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Drugs
08-01 Smoking linked to hearing problems
08-01 Cannabis supply and young people
08-01 Young US Adults More Likely To Quit Smoking Successfully
07-12 Why do US high school students drink?
07-12 Religiosity and America's adolescent drug use problem
07-12 The impact of heavy cannabis use on young people
07-11 Binge drinking in adolescence and outcomes in adult life
07-11 Teenagers: smoking, alcohol, other drug addiction and mental illness
07-10 Teenagers, passive smoking and academic results: Exposure to secondhand smoke at home decreased the odds of passing standardized achievement tests by 30% in 16- and 18-year-olds.
07-10 Some anti-smoking ads in the US are simply ineffective, while others actually make young people more likely to light up.
07-10 Restricting the availability of alcohol to the under-18s: Fewer pubs and off-licences are persistently selling alcohol to the under-18s according to new Home Office figures.
07-10 In New Zealand, for young adults, there is a greater risk of driving under the influence of cannabis than alcohol, and the results are more harmful.
07-09 Australian teenagers ignore smoking health warnings: It is not illegal for teenagers to smoke, and new figures show that almost 42,000 Victorian students aged from 12-17 puff their way through more than one million cigarettes a week.
07-08 Operation Summer Nights 2007 is a multi-agency campaign that aims to tackle and prevent alcohol related anti-social behaviour across Lancashire in the summer months
07-07 New Zealand
07-07 Large number of under-18s
07-07 Cocaine
07-07 A record 10 million Chinese high school students sit the two-day college entrance exam vying for only 5.7 million of university places - stressed parents 'drug' children for exams
07-05 Every American child
07-05 what works in teaching young people
07-05 An analysis of UK drug policy from a new independent commission says the UK has high drug use and ineffectual drug policies.
07-05 Scotland's police forces can now use youngsters to catch licensed traders selling alcohol to under-18s.
07-04 Young adults' perceptions of cigarette warning labels in the United States and Canada: Increasing label size and adding graphic colour images of diseased mouths and lungs can affect the attention a message receives and its believability.
07-04 US College drinking games: men and women engaged in drinking games at similar rates but was related to alcohol-related consequences in women only.
07-03 One-third of young Australians
07-03 Teen boozing
07-03 The key predictors of (young people's) drug use
07-02 There is little strong evidence that school-based programmes are effective in the long term in preventing uptake of smoking.
07-02 A tendency toward delinquency or living in a neighborhood where drugs are readily available are just as important in determining whether a young person in the US will abuse marijuana as whether or not he tries cigarettes or alcohol first.
07-02 http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1530-0277.2006.00265.x
07-02 SMOKING...
07-02 Teenage drinkers rely on alcohol in later life - Alcohol becomes an overused tool for weathering the trials of adulthood if a person first uses it as a young teenager.
07-02 Australian teenagers in lone-parent families were more likely to smoke than those resided in two-parent (couple) families and for young females, the difference in smoking prevalence is striking (25% versus 13%).
07-02 Children and adolescents' likelihood of starting to smoke may be influenced by the behaviour of their families
07-01 Smoking cessation among US adolescent smokers is relatively rare.
07-01 Use of Cessation Methods Among Smokers Aged 16--24 Years
07-01 'The extent to which tobacco marketing and tobacco use in films
06-11 A bill raising the drinking age back to 20 has been given the go ahead by a committee of New Zealand MPs
06-11 'Cannabis: a drug more dangerous than heroin' from Glasgow's 'The Herald' newspaper
06-11 A new New Zealand DVD has been launched - to educate young people on the dangers of 'P' (methamphetamine) - includes video clip
06-10 Current illicit drug use among US youth aged 12-17 continues to decline
06-10 If drug prevention in UK schools is ineffectual, as the ACMD's new report suggests (see 2nd web link),
06-10 Even the most observant US parent are oblivious
06-09 An approach to reduce unsafe drinking and other harmful behaviours among US college students may be similarly effective among high school students,
06-08 Researchers urge New Zealand Government to raise drinking age from 18 to 20
06-07 Review of grey literature on drug prevention among young people
06-07 Alcohol is a bigger threat to U.S. youth than drugs
06-07 In South Africa
06-07 Review of grey literature on drug prevention among young people - NICE
06-06 UK 11 year olds who smoked just one cigarette were twice as likely to take up smoking within the next few years as their peers who resisted the urge.
06-06 How UK parents communicate and supervise young people in relation to alcohol.
06-05 New Zealand, Party Pills and teenagers (with video clip)
06-04 Black & White Teens Show Differences in Nicotine Metabolism
06-03 original article
06-03 Teenagers are twice as likely to develop drinking problems if their mothers are depressed and drink regularly, an Australian study claims
06-02 The Courage To Speak Foundation, Inc. (CTS), a non-profit drug prevention organization, launched a new website in Jan 2006,
06-02 The chance of Dutch teenagers using hard drugs later in life is six times greater among those who use cannabis than among those who don't
06-02 Cannabis use moderately increases the risk of psychotic symptoms in young people but has a much stronger effect in those with evidence of predisposition for psychosis
06-01 Alcohol advertising contributes to increased drinking among US youth
06-01 Parents not peer pressure responsible for UK teenage binge drinking
Exercise
20-09 [Exercise Archive 16+] [Exercise Latest 16+] [Top]
20-05 Youth Sports Participation And Health Status In Early Adulthood: 12-Year Follow-Up
20-05 The relationship between physical fitness and academic performance among Chinese college students
20-05 Many sport students reach the limits of their physical ability, but prefer not to talk about it
19-11 Utility and feasibility of a smartphone app to support school-based high-intensity interval training
19-09 What Players of Virtual Reality Exercise Games Want
19-08 Does increasing girls’ and women’s participation in physical activity improve their wellbeing?
19-08 Partnerships to Evaluate the Social Impact of Dance for Health
19-07 Physical activity and its correlates among higher secondary school students in an urban district of Nepal
19-05 Study of sports motivation and participation in physical activity among students at Ras Al-khaimah Medical and Health Sciences University
19-04 Cost-Effectiveness of Improvements to the Built Environment Intended to Increase Physical Activity
19-04 Attractive running environments for all? A cross-sectional study on physical environmental characteristics and runners’ motives and attitudes, in relation to the experience of the running environment
19-01 Sprint Interval Training and the School Curriculum: Benefits Upon Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Physical Activity Profiles, and Cardiometabolic Risk Profiles of Healthy Adolescents
18-11 The short-term effects of a mass reach physical activity campaign: an evaluation using hierarchy of effects model and intention profiles
18-11 A Randomized Controlled Trial on the Role of Enthusiasm About Exergames Players' Perceptions of Exercise
18-11 Comparison of College Students’ Energy Expenditure, Physical Activity, and Enjoyment during Exergaming and Traditional Exercise
18-08 Level of and Factors Determining Physical Activity in Students in Ukraine and the Visegrad Countries
18-08 Correlates of physical activity and sedentary time in young adults: the Western Australian Pregnancy Cohort (Raine) Study
18-04 Physical activity-equivalent label reduces consumption of discretionary snack foods
17-11

