To better understand the impact and risk factors of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on the mental, physical, and social health of children and adolescents, a literature search was performed....
Reduced physical activity and increased sedentary behaviour: the damage on young people during the COVID-19 pandemic
‘Social restrictions, including remote learning and the closure of activities that children and young people would normally attend, such as dance classes or football sessions, have made it difficult...
Children become addicted to tobacco and smoking within 4 weeks of starting smoking (DiFranza, 2000), and often start smoking because they have been exposed to adults smoking in their lives,...
Although it is now widely held that there are 10 main categories of ACEs (Public Health Scotland, 2020), this list has changed through the years. The types of ACEs have changed from the impact of...
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