Action For Healthy Kids

• Beech et al. 2003. Child- and Parent-Targeted Interventions: The Memphis GEMS Pilot Study. Ethn. Dis. 13(1 Suppl 1):S40

• CDC. 2003. Physical Activity Levels Among Children Aged 9-13 Years- United States 2002. MMWR 52(33):785

• CDC. 2003. Ten Strategies for Promoting Physical Activity, Healthy Eating, and Tobacco-free Lifestyle Through School Health Programs.

• Kulig et al. 2003. Sexual Activity and Substance Use Among Adolescents by Category of Physical Activity plus Team Sports Participation.
Arch. Pediatr. Adolesc. Med. 157(9):905

• Frenn et al. 2003. Diet and Exercise in Low-income Culturally Diverse Middle School Students. Public Health Nurs. 20(5):361

• Gray et al. 2003. Fitness, Dietary Intake, and Body Mass Index in Urban Native American Youth. J. Am. Diet. Assoc. 103(9):1187

• Harrison et al. 2003. Differences in Behavior, Psychological Factors, and Environmental Factors Associated with Participation in School Sports and other Activities in Adolescence. J. School Health. 73(3):113.

• Neumark-Sztainer et al. 2003. Factors Associated with Changes in Physical Activity: A Cohort Study of Inactive Adolescent Girls. Arch Pediatr. Adolesc. Med. 157(8):803

• Parish et al. 2003. Physical Activity and Situational Motivation in Physical Education: Influence of the Motivational Climate and Perceived Ability.
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• Baranowski et al. 2002. School-based Obesity Prevention: A Blueprint for Taming the Epidemic. Am. J. Health Behav. 26(6):486.

• Boutelle et al. 2002. Weight Control Behaviors Among Obese, Overweight and Nonoverweight Adolescents. J. Ped. Pysch. 27(6):531.

• CDC. 2002 Barriers to Children Walking and Biking to School-United States, 1999. MMWR 51(32):701

• Flynn et al. 2002. Prevention of Sports Injuries in Children.
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• HHS. 2002. Physical Activity Fundamental to Preventing Disease.

• McVey et al. 2002. Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Disordered Eating During Early Adolescence. J. Early. Adolesc. 22(1):75.

• McVey et al. 2002. A Program to Promote Positive Body Image.
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• Schumann et al. 2002. Construct Validity of the Stages of Change of Exercise Adoption for Different Intensities of Physical Activity in Four Samples of Differing Age Groups.
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• Trost et al. 2002. Determinants of Physical Activity in Middle School Children.
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• Wallace et al. 2002. Physical Activity Patterns in Tennessee: Counseling Opportunities for Physicians. Tenn. Med. 95(5):187.

• Boreham et al. 2001. The Physical Activity, Fitness and Health of Children.
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• Dietz et al. 2001. Preventing Obesity in Children and Adolescents.
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• Lustig, RH. 2001. The Neuroendocrinology of Childhood Obesity.
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• CDC. 2000. CDC’s Guidelines for School and Community Programs Promoting Lifelong Physical Activity.

• CDC. 2000. CDC’s Guidelines for School Health Programs Promoting Lifelong Healthy Eating.

• A Report to the President from the Secretary of Health and Human Services and Secretary of Education. 2000. Promoting Better Health for Young People Through Physical Activity and Sports.
• Crooks, D. 2000. Food Consumption, Activity and Overweight Among Elementary School Children in an Appalachian Kentucky Community.
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• CDC. 1999. Best Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs.

• CDC. 1999. Guidelines for School and Community Programs to Prevent Tobacco Use and Addiction.

• Barlow et al. 1999. Prevention of Youth Injuries. J. Natl Med Assoc. 91(10):557

• Crooks, D. 1998. Child Growth and Nutritional Status in a High-poverty Community in Eastern Kentucky. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 112:159

• Hendrickson et al. 1998. Impact of a Theory based Intervention to Increase Bicycle Helmet Use in Low Income Children. Injury Prevention. 4:126

• CDC. 1997. Guidelines for School and Community Programs to Promote Lifelong Physical Activity Among Young People.

• CDC. 1996. Guidelines for School Health Programs to Promote Healthy Eating.

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