Parents urged to talk to youths about consequences of sex

Experts say teens are engaging in sex at younger ages and urge parents to talk openly about the consequences with children as early as age 10 or 11. Parents should seek to have spontaneous rather than planned discussions and to let their children know they are always ready to listen, experts say.

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