Risky Health Behavior Among Adolescents In The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study Cohort
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Risk Factors for Non-initiation of the Human Papillomavirus
Among those having initiated, risk factors for noncompletion included being non-White, increased perceived severity of HPV, and increased perceived barriers to vaccination (allP < 0.05). A minority of adolescents surviving childhood cancer has completed vaccination despite their increased risk for HPV-related complication.
SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
The results from our study suggest that Canadian teens on an adolescent inpatient mental health unit have riskier behaviours related to sexual health. Just over 1/3 of our sample had a sexual health issue requiring treatment or referral (2 PID, 2 trichomonas, 2 BV, 1 hymen septum, 1 candida infection, 2 pregnancies). This cohort had an average age
Health Behavior Change Interventions for Teenage and Young
health behavior interventions designed speciﬁcally for this unique cohort of cancer survivors. The aim of this systematic review was therefore to syn-thesize the literature published to date on health behavior interventions targeting physical activity, dietary, smoking, and/or alcohol consumption behaviors among TYA-aged cancer survivors. Methods
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CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVOR STUDY Analysis Concept Proposal TITLE
Determining risky health behavior clusters: Using data from all time points among both survivors and siblings 25-40 years of age at measurement (assuming that health behaviors are likely to be most stable during adulthood), cluster analysis 27 will be used to determine whether
The Associations of Age and Ethnicity on Substance Use
this study, specific health behaviors measured were limited to alcohol consumption, tobacco, and illicit drug use. This instrument was origi-nally intended for use with adolescents but has been effectively used with young adults and CCS.7,22,23 The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study cohort, which represents the largest cohort of pediatric survi-
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adolescents has tripled [2, 3]. Being overweight or obese has been shown to increase the risk of cancer among adults [4-7]. Early intervention with nutrition and physical fitness education could help reduce this trend . The World Health Organization states that smoking causes about 400 million deaths annually and that around