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Drugs
15-03

The Prospective Association Between Sipping Alcohol by the Sixth Grade and Later Substance Use

15-03

What Predicts Early Smoking Milestones?

15-03

Influence of family and friend smoking on intentions to smoke and smoking-related attitudes and refusal self-efficacy among 9–10 year old children from deprived neighbourhoods

15-03

A Web-Based, Computer-Tailored Smoking Prevention Program to Prevent Children From Starting to Smoke After Transferring to Secondary School

15-02

New survey shows primary school children are more familiar with beer brands than biscuits

15-01

E-cigarette use and intentions to smoke among 10-11-year-old never-smokers in Wales

15-01

Is alcohol binge drinking in early and late pregnancy associated with behavioural and emotional development at age 7 years?

14-12

Exposure to secondhand smoke in cars and homes and e-cigarette use among 10-11-year-olds

14-10

"I think you need to show someone what help there is": Understanding parental alcohol misuse at a local level

14-09

The anthropometry of children and adolescents may be influenced by the prenatal smoking habits of their grandmothers

14-09

Factors affecting smoking and predictors of academic achievement among primary school children in Jordan

14-06

Children’s awareness of alcohol sponsorship of sport in Ireland

14-06

The relationship between parenting and children’s aggression, and the role of parental substance misuse

14-06

How does parental smoking affect nasal mucociliary clearance in children?

14-06

Family income trajectory during childhood is associated with adolescent cigarette smoking and alcohol use

14-06

Support for smoke-free cars when children are present

14-06

Addressing passive smoking in children

14-06

The impact of mindfulness education on elementary school students: evaluation of the Master Mind program

14-03

Do Email and Mobile Phone Prompts Stimulate Primary School Children to Reuse an Internet-Delivered Smoking Prevention Intervention? (pdf)

14-03

ADEPIS Quality standards for effective alcohol and drug education (pdf)

14-03

Exposure to parental smoking in childhood or adolescence is associated with increased carotid intima-media thickness in young adults

14-03

Parental smoking 'ages' children’s arteries

14-03

Exposure of Children and Adolescents to Alcohol Marketing on Social Media Websites (pdf)

14-03

Home Smoking Bans May Increase the Risk of Smoking Onset in Children When Both Parents Smoke

14-03

Promoting an Alcohol-Free Childhood: A Novel Home-Based Parenting Program

14-03

Children's resistance to parents' smoking in the home and car

14-01

Levels of Nicotine in Dust From Homes of Smokeless Tobacco Users

14-01

Children With Asthma Versus Healthy Children: Differences in Secondhand Smoke Exposure and Caregiver Perceived Risk

14-01

Passive smoking increases children's pain during medical procedures

13-10

Effectiveness of schoolbased life-skills and alcohol education programmes: a review of the literature (pdf)

13-10

Light drinking versus abstinence in pregnancy – behavioural and cognitive outcomes in 7-year-old children

13-05

Parental Smoking in the Vicinity of Children and Tobacco Control Policies in the European Region (pdf)

13-05

School-based programmes for preventing smoking (pdf)

13-05

Third-hand smoke as a potential intervention message for promoting smoke-free homes in low-income communities

13-05

How to minimize children’s environmental tobacco smoke exposure (pdf)

13-02

Just a Few Drinks - BBC

13-02

Parents Smoking in Their Cars With Children Present (pdf)

13-02

Parental Smoking in the Vicinity of Children and Tobacco Control Policies in the European Region (pdf)

13-02

Strategies to Prevent Drug Abuse among Primary School Students (pdf)

13-02

Parental smoking and children's anxieties: an appropriate strategy for health education?

12-12

The impact of maternal prenatal smoking on the development of childhood overweight in school-aged children

12-12

The mediating role of alcohol-related memory associations on the relation between perceived parental drinking and the onset of adolescents' alcohol use

12-10

Secondhand smoke in cars: assessing children's potential exposure during typical journey conditions

12-10

Alcohol marketing and Australian young people

12-10

Over the Limit: The Truth about Families and Alcohol

12-10

Silent Voices - supporting children and young people affected by parental alcohol misuse

