International Journal of Childhood Obesity is an open-access peer-reviewed online International Journal. IJOWL took the initiative to present all the aspects related to Obesity and Weight Loss Therapy. The Journal mainly intends to present information on Obesity-related risk factors alongside best practices that enhances management and prevention of Obesity and its associated areas like Childhood Obesity, Adolescence Obesity, Morbid Obesity, Obesity & Diabetes, Overweight, Obesity & Weight Loss, etc. and making them freely available worldwide.
The Journal IJCO covers all aspects and causes of Obesity, Childhood obesity, Diet, Effects on Health, Etymology, Epidemiology, Hereditary Genetics, History, Infectious Agents, Historical Attitudes, Management, Mortality, Morbidity, Other Illnesses, Pathophysiology, Sedentary Lifestyle, Public Health, Size Acceptance, Society and Culture, Social Determinants etc.
Childhood Obesity Is A Serious Medical Condition That Occurs When A Children Is Above Normal Weight For His Age And Height. Main Cause For Childhood Obesity Includes Irregular Eating Habits, Lack Of Physical Activities, Etc. There Are Several Associated Effects Also Like Cholesterol Problem, Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Etc.
The Journal Of Childhood Obesity Is An Open Access And Peer Reviewed Journal That Aims At Providing Complete And Reliable Information About The Causes, Cure, Effects And Prevention Of Childhood Obesity And Related Effects By Publishing Articles, Review Papers, Case Reports And Making Them Freely Available For All.
The Journal Of Childhood Obesity Deals With All Fields Of Treating Childhood Obesity Involving Child Nutrition, Pediatrics Obesity, Skinfold Thickness, Insulin Resistance, Physical Education, Weight Management, Food Choice, Hypothyroidism, Diabetes Mellitus, Fasting Blood Glucose, Energy Balance, Etc.
Benefits to authors
We provide many author benefits such as
Area: Childhood Obesity
Frequency: 4 Issues per Year
Review Process: Double-blinded peer review process
Publication Timeline: 15 Days peer review process
The articles submitted by authors must contain a minimum of 80% unique content (Which should be unique and must not copy from any other websites). The authors must maintain 100% uniqueness in the text’s results and conclusion. We will resend the articles, which have below 80% uniqueness to the authors for revision and asked for resubmissions with uniqueness (as per guidelines).
The aim of the International Journal of Childhood Obesity is to publish papers/research, review studies in basic clinical and applied studies in biochemistry, physiology, genetics and nutrition, molecular, metabolic, psychological and epidemiological aspects of obesity and related disorders. The journal aims to cover all aspects and causes of Obesity, Childhood obesity, Diet, Effects on Health, Etymology, Epidemiology, Hereditary Genetics, History, Infectious Agents, Historical Attitudes, Management, Mortality, Morbidity, Other Illnesses, Pathophysiology, Sedentary Lifestyle, Public Health, Size Acceptance, Society and Culture, Social Determinants etc.
International Journal of Childhood Obesity follows a double-blind peer review system. The journal operates Editorial Manager System for online manuscript submission, review and tracking. Editorial Board Members of the International Journal of Childhood Obesity or outside experts perform the review; at least two independent reviewers’ approval followed by the editor is required for the acceptance of any citable manuscript.
The journal IJCO welcomes scientists and scholars to submit reviews, research articles, case reports, opinions and letters to editors and commentaries relating to all aspects of obesity, weight management, childhood obesity, obesity and hypertension, metabolic disorders and psychological disorders etc.
|Adipose Tissue||Metabolism||Anti-obesity Drugs|
|Birth Weight||Metabolic Syndrome||Bariatric Surgery|
|Diet||Body Fat Distribution||Calorie Counting Diet|
|Body Mass Index||Type 2 Diabetes||Causes of Childhood Obesity|
|Child Health Care||Child Obesity And Depression||Childhood Obesity|
|Child Nutrition||Over-Eating||Consequences of Obesity|
|Dietary Intake||Childhood Obesity Prevention||DASH Diet|
|Nutrition||Weight Gain||Diet Plans|
|Anti-Obesity||Childhood Obesity Statistics||Epidemiology of Obesity|
|Dietary Habits||Family History And Child Obesity||Fitness Plan|
|Weight Loss||Waist Circumference||Genetics of Obesity|
|Dietary||Physical Activity||Infant Obesity|
|Fat Metabolism||Gastric Banding||Infect obesity|
|Fatty Liver||Bariatric Surgery||Long Term Weight Loss|
|Food Choice||Pediatric Obesity||Medical Weight Loss|
|Fetal||Eating Behavior In Children||Morbid Obesity|
|Infant Feeding||Nutrition Education||Natural Weight Loss|
|Junk Food||Physical Education||Obese Behavior Changes|
|Leptin||Waist Circumference||Obese Lifestyle|
|Obesity||Weight Loss Surgery||Obesity - Complications and Diagnosis|
|Pediatrics||Weight Management||Obesity-Related Diseases|
|Pediatrics||Weight Reduction||Obesity - Type 2 Diabetes|
|Obese||Health Check Tools||Obesity and Diabetes|
|Body-Weight||Epidemiology||Treatment and BMI|
|Weight||Population||Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome|
|Body Fat||Familial||Obesity in Pets|
|Adolescence||Body Mass Index||Obesity-Associated Morbidity|
|Children||Perinatal||Pathophysiology of Obesity|
|Adipocytes||Weight Control||Social Determinants of Obesity|