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aaaa1Asthma, Sleep, and Sun-Safety

Percentage of High School Students Who Had Ever Been Told by a Doctor or Nurse That They Had Asthma, by Sex, Grade, and Race/Ethnicity,* 2017

*B > H, B > W (Based on t-test analysis, p < 0.05.)

All Hispanic students are included in the Hispanic category. All other races are non-Hispanic.

Note: This graph contains weighted results.

National Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2017

Data for this slide are from the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. This slide shows percentages of high school students who had ever been told by a doctor or nurse that they had asthma.

The percentage for all students is 22.5. The percentage for Male students is 22.4. The percentage for Female students is 22.5. The percentage for 9th grade students is 22.9. The percentage for 10th grade students is 22.9. The percentage for 11th grade students is 21.2. The percentage for 12th grade students is 23.0. The percentage for Black students is 29.8. The percentage for Hispanic students is 21.1. The percentage for White students is 20.9. All Hispanic students are included in the Hispanic category. All other races are non-Hispanic. Note: This graph contains weighted results.

For this behavior, the prevalence for Black students is higher than for Hispanic students. The prevalence for Black students is higher than for White students. (Based on t-test analysis, p < 0.05.)

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Total Male Female 9th 10th 11th 12th Black Hispanic White 22.5 22.4 22.5 22.9 22.9 21.2 23 29.8 21.1 20.9

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Range and Median Percentage of High School Students Who Had Ever Been Told by a Doctor or Nurse That They Had Asthma, Across 29 States and 20 Cities, 2017

State and Local Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, 2017

These are results from the state and local Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, 2017. This slide shows the range and median percentages of 29 states and 20 cities for high school students who had ever been told by a doctor or nurse that they had asthma.

The range across states was 19.3% to 33.4%. The median across states was 24.3%. The range across cites was 17.4% to 33.4%. The median across cities was 23.9%.

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States Cities 19.3 17.399999999999999 Max

States Cities 33.4 33.4 Med

States Cities 24.3 23.9

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19.3% - 21.6%

21.7% - 24.2%

24.3% - 25.9%

26.0% - 33.4%

Percentage of High School Students Who Had Ever Been Told by a Doctor or Nurse That They Had Asthma

State Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, 2017

This slide shows the percentage of students who had ever been told by a doctor or nurse that they had asthma, 2017. The values range from 19.3% to 33.4%. Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Virginia, Wisconsin, range from 19.3% to 21.6%. California, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, range from 21.7% to 24.2%. Delaware, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, range from 24.3% to 25.9%. Arkansas, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, range from 26.0% to 33.4%. Vermont, Rhode Island, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Colorado, Arizona, Alaska, did not ask this question. Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, Ohio, and South Dakota did not have weighted data. Minnesota, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming did not participate.

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Percentage of High School Students Who Got 8 or More Hours of Sleep,* by Sex, Grade,† and Race/Ethnicity, 2017

*On an average school night

†9th > 10th, 9th > 11th, 9th > 12th, 10th > 11th, 10th > 12th, 11th > 12th (Based on t-test analysis, p < 0.05.)

All Hispanic students are included in the Hispanic category. All other races are non-Hispanic.

Note: This graph contains weighted results.

National Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2017

Data for this slide are from the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. This slide shows the percentage of high school students who got 8 or more hours of sleep (on an average school night).

The percentage for all students is 25.4. The percentage for Male students is 26.3. The percentage for Female students is 24.6. The percentage for 9th grade students is 34.8. The percentage for 10th grade students is 26.6. The percentage for 11th grade students is 21.4. The percentage for 12th grade students is 17.6. The percentage for Black students is 24.1. The percentage for Hispanic students is 25.5. The percentage for White students is 26.7. All Hispanic students are included in the Hispanic category. All other races are non-Hispanic. Note: This graph contains weighted results.

For this behavior, the prevalence for 9th grade students is higher than for 10th grade students. The prevalence for 9th grade students is higher than for 11th grade students. The prevalence for 9th grade students is higher than for 12th grade students. The prevalence for 10th grade students is higher than for 11th grade students. The prevalence for 10th grade students is higher than for 12th grade students. The prevalence for 11th grade students is higher than for 12th grade students. (Based on t-test analysis, p < 0.05.)

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Total Male Female 9th 10th 11th 12th Black Hispanic White 25.4 26.3 24.6 34.799999999999997 26.6 21.4 17.600000000000001 24.1 25.5 26.7

Percent

Percentage of High School Students Who Got 8 or More Hours of Sleep,* 2007-2017†

*On an average school night

†Decreased 2007-2017, no change 2007-2013, decreased 2013-2017 [Based on linear and quadratic trend analyses using logistic regression models controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade (p < 0.05). Significant linear trends (if present) across all available years are described first followed by linear changes in each segment of significant quadratic trends (if present).]

National Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, 2007-2017

These are results from the National Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, 2007-2017. This slide shows percentages from 2007 through 2017 for high school students who got 8 or more hours of sleep (on an average school night).

The percentage for 2007 is 31.1. The percentage for 2009 is 30.9. The percentage for 2011 is 31.4. The percentage for 2013 is 31.7. The percentage for 2015 is 27.3. The percentage for 2017 is 25.4.

Significant linear trends (if present) across all available years are described first followed by linear changes in each segment of significant quadratic trends (if present). For this behavior, based on linear and quadratic trend analyses using logistic regression models controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade (p < 0.05), the prevalence decreased from 2007 to 2017, did not change from 2007 to 2013, and decreased from 2013 to 2017.

