Cdc physical dating violence among high school students
"It is likely that prescription drug abuse increases likelihood for violence victimization, and such victimization increases the chances that a young person engages in prescription drug abuse," said Dr. She directs the division of adolescent and young adult medicine at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh."It is important to pay attention to how sexual violence may be related to other health problems, like prescription drug abuse," said Miller, who wrote an editorial that accompanied the study. The findings showed that nearly 10 percent of high school students surveyed said they had experienced physical dating violence, and slightly more than 10 percent said they were victims of sexual dating violence."We know that youth who experience dating violence are more likely to have symptoms of depression and anxiety, engage in unhealthy behaviors, such as using tobacco, drugs and drinking alcohol, be involved in antisocial behavior and thinking about suicide," Clayton said.Clinicians may also consider the association between these behavioral health concerns when screening their adolescent patients for experiences of dating violence or substance use." The report was published online Nov. Explore further: Prescription drugs a 'tipping point' for dating violence among urban youth More information: Heather Clayton, Ph. Retrieved from Prevention/pdf/NISVS_Report2010(PDF, 124 pages) Break the Cycle.
Impact of a school-based dating violence prevention program among Latino teens: Randomized controlled effectiveness trial. Prevalence and correlates of dating violence in a national sample of adolescents. the report examines the prevalence of more than 100 health behaviors among lesbian, gay, and bisexual students to the prevalence of these behaviors among heterosexual students.For the study, CDC researchers analyzed data on more than 5,100 boys and 5,300 girls, in grades 9 to 12, who had participated in dating in the year before the survey.