Welcome to the Wellness and Lifestyle Studies Page

About Wellness and Lifestyle

A child’s wellness can be impacted by many things; what they eat, how they play and exercise, who their friends are, how they study, and more. Because wellness can include elements of physical, mental, emotional, and social wellbeing, the whole of a child’s lifestyle matters. Some researchers look at the ways that diet, activity, and weight play a role in the way people relate and interact. Other studies might examine the relationship between stress and health, or they could focus on teenage alcohol or tobacco use. By addressing a wide range of potential concerns, research on wellness and lifestyles could provide children with healthy advice and habits that last a lifetime.

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RELATED RESEARCH AREAS:
  Weight Management, Exercise, Diet, Stress Reduction, Other Wellness and Lifestyle

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