SHEU

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AcronymDefinition
SHEUSchools Health Education Unit
SHEUSurvey of Household Energy Use (Canada)
SHEUStudents Health Education Unit
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Researchers from the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU) found water-drinking was also associated with overall good health and better performance in school.
The latest research by the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU) found that,in 1995, 82% of girls aged 12 to 13 knew that theHIV infection could be passed on by sharing needles when taking drugs.
A study has been completed by the Schools Health Education Unit in the UK that shows the majority of young people that access the Internet do so unsupervised.
The proportion of boys aged 14 and 15 who said they had tried the drug jumped by nearly half from 19 per cent in 1999 to 29 per cent in 2001, says the Schools Health Education Unit.
More than one in four 14 and 15-year-old girls (28 per cent), and just over a fifth of boys of the same age (22 per cent) do not think they sleep enough to concentrate on their studies, according to the Schools Health Education Unit.
But the annual review by the Schools Health Education Unit also found fewer claiming to have been drunk than in past years.
A study by the Schools Health Education Unit said 38% of girls in Year 6 surveyed were not happy with their weight.
The study by the Schools Health Education Unit also revealed worrying levels of 12 to 13-year-olds downing 28 or more units weekly, more than safe levels for adults.
The survey conducted by the Schools Health Education Unit, found that one in 10 teenage girls between 14 and 15 years missed two meals a day thinking they are overweight.
Children would rather be on the computer playing games or surfing the net than reading, doing homework, playing sport or looking after a pet, researchers at the Schools Health Education Unit found.
Research by the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU) compared 1995 and 2001 knowledge levels in 12- 13-year olds.
The Schools Health Education Unit quizzed 140,000 pupils and found fewer of them had knowledge of HIV and AIDS than in 1995.
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