Kai Ling Kong
Kai Ling Kong
Children's Mercy Hospital Kansas City
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A pilot walking program promotes moderate-intensity physical activity during pregnancy.
KL Kong, CG Campbell, RC Foster, AD Peterson, L Lanningham-Foster
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 46 (3), 462-471, 2014
Sociodemographic differences and infant dietary patterns
X Wen, KL Kong, RD Eiden, NN Sharma, C Xie
Pediatrics 134 (5), e1387-e1398, 2014
Origins of food reinforcement in infants
KL Kong, DM Feda, RD Eiden, LH Epstein
The American journal of clinical nutrition 101 (3), 515-522, 2015
Reducing relative food reinforcement in infants by an enriched music experience
KL Kong, RD Eiden, DM Feda, CL Stier, KD Fletcher, EM Woodworth, ...
Obesity 24 (4), 917-923, 2016
Impact of a walking intervention during pregnancy on post-partum weight retention and infant anthropometric outcomes
KL Kong, C Campbell, K Wagner, A Peterson, L Lanningham-Foster
Journal of developmental origins of health and disease 5 (3), 259-267, 2014
The association of food insecurity with the relative reinforcing value of food, BMI, and gestational weight gain among pregnant women
AK Crandall, JL Temple, KL Kong
Appetite 151, 104685, 2020
Infant temperament is associated with relative food reinforcement
KL Kong, S Anzman-Frasca, DM Feda, RD Eiden, NN Sharma, CL Stier, ...
Childhood obesity 12 (6), 411-417, 2016
Food reinforcement during infancy
KL Kong, LH Epstein
Preventive medicine 92, 100-105, 2016
Leisure time physical activity before and during mid‐pregnancy and offspring adiposity in mid‐childhood
KL Kong, MW Gillman, SL Rifas‐Shiman, X Wen
Pediatric obesity 11 (2), 81-87, 2016
Change in hyper-palatable food availability in the US food system over 30 years: 1988–2018
S Demeke, K Rohde, L Chollet-Hinton, C Sutton, KL Kong, TL Fazzino
Public health nutrition 26 (1), 182-189, 2023
Associations between parental and child screen time and quality of the home environment: a preliminary investigation
P Attai, J Szabat, S Anzman-Frasca, KL Kong
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (17), 6207, 2020
Association between added sugars from infant formulas and rapid weight gain in US infants and toddlers
KL Kong, B Burgess, KS Morris, T Re, HR Hull, DK Sullivan, RA Paluch
The Journal of nutrition 151 (6), 1572-1580, 2021
Reducing fetal origins of childhood obesity through maternal smoking cessation during pregnancy: an intervention study
X Wen, RD Eiden, FE Justicia-Linde, Y Wang, ST Higgins, KL Kong, ...
International Journal of Obesity 43 (7), 1435-1439, 2019
Glycemic index, insulinemic index, and satiety index of kefir
KL Kong, S Hendrich
Journal of the American College of Nutrition 31 (4), 280-287, 2012
High intake of added sugars is linked to rapid weight gain in infancy, breastfeeding≥ 12 months may protect against this: A preliminary investigation
KL Kong, B Burgess, KS Morris, MS Faith, RA Paluch
Pediatric Obesity 16 (3), e12728, 2021
Associations of diet and physical activity with the three components of gestational weight gain
X Wen, F Justicia-Linde, K Kong, C Zhang, W Chen, L Epstein
Am. J. Epidemiol 11, S11-S81, 2013
Repeatability of the infant food reinforcement paradigm: implications of individual and developmental differences
KL Kong, RD Eiden, S Anzman-Frasca, CL Stier, RA Paluch, J Mendez, ...
Appetite 120, 123-129, 2018
Early Nonfood Parent‐Infant Interactions and Development of Obesity in a High‐Risk, Diverse Sample
KL Kong, RD Eiden, RA Paluch
Obesity 27 (11), 1754-1760, 2019
The reinforcing value of food and non-food alternative: associations with BMI z-score and percent fat mass
S Wong, KL Kong, AC Buchholz, J Haines
Eating behaviors 34, 101316, 2019
Mid-childhood fruit and vegetable consumption: The roles of early liking, early consumption, and maternal consumption
KL Kong, MW Gillman, SL Rifas-Shiman, X Wen
Appetite 105, 306-311, 2016
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