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Special Issue: Lifestyle Skills in Childhood Set Healthy Habits for Life

This Special issue is being edited by:
Dr. Melissa D. Olfert, DrPH, RDN
Associate Professor
Human Nutrition and Foods Division of Animal and Nutritional Sciences
Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Design
West Virginia University, Morgantown,
West Virginia, United States.
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Childhood obesity rates are on rise at present causing major threat to the health and well-being of an entire generation of children.
Empowering youth to adapt a healthy lifestyle is a generation-changing, life-enhancing program goal. It is necessary to develop the lifestyle skills in the early years of a Child’s Life so that he/she can keep these healthy habits throughout life, leading to a more active and healthy community. Healthy Habits emphasizes eating smart and maintaining physical fitness to improve the overall well-being of Children.
Educating children the power of choice, calories, vitamins and minerals, the food pyramid and appropriate portion size will help foster healthy habits in a child.

This Special Issue focuses on three key areas – physical activity and nutrition, mental well-being, and sleep health, which are crucial for a child's well-being.

As a part of this special issue researchers and scholars are invited to submit manuscripts on aspects of healthy lifestyle to prevent obesity. Articles are invited covering topics (not limited to) such as: Physical Activity Importance, Healthy Eating, Encouraging Culinary Skills, Nutrition Education, Health Behaviors, Health Checkups, Moderate Screen Time, mHealth Resources for Youth, Adequate Sleep, In School Supports, After School Programming, etc.

The Journal follows a stringent single blind peer review process for all submitted manuscripts. We welcome manuscripts for the special issue till “July 25, 2018”. The submitted manuscripts would be published by August, 2018. As the submission for the special issue would be limited in number & would be processed on a First come First Serve basis.

You can submit manuscript online at J Child. Obes. (Or) send via E-mail attachment to [email protected] / [email protected]

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