Mobile health, exercise and metabolic risk: a randomized controlled trial.

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Oct 24, 2014

BACKGROUND: It was hypothesized that a mobile health (mHealth) intervention would elicit greater improvements in systolic blood pressure and other cardiometabolic risk factors at 12 weeks, which would be better maintained over 52 weeks, compared to the active control intervention.

Exposure to pro-smoking media in college students: does type of media channel differentially contribute to smoking risk?

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May 02, 2013

BACKGROUND: There are almost no data on whether the different channels through which pro-smoking media appear (i.e., point-of-sale advertising, movie smoking) differently influence smoking.

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Telemetry as a new concept in long term monitoring of SIDS-risk infant.

Publication Date: 
Feb 17, 2000

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the most frequent cause of infant death within the period of 2 to 12 months in western countries.

Momentary effects of exposure to prosmoking media on college students' future smoking risk.

Publication Date: 
Jul 10, 2012

OBJECTIVE: This study used ecological momentary assessment to examine acute changes in college students' future smoking risk as a function of their exposure to prosmoking media (e.g., smoking in movies, paid advertising, point-of-sale displays).

Effects of text messaged self-monitoring on class attendance and punctuality of at-risk college student athletes.

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Mar 09, 2012

This study examined the effects of text messaging class arrival to an academic counselor on the attendance and punctuality of 4 college student athletes. Each participant had a history of class tardiness and was considered to be at risk for academic failure.

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