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Validation of Self-Reported Smartphone Usage Against Objectively-Measured Smartphone Usage in Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents and Young Adults

Lee PH, Tse ACY, Wu CST, Mak YW, Lee U

Objective This study evaluated the validity of self-reported smartphone usage data against objectively-measured smartphone usage data by directly tracking the activities in the participants’ smartphone among Chinese adolescents and young...
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Current Barriers of Obesity Management of Children Using Community Child Care Centers and Potential Possibility of Utilizing Mobile Phones: A Qualitative Study for Children and Caregivers

Lee BY, Park MY, Kim K, Shim JE, Hwan JY

Objectives: This study was performed to identify the current barriers of obesity management for children using Community Child Care Centers and their caregivers (parents and teachers working in the Centers)....
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Screening of Workers with Presumed Occupational Methanol Poisoning: The Applicablility of a National Active Occupational Disease Surveillance System

Eom H, Lee J, Kim EA

BACKGROUND: Methyl alcohol poisoning in mobile phone–manufacturing factories during 2015–2016 was caused by methyl alcohol use for cleaning in computerized numerical control (CNC) processes. To determine whether there were health...
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A Qualitative Study on the Potential Utilization of a Mobile Phone for Obesity Management in Elementary-School Children : Parents Perspective

Lee BY, Park MY, Kim K, Shim JE, Hwang JY

OBJECTIVES: This study was conducted to investigate the current difficulties surrounding children's obesity management and evaluate the application of a mobile phone as a tool to overcome such difficulties of...
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Assessment of bacterial contamination of mobile phones of dentists and dental hygienists by Illumina MiSeq

Lee SY, Lee SY

In a clinical environment, medical staffs often use their mobile phones with their bare hands, thereby possibly exposing them to bacteria contamination. Cross-contamination could occur, where bacteria may be transferred...
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Usage Status and Characteristics of Mobile Devices for the Geriatric Population

Kim SY, Chung KM, Park JS, Lee E, Park JY

OBJECTIVE: This study aims to investigate the current usage status and identify the needs of mobile devices in the geriatric population, thus grasping the accessibility and possibility of mobile devices...
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Relationship between Mobile Phone Addiction and the Incidence of Poor and Short Sleep among Korean Adolescents: a Longitudinal Study of the Korean Children & Youth Panel Survey

Lee JE, Jang SI, Ju YJ, Kim W, Lee HJ, Park EC

Three of ten teenagers in Korea are addicted to mobile phones. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between mobile phone addiction and the incidence of poor...
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Leveraging Multimodal Supports using Mobile Phones for Obesity Management in Elementary-School Children: Program Providers' Perspective from a Qualitative Study

Park MY, Shim JE, Kim K, Hwang JY

OBJECTIVES: This study was conducted to investigate providers' perspectives on current challenges in implementing a program for prevention and management of childhood obesity and adoption of mobile phone as a...
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The Influence of Restricted Arm Swing on Symmetry, Movement of Trunk and Pelvis Rotation according to Using a Mobile Phone

Chu JH, Kim YJ, Ko YM, Park JW

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to investigate the effects of variations in arm swing during gait on movement of the trunk and pelvis. During the gait task, the angle of...
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A follow-up study of the association between mobile phone use and symptoms of ill health

Cho YM, Lim HJ, Jang H, Kim K, Choi JW, Shin C, Lee SK, Kwon JH, Kim N

Objectives: The duration and frequency of mobile phone calls, and their relationship with various health effects, have been investigated in our previous cross-sectional study. This 2-year period follow-up study aimed...
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Mobile phone use and risk of glioma: a case-control study in Korea for 2002-2007

Yoon S, Choi JW, Lee E, An H, Choi HD, Kim N

OBJECTIVES: There has been a growing concern about the possible carcinogenic effects of the electromagnetic radiofrequency fields emitted from mobile phones. The purpose of this study was to investigate the...
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The Effectiveness of Short Term Mobile Phone Text Reminders in Improving Compliance among Hypertensive Patients

Lee JA, Kim WS, Bae MJ, Kim YS, Oh HJ, Lee SY, Kim CM, Shin DH, Han SH, Cho KH

BACKGROUND: For the effective management of hypertension, drug adherence and life style modification are important. We investigated the effects of mobile phone text-message reminders on compliance and life style modification...
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Technology Acceptance and Adoption of Innovative Smartphone Uses among Hospital Employees

Moon BC, Chang H

OBJECTIVES: The number of healthcare institutions adopting smartphones continues to increase, implying that their utilization is undoubtedly gaining attention. Understanding the needs of smartphone users will provide a greater opportunity...
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Lifelog Agent for Human Activity Pattern Analysis on Health Avatar Platform

Kwon Y, Kang K, Bae C, Chung HJ, Kim JH

OBJECTIVES: To provide accurate personalized medical care, it is necessary to gather individual-related data or contextual information regarding the target person. Nowadays a large number of people possess smartphones, which...
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Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Upper Extremities Due to Extensive Usage of Hand Held Devices

Sharan D, Mohandoss , Ranganathan R, Jose J

OBJECTIVE: The use of hand held devices (HHD) such as mobile phones, game controls, tablets, portable media players and personal digital assistants have increased dramatically in past decade. While sending...
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Study on Effective Improvement of Mobile Phone Sound Quality in a Noise Environment for the Hearing-Impaired

Park G, Lee JH, Kim KS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: For the hearing-impaired population, quality of sound when listening to speech on mobile phone is often dissatisfactory. Even with a turning up the volume, they feel mobile...
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Epidemiological Characteristics of Mobile Phone Ownership and Use in Korean Children and Adolescents

Byun YH, Ha M, Kwon HJ, Choi KH, Burm E, Choi Y, Lim MH, Yoo SJ, Paik KC, Choi HD, Kim N

  • KMID: 2380130
  • Environ Health Toxicol.
  • 2013 ;28(1):e2013019.
OBJECTIVES: As public concern on possible harmful effects of mobile phone in children has been raised, information of epidemiological characteristics of mobile phone use in children and adolescents will be...
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Factors related to the Overuse of Mobile Phone in Elementary School Students

Lee KS, Ahn HR, Lee KH

PURPOSE: This study was done to explore the correlation among mobile phone overuse, mental health and school adaptation, and to identify factors related mobile phone overuse. METHODS: A questionnaire was filled...
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Wireless Clinical Trial of Data Capture using a Personal Digital Assistant

Park SK, Park SH, Kang MG, Chae YM, Kim S, Choy S, Choi I

OBJECTIVE: Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) have the potential to improve clinical trial data collection; however, most current PDA-based clinical data collection systems typically collect and store data in the offline...
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Prediction of Exposure to 1763MHz Radiofrequency Radiation Using Support Vector Machine Algorithm in Jurkat Cell Model System

Huang TQ, Lee MS, Bae YJ, Park HS, Park WY, Sun SJ

  • KMID: 2166215
  • Genomics Inform.
  • 2006 Jun;4(2):71-76.
We have investigated biological responses to radiofrequency (RF) radiation in in vitro and in vivo models. By measuring the levels of heat shock proteins as well as the activation of...
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