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Aparicio-Ting FE, Farris M, Courneya KS, Schiller A, Friedenreich CM (2015). Predictors of physical activity at 12 month follow-up after a supervised exercise intervention in postmenopausal women. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12: 55.
Blair SN, Hand GA, Hill JO (2015). Energy balance: a crucial issue for exercise and sports medicine. British Journal of Sports Medicine Online First.
Börnhorst C, Wijnhoven T, Kunešová M, Yngve A, Rito AI, Lissner L, Duleva V, Ausra Petrauskiene, João Breda J (2015). WHO European Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative: associations between sleep duration, screen time and food consumption frequencies. BMC Public Health, 15: 442.
Browning MG, Bean MK, Wickham EP, Stern M, Evans RK (2015). Cardiometabolic and Fitness Improvements in Obese Girls Who Either Gained or Lost Weight during Treatment. The Journal of Pediatrics Articles in Press.
Coghill CL, Valaitis RK, Eyles JD (2015). Built environment interventions aimed at improving physical activity levels in rural Ontario health units: a descriptive qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 15: 464.
Compernolle S, De Cocker K, Abbott G, Verloigne M, Cardon G, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Ball K (2015). Do sedentary behaviors mediate associations between socio-demographic characteristics and BMI in women living in socio-economically disadvantaged neighborhoods? International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12: 48.
Fisher A, Williams K, Beeken R, Wardle J (2015). Recall of physical activity advice was associated with higher levels of physical activity in colorectal cancer patients. BMJ Open, 5: e006853.
Flattum C, Draxten M, Horning M, Fulkerson JA, Neumark-Sztainer D, Garwick A, Kubik MY, Story M (2015). HOME Plus: Program design and implementation of a family-focused, community-based intervention to promote the frequency and healthfulness of family meals, reduce children’s sedentary behavior, and prevent obesity. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12: 53.
Florindo AA, Brownson RC, Mielke GI, Gomes G, Parra DC, Lobelo SF, Simoes EJ, Ramos LR, Bracco MM, Hallal PC (2015). Association of knowledge, preventive counseling and personal health behaviors on physical activity and consumption of fruits or vegetables in community health workers. BMC Public Health, 15: 344.
Friedrich RR, Caetano LC, Schiffner MD, Wagner MB, Schuch I (2015). Design, randomization and methodology of the TriAtiva Program to reduce obesity in school children in Southern Brazil. BMC Public Health, 15: 363.
Ghekiere A, Van Cauwenberg J, Mertens L, Clarys P, de Geus B, Cardon G, Nasar J, Salmon J, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Deforche B (2015). Assessing cycling-friendly environments for children: are micro-environmental factors equally important across different street settings? International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12: 54.
Gokal K, Munir F, Wallis D, Ahmed S, Boiangiu I, Kancherla K (2015). Can physical activity help to maintain cognitive functioning and psychosocial well-being among breast cancer patients treated with chemotherapy? A randomised controlled trial: study protocol. BMC Public Health, 15: 414.
Hardy LL, Hector D, Saleh S, King L (2015). Australian Middle Eastern parents’ perceptions and practices of children's weight-related behaviours: Talking with Parents’ Study. Health & Social Care in the Community Early View.
Haukkala A, Konttinen H, Hankonen N, Perola M, Kääriäinen H, Salomaa V (2015). Genetic causal beliefs about morbidity: associations with health behaviors and health outcome beliefs about behavior changes between 1982–2002 in the Finnish population. BMC Public Health, 15: 389.
Idler N, Teuner CM, Hunger M, Holle R, Ortlieb S, Schulz H, Bauer CP, Hoffmann U, Koletzko S, Lehmann I, von Berg A, Berdel D, Hoffmann B, Schaaf B, Heinrich J, Wolfenstetter SB for the GINIplus and LISAplus Study Groups (2015). The association between physical activity and healthcare costs in children – results from the GINIplus and LISAplus cohort studies. BMC Public Health, 15: 437.
Jansen FM, Prins RG, Etman A, van der Ploeg HP, de Vries SI, van Lenthe FJ, Pierik FH (2015). Physical Activity in Non-Frail and Frail Older Adults. PLoS ONE, 10: e0123168.
