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Published on 08.06.16 in Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Availability and Accessibility of Student-Specific Weight Loss Programs and Other Risk Prevention Health Services on College Campuses"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.5166):

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  1. Napolitano MA, Lynch SB, Mavredes M, Shambon B, Posey L. Evaluating an Interactive Digital Intervention for College Weight Gain Prevention. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 2020;
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  2. Bihuniak JD, Bryant T, Kleiman J, Rotondo M, Decoteau J, Haisley S, Monserrate D, Cunningham M, MacKenzie A, Dauz S, Ippolito R, Fernandes N, LaRose JG, Leahey TM. Behavioural weight loss treatment preferences of college students with overweight and obesity. Clinical Obesity 2020;10(1)
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  3. Olfert M, Barr M, Charlier C, Greene G, Zhou W, Colby S. Sex Differences in Lifestyle Behaviors among U.S. College Freshmen. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2019;16(3):482
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  4. Lyzwinski LN, Caffery L, Bambling M, Edirippulige S. The Mindfulness App Trial for Weight, Weight-Related Behaviors, and Stress in University Students: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e12210
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  5. Nathalie Lyzwinski L, Caffery L, Bambling M, Edirippulige S. University Students’ Perspectives on Mindfulness and mHealth: A Qualitative Exploratory Study. American Journal of Health Education 2018;49(6):341
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  6. Napolitano MA, Whiteley JA, Mavredes MN, Faro J, DiPietro L, Hayman LL, Neighbors CJ, Simmens S. Using social media to deliver weight loss programming to young adults: Design and rationale for the Healthy Body Healthy U (HBHU) trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2017;60:1
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