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The study of the relationship between parenting styles and risk-taking in adolescents in only-child families in Qazvin city.

Nezal Azh, Reza Zeighami, Tahereh Ataei, Maryam Mafi,

Objectives Risk-taking reasons in adolescents are divided into four cognitive, emotional, socio-environmental, and family factors. Structure, composition, and size of family as well as parenting styles effect on the development of creative abilities, transmitting cultural and social values, and the amount of adolescent risk-taking. The present study aimed to evaluate ... Read more >>

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The process of capacity-building for pediatric subspecialty providers to address the needs of adolescents and young adults with chronic illness.

Dakari Quimby, Bridgid M Conn, Tierra T Ellis, Ellen Iverson,

Approximately 12% of adolescents in the USA live with a chronic health condition. Although youth with chronic illness visit healthcare providers more than healthy peers, pediatric subspecialty providers are less likely to address developmentally relevant concerns (e.g., reproductive health) with adolescents and young adults (AYA), particularly youth of color and/or ... Read more >>

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Influence of dietary and activity patterns on weight status of Ukrainian school aged children.

Halyna Pavlyshyn, Kateryna Kozak, Victoriya Furdela, Tetiana Kovalchuk, Nataliia Luchyshyn, Nataliya Haliyash,

Objectives Dietary patterns and physical activity have significant influence on weight status. Despite numerous studies related to this topic, there is no existing research which provides complete population-based studies that identify the most significant predictors of pediatric obesity. Therefore, it has become the major goal of our study. Subjects and ... Read more >>

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Characterization and prevalence of obesity among normal weight college students.

Kara C Anderson, Katie R Hirsch, Austin M Peterjohn, Malia N M Blue, Alexis A Pihoker, Dianne S Ward, Kristin S Ondrak, Abbie E Smith-Ryan,

Normal weight obesity (NWO) describes individuals who have a normal weight body mass index (BMI), but have an unhealthy amount of body fat. Based on the life-long habits that develop during college, exploring NWO among a college-aged population may be essential in identifying and preventing obesity that develops in early ... Read more >>

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Siblings of youths with chronic conditions: a school-based survey.

Audraine Le Boudec, Christina Akre, Yara Barrense-Dias, André Berchtold, Joan-Carles Suris,

Purpose The purpose of this study was to explore the differences between youths with a sibling affected by a chronic condition or a disability (SCCD) and their peers with healthy siblings. Method Using data from the second wave of GenerationFRee study, we compared adolescents from each gender with healthy siblings ... Read more >>

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Explaining the dimensions of social support for breakfast and healthy snacks in students: a qualitative study.

Fatemeh Bastami, , , Firoozeh Mostafavi,

Background breakfast elimination as well as consumption of low-value snacks is ever increasing among adolescents. This study sought to explain the dimensions of social support for breakfast and healthy snacks among students. Methods A qualitative research was conducted in Isfahan, Tehran, and Khorramabad, Iran high schools in 2017-18. Data were ... Read more >>

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Assessment of academic performance of licensed athletes.

Zehra Aycan, Sinem Akgül, Selçuk Gençay, Nuray Kanbur, Orhan Derman,

Objectives Physical activity and sports can be used to reduce stress and anxiety by increasing aerobic capacity and muscle endurance, gain positive behavioral changes and improve their self-discipline, use time well, adopt positive lifestyle such as regular eating and sleeping, which will result in an increase in school success. There ... Read more >>

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Psychodermatologic pathology in adolescents: findings from the Colombian National Mental Health Survey.

Laura Andrea Gómez García, Arturo Marroquín Rivera, Carlos Javier Rincón Rodríguez, Isabel Cristina Cuellar, Carlos Gómez-Restrepo,

Background Associations between mental health and dermatology have generated a new branch of study called psychodermatology, which includes relevant conditions to the adolescent population. However, there is limited research focusing on this field and this specific population. Objective To estimate the prevalence of dermatological pathologies in the Colombian adolescent population ... Read more >>

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Identifying challenges in promoting adolescent preventive health care in the primary care setting of urban Japan.

