Can mobile technology improve weight loss in overweight adults? A systematic review
Elizabeth Wang, BSN; Kathleen Abrahamson, PhD, RN; Marian Liu, PhD; Azza H. Ahmed, DNSc, IBCLC, CPNP, FAAN -- School of Nursing, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
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The purpose of this systematic review was to determine the impact of mobile applications and wearable devices on weight loss in overweight adults, as their reliability is not well-documented. Evidence indicates that mobile technology can be used as integral tools within overarching weight loss strategies recommended in primary care settings.
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