Gender Differences in Nutrition Research
Physical Activity Among Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisTo examine the proportion of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) meeting recommended physical activity guidelines for Americans (PAG) and determine differences in physical activity (PA) by sex and between NHPI and Asians when data are disaggregated.
Intrapersonal and Environmental Barriers to Physical Activity Among Blacks and LatinosTo understand perceived barriers and facilitators to physical activity (PA) among at-risk African American and Hispanic adolescents and adults in a low-income community.
Modeling Parental Influence on Teenagers’ Food Consumption: An Analysis Using the Family Life, Activity, Sun, Health, and Eating (FLASHE) SurveyTo investigate (1) how perceived parental control, perceived parental modeling, and parent–teen co–decision making are associated with teenagers’ consumption of fruits and vegetables as well as sugary drinks and less healthful food; and (2) whether self-efficacy mediates this relationship.
Nutrition Label Use and Its Association With Dietary Quality Among Latinos: The Roles of Poverty and AcculturationTo investigate how acculturation and poverty are independently and jointly associated with the use of the Nutrition Facts panel (nutrition label) and to examine the extent to which nutrition label use moderates the association of poverty and acculturation on dietary quality among Latinos.
Gender Comparison of the Diet Quality and Sources of Food Purchases Made by Urban Primary Household Food PurchasersTo compare food purchasing behaviors and diet quality of foods purchased between men and women who were the primary food purchaser for their households.
Feasibility of Online Nutrition Education in the Workplace: Working Toward Healthy LifestylesDetermination of feasibility of online nutrition education in the federal workplace.
Latino Parents' Perceptions of Physical Activity and Healthy Eating: At the Intersection of Culture, Family, and HealthTo explore Latino parents' perspectives on healthy living and identify strategies to incorporate in a future child obesity intervention.
Health Belief Model Offers Opportunities for Designing Weight Management Interventions for College StudentsIdentify weight-related beliefs of college students and test the predictive power of the Health Belief Model for body mass index (BMI).