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Sarah E Messiah, Sandy Jiang, Jack Kardys, Eric Hansen, Maria Nardi, Lourdes Forster
Major hindrances to controlling the current childhood obesity epidemic include access to prevention and/or treatment programs that are affordable, provide minimal barriers for participation, and are available to the general public. Moreover, successful childhood obesity prevention efforts will require coordinated partnerships in multiple sectors such as government, health care, school/afterschool, and the community but very few documented sustainable programs currently exist. Effective, community-based health and wellness programs with a focus on maintaining healthy weight via physical activity and healthy eating have the potential to be a powerful referral resource for pediatricians and other healthcare professionals who have young patients who are overweight/obese...
August 8, 2016: World Journal of Clinical Pediatrics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26293568/the-effectiveness-of-mobile-phone-based-care-for-weight-control-in-metabolic-syndrome-patients-randomized-controlled-trial
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Bumjo Oh, Belong Cho, Min Kyu Han, Hochun Choi, Mi Na Lee, Hee-Cheol Kang, Chang Hee Lee, Heeseong Yun, Youngho Kim
BACKGROUND: Overweight and obesity, due to a Westernized diet and lack of exercise, are serious global problems that negatively affect not only personal health, but national economies as well. To solve these problems, preventative-based approaches should be taken rather than medical treatments after the occurrence of disease. The improvement of individual life habits, through continuous care, is thus a paramount, long-term treatment goal. This study describes the effects of ubiquitous health care (uHealth care) or SmartCare services in the treatment of weight loss and obesity...
2015: JMIR MHealth and UHealth
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24737958/a-cloud-based-x73-ubiquitous-mobile-healthcare-system-design-and-implementation
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Zhanlin Ji, Ivan Ganchev, Máirtín O'Droma, Xin Zhang, Xueji Zhang
Based on the user-centric paradigm for next generation networks, this paper describes a ubiquitous mobile healthcare (uHealth) system based on the ISO/IEEE 11073 personal health data (PHD) standards (X73) and cloud computing techniques. A number of design issues associated with the system implementation are outlined. The system includes a middleware on the user side, providing a plug-and-play environment for heterogeneous wireless sensors and mobile terminals utilizing different communication protocols and a distributed "big data" processing subsystem in the cloud...
2014: TheScientificWorldJournal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22259728/u-health-service-for-managing-chronic-disease-a-case-study-on-managing-metabolic-syndrome-in-a-health-center-in-south-korea
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Tae-Min Song, Seewon Ryu, Sang Ho Lee
OBJECTIVES: We were to analyze the effect of managing metabolic syndrome using a u-health service in a health center. METHODS: We collected biometric data from 316 subjects living in a county (gun) in South Korea before and after the introduction of uhealth services in 2010. Analysis was done by contingency table using SPSS and latent growth model using AMOS. RESULTS: We found that regional u-health services affected instance of metabolic syndrome...
December 2011: Healthcare Informatics Research
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