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Lucky Herawati; Nur Hidayat Latif; Sigid Sudaryanto (et al.)
The goals of the smoke-free area policy isto protect children’s playground visitors from the bad effects of smoking behavior, either directly or indirectly. However, until now information has not been obtained on the level of exposure to cigarette smoke and the factors that influence it in the children's play area in Sleman Regency after 9 years of the policy. Descriptive research was conducted in April 2021 in 21 observation areas to meet the information needs. There were 4 variables and 13 indicators that were measured, using the method of direct observation in the field and interviews with park managers. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively and Spearman rank correlation analysis with a significant level of 0.05 and discussed using the Precede-Proceed Model.
Alison Quinn; Alessio Russo
Henry B. Ellis; Sophia M. Ulman; K. John Wagner (et al.)
Ka Kei Sum; Shirong Cai; Evelyn Law (et al.)
Despite the potential for COVID-19 infection control–related events to have an effect on child well-being, comprehensive assessments of postlockdown changes and persistent outcomes are lacking. This paper aims to survey the extent of COVID-19 lockdown–related lifestyle changes, their differences by child age and family socioeconomic status, and the potential association with child adiposity 1 year after lockdown. A self-administered, electronic survey was introduced to 2 ongoing child cohorts (the Singapore Preconception Study of Long-term Maternal and Child Outcomes [S-PRESTO] cohort of preschool children aged 1-4.5 years and the Growing Up in Singapore Towards Healthy Outcomes [GUSTO] cohort of primary school children aged 9-10.7 years) from July 8, 2020, to September 5, 2020, which was 1 to 3 months after the end of strict universal movement restrictions (duration of 73 days ending on June 19, 2020). All active participants from S-PRESTO and GUSTO, 2 population-based, longitudinal, parent-offspring cohorts in Singapore, were invited to participate and monitored through June 15, 2021.
Fernando Donizete Alves; Aline Sommerhalder; Concetta La Rocca (et al.)
Mohse Rajabi; G. Ali Afrooz; Gulfisha Qureshi (et al.)
Nandita Chaudhary; Shraddha Kapoor; Punya Pillai
Rocío Seijo Bestilleiro; Jorge Suanzes Hernández; Diego Batalla Bautista (et al.)
This study aims to determine the incidence of SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2) infection in children and young people who play federated football. Prospective study, from October 2020 to January 2021, in players aged 4 to 19 years from federated football clubs in Galicia, Spain (N = 23,845). Outbreaks and cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection were recorded. The cumulative incidence was compared with the incidence registered in Galicia in the same age range.
Giulia Cafiero; Flaminia Passi; Francesca Ippolita Calo (et al.)
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