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Stanford GEMS randomised controlled trial
A programme of culturally tailored dance plus an intervention to reduce screen media use does not reduce BMI over 2 years compared with health education in preadolescent low-income African American girls but does reduce depressive symptoms and lipid levels

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  1. Correspondence to Marilyn S Nanney
    Department of Family Medicine & Community Health, Program in Health Disparities Research, University of Minnesota, 717 Delaware Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414, USA; msnanney{at}umn.edu
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Nanney MS
A programme of culturally tailored dance plus an intervention to reduce screen media use does not reduce BMI over 2 years compared with health education in preadolescent low-income African American girls but does reduce depressive symptoms and lipid levels

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  • First published March 8, 2011.
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May 18, 2011

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