Ian Janssen I (2015). Active Play as a Strategy for Preventing Childhood Obesity. Canadian Journal of Diabetes 39, Supplement 1, S6.
Kelly PJ, Baker AL, Deane FP, Callister R, Collins CE, Oldmeadow CJ, Attia JR, Townsend CJ, Ingram I, Byrne G, Keane CA (2015). Study protocol: a stepped wedge cluster randomised controlled trial of a healthy lifestyle intervention for people attending residential substance abuse treatment. BMC Public Health, 15: 465.
Knox E, Taylor IM, Biddle S, Sherar LB (2015). Awareness of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity: can information on guidelines prevent overestimation? BMC Public Health, 15: 392.
Kristjansson AL, Elliott E, Bulger S, Jones E, Taliaferro AR, Neal W (2015). Needs assessment of school and community physical activity opportunities in rural West Virginia: the McDowell CHOICES planning effort. BMC Public Health, 15: 327.
Liao Y, Tsai HH, Wang HS, Lin CP, Wu MC, Chen JF (2015). Traveling by Private Motorized Vehicle and Physical Fitness in Taiwanese Adults. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine OnlineFirst.
Linardakis M, Papadaki A, Smpokos E, Sarri K, Vozikaki M, Philalithis A (2015). Are religiosity and prayer use related with multiple behavioural risk factors for chronic diseases in European adults aged 50+ years? Public Health Articles in Press.
Mansi S, Milosavljevic S, Tumilty S, Hendrick P, Higgs C, Baxter DG (2015). Investigating the effect of a 3-month workplace-based pedometer-driven walking programme on health-related quality of life in meat processing workers: a feasibility study within a randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health, 15: 410.
Marks J, Barnett LM, Strugnell C, Allender S (2015). Changing from primary to secondary school highlights opportunities for school environment interventions aiming to increase physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour: a longitudinal cohort study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12: 59.
Martin A, Fitzsimons C, Jepson R, Saunders DH, van der Ploeg HP, Teixeira PJ, Gray CM, Mutrie N, on behalf of the EuroFIT consortium (2015). Interventions with potential to reduce sedentary time in adults: systematic review and meta-analysis.
British Journal of Sports Medicine Online First.
Miyachi M, Kurita S, Tripette J, Takahara R, Yagi Y, Murakami H (2015). Installation of a stationary high desk in the workplace: effect of a 6-week intervention on physical activity. BMC Public Health, 15: 368.
Mullender-Wijnsma MJ, Hartman E, de Greeff JW, Bosker RJ, Doolaard S, Visscher C (2015). Moderate-to-vigorous physically active academic lessons and academic engagement in children with and without a social disadvantage: a within subject experimental design.
BMC Public Health, 15: 404.
Newton JD, Klein R, Bauman A, Newton FJ, Mahal A, Gilbert K, Piterman L, Ewing MT, Donovan RJ, Smith BJ (2015). The MOVE study: a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial assessing interventions to maximise attendance at physical activity facilities.
BMC Public Health, 15: 403.
Norris E, Shelton N, Dunsmuir S, Duke-Williams O, Stamatakis E (2015). Virtual field trips as physically active lessons for children: a pilot study
. BMC Public Health, 15: 366.
Olstad D, Campbell EJ, Raine KD, Nykiforuk C (2015). A multiple case history and systematic review of adoption, diffusion, implementation and impact of provincial daily physical activity policies in Canadian schools.
BMC Public Health, 15: 385.
Pears S, Morton K, Bijker M, Sutton S, Hardeman W on behalf of the VBI Programme Team (2015). Development and feasibility study of very brief interventions for physical activity in primary care.
BMC Public Health, 15: 333.
Pettman T, Bolton K, Love P, Waters E, Gill T, Whelan J, Boylan S, Armstrong R, Coveney J, Booth S, Swinburn B, Allender S (2015). A snapshot of the scope of obesity prevention practice in Australia.
Health Promotion International Advance Access.
