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Margaret L Kerr; Kerrie A. Fanning; Tuyen Huynh (et al.)
The current study investigates associations between parents’ perceived coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) psychological impacts and experiences of parental burnout, children’s behaviors, and income. Data were collected during an online survey of parents’ (N = 1000) pandemic experiences in April 2020. Parents (M = 36.5 years old, SD = 6.0; 82.1% White) with at least one child 12 years or younger reported on measures of mental health, perceived COVID-19 impacts, parental burnout, and perceived increases in children’s stress and positive behaviors.
Louise C. Mâsse; Iyoma Y. Edache; Mark Pitblado (et al.)
Ilana M. Horwitz; Sasha Lascar
Brae Anne McArthur; Nicole Racine; Sheila McDonald (et al.)
Dominic A. Fitzgerald; Kenneth Nunn; David Isaacs
James Ntambara; Minjie Chu
This study aimed to address the key areas of concern for child nutrition, both during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, and proposes strategic responses to reduce child undernutrition in the short and long term. A descriptive literature review was performed. The search of the literature was conducted through using electronic databases including PubMed, Web of science, google scholar, and Cochrane library.
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