12-10

Understanding Why Parents Allow Alcohol Use by Elementary School–aged Children

12-10

The likely impact of plain packaging of tobacco products on young people

12-08

Evaluation of a 5-year School-based County-wide Smoking Education Programme

12-08

Smoking in Early and Mid-Adolescence

12-08

The role of environmental smoking in smoking-related cognitions and susceptibility to smoking in never-smoking 9–12 year-old children

12-08

The effect of alcohol binge drinking in early pregnancy on general intelligence in children

12-08

‘I’m not doing this for me’: mothers’ accounts of creating smoke-free homes

12-08

The effects of low to moderate alcohol consumption and binge drinking in early pregnancy on selective and sustained attention in 5-year-old children

12-06

Smoking: School-based research literature search from SHEU

12-06

Early smoking in school-aged children with and without a diagnosis of asthma

12-06

Parental Smoking and Vascular Damage in Their 5-year-old Children (pdf)

12-04

Smoking: Plain packaging and tobacco marketing

12-04

Fatherhood, Smoking, and Secondhand Smoke in North America

12-04

Is the socioeconomic gap in the Australian childhood exposure to secondhand smoke widening or narrowing?

12-04

Testing of a web-based program to facilitate parental smoking cessation

12-02

At Year 6 up to 81% say they don't think they will smoke - by Year 10 up to 46% report smoking: SHEU data (pdf)

12-02

Secondhand Smoke Exposure in Cars

12-02

Maternal smoking during pregnancy and primary headache in school-aged children

12-01

Mental health disorders in children of non-drug-abusing parents: A sample from a rural community devastated by methamphetamine

12-01

Parents’ attitudes to smoking and passive smoking and their experience of the tobacco preventive work in child health care

12-01

Drug education yet to fulfil its presumed potential

12-01

Focusing on drugs is not always the best way to prevent drug problems: A primary school programme to improve school climate

11-11

Long-term effects of home visitation on the life course of youths

11-11

In Year 6 around 95% report never smoking but this declines through Yrs 8 and 10 (pdf)

11-10

Psychosocial problems in childhood and later alcohol consumption : A life course approach with historical information

11-08

U.S. Adults rate drug abuse and childhood obesity as the top health concerns for kids

11-08

Children and A&E admissions for drink and drugs

11-08

Secondhand Tobacco Smoke Exposure Among School-Aged Youth Enrolled in School-Based Asthma Management Programs

11-07

Ill Effects of Smoking: Baseline Knowledge among School Children and Implementation of the “AntE Tobacco” Project

11-07

Substance use and common child mental health problems: examining longitudinal associations in a British sample

11-05

Helping your child avoid the dangers of drugs

11-05

Parental Smoking, Exposure to Secondhand Smoke at Home, and Smoking Initiation Among Young Children

11-05

Exposure to Secondhand Smoke in Iranian Infants: Declining Trends From 2001 to 2008?

11-03

Drinking while pregnant and child 'conduct disorder'

11-03

Parental smoking cessation and child daily smoking: A 9-year longitudinal study of mediation by child cognitions about smoking.

11-03

A decline in smoking by U.S. parents might be part of the reason for fewer ear infections in children

11-03

Teacher resources about smoking from the U.S.

11-02

'Talk to Frank' drugs advisory service - total annual budget

11-01

Parental smoking and blood pressure in preschool children

11-01

Passive smoking, meningococcal disease and meningitis

11-01

Parental and household smoking and the increased risk of respiratory infections in infancy (pdf)

11-01

Evolution of the perception of smoking by children in Guernsey

10-12

Loosening the link between childhood poverty and adolescent smoking and obesity in the U.S.

10-12

Children and passive smoking - only 7.4% of the world's population live in countries with laws to prevent smoking in public places

10-12

Does a smoking prevention program in elementary schools prepare children for secondary school in the Netherlands?

10-11

Parental smoking during pregnancy and offspring bone mass at age 10 years

10-11

The effects of maternal binge drinking during pregnancy on neural responses and memory in childhood

10-11

Light drinking during pregnancy and developmental problems at 5 years of age

10-11

Swept under the carpet: children affected by parental alcohol misuse

10-10

More than 100 children a week are contacting Childline with worries about their parents' drinking or drug use

10-10

Banning tobacco displays, the black market and under-age smokers

10-10

"82% of girls aged 11-21 said that smoking and alcohol abuse are serious health issues for today’s girls."

