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The Effect of Menu Labels on Calories Ordered in Hispanics

Most studies on menu labels have been conducted in mostly non-Hispanic white individuals, and how menu labels affect calories and macronutrients ordered in Hispanics is not clearly understood. This study evaluated the impact of menu labels on calories and macronutrients ordered in Hispanics.


Effects of Sugary Drink Warning Labels on Parent Choices

Sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) are a significant contributor to adult and childhood obesity. Policies to place health warning labels on sugar-sweetened beverages are being pursued, but there is little empirical data on how such labels influence people. The proposed research will evaluate the impact of different types of sugar-sweetened beverage warning labels relative to standard calorie labels on the purchasing and consumption behaviors of parents and children.

Testing the Influence of Different Sugary Drink Warning Label Designs

The aim of this study is to compare different sugary drink labels to see which most influence knowledge, beliefs, purchase intentions and choices. Parents of children ages 6-11 will shop in a virtual convenience store after being randomized to 1 of 4 conditions: 1) calorie labels; 2) text warning labels; 3) graphic sugar warning labels; or 4) graphic health warning. This study will provide data comparing the influence of sugary drink text warning labels and two kinds of graphic...


A Randomized-controlled Experiment of Sugary Drink Warning Labels

The primary objective of this study is to determine to what degree sugary drink warning labels increase consumers' knowledge about the potential health harms of sugary drinks and reduce sugary drink intake. The study is designed to answer three additional questions: 1) Do some warning labels work better than others? 2) What is the effect of warning labels over time? 3) If warning labels influence behavior, is it because they increase knowledge or simply provide a salient remind...

Sugar Sweetened Beverage Labeling Support

This is an online survey assessing consumer support for different labeling policies related to sugar sweetened beverages. The investigators will present consumers with three labels that are being considered for sugar sweetened beverages: a calorie label, a text warning label that says "Warning drinking beverages with added sugar(s) can lead to health problems like obesity, diabetes and tooth decay" and a graphic warning label that includes graphic images to correspond with each...

The Effect of Shelf Nutrition Labels on Purchases

NuVal® shelf nutrition labels rate the nutritional quality of foods on a scale of 1 (worst) to 100 (best). In 2014, NuVal updated their nutrient profiling system which changed the NuVal score on many foods. The investigators took advantage of this "natural experiment" to assess the extent to which a change in the NuVal score at a grocery chain influenced yogurt purchases, a category with a wide range of more and less healthy alternatives. The investigators supplemented the ret...

Do Warning Labels Decrease Soda Purchasing?

Investigators will run a field study evaluating the impact different labels have on the purchasing of sugar sweetened beverages. This field study will take place in a hospital cafeteria.

Improving Prescription Drug Warning Labels

Prior studies have documented a high prevalence of patients misunderstanding prescription drug warning labels, placing them at risk for medication error. We sought to evaluate the effectiveness of 'enhanced print' drug warnings to improve patient comprehension beyond a current standard.A three-arm, controlled clinical trial was conducted. Patients were assigned to receive 1) current standard drug warning labels on prescription containers (standard), 2) 'enhanced' drug warnings...

Pictorial Warning Labels and Memory for Cigarette Health-risk Information Over Time

Pictorial cigarette warning labels (PWLs) are thought to increase risk knowledge, but experimental research has not examined PWLs' longer term effects on memory for health risks. This trial tests memory for health risks immediately or after a six-week delay for US-representative adult smokers, US-representative teen smokers/vulnerable smokers, and Appalachian-representative adult smokers. In addition, the trial tests the effects of different warning label components and the con...

Front of Pack Nutritional Labeling of Processed Foods Among Mexican Consumers

The effect of three front of pack (FOP) labeling schemes (Mexican Guideline Daily Amounts (GDA), Ecuador's Multiple Traffic Light (MTL) and Chilean Warning Labels (WL) in red) on purchasing intentions was evaluated using a randomized experiment of an online shopping simulation. The study employed an online grocery store developed for this purpose to simulate a shopping situation.

Preventing Non-communicable Diseases in Guatemala Through Sugary Drink Reduction

Sugar-sweetened beverages are a significant contributor to adult and childhood obesity in Guatemala. Policies to place health warning labels on sugar-sweetened beverages are being pursued, but there is little empirical data on how such labels influence people. The primary aim of this study is to test the association between sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) warning posters compared to control posters and change in SSBs purchased compared to baseline by adolescents shopping at scho...

Effect of Cigarette Pack Warnings and Packaging Among Young Adult Smokers

The objective of this study is to examine whether cigarette packaging regulations including graphic health warning labels on cigarette packs and requiring plain, unbranded packaging reduce the appeal of cigarettes and prompt young adult smokers to quit.

Consumer Perceptions of Milk Beverages

The objectives of this study are to: 1. Investigate and describe perceptions of nutrient content, including calories, of plant-based milks and dairy milks without food labels (ie., no Ingredient or Nutrition Facts label) and how this impacts consumption choice. 2. Determine understanding of nutrient content, including calories, of plant-based milks and dairy milks after given access to food labels (ie., Ingredient or Nutrition Facts label) and ho...

