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Sleep, Health and Society: from aetiology to public health, 2nd edition.

FP Cappuccio, MA Miller, SW Lockley, SMW Rajaratnam eds.

Oxford University Press, 2018; pp. 1-253.

Sleep, Health and Society: from aetiology to public health.

FP Cappuccio, MA Miller, SW Lockley eds

Oxford University Press, 2010; pp. 1-471.

  1. Cappuccio FP. The role of nocturnal blood pressure and sleep quality in hypertension management. European Cardiology Review 2020; 15: e60.
  2. Cappuccio FP, Miller MA, Lockely SW, Rajaratnam SMW. Chaper 1. Sleep, health and society: the contribution of epidemiology. In: Sleep, Health and Society: from aetiology to public health. 2nd edition. Cappuccio FP, Miller MA, Lockley SW, Rajaratnam SMW (Eds.) Oxford University Press 2018; 3-9
  3. Cappuccio FP, Miller MA. Chapter 8. Sleep and cardio-metabolic disease. In: Sleep, Health and Society: from aetiology to public health. 2nd edition. Cappuccio FP, Miller MA, Lockley SW, Rajaratnam SMW (Eds.) Oxford University Press 2018; 67-79
  4. Cappuccio FP. Is individual responsibility the answer to optimising sleep at work to improve safety?Br Med J 2018; 7 Mar (letter)
  5. Cappuccio FP & Miller MA. Sleep and cardio-metabolic disease. Curr Cardiol Rep 2017; 19: 110
  6. Cappuccio FP & Miller MA. Sleep and mortality: cause, consequence or symptom? Sleep Medicine 2013; 14: 587-8
  7. Cappuccio FP, Miller MA. A new challenge to widely held views on the role of sleep. Ann Intern Med 2012; 157: 593-5
  8. Cappuccio FP & Miller MA. Sleep duration, sleep quality and cardiovascular risk. Eur Heart J 2012; 33: on-line Feb 1 (letter)
  9. Cappuccio FP, Cooper D, D’Elia L, Strazzullo P & Miller MA. Sleep duration predicts cardiovascular outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies. Eur Heart J 2011; 32: 1484-92
  10. Cappuccio FP & Miller MA. Is prolonged lack of sleep associated with obesity? Br Med J 2011; 342: d3306
  11. Cappuccio FP & Miller MA. Are short bad sleep nights a hindrance to a healthy heart? Sleep 2011; 34(11): 1457-8
  12. Cappuccio FP, Miller MA & Lockley SW. Chapter 1: Sleep, Health and Society: the contribution of epidemiology. In: Sleep, Health & Society: from aetiology to public health. FP Cappuccio, MA Miller, SW Lockley eds. Oxford University Press, 2010; pp. 1-8
  13. Cappuccio FP & Miller MA. Chapter 5: The epidemiology of sleep and cardiovascular risk and disease. In: Sleep, Health & Society: from aetiology to public health. FP Cappuccio, MA Miller, SW Lockley eds. Oxford University Press, 2010; pp. 83-110
  14. Cappuccio FP & Miller MA. Chapter 18: European Working Time Directive and medical errors. In: Sleep, Health & Society: from aetiology to public health. FP Cappuccio, MA Miller, SW Lockley eds. Oxford University Press, 2010; pp. 397-41
  15. Cappuccio FP, D'Elia L, Strazzullo P & Miller MA. Sleep duration and all-cause mortality: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies. Sleep 2010; 33(5): 585-92
  16. Cappuccio FP, D'Elia L, Strazzullo P & Miller MA. Quantity and quality of sleep and incidence of type-2 diabetes: a meta-analysis of prospective studies. Diabetes Care 2010; 33: 414-20
  17. Cappuccio FP. 'Hospital at Night' improves outcomes: does the evidence support opinions? (Commentary) Q J Med 2009; 102: 583-4
  18. Cappuccio FP, Lockley SW & Landrigan CP. Cappuccio response to correspondence (letter). Q J Med 2009; 102: 363-4
  19. Cappuccio FP, Bakewell A, Taggart FM, Ward G, Ji C, Sullivan JP, Edmunds M, Pounder R, Landrigan CP, Lockley SW & Peile E on behalf of the Warwick EWTD Working Group. Implementing a 48h EWTD-compliant rota for junior doctors in the UK does not compromise patients' safety: assessor-blind pilot comparison. Q J Med 2009; 102: 271-82
  20. Cappuccio FP, Lockley SW & Landrigan CP. EWTD is to improve health and safety of patients and doctors. Br Med J 2008; 337: a3080
  21. Cappuccio FP & Lockley SW. Safety and the flying doctor. Br Med J 2008; 336: 218
  22. Cappuccio FP, Taggart FM, Kandala N-B, Currie A, Peile E, Stranges S & Miller MA. Meta-analysis of short sleep duration and obesity in children and adults. Sleep 2008; 31(5): 619-26
  23. Cappuccio FP & Stranges S. Response to: Gender-specific associations of short sleep duration with prevalent hypertension. Hypertension 2008; 51:e17
  24. Cappuccio FP, Stranges S, Kandala N-B, Miller MA, Taggart FM, Kumari M, Ferrie JE, Shipley MJ, Brunner EJ & Marmot MG. Gender-specific associations of short sleep duration with prevalent and incident hypertension: the Whitehall II Study. Hypertension; 2007: 50: 694-701
  25. Clarke L, Chisholm K, Cappuccio FP, Tang NK, Miller MA, Elahi F, Thompson AD. Sleep disturbances and the At-Risk mental state: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Schizophrenia Research 2021; 227: 81-91.
  26. Currie A & Cappuccio FP. Sleep in children and adolescents: a worrying scenario. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis 2007; 17: 230-2
  27. Ferrie JE, Shipley MJ, Cappuccio FP, Brunner E, Miller MA, Kumari M & Marmot MG. Sleep duration and change in sleep duration: associations with mortality in the Whitehall II cohort. Sleep 2007; 30: 1659-66
  28. Guo Y, Miller MA & Cappuccio FP. Short duration of sleep and incidence of overweight or obesity in Chinese children and adolescents: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis 2021; 31: 363-371.
  29. Kruisbrink M, Robertson W, Ji C, Miller MA, Geleijnse JM, Cappuccio FP. Association of sleep duration and quality with blood lipids: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies. BMJ Open 2017; 7: e018585
  30. Leng Y, Wainwright NWJ, Cappuccio FP, Surtees PG, Luben R, Wareham N, Brayne C, Khaw K-T. Self-reported sleep patterning in a British population cohort. Sleep Medicine 2014; 15: 295-302
  31. Leng Y, Wainwright NWJ, Cappuccio FP, Surtees PG, Hayat S, Luben R, Brayne C & Khaw K-T. Daytime napping and 13-year mortality in a British population-based cohort. Am J Epidemiol 2014; 179(9):1115-24
  32. Leng Y, Ahmadi-Abhari S, Wainwright NWJ, Cappuccio FP, Surtees PG, Luben R, Brayne C & Khaw K-T. Daytime napping, sleep duration and serum C-reactive protein: a population-based cohort study. BMJ Open 2014; 4: e006071
  33. Leng Y, Cappuccio FP, Wainwright NWJ, Surtees PG, Luben R, Brayne C & Khaw K-T. Sleep duration and riskof fatal and non-fatal stroke: a prospective study and meta-analysis. Neurology 2015; 84: 1072-9 (read also Editorial)
  34. Leng Y, Cappuccio FP, Surtees PG, Luben R, Brayne C & Khaw K-T. Daytime napping, sleep duration and increased 8-year risk of type 2 diabetes in a British population. Nutr Met Cardiovasc Dis 2016; 26: 995-1003

