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Association of eHealth Literacy With Lifestyle Behaviors in University Students: Questionnaire-Based Cross-Sectional Study

Association of eHealth Literacy With Lifestyle Behaviors in University Students: Questionnaire-Based Cross-Sectional Study

Moreover, an unhealthy lifestyle during university life, including smoking and alcohol use, tends to persist after graduation and is highly likely to create risk of lifestyle-related diseases in later life [3,4].

Saki Tsukahara, Satoshi Yamaguchi, Futaba Igarashi, Reiko Uruma, Naomi Ikuina, Kaori Iwakura, Keisuke Koizumi, Yasunori Sato

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(6):e18155


Awareness Development and Usage of Mobile Health Technology Among Individuals With Hypertension in a Rural Community of Bangladesh: Randomized Controlled Trial

Awareness Development and Usage of Mobile Health Technology Among Individuals With Hypertension in a Rural Community of Bangladesh: Randomized Controlled Trial

A recent report suggested that 18% or 12 million adults aged 25 years or older suffer from HTN in Bangladesh [7].The risk factors for developing HTN are more salt intake, sedentary lifestyle, excess weight, unhealthy diet, tobacco consumption, and chronic stress

Yasmin Jahan, Md Moshiur Rahman, Abu S G Faruque, Mohammod Jobayer Chisti, Kana Kazawa, Ryota Matsuyama, Michiko Moriyama

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(12):e19137


A Mobile Phone App Designed to Support Weight Loss Maintenance and Well-Being (MotiMate): Randomized Controlled Trial

A Mobile Phone App Designed to Support Weight Loss Maintenance and Well-Being (MotiMate): Randomized Controlled Trial

There were minimal differences observed in lifestyle behaviors and other subjective well-being constructs.Weight ManagementMost participants maintained their weight regardless of app condition over 24 weeks, with more than half remaining within 2% of their

Emily Brindal, Gilly A Hendrie, Jill Freyne, Manny Noakes

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(9):e12882


Technology-Assisted Self-Monitoring of Lifestyle Behaviors and Health Indicators in Diabetes: Qualitative Study

Technology-Assisted Self-Monitoring of Lifestyle Behaviors and Health Indicators in Diabetes: Qualitative Study

behaviors; (5) positive lifestyle change; (6) barriers of engaging in healthy lifestyle behaviors; (7) learning curve; and (8) monitored data sharing.

Yan Du, Brittany Dennis, Shanae Lakel Rhodes, Michelle Sia, Jisook Ko, Rozmin Jiwani, Jing Wang

JMIR Diabetes 2020;5(3):e21183


Evaluation of a Web-Based Self-Management Program for Patients With Cardiovascular Disease: Explorative Randomized Controlled Trial

Evaluation of a Web-Based Self-Management Program for Patients With Cardiovascular Disease: Explorative Randomized Controlled Trial

Prevention of secondary CVD events can be influenced by focusing on the interaction of behavioral risk factors (lifestyle components), metabolic risk factors (hypertension, high blood glucose levels, raised blood lipids, and overweight), and other risk factors

Marscha M Engelen, Sandra van Dulmen, Saskia Puijk-Hekman, Hester Vermeulen, Maria WG Nijhuis-van der Sanden, Sebastian JH Bredie, Betsie GI van Gaal

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(7):e17422


A Digital Health Intervention for Weight Management for Latino Families Living in Rural Communities: Perspectives and Lessons Learned During Development

A Digital Health Intervention for Weight Management for Latino Families Living in Rural Communities: Perspectives and Lessons Learned During Development

Our experience and lessons learned can help inform decisions other researchers may face when designing user-centered digital health interventions to engage underserved populations in the uptake of healthy lifestyle and disease management skills.Overview of

Zenong Yin, Vanessa L Errisuriz, Martin Evans, Devasena Inupakutika, Sahak Kaghyan, Shiyu Li, Laura Esparza, David Akopian, Deborah Parra-Medina

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(8):e20679


 The Effect of Smartphone App–Based Interventions for Patients With Hypertension: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

The Effect of Smartphone App–Based Interventions for Patients With Hypertension: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Lifestyle changes such as dietary sodium restriction, weight loss, and aerobic exercise can substantially decrease blood pressure [7].

Hongxuan Xu, Huanyu Long

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(10):e21759