Here is a list of recently published studies on media and health covering a range of topics:
Elliott, C. (2008). Assessing ‘fun foods’: nutritional content and analysis of supermarket foods targeted at children. Obes Rev, 9(4), 368-77.
Halford, J. et al. (2008). Beyond-brand effect of television food advertisements on food choice in children: The effects of weight status. Public Health Nutrition, 11(9), 897-904.
Kamtsios, S. & Digelidis, N. (2008).
Physical activity levels, exercise attitudes, self-perceptions and BMI
type of 11 to 12-year-old children. J Child Health Care, 12(3),
Morgan, M. et al. (2008). A content analysis of children’s television advertising: Focus on food and oral health. Public Health Nutrition, August 1, 1-8.
Singh, G. K. et al. (2008). High levels of physical inactivity and sedentary behaviors among US immigrant children and adolescents. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med, 162(8), 756-763.
Tanner, A. et al.
(2008). Using student-produced media to promote healthy eating: A pilot
study on the effects of a media and nutrition intervention . Science Communication, 30(1), 108-125.
Xu, F. et al.
(2008). Associations of television viewing time with excess body weight
among urban and rural high-school students in regional mainland China. Public Health Nutrition, 11(9), 891-896.
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