Kazumi Sakashita, Robert W Blum,

Background Despite the assurance of free medical access through the universal health insurance system, over the past three decades Japanese youth have experienced an increase in developmental and behavioral problems, psychosomatic disorders, and psychiatric illnesses. Objectives To identify the challenges in promoting comprehensive preventive health services to adolescents in Japan, ... Read more >>

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Spiritual self-care in adolescents: a qualitative study.

Nafiseh Hekmati Pour, Gholam Reza Mahmoodi-Shan, Abbas Ebadi, Nasser Behnampour,

Objectives One of the existential questions during adolescence is about the ambiguity in spiritual realms. Adolescents at this age not only have the spiritual, psychological, and unique needs, but also have spiritual needs that help them to relax and solve problems. Therefore, this qualitative study aimed to understand the concept ... Read more >>

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Relationship between fitness performance and a newly developed continuous body composition score in U.S. adolescent boys.

Peter Hart,

Objectives Body composition (BC) assessment typically requires the administration of a single test and can have different evaluation outcomes depending on the selected test and the specific population. The purpose of this study was twofold. Firstly, to develop and validate a novel continuous body composition (CBC) score using the continuous ... Read more >>

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An initiative to limit screen-time in children aged between 6 and 18 years in an urban area in Puducherry: a qualitative study.

Sathish Rajaa, Tanveer Rehman, Gayathri Surendran, Sudheera Sulgante, Mahalakshmy Thulasingam,

Background Recently television viewing and use of computers have increased considerably and has become a necessary evil in the society. The amount of Screen Time (ST) exposure of a child largely depends on the views of their parents. Screen time among adolescents have resulted in multiple problems Objective To explore ... Read more >>

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Service evaluation and retrospective audit of electronic HEEADSSS (e-HEEADSSS) screening device in paediatric inpatient service in Western Australia.

Chia Saw, Alide Smit, Desiree Silva, Max K Bulsara, Edward Tam Thuong Tran Nguyen,

Objectives The top causes of adolescents' mortality in Australia and worldwide are mostly preventable and many stem from psychosocial difficulties. The HEEADSSS screening is a widely accepted screening tool in assessing young people's psychosocial wellbeing. This retrospective audit was done to evaluate the service implementation of an electronic-HEEADSSS (e-HEEADSSS) screening ... Read more >>

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The prevalence of weight-control behaviors and associated factors among adolescent girls in Tehran.

Sara-Sadat Hoseini-Esfidarjani, Reza Negarandeh, Leila Janani,

Objectives Weight control behavior is a strategy for weight loss or weight gains that range from healthy to unhealthy. This study is aimed to determine the prevalence of weight control behaviors and their related factors in adolescent girls in Tehran. Methods Adolescent girls in the last grade of high school ... Read more >>

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Parental decision-making on human papillomavirus vaccination for daughters in Japan.

Ken-Ichiro Kobayashi, Charnchudhi Chanyasanha, Dusit Sujirarat,

Background In June 2013, the fear of adverse events compelled the government to withdraw its recommendation of the Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. Since then, the rate of vaccination among Japanese girls has dropped dramatically. Objective This study aims to assess how the Japanese government's policy change against HPV vaccination influenced ... Read more >>

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Lifestyle factors influencing the academic performance among the secondary school students in an urban area of south India.

Avinash Kavi, Padmaja R Walvekar,

Objective School children are exposed to various social, environmental, nutritional and cultural changes which will influence their lifestyle and can impose behavioral change. This study was formulated to assess the lifestyle factors influencing the academic performance among secondary school students in an urban area of south India. Materials and Methods ... Read more >>

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Balanced diet related knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) among adolescent school girls in Noakhali district, Bangladesh: a cross sectional study.

Susmita Ghosh, Md Ruhul Kabir, Mohammad Rahanur Alam, Akibul Islam Chowdhury, Md Abdullah Al Mamun,

Objectives Adolescence, a crucial period for growth velocity including sexual maturation, is an important period of life and young adolescent girls need to have proper knowledge, positive attitudes and practice of balanced diet to achieve optimum growth and development. Considering its importance this study attempts to assess the knowledge, attitude ... Read more >>

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Effective strategies to improve health worker performance in delivering adolescent-friendly sexual and reproductive health services.

