jama behavior interventions

JAMA paper reinforces need for behavior change interventions

In a recent piece published in JAMA by Pagoto & Appelhans, the authors stress the importance of investing in health behavior change and adherence interventions. They report that far too much money is invested in examining what is the ideal diet for weight loss and weight management that are not helping solve the problem of[…]

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European Obesity Forum

Prof. Suggs invited to speak at the upcoming European Obesity Forum about using social media to promote healthy lifestyle behaviors. The talk entitled “Small bytes for big appetites: Talking about Healthy Lifestyles in a Social Media World” will focus on the practice, research and implications of a social media environment to promote healthy lifestyle behaviors[…]