Pimm R, Vandelanotte C, Rhodes RE, Short C, Duncan MJ, Rebar AL (2015). Cue Consistency Associated with Physical Activity Automaticity and Behavior.
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Rauner A, Jekauc D, Mess F, Schmidt S, Woll A (2015). Tracking physical activity in different settings from late childhood to early adulthood in Germany: the MoMo longitudinal study.
BMC Public Health, 15: 391.
Saidj M, Menai M, Charreire H, Weber C, Enaux C, Aadahl M, Kesse-Guyot E, Hercberg S, Simon C, Oppert JM (2015). Descriptive study of sedentary behaviours in 35,444 French working adults: cross-sectional findings from the ACTI-Cités study.
BMC Public Health, 15: 379.
Saimon R, Choo WY, Chang KH, Ng CJ, Bulgiba A (2015). Physical Activity Among Adolescents in an East Malaysian Rural Indigenous Community: Exploring the Influence of Neighborhood Environmental Factors
. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health OnlineFirst.
Scott JJ, Morgan PJ, Plotnikoff RC, Lubans DR (2015). Reliability and validity of a single-item physical activity measure for adolescents.
Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health Early View.
Shimazaki T, Takenaka K (2015). Evaluation of Intervention Reach on a Citywide Health Behavior Change Campaign: Cross-Sectional Study Results.
Health Education and Behaviour Online First.
Stanley RM, Maher C, Dollman J (2015). Modelling the contribution of walking between home and school to daily physical activity in primary age children.
BMC Public Health, 15: 464.
Taveras EM, Marshall R, Kleinman KP, Gillman MW, Hacker K, Horan CM, Smith RL, Price S, Sharifi M, Rifas-Shiman SL, Simon SR (2015). Comparative Effectiveness of Childhood Obesity Interventions in Pediatric Primary Care A Cluster-Randomized Clinical Trial.
JAMA Pediatrics Online First.
Trigwell J, McGee CE, Murphy RC, Porcellato LA, Ussher M, Garnham-Lee K, Knowles ZR, Foweather L (2015). Process evaluation of a sport-for-health intervention to prevent smoking amongst primary school children: SmokeFree Sports.
BMC Public Health, 15: 347.
Tudor-Locke C, Mire EF, Dentro KN, Barreira TV, Schuna JM, Zhao P, Tremblay MS, Standage M, Sarmiento OL, Onywera V, Olds T, Matsudo V, Maia J, Maher C, Lambert EV, Kurpad A, Kuriyan R, Hu G, Fogelholm M, Chaput JP, Church TS, Katzmarzyk, for the ISCOLE Research Group (2015). A model for presenting accelerometer paradata in large studies: ISCOLE.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12: 52.
Vandenberg B, Chapman KE (2015). Call time on alcohol advertising in sport.
Medical Journal of Australia, 202: 361-362.
Van Holle V, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Deforche B, Van Cauwenberg J, Van Dyck D (2015). Assessment of physical activity in older Belgian adults: validity and reliability of an adapted interview version of the long International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ-L).
BMC Public Health, 15: 433.
Vlachopoulos D, Barker AR, Williams CA, Knapp KM, Metcalf BS, Gracia-Marco L (2015). Effect of a program of short bouts of exercise on bone health in adolescents involved in different sports: the PRO-BONE study protocol.
BMC Public Health, 15: 361.
Wen LM, Baur LA, Simpson JM, Xu H, Hayes AJ, Hardy LL, Williams M, Rissel C (2015). Sustainability of Effects of an Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Trial Over Time: A Further 3-Year Follow-up of the Healthy Beginnings Trial.
JAMA Pediatrics Online First.
Yoong SL, Williams CM, Finch M, Wyse R, Jones J, Freund M, Wiggers JH, Nathan N, Dodds P, Wolfenden L (2015). Childcare Service Centers’ Preferences and Intentions to Use a Web-Based Program to Implement Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Policies and Practices: A Cross-Sectional Study
. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 17: e108.
Zahra A, Lee EW, Sun EY, Park JH (2015). Cardiovascular disease and diabetes mortality, and their relation to socio-economical, environmental, and health behavioural factors in worldwide view.
Public Health, 129: 358-395.
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