Donna M Denno, Marina Plesons, Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli,

Background Despite recognition of the important role of health workers in providing adolescent-friendly sexual and reproductive health services (AFSRHS), evidence on strategies for improving performance is limited. This review sought to address: (1) which interventions are used to improve health worker performance in delivering AFSRHS? and (2) how effective are ... Read more >>

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Key components of successful transition for adolescents born with anorectal malformations-a Nordic focus group study.

Louise Tofft, Anders Telle Hoel, Carita Håkansson, Antoni Zawadzki, Helene Gjone, Tom Øresland, Kristin Bjørnland, Pernilla Stenström,

Objectives Transitional care for adolescents with congenital malformations, such as anorectal malformations (ARM), is described sparsely in the literature and referred to as being inadequate. In order to organize future successful healthcare structures, knowledge of patient-reported important aspects of transition is required. The aim of the study was therefore to ... Read more >>

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Sociodemographic profile of psychoactive substance use among selected secondary school students in rural Nigeria.

Chioma N P Mbachu, Joy C Ebenebe, Ikechukwu I Mbachu, Chizalu I Ndukwu, Jacinta C Elo-Ilo, Chimaobi M Azubuike, Victoria C Ofora, Richard Uwakwe,

Objectives Use of Psychoactive substances by young people poses an important public health threat despite mass campaigns and education. There have been documentations of rise in prevalence and use of psychoactive substances by Nigerian adolescents in urban areas of Nigeria. Few reports exist on in-school adolescents in rural areas, and ... Read more >>

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Navigating being a young adult with cerebral palsy: a qualitative study.

Gitte Normann, Kirsten Arntz Boisen, Peter Uldall, Anne Brødsgaard,

Objectives Young adults with cerebral palsy (CP) face potential challenges. The transition to young adulthood is characterized by significant changes in roles and responsibilities. Furthermore, young adults with chronic conditions face a transfer from pediatric care to adult healthcare. This study explores how living with CP affects young adults in ... Read more >>

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Perceived burden, causes and consequences of adolescent pregnancy in the rural Maharashtra: a cultural domain analysis.

Shiv H Joshi, Abhishek V Raut, Sourav Goswami, Subodh S Gupta,

Objectives The existing level of the early age pregnancy necessitates in-depth discussions and study. The objective of this study is to explore the perception of rural population regarding adolescent pregnancy with reference to the perceived burden, causes and consequences. Methods A cross-sectional study through cultural domain analysis using free listing ... Read more >>

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Prevalence of ear morbidities among school children in Delhi, India: a cross-sectional study.

Himanshu Shekhar, Anita Khokhar, Gul Motwani, Shailaja Daral,

Objectives Hearing impairment and ear diseases are among the world's leading causes of years lived with disability. Ear disorders are a major health problem in developing countries like India. The present research had been planned to screen the primary school children for ear morbidity and to study the various factors ... Read more >>

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Comparison of the psychosocial impact on patients affected by cranio facial anomalies between traditional orthodontic brackets and aligners.

Maria Costanza Meazzini, Chiara Tortora, Noah Cohen, Fabio Mazzoleni, Nicoletta Balbo, Vera Donati, Luca Autelitano,

Objectives Malocclusion affects the psychological wellness and social interaction, impacting negatively on adolescents' quality of life and self-esteem. Facial attractiveness is mostly based on the esthetics of the smile and patients seek orthodontic treatment mainly to improve aesthetics. The aim of this prospective clinical study is to compare the psychosocial ... Read more >>

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Oral health knowledge, attitude and practice among adolescents in Kuwait.

Menther Abdulrahim, Mohammad AlKandari, Qasem Alomari, Jagan K Baskaradoss,

Objectives Adequate knowledge about oral health at a young age is essential in establishing good oral health related behaviors and in developing a positive attitude towards oral health. This study aims to assess the oral health knowledge, attitude and practice of adolescent children aged 15-17 years in Kuwait. Methods This ... Read more >>

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