10-10

Life. Live it, a British Red Cross campaign aimed at 11-16 year olds, to help young people to cope in an emergency

10-10

Surge in under-age tobacco sales in Lincolnshire

10-07

Can attending preschool reduce the risk of tobacco smoking in adulthood? The effects of Kindergarten Union participation in South Australia.

10-07

Household smoking and dental caries in schoolchildren

10-06

The 'Strengthening Families programme' in Wales

10-06

Parental smoking and pretend smoking in young children

10-06

Parent knowledge, attitudes, and household practices regarding second-hand smoke exposure: A case-control study of urban children with and without asthma

10-06

Corner shopkeepers believe a ban on tobacco displays in shops could directly threaten the viability of their business.

10-06

The 'Strengthening Families program'

10-05

Children living in apartments with non-smoking adults still exposed to secondhand smoke

10-05

10-11 year olds and their main contact for discussions about drugs - data since 1998 show a declining trend from 'parents' and a rising trend from 'teachers'

10-05

89% of 10-11 year olds girls say they don't think they will smoke when they are older (48% of 14-15 year olds girls report having never smoked)

10-05

Smoking and genes

10-03

Predicting the life-time benefit of school-based smoking prevention programmes

10-03

A call for smoking to be banned in all vehicles, parks and play areas

10-03

The science of why girls can't drink alcohol like boys

10-03

Exposure to smoking in movies

10-02

'Third-hand smoke' that lingers on things such as clothes and furnishings can be dangerous

10-02

Being 'DrugAware' in Nottingham

10-02

Adverse childhood experiences are associated with the risk of lung cancer

10-02

A report about mephedrone ( 'Meow meow')

10-01

'Our mother's drinking was wrecking us'

10-01

Smoking and ageing

10-01

Primary School resources from Australia

09-12

Changes in child exposure to secondhand smoke after implementation of smoke-free legislation in Wales.

09-12

Does physical abuse in early childhood predict substance use in adolescence and early adulthood?

09-11

Untold damage: children's accounts of living with harmful parental drinking'

09-11

...between 3.4-3.5 million children live with at least one binge-drinking parent'

09-11

Teachers have been given new powers to search pupils for drugs, alcohol and stolen goods in a bid to tackle bad behaviour in the classroom

09-10

Practical ideas for teaching drug and alcohol education in the primary school - Birmingham Health Education Service Courses

09-10

D.A.R.E. officers use a drug dealers car as a teaching tool

09-10

Award winning drugs education in Australian schools

09-10

Women finding solutions to binge drinking - YWCA conference report

09-10

A U.S. guide for drug-free parties for 10 - 11 years old

09-09

Blueprint Drugs Education: The response of pupils and parents to the programme

09-09

Young people : attitudes to legal and illicit drugs

09-09

Blueprint - not robust

09-09

Under the influence: The damaging effect of alcohol marketing on young people

09-08

Children's alcohol initiation: An analytic overview

09-08

The effect of maternal smoking during pregnancy on intellectual disabilities among 8-year-old children

09-07

The number of children being admitted to hospital as a result of drug poisoning

09-07

Approximately 30% of children under-16 years (3.4 - 3.5 million) in the UK lived with at least one binge-drinking parent

09-07

The number of under 12 year-olds receiving drug rehabilitation treatment (2007/08)

09-06

Mothers, smoking during pregnancy and through their childs early childhood, could cause their children to smoke as adults

09-06

Can smoking ever be made safe?

09-05

The criteria used to assess binge drinking behaviors in children should be based on pediatric rather than adult physiology

09-05

Childhood binge drinking in Germany

09-04

Drug Awareness events.....in Herefordshire.....

09-04

Electronic cigarettes: A safe substitute?

09-04

the 2009 Drugs and Alcohol Today exhibition.......

09-04

Drugscope events.......

09-04

Rock Challenge UK is a series of performing arts events which promotes healthy life choices

09-04

Alcohol in pregnancy may give children a taste for drink

09-02

Girls, growing up with a heroin-addicted parent, are four times more resilient than boys in overcoming adverse events.

09-02

Smokefree Northwest

09-02

Young people and their parents will have clear medical guidance on alcohol consumption

09-02

Drugs and young people in Northern Ireland

09-01

Children are uniquely susceptible to thirdhand smoke exposure

09-01

Addressing the needs of children of substance using parents: an evaluation of Families First's Intensive Intervention

08-12

Smoke Rings (from Tacade) is an interesting, interactive and fun way for children (aged 9+) to learn about smoking issues.'

