目的了解大学生"一夜情"现状 及性常识、性观念、性态度，为大学生性健康教育提供理论依据。方法调查组采用在线网络问卷调查及随机抽样现场调查方法对大学生进行无记名问卷调查。结果在 被调查人群中，有性行为的大学生占17.5%，3.3%的大学生承认自己有过"一夜情"经历，12.2%的大学生对"一夜情"持认同和接受态度。结论目前 大学生性态度日趋多元化，性行为甚至"一夜情"客观存在，家庭、学校、社会应及时对大学生进行性健康与性安全教育和指导。
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This article analyzes and compares 7 English-language cardiology journals for the year 1983 in terms of numbers of pages， articles， types of articles， figures and tables published and numbers of authors per article. The 7 journals included the 4 major USA cardiology journals--The American Journal of Cardiology (AJC)， Circulation， Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) and American Heart Journal (AHJ)--and 3 non-USA English-language cardiology journals： British Heart Journal (BHJ)， European Heart Journal (EHJ) and the International Journal of Cardiology (IJC). Although Circulation published the most total pages (because of its huge abstract issue)， the AJC published more total pages for articles， the most articles (in its regular issues， 44% more than Circulation， 48% more than the JACC and 39% more than the AHJ) and the AJC provided the most words per page (its maximal number being 20% higher than the maximal number in Circulation， 16% higher than in the JACC and 26% higher than in the AHJ). Each of the 3 non-USA journals was much smaller in terms of pages and articles published than were any of the 4 USA journals. In types of articles published， several differences among the 7 journals were apparent. Of the articles in Circulation， 24% concerned experimental (nonhuman) studies; this percent was 14 in the JACC， 12 in the AHJ， 8 in the AJC and none or nearly none in the BHJ， EHJ and IJC. Brief reports accounted for 27% of the 392 articles in the AHJ and 13% of the 643 articles in the AJC.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)
A new journal has been launched： IJC — Heart and Vessels  . It builds upon the success of the main journal International Journal of Cardiology. As an introduction to the new journal we will be publishing a series of summaries of the topics to be covered， highlighting the most important papers in the field that have been published recently in the main journal， International Journal of Cardiology. This article describes a topic review of congenital heart disease. IJC has become one of the most important sources of quality papers in this field and many excellent publications have been published in the main journal. The expansion of space occasioned by the launch of IJC — Heart and Vessels will allow us to publish more high quality papers in the expanding field of congenital heart disease.