Volume 13 Issue 3 (2020)
International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health


Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick (Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Israel)
ISSN: 1939-5930
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Size: 8.5″ x 11″, Double Column

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

Article 1 – Should we, as a starting point, think that COVID-19 is dangerous or harmless? Which hypothesis should we choose? (pp. 225-226)
Author: Søren Ventegodt

Article 2 – What are Hong Kong Chinese parents’ perceptions of materialism and egocentrism in their children? (pp. 229-239)
Authors: Daniel TL Shek, Lu Yu, Tak Yan Lee, Rachel CF Sun, and Moon YM Law

Article 3 – Factors associated with sexual engagement among schooling adolescents in Sarawak, East Malaysia (pp. 241-248)
Authors: Cheah Whye Lian, Halimah Awang, Chang Ching Thon, Low Wah Yun, Tong Wen Ting, Dev Nath Kaushal, and Hamizah Mohd Hassan

Article 4 – Self-esteem and assertiveness as predictors of intentions to practice safe sexual behavior among adolescents in selected secondary schools in Ibadan, Oyo State (pp. 249-256)
Authors: Catherine O Agbede and Ololade O Ogunsanmi

Article 5 – Effect of peer- and parent-led educational intervention on HIV knowledge and attitude of in-school adolescents in selected secondary schools in Ogun State, Nigeria (pp. 257-267)
Authors: Olanrewaju Motunrayo Florence and Elebiju Oluwatoyin Juliana

Article 6 – Effect of nutrition education and mobile text messages on undergraduates’ eating practices and perception of risk in Oyo State, Nigeria (pp. 269-278)
Authors: Olasumbo Bilikisu Kukoyi and Ademola Mufutau Amosu

Article 7 – The consumption of milk, vegetables and fruits, fish, wholemeal bread, and fast food meals among 15-year-old teenagers depending on the BMI value (pp. 279-287)
Authors: Wioletta Waksmańska, Rafał Bobiński, Renata Łukasik, and Anna Pielesz

Article 8 – Housing risk factors associated with diarrhea and pneumonia among underfives residing in an urban slum in Enugu Metropolis, Nigeria (pp. 289-303)
Author: Joy Nkeiruka Ozughalu

Article 9 – The role of general practitioners in re-building whole person wellness of university students during protests in Hong Kong: A case study (pp. 307-319)
Authors: Sze Mon Lo, Ho Cheong Wong, Mei Ho So, Birgit Bunzel Linder, Chi Chu, and Daniel TL Shek
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