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2005 Cleveland Municipal Schools Middle School Youth Behavioral Risk Survey report

The Case Division of Adolescent Health has published a report on local findings from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey. In 2005, almost 2800 middle school students (7th, 8th grade) from thirteen schools in Cleveland were interviewed. See the Methodology section on page 5, page 9 for student demographics and page 10 for a summary of results. Topics asked involve intentional and unintentional injuries, violence, alcohol, tobacco and other drug use, risky sexual behaviors, physical activity and nutrition (inlcuding snack foods) and asthma.

The link address is: http://www.case.edu/med/adolescenthealth/2005_CMSD_MS_YRBS_Report.pdf

Posted by db last modified August 11, 2008
Contributors: Division of Adolescent Health, Case School of Medicine


Keywords: Access to Health Care, Alcohol, Asthma, Children, Dental, Diabetes, Disparity, Drugs, HIV/AIDS, Injury and Violence, Mental Health, Municipal, Nutrition, Obesity, Oral Health, Physical Activity, Physical Activity, Poverty, Pregnancy, STD, Safe Sex, Statistics, Substance Abuse, Teens, Teens, Tobacco

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