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Study: Ailing Stats on Global Teen Sex Health

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Twenty years after a major conference on reproductive health urged better sexual and reproductive health for global teens, a study offers disappointing statistics. Among the remedies: responsive parents and interventions aimed at those aged 10-14.

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