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However, it is recommended to maintain the alternation of the Healthy Weeks about physical activity and diet. Intervention adoption phase (Year 2) Month of Year 2 Oct Theme of the Healthy Week Key message to be highlighted Physical activity Stimulating daily physical activity Nov Diet Stimulating daily consumption of fruit and vegetables Dec Physical activity Reduce TV-viewing Jan Diet Stimulating the daily consumption of water Feb Physical activity Stimulating daily physical activity Mar Diet Stimulating daily consumption of fruit and vegetables Apr Physical activity Reduce TV-viewing May Diet Stimulating the daily consumption of water Jun Stress, coping and relaxation Ensure adequate sleep duration Jul Aug Vacation period: No Healthy Weeks Table 9.

44 Public Health – Social and Behavioral Health During the follow-up, at least five attempts were made to contact the participants. Respondents were also given the option to callback at their convenience. Primary reasons for non-completion included disconnected phone numbers, no longer living at current number, no callback by participants, and no answer. 2 Measures Participants were asked a series of demographic questions, including age, sex, height, weight, education attained, income level, marital status, ethnic identification, language spoke at home, and perceived health.

The IDEFICS Intervention Toolbox – A Guide to Successful Obesity Prevention at Community Level 23 Concept of module 5 Module 5 includes the integration of the key messages in the class curriculum and the promotion of the key messages in the entire school. The key messages have to be integrated in the framework of (classroom) health education and not as part of obesity prevention to avoid stigmatisation of affected children. To integrate the key messages in the class curriculum and to promote the key messages in the school, every participating school has to organise the Healthy Weeks: these are weeks in which a specific key message will be highlighted (with different exposures for primary schools and kindergartens).

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