Pictorial Warning Labels and Memory for Relative and Absolute Cigarette Health-risk Information Over Time in Teens

Pictorial cigarette warning labels (PWLs) are thought to increase risk knowledge, but experimental research has not examined PWLs' longer term effects on memory for health risks. In this study, teens who have experimented with smoking or are considered vulnerable to smoking are repeatedly exposed to text-only vs. graphic warning labels paired with numeric risk information. This study will allow us to assess the extent to which reactions to warnings remain consistent over time a...

Pictorial Warning Labels & Memory for Relative & Absolute Cigarette Health-risk Information Over Time in Adult Smokers

Pictorial cigarette warning labels (PWLs) are thought to increase risk knowledge, but experimental research has not examined PWLs' longer term effects on memory for health risks. In this study, adult smokers are repeatedly exposed to text-only vs. low arousal graphic vs. high arousal graphic warning labels paired with numeric risk information. This study will allow the investigators to assess the extent to which reactions to warnings remain consistent over time and influence sm...

Promoting Partnership and Improving Self-Management for Children With Persistent Asthma

The goal of this study is to evaluate a pilot of clinic-based intervention of asthma education. After a scheduled outpatient encounter for well-child care or asthma care has concluded, a pediatric nurse will teach participants (children and their caregivers) about asthma, provide clearly written information about how to manage asthma, and discuss how to manage asthma at home with cooperation between caregivers and children. Families will also receive current asthma prescription...

Online Experimental Supermarket

Front-Of-Pack (FOP) nutrition labelling, providing simplified information on nutritional content at a glance, in order to help consumer make informed choices, has been identified as of major interest by public health specialists of many countries. French health authorities are currently considering the endorsement of a FOP nutrition label, but no specific format has yet been determined. A more simplified FOP nutrition label has been put forward in France, the 5-Colour Nutrition...

Pictorial Warning Labels, Numeracy, and Memory for Numeric Cigarette Health-risk Information Over Time

Pictorial cigarette warning labels (PWLs) are thought to increase risk knowledge, but experimental research has not examined PWLs' longer term effects on memory for health risks, or for numeric risks (e.g., percentage risk for developing lung cancer). This trial tests memory for numeric health risks immediately or after a six-week delay for US adult smokers. In addition, the trial tests the effects of different warning label components (e.g., whether the numeric risks are perce...

INCLUDE: Using Lived Experience to Improve Mental Health Diagnosis v1

The focus of this study is not about what it is like to have a mental disorder, but instead the diagnostic experience. Some people find diagnoses helpful, but some find them upsetting and harmful. Research is therefore needed to improve diagnostic processes. It has been suggested that patient experiences and outcomes may be affected by the diagnostic tools used, including diagnostic criteria, labels and language. In the NHS, the tool used by doctors to help diagnose people ...

The Effect of Providing Stratification of Low Risk Penicillin Allergies on Penicillin Allergy Label Removal

Currently it is estimated that at least 25 million people in the United States are labeled as penicillin allergic although less than 1.5 million of these are truly allergic. Although combined skin testing and oral challenge is an evidence-based de-labeling strategy the high burden of penicillin allergy labels means these services are available only through specialty allergy practices. There is therefore a need to provide evidence for alternative penicillin de-labeling strategie...

Effect of Providing Stratification of Low Risk Penicillin Allergies on Penicillin Allergy Label Removal in ICU Setting

Currently it is estimated that at least 25 million people in the United States are labeled as penicillin allergic although less than 1.5 million of these are truly allergic. Although combined skin testing and oral challenge is an evidence-based de-labeling strategy the high burden of penicillin allergy labels means these services are available only through specialty allergy practices. There is therefore a need to provide evidence for alternative penicillin de-labeling strategie...

Promoting Safe Use of Children's Cough/Cold Medicines

This study seeks to identify ways to help parents safely use cough/cold medications with their children. The study focuses on 3 key tasks that have been found to be difficult for parents: 1) decision-making about whether medicines should be given based on a child's age, 2) use of active ingredient information to determine which medications are safe to give together, and 3) medication dosing. Specific ways that labels and dosing tools can be changed to improve parent understand...

The Effect of Food Labelling and Satiety on Individuals Food Choice

Previous research has shown that nutritional knowledge is a key indicator in healthy eating choices, but real-life examinations of the associations between both nutritional knowledge and state of hunger and satiety on individuals' food choice of healthy vs unhealthy snacks is limited (Drichoutis, Lazaridis, & Nayga, 2005; Grunert, Wills, & Fernandez-Celemin, 2010; Nayga, 2000; Petrovici, Fearne, Nayga, & Drolias, 2012; Soederberg Miller & Cassady, 2015; Viola, Bianchi, Croce, &...

Child Friendly Menu Labelling and Food Choices

Childhood obesity is a major problem in Canada. Children are eating larger portions and have easier access to high-fat, high-sugar foods and drinks. Menu labelling is a promising tool to teach families about healthier choices. We will study the impact of combining child-friendly superhero food labels, fun food names, and a traffic light system on the food choices of children and their parents at SickKids. We will use the hospital inpatient food ordering system (Meal Train) and ...

Promoting Healthier Food Purchases By Leveraging the Online-Grocery Environment

Rationale: Online-grocery shopping is predicted to be one of the "hottest" food trends of 2014, as national retailers such as Amazon, as well as start-up companies, venture into the e- commerce grocery sector. Importantly, the online-grocery environment could be uniquely manipulated to promote healthier food purchasing and help with weight control. Since consumers tend to choose items listed first on menus and buffet lines, the order of food products displayed on the grocer's w...


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