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Improving Nutrition and Weight Gain During Pregnancy

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A Smartphone Intervention for WIC Mothers to Improve Nutrition and Weight Gain During Pregnancy

The study will test the effectiveness of a smartphone-based behavior modification program adapted for use in Women, Infants, and Children program in a state-wide, randomized controlled trial in 432 low-income women enrolled in the Louisiana Women, Infants, and Children program.

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Behavioral - Healthy Beginnings

The program includes a 24 week intensive behavior modification program that targets healthy gestational weight gain through self-monitoring of weight and activity data, automated prescriptive feedback from the smartphone application, personalized feedback from counselors and, evidence-based behavioral intervention delivered throughout pregnancy.

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SmartMoms in WIC: A Smartphone Intervention for WIC Mothers to Improve Nutrition and Weight Gain During Pregnancy

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NCT04028843

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