Association between siesta (daytime sleep), dietary patterns and the presence of metabolic syndrome in elderly living in Mediterranean area (MEDIS study): The moderating effect of gender

E. N. Georgousopoulou, N. Naumovski, D. D. Mellor, S. Tyrovolas, S. Piscopo, G. Valacchi, N. Tsakountakis, A. Zeimbekis, V. Bountziouka, E. Gotsis, G. Metallinos, D. Tyrovola, J. Kellett, A. Foscolou, J. A. Tur, A. L. Matalas, C. Lionis, E. Polychronopoulos, L. Sidossis, Demosthenes B. PanagiotakosMedis Study Group The Medis Study Group

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