Healthy Start Citations

Healthy Start Abstracts Presented at National Meetings:

  1. (2003) Bollella M, Williams CL, Strobino B, Brotanek J: Dietary predictors of cardiovascular risk factors among children in a 5-year health tracking study: Healthy Start. Presented at the American Dietetic Association (ADA) Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE), San Antonio, Texas, October 25-28, 2003.
  2. (2003) Strobino B, Williams CL, Brotanek J, Campanaro L, Bollella M: Tracking of Serum Lipids from Pre-School to Elementary School. Presented at the Asia Pacific Scientific Forum 43nd Annual Conference on CVD Epidemiology and Prevention, Honolulu, HI, June 7-9, 2003.
  3. (2002) Williams CL, Strobino BA, Brotanek J, Campanaro L, and Bollella M: A five year prospective study of multiethnic preschoolers: Body size and blood pressure. Presented at the Asia Pacific Scientific Forum 42nd Annual Conference on CVD Epidemiology and Prevention, Honolulu, HI, April 25-28, 2002.
  4. (2002) Williams CL, Strobino BA, Brotanek J, Campanaro L, and Bollella M: Ethnicity and body size as predictors of blood lipids in early childhood: A prospective study. Presented at the Asia Pacific Scientific Forum 42nd Annual Conference on CVD Epidemiology and Prevention, Honolulu, HI, April 25-28, 2002.
  5. (2001) Strobino B, Williams CL, Brotanek J, Bollella, and Campanaro L: The Prevalence of Obesity in a Multiethnic Preschool Population. Presented at the American Heart Association annual meeting, Anaheim, Calif., November 11-14, 2001.
  6. (2000) Williams CL, Bollella M, Spark AS, Boccia L, Pittman BP. Promoting a heart healthy diet among preschool children: Outcome of the Healthy Start nutrition education and food service intervention. Presented at the American Heart Association, Lloyd J. Filer, Jr. 3rd International Conference on Atherosclerosis in the Young, San Diego, CA, March 3-5, 2000.
  7. (2000) Williams CL, Strobino BA, and Brotanek J, and Campanaro L: Overweight in 2 to 5 year old children is associated with CVD Co-Morbidity. Presented at the 40th American Heart Association, Council on Epidemiology and Prevention Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, March 1-4, 2000.
  8. (1998) Williams CL, D_Agostino C, Strobino BA, and Liebmann-Smith J: Preschool smoking knowledge and intention. Presented at the American Heart Association annual meeting, Dallas, Texas, November 8-11, 1998.
  9. (1998) Williams CL, Strobino BA, Squillace M, Brotanek J, Campanaro L and Pittman B: Reducing blood cholesterol in preschool children: The Healthy Start Project. Presented at the American Heart Association Annual Meeting, Council on Epidemiology and Prevention, Santa Fe, NM, Mar 20, 1998.
  10. (1997) D’Agostino C, D’Andrea T, Nix S, Williams CL: Increasing health knowledge in preschool children: The Healthy Start project Year 1. Presented at the annual meeting of the American School Health Association, Daytona Beach, Fla. October 22-26, 1997.
  11. (1997) Williams CL, Squillace M, Strobino BA, Brotanek J, Campanaro L: Cardiovascular risk factors in low income preschool children: Project Healthy Start. Presented at the 4th International Congress on Preventive Cardiology, Montreal Canada, June 29-July 3, 1997.
  12. (1997) Spark A, Pfau J, Bollella M, Williams CL: Does switching to 1% lowfat milk affect nutrient intake of preschoolers in day care? Presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Nutrition, New York, NY 1997.
  13. (1997) Bollella M, Boccia L, Nicklas C, Williams CL: Sources of nutrient intake in diets of Head Start children: Home vs School. Presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Nutrition, New York, NY 1997.
  14. (1997) Bollella M, Boccia L, Nicklas C, Williams CL: Assessing dietary intake in preschool children: Healthy Start, NY. Presented at FASEB, New Orleans, LA, April 1997

Scientific Papers  

  1. (1998). Reducing fat in preschool meals: Description of the food service intervention component of Healthy Start.
  2. (1998). Cardiovascular risk reduction in a preschool population: The Healthy Start Project.
  3. (1998). Healthy Start: A comprehensive health education program for preschool children.
  4. (1999). Healthy Start: A new comprehensive preschool health education program.
  5. (1999) Developing a computer-assisted health knowledge quiz for preschool children.
  6. (1999). Dietary assessment of children in preschool: Healthy Start.
  7. (1999). Increasing nutrition knowledge in preschool children: The Healthy Start project.
  8. (1999). Nutrient intake of Head Start children: home vs. school.
  9. (2000). What do preschool children think about cigarettes and smoking? Knowledge, attitudes, and future smoking intentions: The Healthy Start Project.
  10. (2002) ‘Healthy Start’: Outcome of an intervention to promote a heart healthy diet in preschool children.