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Preventing Chronic Disease: Current Volume | CDC

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 10 Most Talked About Articles of 2017
Announcement posted 1/12/18
Preventing Chronic Disease (PCD) is excited to announce its most popular articles published in 2017, as rated by Altmetric. Thousands of conversations about scholarly content happen online every day. Altmetric tracks a range of sources to capture, collate, and score this activity. A Complete list of the top 10 articles published in 2017 are available below:
Top 10 Articles Published in 2017:
  1. Could EBT Machines Increase Fruit and Vegetable Purchases at New York City Green Carts?
  2. Perceptions of Harm to Children Exposed to Secondhand Aerosol From Electronic Vapor Products, Styles Survey, 2015
  3. Global Trends in the Affordability of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages, 1990–2016
  4. Do No Harm: Moving Beyond Weight Loss to Emphasize Physical Activity at Every Size
  5. Metabolic Syndrome Prevalence by Race/Ethnicity and Sex in the United States, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988–2012
  6. Cardiometabolic Risk Factors Among 1.3 Million Adults With Overweight or Obesity, but Not Diabetes, in 10 Geographically Diverse Regions of the United States, 2012–2013
  7. Quit Methods Used by US Adult Cigarette Smokers, 2014–2016
  8. Screening for Food Insecurity in Six Veterans Administration Clinics for the Homeless, June–December 2015
  9. Comorbid Arthritis Is Associated With Lower Health-Related Quality of Life in Older Adults With Other Chronic Conditions, United States, 2013–2014
  10. The Influence of Parental Health Literacy Status on Reach, Attendance, Retention, and Outcomes in a Family-Based Childhood Obesity Treatment Program, Virginia, 2013–2015

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