International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition

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About the Journal

Przemysław J. Tomasik View Profile

Abbreviated key title: Int. J. Child Health Nutr.
ISSN (online): 1929-4247
Published by: Lifescience Global
Periodicity: 4 times per year
Months: February
, May, August, November
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Listed with: Food and Nutrition Information Center website, USDA, Open J-Gate, Polish Ministry of Education and Science

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Scope and Topics of the Journal

International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes papers dealing with all aspects of child health and defining the nutritional needs of children, from conception through adolescence. The journal is designed to disseminate research findings and to attract quantitative and qualitative research papers relevant to individuals and institutions from all disciplines working in child health and nutrition, including researchers, policymakers, sponsors, healthcare providers, and non-governmental organizations. International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition intends to bring together scientists and implementing bodies to discuss the current evidence and future requirements for global, regional, and national child health and nutrition. 

The journal publishes review articles that highlight the significance of recent research in nutrition and illustrate the central role of nutrition in the promotion of health and prevention of nutrition-related diseases in children like obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, HIV, and other chronic diseases. It also focuses on studies of nutrient - gene interactions, the bioavailability of minerals, malnutrition, health, diet & nutrition, nutritional status, and general nutrition & dietetics in children.


The journal is addressed to both practicing professionals and researchers in the field of health sciences and nutrition with a special reference to children. Moreover, it is useful reading for professionals in academia, former researchers, and Ph.D. students and parents interested in the results of the latest discoveries in child health and nutrition.

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