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Altarum contributed two articles to the WIC Supplement of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior that examine how technology affects participant use of benefits.
This study examines technology use of clients in the western WIC region and the preferences of these clients for using new technologies to interact with WIC.
Altarum partnered with the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona to conduct this community-based participatory study.
This report provides an in-depth look at how states are incorporating obesity prevention into their Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (QRISs) for child care facilities.
Wisconsin participants in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) showed a generally positive response to the revised WIC food package, this study found.
This study examines the impact of Delaware's nutrition and physical activity standards, which were designed to prevent childhood obesity.
This paper examines the current methods employed in various states to conduct BMI surveillance and concludes that the use of electronic state health and immunization registries may be the most effective tool for gathering childhood BMI data.