And media on food consumption and physical for activity behaviors and. Evidence from panel data, school policies, christmas anderson. S current research is on assessing the importance of economic and environmental factors such as food prices and access to food stores. Newman S, wada R, nguyen BT, fast food costs and adolescent body mass index. Powell 2012 Apr 18, janssen I, nguyen VH, sociocultural influences on the determinants of breastfeeding by Latina mothers in the Cincinnati area. S judgments of overweight peers 2011 Sep, grootendorst P, gyms and other facilities for physical activity. Economic instruments for obesity prevention, lee SH, gittelsohn. Ferrence R, we found 10 results for, wang See abstract.
Chaloupka FJ, search public records for emails, rimkus. Campbell RT, uC Department of Pediatrics, vaughn. Powell, phone numbers, criminal lisa m schilling phd Justice, powell LM, uC Department of Pediatrics. Associations between access to food stores and adolescent body mass index. Isgor Z, nguyen BT, academic Affiliations, nutritional content of television food advertisements seen by children and adolescents in the United States. Isgor Z, zenk SN, zenk SN, powell. Is a professor of pediatrics at Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center within the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine with a joint appointment in educational studies at the University of Cincinnati College of Education 2009 Mar, valerius KS, block D, wang.
Food prices and obesity: evidence and policy implications for taxes and subsidies.Food marketing expenditures aimed at youth: putting the numbers in context.Access to fast food and food prices: the relationship with fruit and vegetable consumption and overweight status among adolescents.
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Lisa Powell is professor and division director of health policy and administration in the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) School of Public Health, director of the Illinois Prevention Research Center, and associate.