Where’s a dietitian when you need one the most? The e-Care for Heart Wellness study– which tested ways to help patients lower their blood pressure and risk for heart-disease and stroke–sought to solve this common need.
Research-proven treatments for childhood and adolescent obesity exist, but they rely on regular one-on-one meetings with a trained health coach. These “behavioral” treatments are seldom available outside of research studies in specialty medical centers.
Graphic data displays, like on a Fitbit app, are meant to motivate patients to change behavior and understand their care. But do they work?
Read it in Healthy Findings.