Diane Affirmative, MPH, PhD Connecticut Branch of General Wellbeing Diane.Aye@ct (860)509-7662

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Percent commonness of danger components among understudies included versus not included in after school exercises. 2007 CT School Health Survey Results ...

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Diane Aye, MPH, PhD Connecticut Department of Public Health Diane.Aye@ct.gov (860)509-7662

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Diane Aye Dawn Sorosiak Celeste Jorge Richard Rodriguez Marijane Mitchell Vivian Henry Nancy Dickman Bonnie Edmondson Cheryl Resha CSHS Team

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Background Comprised of two segments Youth Tobacco Component (also known as Youth Tobacco Survey) Youth Behavior Component (also known as Youth Risk Behavior Survey)

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Connecticut School Health Survey Questions include: Tobacco Use Dietary Habits Physical Activity Alcohol and other medication utilize Sexual Behaviors that add to wounds and savagery Protective elements

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Mortality information for youth and youthful grown-ups matured 10–24, Connecticut, 2003–2005

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Connecticut School Health Survey New Topics in 2007: Gambling Computer Use Sleep Family love and bolster Visit to dental specialist Full School Survey of one High School

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Response Rate School Response Rate x Student Response Rate = Overall reaction rate School 46/59 school cooperation rate = 78% Student 2086/2659 = 78.5% Overall 76.3% x 78.4% = 61.2 %

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Percentage of CT understudies who bet for cash or belonging (counting lottery tickets, wagering on games groups, or card amusements) in the previous 12 months.

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Percentage of understudies who get at least 8 hours of think about a normal weeknight

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Percentage of CT understudies who watched at least three hours for each day of TV or played video/PC amusements on a normal school day by sex

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Percent of understudies who are overweight* or obese** > 85 th percentile yet <95 th percentile BMI in light of reference data* > 95 th percentile for BMI in light of reference data**

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CT Students taking part in sound (work out, eating low-cal, low-fat sustenances) and non-solid (intestinal medicines, pills, heaving, fasting) weight reduction practices

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Percent of understudies met suggested levels* and took an interest in a lacking amount** of physical movement *Were physically dynamic no less than 60 min on 5 days in the previous week **Were physically dynamic for no less than a hour on no days in the previous week

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Percentage of CT understudies who never or once in a while wore a safety belt when riding in an auto driven by another person and never or once in a while wore a bike protective cap

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Percentage of understudies who rode in an auto or other vehicle driven by somebody who had been drinking liquor or were the driver, at least one times amid the previous 30 days

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Percentage of understudies who felt miserable or sad for at least 2 weeks, or considered, arranged or endeavored suicide at least one times amid the previous 12 months

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Percentage of CT understudies who felt so dismal or sad practically consistently for two weeks or more in succession that they quit doing some typical exercises amid the previous 12 months

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Percentage of CT understudies who really endeavored suicide at least one times amid the previous 12 months by review, sex, and race/ethnicity

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Percentage of understudies who had been in a physical battle or physical battle on school property amid the previous 12 months

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Percentage of understudies who did not go to class since they felt dangerous at school or on their approach to or from school on at least one of the previous 30 days

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Percentage of CT understudies who had been hassled or tormented on school property at least one times amid the previous 12 months

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Percentage of understudies who conveyed a weapon, for example, a firearm, blade, or club, or conveyed a weapon on school property, amid the previous 30 days

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Percentage of understudies who experienced dating savagery or were ever physically compelled to have sex

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Percentage of CT understudies who were hit, slapped, or physically hurt intentionally by their beau or sweetheart amid the previous 12 months

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Percentage of understudies who ever had sex and number of accomplices

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Percentage of understudies who ever had sex by review, sex, and race-ethnicity

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Percentage of understudies who had no less than one drink of liquor (ebb and flow drinking), or who had at least 5 drinks in succession (hitting the bottle hard), or who utilized maryjane on at least one of the previous 30 days

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Percentage of understudies who utilized any type of pot, cocaine, heroin, inhalants, methamphetamines, over-the-counter medications, euphoria and non-Rx steroids amid their lifetime

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Percentage of understudies who were offered, sold, or given an illicit medication on school property by somebody amid the previous 12 months

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Percentage of understudies who smoked cigarettes on at least one of the previous 30 days. Information from Youth Tobacco Component

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Percent commonness of hazard elements (inside the previous month) By scholarly review

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Grades by Race-Ethnicity

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Grades by Race-Ethnicity

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Percent predominance of hazard variables among cigarette smokers versus non-smokers

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Percent pervasiveness of hazard elements among understudies included versus not included in after school exercises

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Percent predominance of hazard elements by whether understudy concurs that their family cherishes them and gives assistance and bolster when required

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Percent pervasiveness of hazard elements by whether understudy says that guardians more often than not know where they are

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Percentage of CT understudies with ebb and flow chance elements by review

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Percentage of understudies with after school exercises, volunteer exercises, and paid work by review

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Ever tried for HIV and saw a dental practitioner or dental wellbeing proficient in the previous 12 months by race-ethnicity

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Selected hazard calculates inside the previous 30 days by race-ethnicity

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Selected hazard considers inside the previous 30 days by race-ethnicity

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Selected hazard figures by race-ethnicity

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Selected hazard calculates by race-ethnicity

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Publications, overview data, and program data are accessible on the accompanying sites www.ct.gov/dph seek CSHS www.ct.gov/sde/healthyconnections

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