Publications

Regular reviews for British Journal of Sports Medicine:

One road to Rome: Exercise

Addiction to Exercise – what distinguishes a healthy level of commitment from exercise addiction?

Fatigue, sport performance and hormones..more on the endocrine system

Sport Endocrinology

Sleep for health and sports performance

From population based norms to personalised medicine: Health, Fitness, Sports Performance

Sport Performance and RED-S, insights from recent Annual Sport and Exercise Medicine and Innovations in Sport and Exercise Nutrition Conferences

Optimal health: including female athletes! Part 1 Bones

Optimal health: including male athletes! Part 2 Relative Energy Deficiency in sports

Young athletes’ optimal health: Part 3 Consequences of Relative Energy Deficiency in sports

Optimising Health, Fitness and Sports Performance for young people

Exercise and fitness in young people – what factors contribute to long term health?

Young people: Neuromuscular skills for Sport Performance

Regular reviews for British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine:

Balance of recovery and adaptation for sports performance

Optimal Health: Including Female Athletes! Part 1 – Bones

Optimal Health: Including Male Athletes! Part 2 – REDs

Optimal Health: Especially Young Athletes! Part 3 – Consequences of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports

Optimal Health: For All Athletes! Part 4 – Mechanisms

Clusters of Athletes – A follow on from RED-S blog series to put forward impact of RED-S on athlete underperformance

Enhancing Sport Performance

Inflammation: Why and How Much? 

Successful Ageing

Teaching module on RED-S for BASEM as CPD for Sports Physicians

Keay N, Frost M, Blake G, Patel R, Fogelman I. The effects of exercise training on bone mineral accumulation: a 3 year prospective study of peripubertal ballet dancers, musical theatre dancers and control girls. Revising for publication.

Keay N. The modifiable factors affecting bone mineral accumulation in girls: the paradoxical effect of exercise on bone. Nutrition Bulletin 2000, vol 25, no 3. 219-222.

Keay N The effects of exercise training on bone mineral accumulation in adolescent girls. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. Vol 15, suppl 1 2000.

R. Dall S. Longobardi C. Ehrnborg N. Keay T. Rosén J. O. L. Jørgensen R. C. Cuneo M. A. Boroujerdi A. Cittadini R. Napoli J. S. Christiansen B. A. Bengtsson L. Sacca R. C. Baxter E. E. Basset P. H. Sönksen The Effect of Four Weeks of Supraphysiological Growth Hormone Administration on the Insulin-Like Growth Factor Axis in Women and Men Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (2000) 85 (11): 4193-4200

Keay N, Logobardi S, Ehrnborg C, Cittadini A, Rosen T, Healy ML, Dall R, Bassett E, Pentecost C, Powrie J, Boroujerdi M, Jorgensen JOL, Sacca L. Growth hormone (GH) effects on bone and collagen turnover in healthy adults and its potential as a marker of GH abuse in sport: a double blind, placebo controlled study. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 85 (4) 1505-1512. 2000.

Keay N, Frost M, Blake G, Patel R, Fogelman I. Study of the factors influencing the accumulation of bone mineral density in girls. Osteoporosis International. 2000 vol 11, suppl 1. S31.

Wallace J, Cuneo R, Keay N, Sonksen P. Responses of markers of bone and collagen turover to exercise, growth hormone (GH) administration and GH withdrawal in trained adult males. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 2000. 85 (1): 124-33.

Keay N. Skeletal changes in dancers. Osteoporosis International 1999 vol 9, no 4, 371.

Keay N. The effects of growth hormone misuse/abuse. Use and abuse of hormonal agents: Sport 1999. Vol 7, no 3, 11-12.

Wallace J, Cuneo R, Baxter R, Orskov H, Keay N, Sonksen P. Responses of the growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like factor axis to exercise, GH administration and GH withdrawal in trained adult males: a potential test for GH abuse in sport. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 1999. 84 (10): 3591-601.

Keay N, Logobardi S, Ehrnborg C, Cittadini A, Rosen T, Healy ML, Dall R, Bassett E, Pentecost C, Powrie J, Boroujerdi M, Jorgensen JOL, Sacca L. Growth hormone (GH) effects on bone and collagen turnover in healthy adults and its potential usefulness as in the detection of GH abuse in sport: a double blind, placebo controlled study. Endocrine Society Conference 1999.

New S, Samuel A, Lowe S, Keay N. Nutrient intake and bone health in ballet dancers and healthy age matched controls: preliminary findings from a longitudinal study on peak bone mass development in adolescent females, Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 1998

Wallace J, Cuneo R, Keay N. Bone markers and growth hormone abuse in athletes. Growth hormone and IGF Research, vol 8: 4: 348.

Cuneo R, Wallace J, Keay N. Use of bone markers to detect growth hormone abuse in sport. Proceedings of Annual Scientific Meeting, Endocrine Society of Australia. August 1998, vol 41, p55.

Keay N, Fogelman I, Blake G. Effects of dance training on development,endocrine status and bone mineral density in young girls.Current Research in Osteoporosis and bone mineral measurement 103, June 1998.

Jenkins P, Taylor L, Keay N. Decreased serum leptin levels in females dancers are affected by menstrual status. Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society. June 1998.

Keay N, Dancing through adolescence. Editorial, British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol 32 no 3 196-7, September 1998.

Keay N, Effects of dance training on development, endocrine status and bone mineral density in young girls, Journal of Endocrinology, November 1997, vol 155, OC15.

Keay N, Fogelman I, Blake G. Bone mineral density in professional female dancers. British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol 31 no2, 143-7, June 1997.

Keay N. Bone mineral density in professional female dancers. IOC World Congress on Sports Sciences. October 1997.

Keay N, Bone Mineral Density in Professional Female Dancers, Journal of Endocrinology, November 1996, volume 151, supplement p5.

Keay N, Bone Mineral Density in Female Dancers, abstract Clinical Science, Volume 91, no1, July 1996, 20p.

Keay N, Dancers, Periods and Osteoporosis, Dancing Times, September 1995, 1187-1189

Keay N, A study of Dancers, Periods and Osteoporosis, Dance Gazette, Issue 3, 1996, 47

Pearson RM , Keay NJ, Medicine and the performing arts. Medical problems of ballet dancers and musicians. Transactions of the Medical Society of London 01 Jan 1988, 105:10-15

Contributions to following books:

Fit to Dance? Report of National inquiry into dancers’ health

Fit to Dance 2 Dance UK

Fit but fragile. National Osteoporosis Society

Bone health and fractures in children. National Osteoporosis Society

Your body your risk. Dance UK

Bare bones – the facts about the silent epidemic: osteoporosis

Strenuous exercise and bone health. The Independent

Breaking Pointe Marie Claire no.153 May 2001