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Myrthe G. B. M. Boekhorst; Lotte Muskens; Lianne P. Hulsbosch (et al.)
Ganna Rozhnova; Christiaan H. van Dorp; Patricia Bruijning-Verhagen (et al.)
Gabrielle ten Velde; Judith Lubrecht; Lisanne Arayess (et al.)
Measures during the COVID‐19 pandemic, including the closure of schools and sports facilities, may have lasting impact on the physical activity (PA) of children that persists for a long time.This study aims to investigate the effect of COVID‐19 measures on screen time and PA in Dutch children pre‐, during‐ and post‐school closures.
Marloes van Gorp; Heleen Maurice‐Stam; Layla C. Teunissen (et al.)
Jasper V. Been; Lizbeth Burgos Ochoa; Loes C. M. Bertens (et al.)
Loes H. C. Janssen; Marie-Louise J. Kullberg; Bart Verkuil (et al.)
Suzanne van de Groep; Kiki Zanolie; Kayla H. Green (et al.)
Ozair Abawi; Mila S. Welling; Emma van den Eynde (et al.)
Recent studies report negative mental health effects of the COVID-19 related lock-down measures in general paediatric cohorts. Since obesity is a risk factor for COVID-19 in adults, children (including adolescents) with obesity might perceive themselves to be vulnerable. Using a combined quantitative and qualitative approach, we explored COVID-19 related anxiety in paediatric patients with severe obesity in the Netherlands using semi-structured telephone interviews and the Paediatric Quality of Life Inventory (PedsQL) questionnaire, which had also been completed by the study population at baseline in the year prior to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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