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The effects of experimentally manipulated social status on acute eating behavior: A randomized, crossover pilot study
- M. Cardel, S. Johnson, J. Beck, E. Dhurandhar, D. Allison
- Psychology, Medicine
- Physiology & Behavior
- 1 August 2016
Both subjective and objectively measured social status has been associated with multiple health outcomes, including weight status, but the mechanism for this relationship remains unclear.… Expand
Obesity Treatment Among Adolescents: A Review of Current Evidence and Future Directions.
Importance Obesity in adolescence has reached epidemic proportions around the world, with the prevalence of severe obesity increasing at least 4-fold over the last 35 years. Most youths with obesity… Expand
COVID‐19 Impacts Mental Health Outcomes and Ability/Desire to Participate in Research Among Current Research Participants
This study aimed to examine the impact of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) on current research participants’ mental health outcomes, ability to adhere to behavioral intervention recommendations,… Expand
Treatment of Adolescent Obesity in 2020.
Academic Productivity Differences by Gender and Child Age in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine Faculty During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Background: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most faculty in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEMM) began working from home, including many who were simultaneously caring… Expand
Teach-Back Experience and Hospitalization Risk Among Patients with Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions: a Matched Cohort Study
The teach-back method, also known as the “show-me” method, has been endorsed by many medical and health care societies. However, limited investigation has been conducted regarding its association… Expand
Turning Chutes into Ladders for Women Faculty: A Review and Roadmap for Equity in Academia.
- M. Cardel, E. Dhurandhar, +9 authors Christine Angelini
- Journal of women's health
- 11 February 2020
Despite significant progress in recent decades, the recruitment, advancement, and promotion of women in academia remain low. Women represent a large portion of the talent pool in academia, and… Expand
Preventing a Secondary Epidemic of Lost Early Career Scientists. Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on Women with Children
Michelle I. Cardel, Natalie Dean, and Diana Montoya-Williams Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics, and Pediatrics, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, Florida;… Expand
Accuracy of weight loss information in Spanish search engine results on the internet
To systematically assess the quality of online information related to weight loss that Spanish speakers in the U.S. are likely to access.
Diet quality and dental caries in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos.
- A. Sanders, M. Cardel, +4 authors D. Sotres-Alvarez
- Journal of public health dentistry
- 7 February 2020
OBJECTIVES Fermentable carbohydrate is universally recognized as the major dietary risk factor for dental caries. We assessed the broader relationship between diet quality and dental caries in a… Expand