Consumer attitudes and understanding of low sodium claims on food: An analysis of healthy and hypertensive individuals

submitted by: Christina.L.Wong
Background: Sodium-related claims on food labels should facilitate lower-sodium food choices; however, consumer attitudes and understanding of such claims are unknown. Objectives: We evaluated consumer attitudes and understanding of different types of sodium claims and the effect of having hypertension on responses to such claims. Design: Canadian consumers (n = 506), with and without hypertension, completed an online survey that contained a randomized mock package experiment, which...
Authors: Christina Wong, JoAnne Arcand, Julio Mendoza, Spencer Henson, Ying Qi, Wendy Lou, Mary L'Abbé

Social Media Delivered Sexual Health Intervention: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial

submitted by: sheana
Design: Cluster randomized trial; data collected in 2010-2011; analyzed in 2011-2012 Setting/Participants: Individuals (seeds) recruited in multiple settings (online, via newspaper ads and face-to-face) who were asked to recruit up to three friends, who in turn recruited additional friends, extending three waves from the seed. Seeds and waves of friends were considered networks and exposed to either intervention or control condition. Intervention: Exposure to Just/Us, a Facebook page...
Authors: Sheana Bull, Deborah Levine, Sandra Black, Sarah Schmiege, John Santelli