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Adolescents’ health needs: the same the world over

Changes in food policy and availability together with environmental changes relating to working patterns have created an obesogenic environment that increases risk of a variety of obesity-related conditions. 5 Similarly, easier access to psychoactive substances may increase risks for substance use i... Full description

Journal Title: Archives of disease in childhood 2013-01, Vol.98 (1), p.2-2
Main Author: Viner, Russell M
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title: Adolescents’ health needs: the same the world over
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  • Viner, Russell M
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  • Abridged Index Medicus
  • Adolescent Health
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  • Consumer Health Information - methods
  • Demographic aspects
  • Drug use
  • Economic development
  • Female
  • Health behavior
  • Health behaviour
  • Health Education - methods
  • Health Service
  • Health services
  • Health Services Needs and Demand
  • Humans
  • Injuries
  • Male
  • Mortality
  • Primary care
  • Teenagers
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description: Changes in food policy and availability together with environmental changes relating to working patterns have created an obesogenic environment that increases risk of a variety of obesity-related conditions. 5 Similarly, easier access to psychoactive substances may increase risks for substance use issues as well as mental health disorders and suicide. 6 While HIV and maternal mortality remain major causes of morbidity and mortality for young people in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia in a way not seen in other regions, 7 there is a remarkable international similarity in young people's health needs relating to adolescent development issues, such as weight and shape, puberty, emotional well-being, sexual health, substance use. 7 8 Tsai et al conclude that there is considerable unmet health need for young people within the Taiwanese health system, and that it needs to improve its health promotion activities with young people, and to make health services more youth friendly. 1 This accords well with a growing international move to make health services for young people more 'youth-friendly'.
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abstractChanges in food policy and availability together with environmental changes relating to working patterns have created an obesogenic environment that increases risk of a variety of obesity-related conditions. 5 Similarly, easier access to psychoactive substances may increase risks for substance use issues as well as mental health disorders and suicide. 6 While HIV and maternal mortality remain major causes of morbidity and mortality for young people in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia in a way not seen in other regions, 7 there is a remarkable international similarity in young people's health needs relating to adolescent development issues, such as weight and shape, puberty, emotional well-being, sexual health, substance use. 7 8 Tsai et al conclude that there is considerable unmet health need for young people within the Taiwanese health system, and that it needs to improve its health promotion activities with young people, and to make health services more youth friendly. 1 This accords well with a growing international move to make health services for young people more 'youth-friendly'.
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