Browse by Subject "Obesity"
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Long term effects of video and computer game heavy use on health, mental health and education outcomes among adolescents in the U.S. (2014-09-16)Video and computer gaming addiction, also called gaming disorder and pathological gaming, is an emerging behavioral problem for adolescents. Previous studies have investigated the associated negative outcomes of this ...
Priming, social norms, and eating behavior: An investigation of the impact of food advertisements and norms on consumption (2016-04-21)Childhood obesity is a growing problem in the United States. This study used the theories of normative social behavior and priming to better understand how food advertisements and social norms affect the eating behavior ...
Reduced adipose tissue hypoxia as a potential mechanism by which exercise and/or low fat diet reduces inflammation in obese mice (2010-05-19)Recent evidence from our lab suggests that, in high fat diet-induced (HFD, 45% fat) obese mice, moderate exercise, low fat diet (LFD, 10% fat), or their combination results in significant reductions in the visceral adipose ...
To me she is perfect: Perceptions of Self-Body Image among Mexican Kindergarten-aged Children and their Mothers (2016)Obesity is increasingly prevalent in Mexico. Body image proposes a challenge for many obese people, and body image dissatisfaction has been documented as early as elementary school age. Considering Kindergarten-aged children ...
(2012-02-01)The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the largest nutritional assistance program addressing food insecurity in the United States. Due to the program’s reach, SNAP has been called to address other ...