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Information from the CDC is compatible with their own birth records. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 04, 2013 BirthRecords.us.org was very pleased to see that
More consistent use of condoms, oral contraception or both was reported by a group of teenage girls who took part in a youth development intervention aimed at reducing pregnancy risk in high-risk adolescents.
Parents are invited to attend the Talk Early & Talk Often Parent Connection Conference - March 2, 2013 in Livonia, Michigan - and learn what teens are really thinking.
The CDC and Prevention wrote in a report on Thursday more and more women in the US are taking the "morning-after" pill.
Fewer babies were born in the US in 2011 than in the previous two years, and babies born to teen mothers dropped to record lows, according to data by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
With extended vacation time and more time with family, the holidays are a golden opportunity for parents to start the conversation with their kids about sex.
Current federal policy bans the sale of over-the-counter birth control pills to girls under 17, and often young girls do not have immediate access to emergency contraceptives when they need them.
The American College of Obsetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recently updated its guidelines for teen birth control, recommending that teens use IUD's and hormonal implants as a "first line of defense."
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