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Volume: 43 Issue: 1

1. Policy and strategy driven approaches to major disease prevention and school health promotion for children and adolescents Page:1—5
2. Health promotion is the fundamental purpose of students physical fitness monitoring Page:6—9
3. National strategies and policy priorities for adolescent health promotion Page:10—13
4. Correlation between physical activity and nutritional status among Chinese children and adolescents Page:14—18
5. Relationship between body composition and physical condition of children and adolescents Page:19—22
6. Relationship between physical activity, motor skills and physical condition among 12-14 year-old adolescents Page:23—27
7. Influence of family support on the physical activities and motor skills of children and adolescents Page:28—32
8. Analysis of dietary quality of preschool left behind children by using the revised Chinese diet balance index Page:33—37
9. Public opinion and attitude towards COVID-19 vaccination among parents of middle school students Page:38—40
10. Nutritional literacy and influencing factors among students from Nutrition Improvement Program for Rural Compulsory Education Students in Chongqing Page:41—44
11. Metaanalysis of effectiveness of different exercises on inflammatory response in obese adolescents Page:45—52
12. Establishment of an assessment questionnaire of students visual protection health literacy for kindergarten, primary and secondary school teachers Page:53—57
13. Correlation between different types of malocclusions and body image issues in college students Page:58—60
14. Screen use behavior before and after COVID-19 among primary and middle school students in Shanghai Page:61—66
15. Associations between sugar sweetened beverage intake and emotional and behavioral problems in preschoolers Page:67—71
16. Influence of mindfulness group training on procrastination, self esteem, self efficacy of middle school students Page:72—76
17. Association between online social anxiety in middle students with depressive symptoms and sleep quality Page:77—81
18. Association of mobile phone use with childhood abuse experiences and sleep quality in medical students Page:82—86
19. Roles and peer status of campus bullying bystanders among middle school students Page:87—91
20. Prevalence of learning disabilities among middle school students in Beijing Page:92—95
21. Non suicidal self injury behavior and its relationship with depression and anxiety in Mongolian college students Page:96—99
22. Effect of perceived discrimination on the psychological adaptation of children relocated to alleviate poverty: a longitudinal study Page:100—103
23. Relationship between screen time and gross motor development among preschool children Page:104—107
24. Sleep quality and its influencing factors in senior high school students Page:108—111
25. Relationship between myopia and nutritional status among upper elementary students in Shanghai Page:112—116
26. Association between age at menarche and prehypertension in female college students Page:117—119
27. Investigation on an outbreak of human metapneumovirus respiratory tract infection in a primary school of Huzhou City Page:120—122
28. Trends in the asthma burden among children and adolescents in China from 1990-2019 Page:123—128
29. Analysis of the prevalence of hyperuricemia among primary and secondary school students in Shandong Province Page:129—132
30. Analysis of refractive status of preschool children in Suzhou High tech Zone Page:133—136
31. Relationship between hypertriglyceridemic waist phenotype and abnormal blood pressure in children and adolescents in Yinchuan City Page:137—141
32. Investigation on outbreaks of acute respiratory tract infection caused by respiratory syncytial virus in kindergartens in Hangzhou Page:142—145
33. Advance in emotion ability intervention of children with hearing impariment Page:146—150
34. Development of student physical fitness monitoring system in different countries across the world Page:151—155
35. Review and updates on physical activity load assessment in preschool children Page:156—160