Out-of-school interventions for engaging youth in healthy eating and physical activity: A systematic review
Over the past three decades, obesity rates have skyrocketed, especially for children. As the prevalence of obesity continues to rise, age-appropriate interventions to increase child health are critical. With larger demands placed on schools, alternative venues, such as the out-of-school time, holds a considerable promise for increasing physical activity levels, healthy eating behavior and self-efficacy in children.^
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Ackerman, Amanda Kari, "Out-of-school interventions for engaging youth in healthy eating and physical activity: A systematic review" (2014). Texas Medical Center Dissertations (via ProQuest). AAI1569929.