  35. Leng Y, Wainwright NWJ, Cappuccio FP, Surtees PG, Hayat S, Luben R, Brayne C, Khaw K-T. Daytime napping and increased risk of incident respiratory diseases: symptom, marker or risk factor? Sleep Medicine 2016; 23: 12-5

  36. Leng Y, Musiek ES, Hu K, Cappuccio FP, Yaffe K. Association between circadian rhythms and neurodegenerative diseases. Lancet Neurology 2019; 18: 307-318
  37. Miller MA & Cappuccio FP. Inflammation, sleep, obesity and cardiovascular disease. Curr Vasc Pharm 2007; 5: 93-102
  38. Miller MA, Kandala N-B, Kivimaki M, Kumari M, Brunner EJ, Lowe GDO, Marmot MG & Cappuccio FP. Gender differences in the cross-sectional relationships between sleep duration and markers of inflammation: Whitehall II study. Sleep 2009; 32(7): 857-64
  39. Miller MA, Kandala N-B, Kumari M, Marmot MG & Cappuccio FP. Relationships between sleep duration and von Willebrand factor, factor VII and fibrinogen: Whitehall II study. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 2010;30: 2032-8
  40. Miller MA & Cappuccio FP. Chapter 11: Sleep, inflammation and disease. In: Sleep Epidemiology: from aetiology to public health. FP Cappuccio, MA Miller, SW Lockley eds. Oxford University Press, 2010; pp. 239-268
  41. Miller MA & Cappuccio FP. Chapter 21. Sleep, hypertension and diabetes. In: Nutritional and therapeutic interventions of diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Bagchi D & Sreejayan N eds. Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam, Boston, Heidelberg, London, New York, Oxford, Paris, San Diego, San Francisco, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo. 2012; pp.267-78 [ISBN 978-0-12-385083-6]
  42. Miller MA & Cappuccio FP. Chapter 13. Sleep and obesity. In: Obesity: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Prevention. Bagchi D & Preuss HG eds. CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, 2nd Edition, 2012; pp179-190 [ISBN 9780849338021]
  43. Miller MA, Ahuja M & Cappuccio FP. Chapter 18. Sleep and pregnancy: sleep deprivation, sleep disturbed breathing and sleep disorders in pregnancy. In: Sleep disorders. C Idzikowsky ed. INTECH Open Access Publisher, 2012 [ISBN 978-953-51-0293-9]
  44. Miller MA & Cappuccio FP. Sleep quantity and quality and the risk of type-2 diabetes. In: Handbook of Nutrition, Diet and Sleep. VR Preedy, VB Patel & L-A Le eds. Human Health Handbooks n.3, Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2013; pp. 271-278 [ISSN 2212-375X]
  45. Miller MA & Cappuccio FP. Biomarkers of cardiovascular risk in sleep deprived people. J Hum Hypertens 2013; 27: 583-8
  46. Miller MA, Smith G, O’Keeffe A, Cappuccio FP. Chapter 36. Sutained short sleep and risk of obesity. Evidence in children and adults. In: Handbook of Obesity, vol. 1 3rd edn, GA Bray & C Bouchard eds. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis group, Boca Raton, 2014; pp. 397-410.
  47. Miller MA, Wright H, Hough J, Cappuccio FP. Chapter 1. Sleep and cognition. In: Sleep and its disorders affect society. C Idzikowsky ed., InTech Publishers, 2014; pp. 3-28 [ISBN 978-953-51-1725-4]
  48. Miller MA, Wright H, Ji C & Cappuccio FP. Cross-sectional study of sleep quantity and quality and amnestic and non-amnestic cognitive function in an ageing population: the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA). PLOS ONE 2014; 9(6): e100991

