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Purpose: We sought to determine the extent of exposure to violence and its relationship to other mental health risks among an urban teenage population.
Knowledge of AIDS, attitudes toward AIDS and condoms, and behavioral changes because of AIDS were studied in 771 students, Grades 9–12 (mean age, 16 years) who completed anonymous questionnaires in gym classes of a New York City high school. Students demonstrated good knowledge of AIDS, with...
Purpose: Little is known about student attitudes toward school-based health centers (SBHCs) or about factors that influence SBHC enrollment.
Purpose: The study's objective was to determine the prevalence of abnormalities in weight, eating attitudes, and eating behaviors among an urban teenage population.
Purpose: To compare the demographic, behavioral, psychosocial, and academic characteristics of users versus nonusers of inner-city junior high school-based health clinics.
Purpose: The purpose of this investigation was to assess the School-Based Adolescent Health Care Program, which provided comprehensive health-related services in 24 school-based health centers.
Purpose: To study positive and negative correlates of sports participation in inner-city youth.
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