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Enterobius vermicularis Infection among Preschool Children: A 12-Year (2008-2019) Survey in Large Cities and Provinces of the Republic of Korea

Shin H, Jung BK, Ryoo S, Hong S, Chang T, Park J, Lee KH, Lee J, Park JY, Jeoung HG, Cho JH, Chai JY

A 12-year nationwide survey (2008-2019) was performed to investigate the prevalence of Enterobius vermicularis infection among preschool children in Seoul, 4 large cites (Busan, Incheon, Daegu, and Ulsan), and 9...
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Development of the Parental Questionnaire for Cerebral Visual Impairment in Children Younger than 72 Months

Moon JH, Kim GH, Kim SK, Kim S, Kim YH, Kim J, Kim JK, Noh BH, Byeon JH, Yeom JS, Eun BL, Eun SH, Choi J, Chung HJ

Background and Purpose: Cerebral visual impairment (CVI) is an underdiagnosed condition in children, and its assessment tools have focused on older children. We aimed to develop a parental questionnaire for...
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Comparison of the nutritional status of infants and young children in South Korea and North Korea

Nam SY, Yoon J, Lee SK

Purpose: Previous studies have reported the difference in nutritional status between South and North Korean infants and young children (IYC). Clear understanding on the nature of such differences is essential...
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Use of mothers' home meal replacement and diet quality of their young children

Kim BY, Kim MH

Purpose: This study investigated the association between the mothers' use of home meal replacement (HMR) in their children's meals and the diet quality of their young children. Methods: Three hundred and...
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Development of a Zinc Database to Estimate the Zinc Intake Levels in the Korean Toddlers and Preschool Children

Yoon SI, Shim JE

Objectives: The objective of this study was to develop a zinc database (DB) to estimate the intake levels of zinc in Korean toddlers and preschool children using the data from...
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Effects of Program to Promote Obesity Prevention Behaviors on Pre-Schoolers: Focused on Kindergartener in Korea

Hwang I, Bang KS

Purpose: This study aimed to develop a program to promote obesity prevention behaviors for pre-schoolers and to confirm the effectiveness of the program in Korea. Methods: The program comprised 8...
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Evaluation of dietary behaviors of preschool children in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do associated with the level of parents' health consciousness: using nutrition quotient for preschoolers (NQ-P)

Kim SY, Cha SM

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to assess the dietary behaviors of preschool children using the nutrition quotient for preschoolers (NQ-P) and analyzed the difference in the scores of the children's dietary...
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A Study on the Oral Health Literacy and Related Factors of Mother’s in Some Areas

Kim MJ, Lim CY, Son JL

Background: This study aims to provide basic data for development of the level-based oral health care program depending on the mother’s oral health literacy by finding out how mother’s oral...
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Relationship between the Dietary Behavior of Young Children and Their Mothers in Daejeon, Korea Using the Nutrition Quotient for Preschoolers and Adults

Jeong I, Song S

Objectives: This study examined the association between the dietary behavior and weight status of preschool children and their mothers in Daejeon, Korea. Methods: A total of 301 mother–preschool children (aged 3~6...
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Association between Picky Eating Behavior, Growth, and Dietary Practices in Preschool Children

Kim J, Kang S, Kye S

Objectives: This study was conducted to assess the eating behavior, growth, and dietary practices of children aged 3~5 years living in the Seoul and Gyeonggi Provinces. Methods: Self-administered questionnaires were completed...
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The Relationship between Mother’s Smartphone Addiction and Children’s Smartphone Usage

Kim B, Han Sr, Park EJ, Yoo H, Suh S, Shin Y

Objective As smartphone use is becoming more common, the age of initial exposure to devices is becoming younger. Young children’s screen use is influenced by various factors; it is more...
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Whipple disease mimicking inflammatory bowel disease

Tatsuki M, Ishige T, Igarashi Y, Hatori R, Hokama A, Hirato J, Muise A, Takizawa T, Arakawa H

Whipple disease is a systemic chronic infection caused by Tropheryma whipplei. Although chronic diarrhea is a common gastrointestinal symptom, diagnosis is often difficult because there are no specific endoscopic findings,...
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Development of a food frequency questionnaire for dietary intake of preschool children

Kang M, Shim JE

BACKGROUNDS/OBJECTIVES: To describe the data-based development of a food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) for dietary evaluation of Korean preschool children. SUBJECTS/METHODS: Development of the FFQ was based on the data from 2,766...
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Parental Factors Associated with Smartphone Overuse in Preschoolers: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Lee G, Kim S, Yu H

Purpose: This study aimed to identify parental factors associated with smartphone overuse in preschoolers. Methods: A systematic reviewwas conducted according to PRISMA guidelines. Relevant studies published in peer-reviewed journals from...
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Asthma predictive index as a useful diagnostic tool in preschool children: a cross-sectional study in Korea

Lee DH, Kwon JW, Kim HY, Seo JH, Kim HB, Lee SY, Jang GC, Song DJ, Kim WK, Jung YH, Hong SJ, Shim JY

Background: It is challenging to diagnose asthma in preschool children. The asthma predictive index (API) has been used to predict asthma and decide whether to initiate treatment in preschool children. Purpose:...
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A case of hemorrhagic gastritis caused by accidental ingestion of fluoride-containing toothpaste

Oh JH, Kim YB, Lee J

Fluoride is one of the most reactive elements in nature, and commonly used in toothpaste since it helps to prevent cavities. Despite this advantage, excessive ingestion of fluoride can cause...
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The Effect of Prenatal Cadmium Exposure on Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in 6-Year-old Children in Korea

Kim W, Jang Y, Lim YH, Kim BN, Shin CH, Lee YA, Kim JI, Hong YC

Objectives: Prenatal cadmium (Cd) exposure may be associated with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children. Therefore, the objective of this study was to examine the relationship between Cd exposure during gestation...
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Contribution of foods to absolute nutrient intake and between-person variations of nutrient intake in Korean preschoolers

Kang M, Shim JE, Kwon K, Song S

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to analyze specific foods influencing absolute nutrient intake and between-person variations of nutrient intake among Korean preschoolers. SUBJECTS/METHODS: This study included 2,766 participants aged...
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The Influence of Ego-identity, Parenting Efficacy and Stress Coping Style on Depression in Mothers of Toddlers

Chai HY, Choi MY

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to determine the influence of ego-identity, parenting efficacy, and stress coping style on depression in mothers of toddlers. METHODS: This was a cross-sectional, descriptive study. Data...
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Development and Effects of a Hand-washing Program using Role-playing for Preschool Children

Lim HS, Kwon IS

PURPOSE: A hand-washing program using role-playing was developed for preschool children and tested to verify its usefulness. METHODS: The participants were 46 preschool children (experimental group, 23; control group, 23). Data...
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