The association between demographic and behavioral characteristics and sunburn among U.S. adults - National Health Interview Survey, 2010.

@article{Holman2014TheAB,
  title={The association between demographic and behavioral characteristics and sunburn among U.S. adults - National Health Interview Survey, 2010.},
  author={Dawn M. Holman and Zahava Berkowitz and Gery P. Guy and Anne Marcia Hartman and Frank M. Perna},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={63},
  pages={6-12}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the association between demographic and behavioral characteristics and sunburn among U.S. adults. METHOD We used 2010 National Health Interview Survey data (N=24,970) to conduct multivariable logistic regressions examining associations with having 1 or more sunburns in the past year and having 4 or more sunburns in the past year. RESULTS Overall, 37.1% of adults experienced sunburn in the past year. The adjusted prevalence of sunburn was particularly common among adults… CONTINUE READING
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