Similarities and Differences between Smoking and Non-Smoking Ten-Year-Old Children in Primary Schools
Hrubá, Drahoslava, Zaloudíková, Iva, Matéjová, Halina, Central European Journal of Public Health
Background: For the majority of smokers, smoking is related to other forms of risk behaviour, especially poorer eating habits. The primary preventive educational programme "No smoking is a norm" focuses on children of younger school age (under 10 yrs), enables comparison and statistical evaluation of whether there are any differences (and which) between ten-year-olds with various smoking experiences, with special attention paid to their exposure to the influence of smokers, and their eating habits.
Methods: Analysis of data gained from a questionnaire compared groups of boys and girls, smokers and non-smokers, and children from families with no smokers, occasional …
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Publication information: Article title: Similarities and Differences between Smoking and Non-Smoking Ten-Year-Old Children in Primary Schools. Contributors: Hrubá, Drahoslava - Author, Zaloudíková, Iva - Author, Matéjová, Halina - Author. Journal title: Central European Journal of Public Health. Volume: 18. Issue: 1 Publication date: March 2010. Page number: 19+. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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