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Published on 12.06.14 in Vol 16, No 6 (2014): June

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Works citing "Effectiveness of a Web- and Mobile Phone-Based Intervention to Promote Physical Activity and Healthy Eating in Middle-Aged Males: Randomized Controlled Trial of the ManUp Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3107):

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  1. Caperchione CM, Duncan MJ, Rosenkranz RR, Vandelanotte C, Van Itallie AK, Savage TN, Hooker C, Maeder AJ, Mummery WK, Kolt GS. Recruitment, screening, and baseline participant characteristics in the WALK 2.0 study: A randomized controlled trial using web 2.0 applications to promote physical activity. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications 2016;2:25
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  3. McManus DD, Saczynski JS, Lessard D, Waring ME, Allison J, Parish DC, Goldberg RJ, Ash A, Kiefe CI. Reliability of Predicting Early Hospital Readmission After Discharge for an Acute Coronary Syndrome Using Claims-Based Data. The American Journal of Cardiology 2016;117(4):501
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  4. Maher C, Ryan J, Kernot J, Podsiadly J, Keenihan S. Social media and applications to health behavior. Current Opinion in Psychology 2016;9:50
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  5. Urrea B, Misra S, Plante TB, Kelli HM, Misra S, Blaha MJ, Martin SS. Mobile Health Initiatives to Improve Outcomes in Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease. Current Treatment Options in Cardiovascular Medicine 2015;17(12)
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  6. Forbes CC, Blanchard CM, Mummery WK, Courneya KS. Feasibility and Preliminary Efficacy of an Online Intervention to Increase Physical Activity in Nova Scotian Cancer Survivors: A Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Cancer 2015;1(2):e12
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  7. Vandelanotte C, Maher CA. Why We Need More Than Just Randomized Controlled Trials to Establish the Effectiveness of Online Social Networks for Health Behavior Change. American Journal of Health Promotion 2015;30(2):74
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  8. Rosa C, Campbell AN, Miele GM, Brunner M, Winstanley EL. Using e-technologies in clinical trials. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2015;45:41
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  9. Caperchione CM, Duncan M, Kolt GS, Vandelanotte C, Rosenkranz RR, Maeder A, Noakes M, Karunanithi M, Mummery WK. Examining an Australian physical activity and nutrition intervention using RE-AIM. Health Promotion International 2015;
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  10. Bottorff JL, Seaton CL, Johnson ST, Caperchione CM, Oliffe JL, More K, Jaffer-Hirji H, Tillotson SM. An Updated Review of Interventions that Include Promotion of Physical Activity for Adult Men. Sports Medicine 2015;45(6):775
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  11. Caperchione CM, Sharp P, Bottorff JL, Stolp S, Oliffe JL, Johnson ST, Jones-Bricker M, Errey S, Christian H, Healy T, Medhurst K, Lamont S. The POWERPLAY workplace physical activity and nutrition intervention for men: Study protocol and baseline characteristics. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2015;44:42
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  12. Michel J, Franco A. Geriatricians and Technology. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 2014;15(12):860
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