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  • Scully, Paul; Macken, Alan P.; Leddin, Des; Dunne, Colum P.; Cullen, Walter; O'Gorman, Clodagh S. (Irish Medical Organization, 2015)
    The prevalence of overweight children, and hours of television viewed are positively correlated1,2. Causality may include greater periods of inactivity and exposure to food advertising and product placement while watching ...
  • Scully, Paul; Reid, Orlaith; Macken, Alan P.; Healy, Mark; Saunders, Jean; Leddin, Des; Dunne, Colum P.; O'Gorman, Clodagh S. (Dove Medical Press, 2016)
    Background: Television watching is obesogenic due to its sedentary nature and programming content, which influences children. Few studies have examined exercise placement within children-specific programming. This study ...
  • Scully, Paul; Reid, Orlaith; Macken, Alan P.; Healy, Mark; Saunders, Jean; Leddin, Des; Cullen, Walter; Dunne, Colum P.; O'Gorman, Clodagh S. (Cambridge University Press, 2016)
    Objective: The link between childhood obesity and both television viewing and television advertising have previously been examined. We sought to investigate the frequency and type of food and beverage placements in ...

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