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2010 YRBS PIMA COUNTY RESULTSOBESITY AND WEIGHT LOSS BEHAVIORSThe Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) consists of questions related to health risk behaviors such as tobacco use,physical activity and education, nutrition, obesity and weight management activities, alcohol and substance use, riskysexual behaviors, and behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries and violence amongst adolescents. The survey wascompleted by 1,300 students in 21 public high schools in Pima County, during the fall of 2010, as part of the CommunitiesPutting Prevention to Work (CPPW) obesity prevention initiative. The school response rate was 78%, the student responserate was 79%, and the overall response rate was 61%. The results are representative of all students in grades 9-12.50%45%Obesity/Overweight Status11.9% of students are obese (i.e., at orabove the 95th percentile for body massindex, by age and sex).12.1% of students are overweight (i.e., ator above the 85th percentile for body massindex, by age and sex).29.3% of students described themselves asslightly or very overweight. 40%Percentage of Total Students 0%Describe themselves as slightly orvery overweight*Based on reference data from the CDC Growth Charts50%Weight Loss BehaviorsPercentage of Total Students45%40%43.9% 35% 30%25%20% 15%10%13.1%5%5.6%5.0%Took diet pills,powders, or liquidsVomited or tooklaxatives0%Trying to lose weight Did not eat for atleast one day 43.9% of students are trying to loseweight.13.1% of students have gone without eating for 24 hours or more to lose weight orto keep from gaining weight during thepast 30 days.5.6% of students have taken any diet pills,powders, or liquids without a doctor's advice to lose weight or to keep from gaining weight during the past 30 days.5.0% of students have vomited or tooklaxatives to lose weight or to keep fromgaining weight during the past 30 days.For more information contact Rebecca epared for the Pima County Health Department’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work Program, with funding from theU.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

2010 YRBS PIMA COUNTY RESULTSPHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND EDUCATIONTPercentage of Total 5%10%5%0%Plays on sports 60 min/day,3 hours of3 hours ofteam5 days/week TV/day on avideoof physicalschool day games/day onactivitya school dayPhysical Activity 47.5% of students played on one or more sports teams during the past 12 months.45.2% of students are physically active for a total of at least 60 minutes per day on five ormore of the past seven days.26.4% of students watched three or more hours per day of TV on an average school day.25.7% of students who played video or computer games or used a computer for somethingthat was not school work three or more hours per day on an average school day.Percentage of Total Studentshe Youth RiskBehavior Survey(YRBS) consists ofquestions related tohealth risk behaviorssuch as tobacco use,physical activityand education,nutrition, obesity andweight managementactivities, alcohol andsubstance use, riskysexual behaviors,and behaviorsthat contribute tounintentional injuriesand violence amongstadolescents. Thesurvey was completedby 1,300 studentsin 21 public highschools in PimaCounty, during thefall of 2010, as partof the CommunitiesPutting Prevention toWork (CPPW) obesityprevention initiative.The school responserate was 78%, thestudent response ratewas 79%, and theoverall response ratewas 61%. The resultsare representative ofall students in 6%Attends PE at leastonce a weekAttends PE dailyPhysical Education 22.6% of students attended physical education (PE) classes daily in an average week whenthey were in school.43.7% of students attended physical education (PE) classes on one or more days in an average week when they were in school.For more information contact Rebecca epared for the Pima County Health Department’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work Program, with funding from theU.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

2010 YRBS PIMA COUNTY RESULTSDIETARY BEHAVIORSThe Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) consists of questions related to health risk behaviors such as tobaccouse, physical activity and education, nutrition, obesity and weight management activities, alcohol andsubstance use, risky sexual behaviors, and behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries and violence amongstadolescents. The survey was completed by 1,300 students in 21 public high schools in Pima County, during thefall of 2010, as part of the Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) obesity prevention initiative. Theschool response rate was 78%, the student response rate was 79%, and the overall response rate was 61%. Theresults are representative of all students in grades 9-12.What are the dietary behaviors of high school students in Pima County?100%90%Percentage of Total 00% fruit juiceDrank soda 1 or moretimes/day"5-A-Day" fruits andvegetablesKey Points: 76.1% of students drink 100% fruit juices one or more times during the past seven days. 21.5% of students drink a can, bottle, or glass of soda pop or pop one or more times per day duringthe past seven days. 14.2% of students eat fruits and vegetables five or more times per day during the past seven days.For more information contact Rebecca epared for the Pima County Health Department’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work Program, with funding from theU.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

