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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2283):

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  1. Lugaresi A, Rottoli MR, Patti F. Fostering adherence to injectable disease-modifying therapies in multiple sclerosis. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics 2014;14(9):1029
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  3. Khokhar B, Jones J, Ronksley PE, Armstrong MJ, Caird J, Rabi D. Effectiveness of mobile electronic devices in weight loss among overweight and obese populations: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Obesity 2014;1(1):22
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  4. Darcy AM, Adler S, Miner A, Lock J. How smartphone applications may be implemented in the treatment of eating disorders: case reports and case series data. Advances in Eating Disorders 2014;2(3):217
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  5. Hundert AS, Huguet A, McGrath PJ, Stinson JN, Wheaton M. Commercially Available Mobile Phone Headache Diary Apps: A Systematic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2014;2(3):e36
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  6. Lewis TL, Wyatt JC. mHealth and Mobile Medical Apps: A Framework to Assess Risk and Promote Safer Use. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(9):e210
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  7. Dutton GR, Laitner MH, Perri MG. Lifestyle Interventions for Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction: A Systematic Review of the Effects of Diet Composition, Food Provision, and Treatment Modality on Weight Loss. Current Atherosclerosis Reports 2014;16(10)
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  9. Lieffers JR, Vance VA, Hanning RM. Use of Mobile Device Applications In Canadian Dietetic Practice. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 2014;75(1):41
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  10. Carter MC, Burley VJ, Cade JE. Handheld Electronic Technology for Weight Loss in Overweight/Obese Adults. Current Obesity Reports 2014;3(3):307
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  11. Sharp DB, Allman-Farinelli M. Feasibility and validity of mobile phones to assess dietary intake. Nutrition 2014;30(11-12):1257
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  12. Chen L, Wang W, Du X, Rao X, van Velthoven M, Yang R, Zhang L, Koepsell J, Li Y, Wu Q, Zhang Y. Effectiveness of a smart phone app on improving immunization of children in rural Sichuan Province, China: study protocol for a paired cluster randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health 2014;14(1):262
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  13. Hutchesson MJ, Rollo ME, Callister R, Collins CE. Self-Monitoring of Dietary Intake by Young Women: Online Food Records Completed on Computer or Smartphone Are as Accurate as Paper-Based Food Records but More Acceptable. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2014;
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  14. Azevedo ARP, de Sousa HML, Monteiro JAF, Lima ARNP. Future perspectives of Smartphone applications for rheumatic diseases self-management. Rheumatology International 2014;
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  15. Cho J, Park D, Lee HE. Cognitive Factors of Using Health Apps: Systematic Analysis of Relationships Among Health Consciousness, Health Information Orientation, eHealth Literacy, and Health App Use Efficacy. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(5):e125
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  16. Stevens J, Berlan ED. Applying Principles from Behavioral Economics To Promote Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive (LARC) Methods. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 2014;46(3):165
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  17. Bert F, Giacometti M, Gualano MR, Siliquini R. Smartphones and Health Promotion: A Review of the Evidence. Journal of Medical Systems 2014;38(1)
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  18. Smith KL, Kerr DA, Fenner AA, Straker LM. Adolescents Just Do Not Know What They Want: A Qualitative Study to Describe Obese Adolescents’ Experiences of Text Messaging to Support Behavior Change Maintenance Post Intervention. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(4):e103
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  19. Barrett MA, Humblet O, Hiatt RA, Adler NE. Big Data and Disease Prevention:From Quantified Self to Quantified Communities. Big Data 2013;1(3):168
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  20. Donker T, Petrie K, Proudfoot J, Clarke J, Birch M, Christensen H. Smartphones for Smarter Delivery of Mental Health Programs: A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(11):e247
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  21. Azar KM, Lesser LI, Laing BY, Stephens J, Aurora MS, Burke LE, Palaniappan LP. Mobile Applications for Weight Management. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2013;45(5):583
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  22. Derbyshire E, Dancey D. Smartphone Medical Applications for Women’s Health: What Is the Evidence-Base and Feedback?. International Journal of Telemedicine and Applications 2013;2013:1
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2283)

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  1. Brizel F. Interdisciplinary Mobile Media and Communications. 2014. chapter 17:305
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