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To compare the effectiveness of different combinations of social comparison feedback and financial incentives to increase physical activity.
The aim of this study was to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled clinical trials (RCTs) assessing the influence of physical exercise interventions during pregnancy on some neonatal outcomes.
Researchers examined college students' financial health and other health indicators to determine whether the integration of financial health into undergraduate health courses is justified and justify financial health as the newest dimension of health within the field of health promotion.
To test the effectiveness of an intervention delivered by health professionals outside the school environment to girls identified with issues such as poor body image, low self-esteem, low self-confidence, nonparticipation in sports, or being overweight or underweight.
This study reports correlates in reported use and helpfulness of calorie information, when available, in restaurants on a national scale in the United States for demographic behavioral and health-related conditions.
To investigate how breastfeeding initiation and duration affect the likelihood of being overweight and obese in children aged 2 to 5.
To evaluate the impact of a meditative singing program on the health outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
To determine smoking abstinence rates and predictors of abstinence among college students enrolled in a campus-based Quit & Win contest.
This study aimed to test three factorial structures conceptualizing the processes of change (POC) from the transtheoretical model and to examine the relationships between the POC and stages of change (SOC) among overweight and obese adults.
To examine if employee health literacy (HL) status moderated reach, retention, and weight outcomes in a worksite weight loss program.
Design, implement, and evaluate a 6-week social marketing campaign (SMC) to raise awareness of obesity and increase involvement in type 2 diabetes prevention, nutrition, and fitness programs offered by the Brooklyn Partnership to Drive Down Diabetes (BP3D) in two low-income, urban communities.
To investigate individual- and city-level factors associated with municipal officials' participation in a local land use policy that supports active living.
Create a screening measure of health literacy for use with the Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS).
To assess the association between a variety of sedentary activities and self-reported wellness outcomes to provide a comprehensive perspective for future development of sedentary guidelines for middle-aged and older adults.
The purpose of this study is to: (1) identify characteristics associated with dog owners who walk their dog, (2) describe the frequency and duration of walking the dog, and (3) determine whether dog owners who walk their dog participate in more physical activity than dog owners who do not walk their dog and non-dog owners.