College students' use of widely advertised medications
The authors describe college and university students' use of widely advertised pharmaceutical products. Four hundred seventy-one students from three institutions completed self-administered questionnaires that addressed the use of advertised medications, attention to magazine ads for medications, communications with physicians about medications, and the conditions the medications address. Results indicated that the majority of the students used at least one of the advertised products. Most students did not discuss the pharmaceutical products with their physicians or discuss the conditions for which they reported they were taking the drugs.
Burak L.J., Damico A. (2000). College students' use of widely advertised medications. Journal of American College Health, 49(3), 118-121.
Virtual Commons Citation
Burak, Lydia and Damico, A. (2000). College students' use of widely advertised medications. In Movement Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies Faculty Publications. Paper 12.
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