Young athletes' health knowledge system: qualitative analysis of health learning processes in adolescent sportspersons.

17-11

Adoption and use of an injury prevention exercise program in female football: A qualitative study among coaches

17-11

In-Class Cycling to Augment College Student Academic Performance and Reduce Physical Inactivity

17-11

Predicting Physical Activity and Healthy Nutrition Behaviors Using Social Cognitive Theory

17-11

Fatness and fitness with cardio-metabolic risk factors in adolescents

17-06

The appropriateness of training exposures for match-play preparation in adolescent schoolboy and academy rugby union players

17-05

Links between religiously-focused exercise and body shape preoccupation among young adults

17-05

Cardiorespiratory fitness levels and associations with physical activity and body composition in young South African adults from Soweto

17-05

Community engagement and sport? Building capacity to increase opportunities for community-based sport and physical activity

17-03

Everybody active, every day: 2 year update

17-03

Do intrapersonal factors mediate the association of social support with physical activity in young women living in socioeconomically disadvantaged neighbourhoods?

17-03

Zooming into daily life: within-person associations between physical activity and affect in young adults

17-01

Active lives survey: Those aged 16-24 are least likely to be inactive

16-12

Efficacy of interventions that use apps to improve diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour

16-11

Activity Levels over Four Years in a Cohort of Urban-Dwelling Adolescent Females

16-11

Factors Associated with Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity in Adolescents Born Preterm

16-11

The Acute Exercise-Induced Inflammatory Response: A Comparison of Young-Adult Smokers and Nonsmokers

16-11

Leveraging the Habit-forming Aspects of Technology to Increase Levels of Physical Activity

16-10

A 10-minute walk after a meal 'good for diabetes'

16-10

Effects of group sports on health-related physical fitness of overweight youth

16-10

Dance Practice and Wellbeing Correlates in Young Women.

