The study also found that experiencing sexual assault before college is related to a greater risk of repeat experiences during college for both males and females.
Month: January 2017
Does Working a Job During College Lead to Drinking and Smoking?
Research in adolescents shows that those with jobs are more likely to drink and smoke, and that association grows based on how many hours they work per week. But does that carry over to college?
It’s Never Too Early for Self-Care
What exactly is self-care, why is it so important and how can you make time to prioritize your physical and emotional health?
How Is Vaping Different than Smoking?
E-cigarettes are often portrayed as a healthy alternative or even a way to quit smoking. But how does e-cig use actually differ from tobacco cigarettes? Spit for Science researchers at VCU set off to find out more.
Do Genetic and Environmental Influences Affect Adolescent Drinking?
When it comes to problems with alcohol use, genes play an increasingly important role as you get older. But scientists still struggle to pinpoint exactly which genes are most to blame.