Dangerous practices add to huge numbers of the physical and psychological well-being issues of the present youthful grown-ups. The current examination reviewed in excess of 2,500 secondary school and center school understudies in a rustic region in southwest Georgia trying to recognize contrasts in wellbeing hazard practices, including tobacco, liquor, and other medication use, viciousness and group related practices, and understudy appraisal of high-chance practices, in view of three segment attributes: race, sexual orientation, and age. Results show that Caucasian understudies are bound to utilize tobacco and liquor, while African-American understudies are bound to take part in vicious exercises. Moreover, more seasoned understudies (matured 15+ years) were bound to utilize tobacco, liquor, and drugs and to take an interest in savage practices, and male understudies are bound to utilize tobacco and drugs and to take an interest in rough practices than female understudies.
Anahtar Kelimeler: Rural, tobacco, liquor, sedate use, rough conduct, youthful grown-up, wellbeing hazard behavior