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Additional Resources Assessing Attitudes and Actions of Pediatric Dentists Toward Childhood Obesity and Sugar‐Sweetened Beverages

Assessing Attitudes and Actions of Pediatric Dentists Toward Childhood Obesity and Sugar‐Sweetened Beverages

Assessing attitudes and actions of pediatric dentists toward childhood obesity and sugar‐sweetened beverages Robin Wright PhD Paul S. Casamassimo DDS, MS

Additional Resources Pediatric Obesity‐Related Curricular Content and Training in Dental Schools and Dental Hygiene Programs

Pediatric Obesity‐Related Curricular Content and Training in Dental Schools and Dental Hygiene Programs

Pediatric obesity‐related curricular content and training in dental schools and dental hygiene programs: systematic review and recommendations Kimon Divaris DDS, PhD Vaishnavi Bhaskar BDS, MPH Kathleen A. McGraw MA, MLS

Additional Resources Advancing Oral Health Policy and Advocacy to Prevent Childhood Obesity and Reduce Children’s Consumption of Sugar‐Sweetened Beverages

Advancing Oral Health Policy and Advocacy to Prevent Childhood Obesity and Reduce Children’s Consumption of Sugar‐Sweetened Beverages

Advancing oral health policy and advocacy to prevent childhood obesity and reduce children’s consumption of sugar‐sweetened beverages Ankit Sanghavi BDS, MPH Nadia J. Siddiqui MPH

Additional Resources Healthy Futures: Conference Summary and Recommendations

Healthy Futures: Conference Summary and Recommendations

Healthy Futures: Engaging the oral health community in childhood obesity prevention – Conference summary and recommendations Raul I. Garcia DMD, MMedSc Dushanka Kleinman DDS, MScD Katrina Holt MPH, MS, RD, […]

Additional Resources Primary Care Interventions to Reduce Childhood Obesity and Sugar‐Sweetened Beverage Consumption

Primary Care Interventions to Reduce Childhood Obesity and Sugar‐Sweetened Beverage Consumption

Primary care interventions to reduce childhood obesity and sugar‐sweetened beverage consumption: Food for thought for oral health professionals Diane Dooley MD, MHS Nicolette M. Moultrie RDHAP, MS Elsbeth Sites BS […]

Additional Resources The Association Between Consumption of Sugar‐Containing Beverages and Excess Weight Gain Among Children

The Association Between Consumption of Sugar‐Containing Beverages and Excess Weight Gain Among Children

A systematic review of the association between consumption of sugar‐containing beverages and excess weight gain among children under age 12 Julie Frantsve‐Hawley RDH, PhD James D. Bader DDS, MPH Jean […]

Additional Resources Introduction to Proceedings of Healthy Futures

Introduction to Proceedings of Healthy Futures

Introduction to proceedings of healthy futures: engaging the oral health community in childhood obesity prevention national conference

Additional Resources Healthy Futures: Engaging the Oral Health Community in Childhood Obesity Prevention National Conference – Executive Summary

Healthy Futures: Engaging the Oral Health Community in Childhood Obesity Prevention National Conference – Executive Summary

Describes RWJF efforts and provides an overview of the conference, the conference agenda, and key findings. It also presents a list of proposed strategies in the following areas: research, dental […]

Additional Resources 2011 National Oral Health Conference: Converge on the Future – Programs

2011 National Oral Health Conference: Converge on the Future – Programs

Programs for the 2011 National Oral Health Conference – recognized as America’s premier dental public health conference not only because of the richness of the program, but also because of […]