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Preventive Medicine: “ Daily movement patterns and biological markers among adults in the United States.”
CDC: “Youth Physical Activity Guidelines Toolkit,” “Overcoming Barriers to Physical Activity.”
American College of Sports Medicine: “Physical Activity in Children and Adolescents.”
Monica Auslander Moreno, RD, LD/N, adjunct professor of nutrition, University of Miami; dietitian to the Miami Marlins.
Tim Church, MD, PhD, professor of preventative medicine, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University.
Public Health Nutrition: “ Is cooking at home associated with better diet quality or weight-loss intention?”
American Journal of Preventive Medicine: “Cooking at Home: A Strategy to Comply With U.S. Dietary Guidelines at No Extra Cost.”
PLOS One : “Twelve Weeks of Sprint Interval Training Improves Indices of Cardiometabolic Health Similar to Traditional Endurance Training despite a Five-Fold Lower Exercise Volume and Time Commitment.”
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development: “Key Findings: United States.”
Journal of Marriage and Family : “Does the Amount of Time Mothers Spend With Children or Adolescents Matter?”
Sleep: “A Nightly Bedtime Routine: Impact on Sleep in Young Children and Maternal Mood,” “Bedtime Routines for Young Children: A Dose-Dependent Association with Sleep Outcomes.”
National Sleep Foundation: “Healthy Sleep Tips.”
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: “Make exercise a daily habit—10 tips.”
American Journal of Health Behavior : “Work Hours and Perceived Time Barriers to Healthful Eating Among Young Adults.”
Journal of Marketing Research: “Pressed for Time? Goal Conflict Shapes How Time Is Perceived, Spent, and Valued.”
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center: “Small changes in diet, exercise lead to big results, even if you’re busy.”
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