Mazen Mosfer Al-Zahrani | Saudi Arabia

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)

Mazen Mosfer Al-Zahrani

Preventive Medicine Resident, Preventive Medicine Postgraduate Program, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia


  • Research   
    Correlation between Video Games and Body Mass Index among Intermediate Schools Students in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    Author(s): Mazen Mosfer Al-Zahrani* and Amal Hassan Alghamdi

    Introduction: Adolescents in various regions of the world believe playing video games to be a popular method to pass the time. Adolescents' physical well-being may be harmed by their time spent playing video games. This could be due to a lack of physical activity and unhealthy eating habits, both of which can lead to obesity. This study examined the association between video game playing and body mass index among adolescents in intermediate schools in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Methods: This is an observational study which was done by recruiting 345 male students in intermediate students at Jeddah city. A basic measurement of body weight and height with closed-ended interview-based questionnaire was used to collect data from participants. Data were collected using multistage sample from schools and intermediate classes. Regression analysis was use to e.. Read More»

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