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Published on 02.08.16 in Vol 5, No 3 (2016): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "A Social Media Peer Group Intervention for Mothers to Prevent Obesity and Promote Healthy Growth from Infancy: Development and Pilot Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.5276):

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  1. Dumas A, Lemieux S, Lapointe A, Provencher V, Robitaille J, Desroches S. Effects of an Evidence-Informed Healthy Eating Blog on Dietary Intakes and Food-Related Behaviors of Mothers of Preschool- and School-Aged Children: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2019;
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  3. Williams CB, LaCoursiere DY, Talavera GA, Gahagan S. A Feasibility Study to Promote Optimal Weight in First Time Pregnant Mothers and Their Babies: Lessons Learned in a US-Mexico Border Community. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2019;23(5):578
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  4. Pretorius K, Johnson KE, Rew L. An Integrative Review: Understanding Parental Use of Social Media to Influence Infant and Child Health. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2019;23(10):1360
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  5. Boswell N, Byrne R, Davies PS. Prospects for early childhood feeding interventions: An exploration of parent's concerns and acceptability towards social media intervention opportunities. Nutrition & Dietetics 2019;76(4):444
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  6. Hammersley ML, Okely AD, Batterham MJ, Jones RA. Can Parental Engagement in Social Media Enhance Outcomes of an Online Healthy Lifestyle Program for Preschool-Aged Children?. Health Communication 2019;:1
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  7. Hopkins LC, Fristad M, Goodway JD, Melnyk B, Eneli I, Holloman C, Kennel JA, Webster A, Sharn AR, Gunther C. Feasibility and acceptability of technology-based caregiver engagement strategies delivered in a summertime childhood obesity prevention intervention: results from an internal pilot of the Camp NERF (Nutrition, Education, Recreation, and Fitness) study. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 2018;4(1)
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  8. Santarossa S, Kane D, Senn CY, Woodruff SJ. Exploring the Role of In-Person Components for Online Health Behavior Change Interventions: Can a Digital Person-to-Person Component Suffice?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(4):e144
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  9. Miller AL, Miller SE, Clark KM. Child, Caregiver, Family, and Social-Contextual Factors to Consider when Implementing Parent-Focused Child Feeding Interventions. Current Nutrition Reports 2018;7(4):303
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  10. Kallem S, Gruver RS, Virudachalam S, Fiks AG. Mothers’ Facebook posts about infant health: findings from the Grow2Gether study. BMC Pediatrics 2018;18(1)
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  11. Khajeheian D, Colabi A, Ahmad Kharman Shah N, Bt Wan Mohamed Radzi C, Jenatabadi H. Effect of Social Media on Child Obesity: Application of Structural Equation Modeling with the Taguchi Method. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2018;15(7):1343
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  12. Prout Parks E, Moore RH, Li Z, Bishop-Gilyard CT, Garrett AR, Hill DL, Bruton YP, Sarwer DB. Assessing the Feasibility of a Social Media to Promote Weight Management Engagement in Adolescents with Severe Obesity: Pilot Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(3):e52
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  13. Wald ER, Ewing LJ, Moyer SCL, Eickhoff JC. An Interactive Web-Based Intervention to Achieve Healthy Weight in Young Children. Clinical Pediatrics 2018;57(5):547
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  14. Swindle TM, Jarrett D, McKelvey LM, Whiteside-Mansell L, Conners Edge NA, Kraleti S. Test of a Conceptual Model to Explain Television Exposure of Head Start Children. Clinical Pediatrics 2018;57(8):970
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  15. Skelton KR, Evans R, LaChenaye J, Amsbary J, Wingate M, Talbott L. Exploring Social Media Group Use Among Breastfeeding Mothers: Qualitative Analysis. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018;1(2):e11344
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  16. Ullmann G, Kedia SK, Homayouni R, Akkus C, Schmidt M, Klesges LM, Ward KD. Memphis FitKids: implementing a mobile-friendly web-based application to enhance parents’ participation in improving child health. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1)
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  17. Fiks AG, Gruver RS, Bishop-Gilyard CT, Shults J, Virudachalam S, Suh AW, Gerdes M, Kalra GK, DeRusso PA, Lieberman A, Weng D, Elovitz MA, Berkowitz RI, Power TJ. A Social Media Peer Group for Mothers To Prevent Obesity from Infancy: The Grow2Gether Randomized Trial. Childhood Obesity 2017;13(5):356
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  1. Mörixbauer A, Gruber M, Derndorfer E. Handbuch Ernährungskommunikation. 2019. Chapter 3:43
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