in this issue of the Journal Developmental and Adolescent Health (JDAH) the submissions are most interesting and offer valuable information and original findings about hot topics concerning youth health and development.
Α review article on peripheral precautious puberty highlights main mechanisms of this less common condition and there is also a systematic review on cocaine use and anxiety/panic symptoms strong correlation.
A case report using a tool evaluating parenting skills to be used for adoption/fostering procedures provides an idea of significant practical value.
The issue offers three articles of original research: primary school children are found to be more resilient during covid-19 pandemic vs adolescents, while empowered children have better school performance in an impressive, up to date work. A clinical survey during the 2008 economical crisis on internet overuse, pointing out certain familial status patterns as significant factor for this expression and physical activity as a protective condition. A cross sectional study on primary school children reveals internet misuse when early overuse and online gaming was noted.
We are very enthousiastic that a lot of articles keep coming in and new researchers expose their work and ideas. Have a great time exploring the present edition.