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Social Mobile Approaches to Reducing weighT in Young Adults

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SMART 2.0: Social Mobile Approaches to Reducing weighT in Young Adults

The SMART 2.0 study is a 24-month trial designed to evaluate the impact of the intervention with technology and personal health coaching or with technology alone on objectively measured weight among overweight young adults in a university setting over 24 months compared to a control group. The investigators hypothesize that both interventions will significantly improve weight compared to the control group, and the group receiving personal health coaching will experience the greatest improvement.

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Behavioral - SMART 2.0

SMART 2.0 uses a fully integrated system of modalities that includes: 1) a popular consumer-level wearable, wireless scale, and corresponding app; 2) a highly tailored and interactive text messaging system; 3) multiple social media streams; 4) social network mechanisms of influence; and 5) technology-mediated health coaching.

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SMART 2.0: Social Mobile Approaches to Reducing weighT in Young Adults

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NCT03907462

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