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TitleRecruitment StatusDate of Registration
Intervention of restriction on Sugar-Sweetened Beverage comsumption among students by health promotion ecological modelRecruiting2019-01-19
Healthy Stores 2020: A randomised controlled trial to assess impact of a 12-week intervention to reduce retail merchandising of discretionary food and beverages in remote Indigenous community stores, on free sugar intake using store food and drink purchasing data.Not recruiting25/09/2018
Reducing Sugar-sweetened Beverage Consumption Among Young AdultsNot recruiting10/09/2018
Sucrose-sweetened Beverage in African-American and Caucasian Women.Recruiting27/07/2018
Strategies To OPpose Sugars With Non-nutritive Sweeteners Or Water (STOP Sugars NOW) TrialRecruiting02/05/2018
Impact of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Health WarningsNot recruiting18/04/2018
Orange Juice And Sugar Intervention StudyRecruiting10/04/2018
Neurobehavioral Plasticity to Regular Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Intake: An fMRI ExperimentRecruiting15/03/2018
The relationship between sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and alcoholic beverage consumption in Australian adultsNot recruiting05/03/2018
NHANES 2003-2014 and Sugar-sweetened Beverages in ChildrenNot recruiting29/11/2017
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