Abstinence programs come up short in sex ed study

11/8/2009 | Washington Post, The

A U.S. task force that analyzed 83 studies of sex education programs said those that taught contraception and encouraged teens to delay sexual activity reduced risky behaviors and increased condom use. The report said that there was not enough evidence to determine whether abstinence programs are effective.

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