08-12

In the U.S. - Children and adults living with adult smokers appear less likely to have daily access to enough healthy food

08-12

Early exposure to drugs, including alcohol, creates a lifetime of health risk

08-12

Use of alcohol among children and young people

Exercise
22-09

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19-04

Sports club participation impact on motor competences, dispositional goal orientations, and perceptions of school-based physical education among Finnish third-grade children

19-04

Sports participation and health-related quality of life in children

19-04

The effect of sport for LIFE: all island in children from low socio-economic status

19-04

Acute Effect of Exergames on Children's Mood States During Physical Education Classes

19-04

Interventions promoting active transport to school in children

19-04

SKIP (Supporting Kids with diabetes In Physical activity): Feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of a digital intervention for 9-12 year olds with type 1 diabetes mellitus

19-03

The Daily Mile: teachers’ perspectives of the barriers and facilitators to the delivery of a school-based physical activity intervention

19-02

Association Between the Activity Space Exposure to Parks in Childhood and Adolescence and Cognitive Aging in Later Life

19-02

Understanding Youths' Ability to Interpret 3D-Printed Physical Activity Data and Identify Associated Intensity Levels

19-01

Elementary school physical activity opportunities and physical fitness of students

19-01

Associations between organised sport participation and classroom behaviour outcomes among primary school-aged children

19-01

Organized Sports and Physical Activities as Sole Influencers of Fitness: The Homeschool Population

19-01

Prevalence of children walking to school and related barriers—United States, 2017

19-01

The Patterns of Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity and Physical Education Enjoyment Through a 2‐Year School‐Based Program

19-01

Pathways leading to success and non-success: a process evaluation of a cluster randomized physical activity health promotion program applying fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis

19-01

Process evaluation of a pilot multi-component physical activity intervention – active schools: Skelmersdale

19-01

Associations of friendship and children’s physical activity during and outside of school

18-12

Public health approaches to safer cycling for children based on developmental and physiological readiness: implications for practice

18-12

Relationships Between Outdoor Time, Physical Activity, Sedentary Time, and Body Mass Index in Children: A 12-Country Study

18-12

Untapped Resources: 10- to 13-Year-Old Primary Schoolchildren’s Views on Additional Physical Activity in the School Setting

18-11

Mothers’ and father’s perceptions of the risks and benefits of screen time and physical activity during early childhood

18-11

Four Months of a School-Based Exercise Program Improved Aerobic Fitness and Clinical Outcomes in a Low-SES Population of Normal Weight and Overweight/Obese Children With Asthma

18-11

Failure to meet aerobic fitness standards among urban elementary students

18-10

The impact of life stresses on physical activity participation during adolescence: A 5-year longitudinal study

18-10

Effects of the ‘11+ Kids’ injury prevention programme on severe injuries in children’s football: a secondary analysis of data from a multicentre cluster-randomised controlled trial

18-10

Physical literacy levels of Canadian children aged 8–12 years

18-09

Sun behaviour and physical activity associated with autumn vitamin D status in 4–8-year-old Danish children

18-09

Investigating best practices of district-wide physical activity programmatic efforts in US schools

18-09

Playground activities and gender variation in objectively measured physical activity intensity in Australian primary school children

18-09

Health-related quality of life as a longitudinal mediator of the relationship between participation in organised sports and adiposity among young people

18-08

Physical activity, cognition and academic performance: an analysis of mediating and confounding relationships in primary school children

18-08

Objectively evaluated physical activity and sedentary time in primary school children by gender, grade and types of physical education lessons

18-07

Validating Fitbit Zip for monitoring physical activity of children in school

18-07

Statewide dissemination and implementation of physical activity standards in afterschool programs

18-07

Does sports club participation contribute to physical activity among children and adolescents? A comparison across six European countries

18-06

The longitudinal relationship between motor competence and measures of fatness and fitness from childhood into adolescence

Education, Exercise
19-01

Prospective associations between participation in leisure-time physical activity at age 6 and academic performance at age 12

18-10

Examining Classroom Physical Activity Integration: A Mixed Methods Analysis

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