  49. Miller MA, Kruisbrink M, Wallace J, Ji C, Cappuccio FP. Sleep duration and incidence of obesity in infants, children and adolescents: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies. Sleep 2018; 41(4): zsy018
  50. Miller MA & Cappuccio FP. Chapter 19. Sleep disturbances, hypertension and type 2 diabetes. In: Nutritional and therapeutic interventions for diabetes and metabolic syndrome. 2nd edition. D. Bagchi & S Nair eds. Elsevier Academic Press (London, San Diego, Cambridge, Oxford), 2018; pp. 235-247.
  51. Miller MA, Bates S, Ji C, Cappuccio FP. Systematic review and meta-analyses of the relationship between short sleep and incidence of obesity and effectiveness of sleep interventions on weight gain in preschool children. Obesity Reviews 2020; 1-22; https://doi.org/10.1111/obr.13113

  52. Miller MA, Cappuccio FP. A systematic review of COVID-19 and obstructive sleep apnoea. Sleep Med RevLink opens in a new window 2021; 55: 101382.
  53. Miller MA & Cappuccio FP. Reply to Hu et al. Significant association of obstructive sleep apnoea with increased risk of fatal COVID-19. Sleep Med Rev 2022; 63: 101625.
  54. Montesinos L, Castaldo R, Cappuccio FP, Pecchia L. Day-to-day variations in sleep quality affect standing balance in healthy adults. Nature Scientific Reports 2018; 8: 17504.
  55. Pigazzani F, Dyar KA, Morant SV, Vetter C, Rogers A, Flynn RWV, Rorie DA, Mackenzie IS, Cappuccio FP, Manfredini R, MacDonald TM. Effect of timed dosing of usual antihypertensives according to patient chronotype on cardiovascular outcomes: the Chronotype sub-study cohort of the Treatment in Morning versus Evening (TIME) study. eClinicalMedicine 2024; 72: 102633.
  56. Sletten TL, Cappuccio FP, Davidson AJ, Van Cauter E, Rajaratnam SMW, Sheer FAJL. Health consequences of circadian disruption. Sleep 2020; 43(1): zsz194.
  57. Stranges S, Dorn JM, Cappuccio FP, Donahue RP, Rafalson LB, Hovey KM, Freudenheim JL, Kandala N-B, Miller MA & Trevisan M. A population-based study of reduced sleep duration and hypertension: the strongest association may be in pre-menopausal women. J Hypertens 2010; 28(5): 896-902
  58. Stranges S, Cappuccio FP, Kandala N-B, Miller MA, Taggart FM, Kumari M, Ferrie JE, Shipley MJ, Brunner E & Marmot MG. Cross-sectional versus prospective associations of sleep duration with changes in relative weight and body fat distribution: the Whitehall II Study. Am J Epidemiol 2008; 167: 321-9
  59. Stranges S, Dorn JM, Shipley MJ, Kandala N-B, Trevisan M, Miller MA, Donahue RP, Hovey KM, Ferrie JE, Marmot MG & Cappuccio FP. Correlates of short and long sleep duration: cross-cultural comparison between UK and US. The Whitehall II Study and the Western New York Health Study. Am J Epidemiol 2008; 168: 1353-64
  60. Tang NKY, Lereya ST, Boulton H, Miller MA, Wolke D & Cappuccio FP. Non-pharmacological treatments of insomnia for people with long-term painful conditions. A systematic review and meta-analysis of the patient-reported outcomes in randomized controlled trials. Sleep 2015; 38(11): 1751-64