2010 YRBS PIMA COUNTY RESULTSTOBACCO USEThe Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) consists of questions related to health risk behaviors such as tobacco use,physical activity and education, nutrition, obesity and weight management activities, alcohol and substance use, riskysexual behaviors, and behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries and violence amongst adolescents. The survey wascompleted by 1,300 students in 21 public high schools in Pima County, during the fall of 2010, as part of the CommunitiesPutting Prevention to Work (CPPW) obesity prevention initiative. The school response rate was 78%, the student responserate was 79%, and the overall response rate was 61%. The results are representative of all students in grades 9-12.50%Percentage of Total 9%3.3%0%Ever triedsmokingSmoked at leastonce in the pastmonthEver smokeddailyFirst smokedSmoked onbefore age 13 school propertyCigarette Smoking 45.7% of students have ever tried cigarette smoking, even one or two puffs.15.8% of students have smoked cigarettes on one or more of the past 30 days.9.6% of students smoke cigarettes daily, that is, at least one cigarette every day for 30 days.8.9% of students smoke a whole cigarette for the first time before age 13 years.3.3% of students have smoked cigarettes on school property on one or more of the past 30days.Cigarette Availability and Smoking CesastionDid not try to quit smoking cigarettes (among students who currently smokedcigarettes, during the 12 months before the survey)Usually obtained their own cigarettes by buying them in a store or gas stationOther Tocabbo Product UsageUsed chewing tobacco, snuff, or dip on school property on at least 1 daySmoked cigarettes; smoked cigars, cigarillos, or little cigars; or used chewing tobacco,snuff, or dip on at least 1 day51.6%14.2%3.0%23.7%For more information contact Rebecca epared for the Pima County Health Department’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work Program, with funding from theU.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

2010 YRBS PIMA COUNTY RESULTSMENTAL HEALTHWhat is the mental health status of high schoolstudents in Pima County?50%45%Percentage of Total StudentsThe Youth Risk BehaviorSurvey (YRBS) consistsof questions related to healthrisk behaviors such as tobaccouse, physical activity andeducation, nutrition, obesityand weight managementactivities, alcohol andsubstance use, risky sexualbehaviors, and behaviors thatcontribute to unintentionalinjuries and violence amongstadolescents. The survey wascompleted by 1300 studentsin 21 public high schoolsin Pima County, duringthe fall of 2010, as part ofthe Communities PuttingPrevention to Work (CPPW)obesity prevention initiative.The school response rate was78%, the student responserate was 79%, and the overallresponse rate was 61%. Theresults are representative of allstudents in grades 9-12.40%35%33.1%30%25%22.3%20%15%10%5%0%Showed signs of depressionDid something to purposely hurt themselvesDepression 33.1% of students have felt so sad or hopeless almost every day for 2 weeks or more in arow, that they stopped doing some usual activities during the past 12 months. 22.3% of students did something (e.g. cutting or burning themselves on purpose) topurposely hurt themselves without wanting to die one or more time during the past 12months.Suicide 15.7% of students made a plan about how theywould attempt suicide during the past 12 months. 9% of students actually attempted suicide on ormore times during the past 12 months. 3.0% of students made a suicide attempt duringthe past 12 months that resulted in an injury,poisoning, or overdose that had the be treated by adoctor or nurse.25%Percentage of Total Students 18.1% of students seriously considered attemptingsuicide during the past 12 months.20%18.1%15%15.7%10%9.0%5%3.0%0%Considered attemptingsuicideMade a plan toattempt suicideActually attemptedsuicideSuicide attempt thatended in injuryFor more information contact Rebecca epared for the Pima County Health Department’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work Program, with funding from theU.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Weight Loss Behaviors 43.9% of students are trying to lose weight. 13.1% of students have gone without eat-ing for 24 hours or more to lose weight or to keep from gaining weight during the past 30 days. 5.6% of students have taken any diet pills, powders, or liquids without a doctor's ad-vice to lose weight or to keep from gain-

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