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NeuroQuantology ; 20(10):7263-7275, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2067314

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Stunting is a health problem that is a priority to create quality Indonesian human resources. The key to successful stunting prevention is nutritional monitoring and weight measurement of babies and toddlers from the beginning of birth, which is carried out by community cadres in Posyandu. During the COVID-19 pandemic, these activities cannot be carried out, the impact of this pandemic on Indonesia can cause generations to lose in the future. Community empowerment is the key to the success of stunting prevention programs during the Covid-19 pandemic. This research is a descriptive study, with a location in the village which is the Locus of stunting, namely LubukDalamVillage, LubukDalam District. The data collection time is carried out inMarch-July 2021. Data collection was carried out with in-depth interviews and literature studies. It was concluded that there are 5 factors that influence the success of the community empowerment program, namely (1) planning and socialization (2) mentoring and providing motivation to the target group, (3) training on the use of yard products to support the diversification of food consumption, (4) monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the program and its impact, (5) the importance of promotion and marketing aspects. If community empowerment is optimal in these programs, stunting prevention in this new normal era will get optimal results.

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Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development ; 13(3):298-303, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1939760

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Offline learning during the Covid-19 pandemic can change adolescents’ lifestyles, including dietary patterns that have an effect on increasing body weight so that it can have an impact on negative body image perceptions. This study aimed to determine the relationship between body image perception and adolescents nutritional status in Pekanbaru City during the Covid-19 pandemic. The research design was a cross sectional study. The research sample was adolescents in Pekanbaru City with an age range of 12-25 years old, totaling 194 people. The data was obtained from the results of filling out the questionnaire independently which was distributed to sample via Google Form. Data analysis used the spearman correlation test with p value<0,05. Total samples who were satisfied with their bodies were 33,0% and dissatisfied were 67,0%. The nutritional status of sample were 4,6% very thin, 13,4% thin, 68,0% normal, 9,8% overweight, and 4,2% obesity. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between body image perception and adolescents nutritional status in Pekanbaru City during the Covid-19 pandemic (p=0,000;r=0,609). The problem of dissatisfaction with body image can make a adolescent have negative thoughts and have an impact on abnormal nutritional status. The need for a psychological approach to adolescents in increasing their confidence in their own body image.

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International Journal of Education in Mathematics Science and Technology ; 10(1):100-112, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1593784

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The level of physical fitness during the coronavirus pandemic has become a basic need because exercise can increase immunity and improve physical fitness. Lack of physical activity during a pandemic can increase the risk of disease and obesity. So that the nutritional status increases while it is not accompanied by physical activity in sports students. This study aims to determine the level of physical fitness in terms of its relationship with nutritional status and learning achievement of students of the Sports Science Study Program at the State University of Medan. This research is a correlational study to find the relationship between two or more variables. This study has two independent variables, namely physical fitness and nutritional status, and one dependent variable, namely learning achievement in practical courses. The participants in this study were students following the Physical Fitness training course, amounting to 42 students. The results in this study indicate that there is no significant relationship between nutritional status and student achievement. There is a significant relationship between physical fitness and student achievement. There is a significant relationship between nutritional status and physical fitness with student achievement. Physical fitness contributed to student learning achievement by providing an effective contribution of 39%, while nutritional status was 72.53%.

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