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2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 31.1 30.9 31.4 31.7 27.3 25.4

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19.4% - 21.5%

21.6% - 23.7%

23.8% - 26.7%

26.8% - 32.8%

Percentage of High School Students Who Got 8 or More Hours of Sleep*

On an average school night

State Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, 2017

This slide shows the percentage of students who got 8 or more hours of sleep (on an average school night), 2017. The values range from 19.4% to 32.8%. Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, range from 19.4% to 21.5%. Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Nevada, North Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia, range from 21.6% to 23.7%. Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Texas, Wisconsin, range from 23.8% to 26.7%. California, Colorado, Kansas, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Virginia, range from 26.8% to 32.8%. Vermont, Rhode Island, Maryland, Idaho, Arizona, did not ask this question. Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, Ohio, and South Dakota did not have weighted data. Minnesota, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming did not participate.

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Percentage of High School Students Who Used an Indoor Tanning Device,* by Sex,† Grade,† and Race/Ethnicity,† 2017

*Such as a sunlamp, sunbed, or tanning booth [not counting getting a spray-on tan], one or more times during the 12 months before the survey

†F > M; 11th > 9th, 12th > 9th, 12th > 10th, 12th > 11th; B > H, W > H (Based on t-test analysis, p < 0.05.)

All Hispanic students are included in the Hispanic category. All other races are non-Hispanic.

Note: This graph contains weighted results.

National Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2017

Data for this slide are from the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. This slide shows the percentage of high school students who used an indoor tanning device (such as a sunlamp, sunbed, or tanning booth [not counting getting a spray-on tan], one or more times during the 12 months before the survey).

The percentage for all students is 5.6. The percentage for Male students is 3.5. The percentage for Female students is 7.5. The percentage for 9th grade students is 3.7. The percentage for 10th grade students is 4.3. The percentage for 11th grade students is 5.5. The percentage for 12th grade students is 8.9. The percentage for Black students is 5.5. The percentage for Hispanic students is 3.2. The percentage for White students is 6.6. All Hispanic students are included in the Hispanic category. All other races are non-Hispanic. Note: This graph contains weighted results.

For this behavior, the prevalence for female students is higher than for male students. The prevalence for 11th grade students is higher than for 9th grade students. The prevalence for 12th grade students is higher than for 9th grade students. The prevalence for 12th grade students is higher than for 10th grade students. The prevalence for 12th grade students is higher than for 11th grade students. The prevalence for Black students is higher than for Hispanic students. The prevalence for White students is higher than for Hispanic students. (Based on t-test analysis, p < 0.05.)

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Total Male Female 9th 10th 11th 12th Black Hispanic White 5.6 3.5 7.5 3.7 4.3 5.5 8.9 5.5 3.2 6.6

Percent

Percentage of High School Students Who Had a Sunburn,* by Sex,† Grade, and Race/Ethnicity,† 2017

*Counting even a small part of the skin turning red or hurting for 12 hours or more after being outside in the sun or after using a sunlamp or other indoor tanning device, one or more times during the 12 months before the survey

†F > M; H > B, W > B, W > H (Based on t-test analysis, p < 0.05.)

All Hispanic students are included in the Hispanic category. All other races are non-Hispanic.

Note: This graph contains weighted results.

National Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2017

Data for this slide are from the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. This slide shows the percentage of high school students who had a sunburn (counting even a small part of the skin turning red or hurting for 12 hours or more after being outside in the sun or after using a sunlamp or other indoor tanning device, one or more times during the 12 months before the survey).

The percentage for all students is 57.2. The percentage for Male students is 52.8. The percentage for Female students is 61.6. The percentage for 9th grade students is 57.7. The percentage for 10th grade students is 57.2. The percentage for 11th grade students is 55.6. The percentage for 12th grade students is 58.7. The percentage for Black students is 13.0. The percentage for Hispanic students is 45.0. The percentage for White students is 74.8. All Hispanic students are included in the Hispanic category. All other races are non-Hispanic. Note: This graph contains weighted results.

For this behavior, the prevalence for female students is higher than for male students. The prevalence for Hispanic students is higher than for Black students. The prevalence for White students is higher than for Black students. The prevalence for White students is higher than for Hispanic students. (Based on t-test analysis, p < 0.05.)

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Total Male Female 9th 10th 11th 12th Black Hispanic White 57.2 52.8 61.6 57.7 57.2 55.6 58.7 13 45 74.8

Percent

Percentage of High School Students Who Had a Sunburn,* 2015-2017†

*Counting even a small part of the skin turning red or hurting for 12 hours or more after being outside in the sun or after using a sunlamp or other indoor tanning device, one or more times during the 12 months before the survey

†No change 2015-2017 [Based on linear trend analyses using logistic regression models controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade (p < 0.05).]

National Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, 2015-2017

These are results from the National Youth Risk Behavior Surveys, 2015-2017. This slide shows percentages from 2015 through 2017 for high school students who had a sunburn (counting even a small part of the skin turning red or hurting for 12 hours or more after being outside in the sun or after using a sunlamp or other indoor tanning device, one or more times during the 12 months before the survey).

The percentage for 2015 is 55.8. The percentage for 2017 is 57.2.

For this behavior, based on linear trend analyses using logistic regression models controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade (p < 0.05), the prevalence did not change from 2015 to 2017.

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2015 2017 55.8 57.2

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