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    Children TRANS's Anxiety HP Anxiety MESHD and Physical Activity during COVID-19 in Relation to Prenatal Exposure to Gestational Diabetes MESHD

    Authors: Jasmin Alves; Alexandra G Yunker; Alexis DeFendis; Anny H Xiang; Kathleen A Page

    doi:10.1101/2020.08.06.20169565 Date: 2020-08-07 Source: medRxiv

    Research goal: Assess the relationships between anxiety HP anxiety MESHD levels, physical activity and in utero exposure to Gestational Diabetes mellitus HP Diabetes mellitus MESHD ( GDM MESHD) in children TRANS age TRANS 9 to 15, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: During the COVID-19 pandemic, participants completed phone call or video calls with study personnel where they were asked to report on their physical activity and anxiety HP anxiety MESHD levels using the 24-hour physical activity recall SERO and the State-Trait Anxiety HP Anxiety MESHD Inventory for Children TRANS. GDM-exposure was assessed using electronic medical records. Results: Children TRANS who reported higher levels of moderate to vigorous physical activity or vigorous physical activity, reported lower anxiety HP anxiety MESHD symptoms. Children TRANS exposed to GDM MESHD in utero reported higher anxiety HP anxiety MESHD scores and lower engagement in vigorous physical activity compared to unexposed children TRANS. Moreover, the pathway through which children TRANS exposed to GDM in utero, reported higher anxiety HP anxiety MESHD was partially explained by reduced engagement in vigorous physical activity (75%, p=0.05). Conclusions: Engaging in physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic may be beneficial for reducing anxiety HP anxiety MESHD, particularly among children TRANS exposed to GDM in utero, who are at increased risk for adverse psychological outcomes.

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