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USC School of Public Health Looking for Participants for Smart Device Aided Health Study

Researchers in the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina seek healthy parent/guardians and children (9-12 years old) for a research study to find out how apps and monitoring devices can help support families in getting more physical activity and eating healthy.

One parent/ guardian and one child from each family will enroll in the 3-month study, which will include 2 brief assessment visits and testing apps and physical activity monitors.

 

Parents/ guardians must  have a web-enables phone or tablet, and parent/ guardians and children must be willing and able to participate in physical activity. There is no charge for the program, and children will receive a small gift card incentive for their time.

 

To determine if you are eligible to participate, please visit mobilefamilyresearch.com to take a brief screen questionnaire. You can also contact the study staff at mobilefamilyresearch@gmail.com with questions. 

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