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Survey—Many High School Students Have Experienced Violence

Survey—Many High School Students Have Experienced Violence News & Analysis News From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Survey—Many High School Students Thirteen percent reported bringing a gun Have Experienced Violence to school, more than one-third smoked, About half of high school students experi- and about two-thirds used electronic vap- enced at least 1 type of violence during the ing products. About 60% drank alcohol— previous year, according to data from 9080 more than double the proportion of stu- US students who participated in the 2019 dents who hadn’t experienced violence. Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Nearly one-third reported using prescrip- The survey asked about 4 types of vio- tion pain medications compared with 3% lence: physical fighting or being threat- of students with no violent experiences. ened with a weapon, physical dating vio- These students also were about 7 times lence, sexual violence, and bullying. Nearly more likely than those not subjected to concern that advocacy groups and health 30% reported experiencing 1 type of vio- violence to have had multiple sexual part- care organizations raised during a meeting lence in the last year, about 11% said they ners during the previous 3 months. About with the CDC in November 2020. To help faced 2 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Survey—Many High School Students Have Experienced Violence

JAMA , Volume 325 (12) – Mar 23, 2021

Survey—Many High School Students Have Experienced Violence

Abstract

News & Analysis News From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Survey—Many High School Students Thirteen percent reported bringing a gun Have Experienced Violence to school, more than one-third smoked, About half of high school students experi- and about two-thirds used electronic vap- enced at least 1 type of violence during the ing products. About 60% drank alcohol— previous year, according to data from 9080 more than double the proportion of stu- US students who...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2021 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2021.2934
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Abstract

News & Analysis News From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Survey—Many High School Students Thirteen percent reported bringing a gun Have Experienced Violence to school, more than one-third smoked, About half of high school students experi- and about two-thirds used electronic vap- enced at least 1 type of violence during the ing products. About 60% drank alcohol— previous year, according to data from 9080 more than double the proportion of stu- US students who participated in the 2019 dents who hadn’t experienced violence. Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Nearly one-third reported using prescrip- The survey asked about 4 types of vio- tion pain medications compared with 3% lence: physical fighting or being threat- of students with no violent experiences. ened with a weapon, physical dating vio- These students also were about 7 times lence, sexual violence, and bullying. Nearly more likely than those not subjected to concern that advocacy groups and health 30% reported experiencing 1 type of vio- violence to have had multiple sexual part- care organizations raised during a meeting lence in the last year, about 11% said they ners during the previous 3 months. About with the CDC in November 2020. To help faced 2

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 23, 2021

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