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The aim of the present review was to perform a systematic in-depth review of the best evidence from controlled trial studies that have investigated the effects of nutrition, diet and dietary change(More)
BACKGROUND Socioeconomic inequalities in obesity and associated risk factors for obesity are widening throughout developed countries worldwide. Tackling obesity is high on the public health agenda(More)
The Synchronised Nutrition and Activity Program for Adults (SNAPA™) was developed to address the need for accurate, reliable, feasible, inexpensive and low-burden methods for assessing specific(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the effectiveness of a brief face-to-face health promotion intervention which included a 'pledge' using brief negotiation techniques, compared with standard advice-giving(More)
On page S26, the second paragraph in the left-hand column should read (revised text in bold): ‘In a cohort of American (mainly white and low income) preschool children (n1⁄41345 were participants(More)
The Synchronised Nutrition and Activity Program for Adults (SNAPAe) was developed to address the need for accurate, reliable, feasible, inexpensive and low-burden methods for assessing specific(More)
The Synchronised Nutrition and Activity Program for Adults (SNAPAe) was developed to address the need for accurate, reliable, feasible, inexpensive and low-burden methods for assessing specific(More)
BACKGROUND There is growing evidence of the impact of overweight and obesity on short- and long-term functioning, health and well-being. Internationally, childhood obesity rates continue to rise in(More)