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The Effect of School-Based Program of Iron Supplementation in Preventing and Controlling Iron Deficiency Anemia Among Adolescent Girls: Literature Reviews
Factors affecting the implementation of a whole school mindfulness program
A literature review of the secondary school experiences of trans youth
Monitoring Social Media and Technology Use to Prevent Youth Suicide and School Violence
Evaluating the effectiveness of KooLKIDS: An interactive social emotional learning program for Australian primary school children
Effectiveness of Active Learning that Combines Physical Activity and Math in Schoolchildren
Garden-Based Integrated Intervention for Improving Children's Eating Behavior for Vegetables
How can schools be integrated in promoting well-being, preventing mental health problems and averting substance-use disorders in urban populations?
A multicomponent secondary school health promotion intervention and adolescent health
Smartphones, social media use and youth mental health
Being obese versus trying to lose weight: Relationship with physical inactivity and soda drinking among high school students
Fruit and vegetables intake in adolescents and mental health
Mediating role of screen media use on adolescents' total sleep time
A pilot study of a neuroscience-based, harm minimisation programme in schools and youth centres in Australia
Can Mentoring Promote Self-esteem and School Connectedness? An Evaluation of the Mentor-UP Project
Is consumption of fast-food and carbonated soft drink associated with anxiety-induced sleep disturbance among adolescents?
Longitudinal evaluation of the impact of school characteristics on changes in physical activity opportunities
A Feasibility Study of a Fit Kit School-Based Intervention to Improve the Health of Students and Their Families
Psychosocial Factors Associated with Smoking Cessation Attempts in Korean High School Students Who Engage in Intermittent and Light Smoking
The Daily Mile: Whole-school recommendations for implementation and sustainability
Technology-Based Substance Use Interventions: Opportunities for Gender-Transformative Health Promotion
School-Based Physical Activity Interventions in Children and Adolescents
Changes in Physical Activity, Motor Performance, and Psychosocial Determinants of Active Behavior in Children
Mindfulness and meditation for pain control and stress relief in the school-age children: An integrative review
Bully-victimization, depression, and school connectedness in early adolescent students
The Benefits of Physical Activity and Sport on Mental Health and Well-Being in School-Aged Children
Nutritional and health status of children 15 months after integrated school garden, nutrition, and water, sanitation and hygiene interventions
Effective interventions targeting the mental health of children and young adults
Sedentary behavior and its correlates
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Are packed lunches less healthy than school dinners?
A repeated cross-sectional survey assessing changes in diet and nutrient quality of English primary school children’s packed lunches between 2006 and 2016
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