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Published on 10.09.18 in Vol 2, No 2 (2018): Jul-Dec

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Works citing "Adapting a Behavioral Weight Loss Intervention for Delivery via Facebook: A Pilot Series Among Low-Income Postpartum Women"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/formative.9597):

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  1. Shieh C, Khan I, Umoren R. Engagement design in studies on pregnancy and infant health using social media: Systematic review. Preventive Medicine Reports 2020;19:101113
  2. Zerrweck C, Arana S, Calleja C, Rodríguez N, Moreno E, Pantoja JP, Donatini G. Social media, advertising, and internet use among general and bariatric surgeons. Surgical Endoscopy 2020;34(4):1634
  3. Coughlin JW, Martin LM, Henderson J, Dalcin AT, Fountain J, Wang N, Appel LJ, Clark JM, Bennett W. Feasibility and acceptability of a remotely‐delivered behavioural health coaching intervention to limit gestational weight gain. Obesity Science & Practice 2020;
  4. Cavallo DN, Martinez R, Webb Hooper M, Flocke S. Feasibility of a social media-based weight loss intervention designed for low-SES adults. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2020;
  5. Hawks JR, Madanat H, Walsh-Buhi ER, Hartman S, Nara A, Strong D, Anderson C. Narrative review of social media as a research tool for diet and weight loss. Computers in Human Behavior 2020;111:106426
  6. Waring ME, Libby BA, Moore Simas TA, Bracken ML, Bibeau JL, Herrera V, Wang J, Pagoto SL. Delivering a Post-Partum Weight Loss Intervention via Facebook or In-Person Groups: Protocol for a Randomized Feasibility Pilot Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(11):e15530