Year: 2001 Source: American Journal of Health Behavior, v.25, no.6, (November-December 2001), p.537-544 SIEC No: 20020792

To examine associations between health behaviours & lifetime sexual partners among college students. Data from the 1995 National College Health Risk Behaviour Survey were analyzed. After adjusting for age, sex, & race, having 2 or more lifetime sexual partners was associated with infrequently using seat belts, driving after drinking, having a physical fight, considering suicide, & using chewing tobacco & marijuana. Significant sex interactions occurred with cigarette smoking & fruit & vegetable consumption, & significant age interactions occurred with binge drinking. (27 refs)