16-09

Is Life Skill Development a By-Product of Sport Participation? Perceptions of Youth Sport Coaches

16-09

Factors Related to Meeting Physical Activity Guidelines in Active College Students

16-09

Relationship between Bone-Specific Physical Activity Scores and Measures for Body Composition and Bone Mineral Density in Healthy Young College Women

16-08

Exploring the relationship between physical activity, life goals and health-related quality of life among high school students

16-08

Individual, social, and environmental influences on the transitions in physical activity among emerging adults

16-08

Associations between access to recreational physical activity facilities and body mass index in Scottish adults

16-07

Beat the Street: getting communities moving

16-07

Creating a culture of physical activity in Sheffield

16-07

Mental health and substance use of sexual minority college athletes

16-06

Disordered eating behavior, health and motives to exercise in young men

16-05

Sitting at your desk is as bad as smoking

16-05

‘Let’s Move It’ – a school-based multilevel intervention to increase physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour among older adolescents in vocational secondary schools

16-04

Short bursts of intense exercise 'as good' as endurance training

16-04

College Students' Physical Activity and Health-Related Quality of Life

16-03

Are brief interventions to increase physical activity cost-effective? A systematic review ... and ... again in 2011

16-03

Are There Subconcussive Neuropsychological Effects in Youth Sports? An Exploratory Study of High- and Low-Contact Sports.

16-03

Predicting Change in Physical Activity: a Longitudinal Investigation Among Weight-Concerned College Women

16-03

Acute Effects of 30 Minutes Resistance and Aerobic Exercise on Cognition in a High School Sample

