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Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior and Substance use Among Adolescents in Slovenian Urban Area / Telesna Aktivnost, Oblike Sedečega Vedenja In Uživanje Psihoaktivnih Snovi Med Mladostniki V Slovenskem Urbanem Okolju

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Stakeholders' interests through their opinions on the alcohol policy measures in Slovenia

Consumption. Second Report, Geneva: World Health Organization, 2007. Anderson P, Chisholm D, Fuhr DC. Effectiveness and cost-eff ectiveness of policies and programmes to reduce the harm caused by alcohol. Lancet 2009; 373: 2234-46. Room, Robin. Advancing industry inerests in alcoholo policy: the double game. Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 2006; 23: 389-92. Anderson P, Letho J. Evaluation and monitoring of action on alcohol. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 1995

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Objectively Measured Physical Activity In Children Aged From 5 To 8 Years / Objektivno Izmerjena Gibalna Aktivnost Od Pet- Do Osemletnih Otrok

elementary schools: the effects of providing game equipment. Eur J Public Health 2006; 16: 415-419. 51. Brown T, Summerbell C. Systematic review of school-based interventions that focus on changing dietary intake and physical activity levels to prevent childhood obesity: an update to the obesity guidance produced by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. Obesity Rev 2008; 10: 110-141.

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Prevalence of problematic internet use in Slovenia

clarified and agreed upon. Problematic Internet use is a heterogeneous concept. According to Griffiths (10) , we have to differentiate between dependence on the Internet, and dependence to the Internet. He argues that the majority of individuals presenting with PIU are simply using it as a medium to fuel other addictive behaviours, such as cybersex addiction. In line with the current debate in the field, Internet Gaming Disorder is now included in the appendix of the DSM-5 (11) as a condition that requires further empirical and clinical research. Other excessive

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Drinking Patterns and Behavioral Consequences: A Cross-Sectional Study Among Romanian University Students

because of drinking), problems with authorities (having trouble with the law because of drinking, having trouble with school administration because of drinking), violence problems (fighting with someone after drinking and damaging university property, setting of a false fire alarm because of drinking), others (being criticized by a date because of drinking, losing a job because of drinking, participating in a drinking game, forced someone or were forced to have sex, being aware of the drinking problem). 2.2 Data Analyses For other calculations, such as the

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