[Questionnaire studies on the vital situation and nutritional habits of students]

Krystyna Przybulewska, Katarzyna Janda
Roczniki Państwowego Zakładu Higieny 2004, 55 (4): 347-56
Results of questionnaire studies carried out in 2001/2002 among 230 students of University of Agriculture in Szczecin were presented. It served for assessing their material and living situation during studying at the University. Women and people originating from cities dominated in studied group of respondents. Probably, there is a decreasing tendency referring to attending the University by country people. Residence during studying depended on the year of education and origin of respondents. Last-year students and country people were more often placed in hostel. Material help in a form of social scholarship was more often assigned to country youth, and scientific grants were more frequently given to fifth-year students. No finance help of student's families made they undertook a part-time job that was made more often by final-year students. Significant differences referring to consumption customs often depended on sex. Students themselves most often prepared meals, including dinners. Only small per cent (12%) of students went to canteens, milk bars or other restaurants. Almost one-third of respondents fed irregularly. One-dish dinners consisting most often of purchased or earlier prepared semi-products dominated. Majority of students declared feeding meat, poultry, and sweets at least once a week, as well as fish--at least once a month. Every second person declared everyday consumption of fruit and vegetables, milk and its products as well as several cups of coffee daily; it referred more often to women. Most of respondents occasionally consumed sprinkle, low-alcoholic beverages and snacks in a form of chips and nuts, but they were more often men.

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