Senol Dane

Department of Physiology, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Health Sciences, Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja, Nigeria


  • Research   
    Attitude Towards Fast Food Consumption Among Students in a Private Nigerian University by Gender, Academic Level, and Marital Status
    Author(s): Omolola Atanda and Senol Dane*

    Introduction: There are strong positive relations between fast food consumption and worse health conditions such as obesity, diabetes mellitus, and hypertension. In the present study, attitudes of students in a private Nigerian university by gender, academic level, marital status towards fast food consumption were investigated. Method: A total of 322 Nigerian university students were involved in the study. Participants were 145 men and 177 women who were 16-18 years of age. An online survey (questionnaire) was created and shared only with participants to get their demographic features and attitudes towards fast food consumption. Results: The percentage of participants having fast food consumption daily is 67%. Men prefer to eat fast food every day, but women prefer it a few times a week or about once a week. The mo.. Read More»

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