Projecting the impact of a nationwide school plain water access intervention on childhood obesity: a cost-benefit analysis.

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OBJECTIVE This study aimed to project the societal cost and benefit of an expansion of a water access intervention that promotes lunchtime plain water consumption by placing water dispensers in New York school cafeterias to all schools nationwide. METHODS A decision model was constructed to simulate two events under Markov chain processes - placing water… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/ijpo.12236

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@article{An2017ProjectingTI, title={Projecting the impact of a nationwide school plain water access intervention on childhood obesity: a cost-benefit analysis.}, author={Ruopeng An and H C Xue and Larry Wang and Y Wang}, journal={Pediatric obesity}, year={2017} }