Tracking of maternal self-efficacy for limiting young children’s television viewing and associations with children’s television viewing time: a longitudinal analysis over 15-months
Jill A Hnatiuk, Jo Salmon, Karen Campbell, Nicola Ridgers, Kylie Hesketh
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:517 (30 May 2015)
Interventions to increase and maintain maternal self-efficacy for limiting children’s television viewing time may result in lower rates of this behavior amongst toddlers and may be particularly relevant for mothers of children with difficult temperaments.
Energy expenditure during common sitting and standing tasks: examining the 1.5 MET definition of sedentary behaviour
Maedeh Mansoubi, Natalie Pearson, Stacy A Clemes, Stuart Biddle, Danielle H Bodicoat, Keith Tolfrey, Charlotte L Edwardson, Thomas Yates
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:516 (29 May 2015)
Some common sitting behaviors such as typing appear to have an energy expenditure above the 1.5 MET definition of sedentary behavior, suggesting that these are actually defined as non-sedentary in a large proportion of the population.
Parental smoking and child poverty in the UK: an analysis of national survey data
Charmaine Belvin, John Britton, John Holmes, Tessa Langley
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:507 (29 May 2015)
Parental smoking exacerbates poverty for a large proportion of children in the UK, suggesting tobacco control interventions which effectively enable low income smokers to quit can play an important role in reducing the financial burden of child poverty.
Students’ perspectives on promoting healthful food choices from campus vending machines: a qualitative interview study
Habiba Ali, Amjad Jarrar, Mostafa Abo-El-Enen, Mariam Al Shamsi, Huda Al Ashqar
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:512 (28 May 2015)
Using new technologies to promote weight management: a randomised controlled trial study protocol
Monica Jane, Jonathan Foster, Martin Hagger, Sebely Pal
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:509 (27 May 2015)
A randomized, home-based, childhood obesity intervention delivered by patient navigators
Lourdes Yun, Richard Boles, Matthew Haemer, Shanna Knierim, L. Dickinson, Heather Mancinas, Simon Hambidge, Arthur Davidson
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:506 (23 May 2015)
How can we strengthen students’ social relations in order to reduce school dropout? An intervention development study within four Danish vocational schools
Liselotte Ingholt, Betina Sørensen, Susan Andersen, Line Zinckernagel, Teresa Friis-Holmberg, Vibeke Frank, Christiane Stock, Tine Tjørnhøj-Thomsen, Morten Rod
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:502 (22 May 2015)
Developing the Moti-4 intervention, assessing its feasibility and pilot testing its effectiveness
Hans Dupont, Paul Lemmens, Gerald Adriana, Dike van de Mheen, Nanne de Vries
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:500 (21 May 2015)
Dietary behaviour and parental socioeconomic position among adolescents: the German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Children and Adolescents 2003–2006 (KiGGS)
Jonas Finger, Gianni Varnaccia, Thorkild Tylleskär, Thomas Lampert, Gert Mensink
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:498 (19 May 2015)
Are associations between electronic media use and BMI different across levels of physical activity?
Ole Melkevik, Ellen Haug, Mette Rasmussen, Anne Fismen, Bente Wold, Alberto Borraccino, Erik Sigmund, Robert Balazsi, Jens Bucksch, Jo Inchley, Margarida de Matos, Oddrun Samdal
BMC Public Health 2015, 15:497 (19 May 2015)