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Analysis on the Practice of Adolescent Anti-Drug Education Based on the Synergy of Multiple Subjects in Colleges

This survey aimed to investigate and analyze the level of understanding among Wanning City's adolescents regarding drug abuse, HIV, and oral health issues. Based on the analysis results, corresponding educational programs will be developed to disseminate relevant knowledge. Materials and Methods: Graduate students lead the undergraduate team conducted a questionnaire survey among local adolescents in Wanning City, the questionnaire includes Age; Gender; Educational Level; Ability to distinguish drugs correctly; Ability to distinguish drug-producing plants correctly; Ability to distinguish the transmission levels of HIV/AIDS; Current dental problems; Frequency of daily toothbrushing. Carry out on-site investigation in the form of questionnaire survey, and finally make statistics. Results: A total of 228 questionnaires were issued and 228 were recovered. The study included a total of 228 participants, with a majority being female (62%) and mela (38%). The educational background of the participants was primarily at the middle school and high school levels (58%). A significant proportion of the participants were able to differentiate common drug-producing plants (84%) and levels of HIV transmission risk (68%). However, the majority of participants were unable to discern confusing drug names (62%). Despite the presence of varying degrees of oral health issues among the participants, such as toothache (81%), tooth discoloration (93%), and gum bleeding (68%). Almost all participants reported varying degrees of yellowing of their teeth Nonetheless, there was still a certain level of awareness and behavior regarding oral health protection. Regarding toothbrushing frequency, almost all participants (92%) claimed to brush their teeth at least twice daily. Conclusion: Most adolescents have a good understanding of drugs and HIV/AIDS, but there are still some who do not know enough about them. In addition, a large number of adolescents have oral health risks.

Drugs, Adolescents Education, Oral Health, HIV/AIDS

Xue-Jing Lin, Zi-Lin Wang, Lin-Kang Zhang, Jie Zhou, Pei-Xi Zou, et al. (2023). Analysis on the Practice of Adolescent Anti-Drug Education Based on the Synergy of Multiple Subjects in Colleges. International Journal of Education, Culture and Society, 8(5), 221-225.

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