Information Technology and Lifestyle: A Systematic Evaluation of Internet and Mobile Interventions for Improving Diet, Physical Activity, Obesity, Tobacco, and Alcohol Use
OPEN Journal of the American Heart Association | 2 Sep 2016
A Afshin, D Babalola, M Mclean, Z Yu, W Ma, CY Chen, M Arabi and D Mozaffarian
Novel interventions are needed to improve lifestyle and prevent noncommunicable diseases, the leading cause of death and disability globally. This study aimed to systematically review, synthesize, and grade scientific evidence on effectiveness of novel information and communication technology to reduce noncommunicable disease risk.
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