The Study of Some Individual and Social Factors on Risk Health Behaviors (RHB) Among University Students
Keywords:Risk Health Behaviors, Gender, Ethnic Status, Marital Status, Students
This research investigated effect of Individuals and social factors on Risk Health Behaviors (RHB) among university students. A total of 700 students were randomly selected from IAU, Tehran-Iran. The instrument used to collect data was a survey questionnaire that designed based on The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) by researchers. In this research, we evaluated rate of (RHB) based on gender, ethnic status, and marital status among students. The result of the study indicated that there are differences between RHB among study groups in this research.
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