIArticle
    Muscle Strength and Glycaemic Control among Patients with Type 2 Diabetes.  Bawadi, Hiba; Alkhatib, Dana; Abu-Hijleh, Haya; Alalwani, Joud; Majed, Lina; ... more authors 2020MDPIArticle
    Nutritional quality and health risk of pepper fruit as affected by magnesium fertilization.  Lu, Ming; Liu, Dunyi; Shi, Zumin; Gao, Xiaopeng; Liang, Yi; ... more authors 2020wileyArticle
    Perceived risk, behavior changes and Health-related outcomes during COVID-19 pandemic: Findings among adults with and without diabetes in China  Yan, Alice F.; Sun, Xiaomin; Zheng, Jinge; Mi, Baibing; Zuo, Hui; ... more authors 2020Elsevier Ireland LtdArticle
    Personal Involvement Moderates Message Framing Effects on Food Safety Education among Medical University Students in Chongqing, China.  Bai, Li; Cai, Zhengjie; Lv, Yalan; Wu, Tingting; Sharma, Manoj; ... more authors 2018MDPIArticle
    Qatar Biobank Cohort Study: Study Design and First Results.  Thani, Asma Al; Fthenou, Eleni; Paparrodopoulos, Spyridon; Marri, Ajayeb Al; Shi, Zumin; ... more authors 2019Oxford University Press (OUP)Article