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Published on 14.07.11 in Vol 13, No 3 (2011): Jul-Sep

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Works citing "Real-Time Social Support Through a Mobile Virtual Community to Improve Healthy Behavior in Overweight and Sedentary Adults: A Focus Group Analysis"

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  27. Aggarwal NK. Applying mobile technologies to mental health service delivery in South Asia. Asian Journal of Psychiatry 2012;5(3):225
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  28. Lieffers JRL, Hanning RM. Dietary Assessment and Self-monitoring: With Nutrition Applications for Mobile Devices. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 2012;73(3):e253
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  29. King DK, Toobert DJ, Portz JD, Strycker LA, Doty A, Martin C, Boggs JM, Faber AJ, Geno CR, Glasgow RE. What patients want: relevant health information technology for diabetes self-management. Health and Technology 2012;2(3):147
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