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Feeding and Eating Disorders
Making healthy eating and physical activity policy practice: the design and overview of a group randomized controlled trial in afterschool programs.
Strategies to Increase After-School Program Staff Skills to Promote Healthy Eating and Physical Activity.
Making healthy eating and physical activity policy practice: process evaluation of a group randomized controlled intervention in afterschool programs.
Making Healthy Eating Policy Practice: A Group Randomized Controlled Trial on Changes in Snack Quality, Costs, and Consumption in After-School Programs.
Compliance With the Healthy Eating Standards in YMCA After-School Programs.
Identifying Strategies Programs Adopt to Meet Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Standards in Afterschool Programs.
First year physical activity findings from turn up the HEAT (Healthy Eating and Activity Time) in summer day camps.
Two-Year Healthy Eating Outcomes: An RCT in Afterschool Programs.
Associations among Screen Time and Unhealthy Behaviors, Academic Performance, and Well-Being in Chinese Adolescents.
Economic evaluation of a group randomized controlled trial on healthy eating and physical activity in afterschool programs.
Body Weight Misperception and Its Association with Unhealthy Eating Behaviors among Adolescents in China.
The application of mHealth to monitor implementation of best practices to support healthy eating and physical activity in afterschool programs.
Eating Frequency Is Not Associated with Obesity in Chinese Adults.
A Clinical Trial to Increase Self-Monitoring of Physical Activity and Eating Behaviors Among Adolescents: Protocol for the ImPACT Feasibility Study.
Perceived Parental Attitudes Are Indirectly Associated with Consumption of Junk Foods and Sugar-Sweetened Beverages among Chinese Adolescents through Home Food Environment and Autonomous Motivation: A Path Analysis.