¡Miranos! (Look at Us! We Are Healthy!) Home-Based and Parent Peer–Led Childhood Obesity Prevention
Journal Article 3/25/2016
Parent interventions for childhood obesity prevention have traditionally experienced low participation rates or used passive methods such as newsletters. In contrast, the ¡Miranos! intervention home-based activities included parent-led face-to-face meetings delivered after school, take-home bags with educational materials, and scavenger hunt games to deliver health information to Head Start families regarding nutrition, physical activity, and healthy growth promotion for their preschooler.
Ten Years of Take 10!
Journal Article 1/1/2011
A comprehensive review of the TAKE 10! program and its impact on health and other outcomes.
Innovative Tools Help Counselors Discuss Childhood Obesity with Parents
Journal Article 1/1/2013
An ongoing assessment of new tools to help WIC counselors better serve their clients with regard to pediatric overweight.
¡Míranos! Look at Us, We Are Healthy!
Journal Article 1/1/2012
This article in Childhood Obesity looks at an environmental approach to early childhood obesity prevention.
Potential Release Scenarios for Carbon Nanotubes Used in Composites
Journal Article 5/23/2013
The expected widespread use of carbon nanotube (CNT)-composites in consumer products calls for an assessment of the possible release and exposure to workers, consumers and the environment. Release of CNTs may occur at all steps in the life cycle of products, but to date only limited information is available about release of CNTs from actual products and articles.
Does Increased Prescribed Exercise Alter Non-Exercise Physical Activity/Energy Expenditure in Health Adults? A Systematic Review
Journal Article 4/3/2014
Prescribed physical activity/exercise training may reduce non-exercise physical activity resulting in no change in total daily energy expenditure and no or minimal exercise-induced weight loss.
Safety Assessment of Food and Feed Derived from GM Crops: Using Problem Formulation to Ensure “Fit for Purpose” Risk Assessments
Journal Article 3/23/2015
GM crops have been commercialised for over 20 years. Every GM crop commercialised has undergone a strict safety assessment to establish their safety for use in food and feed.
Evaluación de inocuidad de alimentos y forrajes derivados de cultivos obtenidos por ingeniería genética: utilización de la formulación de problemas
Journal Article 3/23/2015
Proposed criteria for identifying GE crop plants that pose a low or negligible risk to the environment under conditions of low-level presence in seed
Journal Article 8/26/2015
The low-level presence (LLP) of genetically engineered (GE) seeds that have been approved in the country of origin but not the country of import presents challenges for regulators in both seed importing and exporting countries, as well as for the international seed trade and the farmers who rely on it.
Criterios propuestos para identificar cultivos genéticamente modificados que presentan un riesgo bajo o insignificante para el ambiente en condiciones de baja presencia en semillas
Journal Article 10/30/2015