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Effects of aerobic exercise on overweight children's cognitive functioning: a randomized controlled trial.
The study tested the effect of aerobic exercise training on executive function in overweight children. Ninety-four sedentary, overweight but otherwise healthy children (mean age = 9.2 years, bodyExpand
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Development and Validation of a Smartphone Heart Rate Acquisition Application for Health Promotion and Wellness Telehealth Applications
Objective. Current generation smartphones' video camera technologies enable photoplethysmographic (PPG) acquisition and heart rate (HR) measurement. The study objective was to develop an AndroidExpand
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Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Overweight Children's Cognitive Functioning
The study tested the effect of aerobic exercise training on executive function in overweight children. Ninety-four sedentary, overweight but otherwise healthy children (mean age = 9.2 years, bodyExpand
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Hispanic Migrant Farm Workers' Attitudes Toward Mobile Phone-Based Telehealth for Management of Chronic Health Conditions
Background Mobile phone–based interventions present a means of providing high quality health care to hard-to-reach underserved populations. Migrant farm workers (MFWs) are among the most underservedExpand
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Aerobic Exercise and Snoring in Overweight Children: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Objective: To determine whether regular aerobic exercise improves symptoms of sleep‐disordered breathing in overweight children, as has been shown in adults.
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Task switching in overweight children: effects of acute exercise and age.
The short-term after effects of a bout of moderate aerobic exercise were hypothesized to facilitate children's executive functioning as measured by a visual task-switching test. Sixty-nine childrenExpand
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mHealth medication and blood pressure self-management program in Hispanic hypertensives: a proof of concept trial
Patient nonadherence to medication regimens and provider therapeutic inertia (failure to respond in timely manner to clinical data) are two primary contributors to ineffec- tive chronic diseaseExpand
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Technology-enhanced suicide prevention interventions: A systematic review
Objective Suicide prevention is a high priority. Scalable and sustainable interventions for suicide prevention are needed to set the stage for population-level impact. This systematic review exploresExpand
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Photoplethysmograph (PPG) derived heart rate (HR) acquisition using an Android smart phone
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Smart phone OEM camera technology enables PPG measurement of HR. Expand
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Aromatherapy for Preoperative Anxiety: A Pilot Study
Purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate the use of a lavender aromatherapy skin patch on anxiety and vital sign variability during the preoperative period in female patients scheduled forExpand
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