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Adolescent Substance Use: Beware of International Comparisons

This 2003 article compares prevalence estimates of adolescents’ cigarette, alcohol and marijuana use from one Australian and two U.S. surveys, and considers the effect of methodological differences on reported use.

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Adolescent Health at the Crossroads: Where do We Go from Here?

The presidential address at the SAM 2003 meeting focusing on the future of adolescent health.

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Healthy Adolescent Psychosocial Development

This 2002 article was created for a work group that focused on adolescent health and psychological development.

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Health Futures of Youth II: Pathways to Adolescent Health, Executive Summary and Overview

This 2002 overview summarizes adolescent health issues as presented at the meeting, Health Futures of Youth II.

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America’s Adolescents: Where Have We Been, Where Are We Going?

This 2002 article reviews the historical trends and current status of the health of America’s adolescents.

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Advancing the Adolescent Reproductive Health Policy Agenda: Issues for the Coming Decade

This 2002 article reviews reproductive health issues for adolescents and recommends policies to promote an agenda.

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A Profile of Adolescent Health: The Role of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender

This 2002 article reviews the gender and racial/ethnic disparities in adolescent health.

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Investing in Adolescent Health: A Social Imperative for California’s Future

California’s first statewide strategic plan for adolescent health was jointly released in 2001 by NAHIC and the California Adolescent Health Collaborative.

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How Far Have State Medicaid Agencies Advanced in Performance Measurement for Children?

This 2000 article reviews insurance issues for children.

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Adolescents and the State Children’s Health Insurance Program

This 1999 report highlights the potential impact of CHIP for adolescents, provides case studies of innovative strategies, and makes recommendations for how to better reach and serve adolescents who are eligible for or enrolled in CHIP.

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