OBJECTIVES To estimate the prevalence of youth who use cannabis but have never been tobacco smokers and to assess the characteristics that differentiate them from those using both substances or neither substance. DESIGN School survey. SETTING Postmandatory schools. PARTICIPANTS A total of 5263 students (2439 females) aged 16 to 20 years divided into… (More)
This study aimed to compare the sexual behavior of adolescents who were or were not exposed to online pornography, to assess to what extent the willingness of exposure changed these possible associations, and to determine the profiles of youths who were exposed to online pornography. Data were drawn from the 2002 Swiss Multicenter Adolescent Survey on… (More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the prevalence of problem gambling in a population of youths in Switzerland and to determine its association with other potentially addictive behaviours. METHODS Cross-sectional survey including 1,102 participants in the first and second year of post-compulsory education, reporting gambling, socio-demographics, internet use and… (More)
Cannabis and tobacco use: where are the boundaries? A qualitative study on cannabis consumption modes among adolescents.
OBJECTIVES To establish the gambling prevalence among Swiss resident youths, to estimate the associations between gambling frequency and substance use, poor mental health and social support and to determine the correlation between gambling pattern and gambling frequency. METHODS Cross-sectional population-based survey conducted in 2007. From 1233 eligible… (More)