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The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of alcohol consumption among adolescents in Serbia and its association with sociodemographic characteristics. This paper is based on data from a national health survey of the population of Serbia in 2013 (no data for Kosovo and Metohija), conducted by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia. For the purposes of this study, data on households and individuals over 15 years of age were used; thus, the final sample for analysis included 858 patients (aged 15 to 19 years). Researchers used demographic characteristics (age, gender, type of home, region) and socio-economic characteristics (income per household member, the index of well-being, self-assessment of health, cigarette smoking, tendency towards psychological and physical violence) as the independent variables. A χ2 test was applied to test the differences in the frequencies of categorical variables. The correlations between alcohol consumption, as the dependent variable, and the independent variables (mentioned above) were tested by logistic regression. All results less than or equal to 5% probability (p ≤ 0.05) were considered statistically significant. The prevalence of alcohol consumption among adolescents in Serbia is 51.6%. Alcohol consumption is significantly associated with sex, type of home and the index of well-being (p < 0.05). The prevalence of alcohol consumption is higher in males (57.1%), in adolescents who come from urban areas (59.3%) and in adolescents who, according to the index of well-being, belong to the wealthiest financial category (23.9%).
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The aim of the work is to assess vulnerability degree of reproductive health in adolescent population in Serbia by analyzing their sexual behavior. The paper is based on data from a National health survey of the population in Serbia in 2013 (without Kosovo and Metohija region), conducted by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia. For the purposes of this study, the data used are referred to households and population of age 15 and over, so that the final number for analysis is a sample of 1722 respondents aged 15-24. The study included demographic characteristics of respondents (age, gender, settlement type, region) and the characteristics of reproductive health: sexual behavior, use of contraceptive protection, knowledge and attitudes towards HIV, protection of reproductive health. χ2 test was applied for testing differences in frequency of categorical variables. All results with a probability that equals to or is less than 5% (p≤0.05) are considered statistically significant. Among the respondents, there were more than half (53.5%) of sexually active adolescents. The highest percentage of them- 16.6% responded that they had first sexual intercourse at the age of 17. 53.4% of adolescents had sexual intercourse with one partner, 26.4% of respondents had sexual intercourse with two or more partners. The most commonly used contraceptive method was interrupted intercourse (coitus interruptus) with 34.7% of respondents.
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There is a growing number of cosmetic medical treatments in the Balkan region. Yet, this trend has not been closely observed in terms of the correlation between procedure characteristics and clients’ sociocultural and psychological characteristics.
The aim of this cross-sectional/retrospective research is to establish the correlation of types of cosmetic procedures with basic sociodemographic characteristics of clients in Serbia. Each of 144 study subjects underwent a cosmetic treatment (320 in total) within the first three months of 2014, while the study was being conducted. The sample included 5 male and 139 female subjects, with the age range of 17-71 (38.87±10.722).
Peaks of interventions have been detected in subjects aged 31-35 and 36-40; more frequently those were individuals with a higher level of education and their motive most commonly was of aesthetic nature. The majority of the subjects (44.44%) underwent only one intervention, while the average number of interventions per subject within the period of three months was 2.21±1.40. Face interventions were considerably higher in number than others, with a rising trend with age. The number of procedures in the area of the abdomen, breasts and thighs, rose with the increase of a body mass index. The most popular treatments included removal of stretch marks and fillers, mesotherapy and botulinum toxin.
Due to ever-growing sociocultural pressure and a modern concept of life, women often decide on cosmetic therapy at the first sign of ageing and hormonal changes, with a downward age trend especially with respect to minimally invasive procedures, as well as the most visible body parts, the face in the first place.
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