16-02

Just one extra hour of sitting down and diabetes risk

16-01 The Role of Physical Education Lessons and Recesses in School Lifestyle of Adolescents
15-12 Sugar and water and sports drinks
15-12 Effect of Early Adult Patterns of Physical Activity and Television Viewing on Midlife Cognitive Function.
15-11 Evaluation of sit-stand workstations in an office setting
15-11 Low back pain and physical activity – A 6.5 year follow-up among young adults in their transition from school to working life
15-11 Exercise Is Medicine : At Any Dose?
15-10 Should bike helmets be compulsory?
15-09 If you’re sitting down, don’t sit still …
15-09 Changes in physical fitness of Hungarian college students in the last fifteen years
15-09 Walking vs. Biofeedback: A comparison of acute interventions for stressed students
15-08 The contribution of sport participation to overall health enhancing physical activity levels in Australia
15-08 Does Early Sports Specialization Increase Negative Outcomes and Reduce the Opportunity for Success in Young Athletes?
15-07 How active are people in metropolitan parks? An observational study of park visitation in Australia
15-07 Does stretching before exercising reduce the risk of injury?
15-07 Why don’t people exercise, even a little?
15-06 Does Playing Sports Video Games Predict Increased Involvement in Real-Life Sports Over Several Years Among Older Adolescents and Emerging Adults?
15-06 Cyclists in the Netherlands live on average six months longer than their non-biking counterparts.
15-06 Extreme exercise linked to blood poisoning
15-06 The number of people in England who regularly take part in sport is rising
15-05 Electric bikes make people cycle longer and more often- The effect is best on women
15-05 Run far or run fast?
15-04 High School Sports Involvement Diminishes the Association Between Childhood Conduct Disorder and Adult Antisocial Behavior
15-04 Motives emanating from personality associated with achievement in a Finnish senior high school: Physical activity, curiosity, and family motives
15-04 Between a Ball and a Harsh Place: A Study of Black Male Community College Student-Athletes and Academic Progress
15-04 Interactive Video Game Cycling Leads to Higher Energy Expenditure and Is More Enjoyable than Conventional Exercise in Adults
15-04 Are Total, Intensity- and Domain-Specific Physical Activity Levels Associated with Life Satisfaction among University Students?
15-04 Community-based physical activity interventions among women
15-03 Performance-Enhancing Drugs and the High School Athlete
15-03 Determinants of physical activity and sedentary behaviour in university students
15-03 What features do Dutch university students prefer in a smartphone application for promotion of physical activity? A qualitative approach
15-02 Physical Self-concept and Participation in Physical Activity in College Students
15-02 Relationship Between Traditional Games and the Intensity of Emotions Experienced by Participants
15-02 Don't worry, be happy: cross-sectional associations between physical activity and happiness in 15 European countries
15-02 When It Comes to Jogging, Easy Does It, Study Suggests
15-01 Bedtime 'has huge impact on sport' … and … research
15-01 Why leisure industry professions are crucial in promoting active lifestyles
15-01 Lack of exercise may be responsible for twice as many deaths as obesity ... and ... research
15-01 Physical Activity and Risk of Alcohol Use Disorders: Results from a Prospective Cohort Study
14-11 Heart rate response during a session with different active videogames.
14-11 Assessment of physical inactivity and perceived barriers to physical activity among health college students, south-western Saudi Arabia
14-11 Does a player whose ball juggling skill is the best shows the best ability in a soccer game?
14-11 Physical activity and dietary habits among Moroccan adolescents
14-11 Effect of Aerobic Exercise on Hunger Feelings and Satiety Regulating Hormones in Obese Teenage Girls
14-11 Impact of Physical Exercise on Substance Use Disorders: A Meta-Analysis
14-11 Addressing Inclusion in Higher Education Physical Activity Programs
14-10 Professed Factors on Physical Activity Leading to Enhance Students’ Academic Performance
14-09 Barefoot runners go faster
14-08 The influence of physical activity, sport and exercise motives among UK-based university students
14-08 Hiding behind the camera: social learning within the Cooperative Learning Model to engage girls in physical education
14-08 The impact of change in physical activity on change in arterial stiffness in overweight or obese sedentary young adults
14-08 Current Physical and Mental Health of Former Collegiate Athletes
14-08 Physical Activities of U.S. High School Students, National Youth Physical Activity and Nutrition Survey, 2010
14-08 Exercise in youth: High bone mass, large bone size, and low fracture risk in old age
14-08 Association of Family Functioning on Youth Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior
14-08 Relationships Among Meeting Physical Activity Guidelines and Health Risk Behaviors
14-08 Goalkeepers prone to ‘gambler’s fallacy’ but penalty takers fail to exploit it
14-08 Be BOLD: Encouraging Girls to Include Unstructured Bouts of Physical Activity into Daily Routines
Exercise, Mental Health
20-02 Cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular fitness and mental health in older adolescents
18-08 Association between physical exercise and mental health in 1·2 million individuals in the USA between 2011 and 2015
Drugs, Exercise
18-01

A detailed examination of the longitudinal associations between individual and team sports and alcohol use

16-10

Sedentary College Student Drinkers Can Start Exercising and Reduce Drinking After Intervention

Mental Health 5-16+, Exercise
17-10

Treating depression with physical activity in adolescents and young adults

17-10

Depressive symptoms, perceived stress, self-efficacy, and outcome expectations: Predict fitness among adolescents with obesity

17-07

Running on a high: parkrun and personal well-being

16-09

Physical Activity for Cognitive and Mental Health in Youth: A Systematic Review of Mechanisms

16-06

The Effects of Campus Forest-Walking Program for College Students in Korea: Evidence From 3 Months Follow-Up

16-06

Running to well-being: A comparative study on the impact of exercise on the physical and mental health of law and psychology students

16-03

Exercise as an intervention for first-episode psychosis: a feasibility study

16-03

Association of after school sedentary behaviour in adolescence with mental wellbeing in adulthood

15-12 Understanding depression and suicide in college athletes
15-07 People with mental health problems put off of sport because they are not gym-body ready
15-01 Physical activity interventions: an essential component in recovery from mental illness
14-09 Physical activity interventions for people with mental illness
Education, Exercise
16-08

Association between education and future leisure-time physical inactivity: a study of Finnish twins over a 35-year follow-up

16-05

Teaching dance in physical education using exergames

14-12 The impact of college football on academic achievement
Exercise, Food
15-12 Effect of Breakfast Omission on Energy Intake and Evening Exercise Performance
15-10 Sports drinks: are you better off making your own?
15-09 Beetroot juice improves sprinting and decision-making during exercise
15-04 It is time to bust the myth of physical inactivity and obesity: you cannot outrun a bad diet
Exercise, Gambling, Other
15-05 Students involved in competitive sports at higher risk of problem gambling

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