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Articles from Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (March 1, 2003)

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A blow for abortion law appeal. (FYI). Hollander, Dore Brief Article 234
An evaluation of California's Adolescent Sibling Pregnancy Prevention Program. Chavez, Gilberto 8714
Black women and menopause. (FYI). Hollander, Dore Brief Article 215
Cervical cancer risk rises if women HPV also have herpes infection. (Digests). London, S. 837
Evaluation of the efficacy of a nonlatex condom: results from a randomized, controlled clinical trial. Bernstein, Leslie 7321
Even after having an STD, many teenagers do not adopt safer-sex practices. (Digests). Hollander, D. 684
Family planning providers' perspectives on dual protection. Atkins, Kim 7397
Foreign-born STD clinic clients with HIV likely acquired infection here. (Digests). Lane, T. 890
Having two parents helps. (FYI). Hollander, Dore Brief Article 232
Lesson not learned. (FYI). Hollander, Dore Brief Article 204
Parents' smoking, seat belt may be linked to increased odds of adolescents' sexual debut. (Digests). Remez, L. 989
Preventing sexual risk behaviors and pregnancy among teenagers: linking-research and programs. (Comments). Cassell, Carol 6149
Racial disparities in early and adequate prenatal care decreased among U.S. women in 1980s and 1990s. (Digests). Rosenberg, J. 969
Sex in the countryside. (FYI). Brief Article 228
Some women with genetic susceptibility to breast cancer face elevated risk from oral contraceptive use. (Digests). London, S. 891
Teenage women who are devoted to their religion have reduced sexual risk. (Digests). Hollander, D. 660
Teenagers with the least adult supervision engage in the most sexual activity. (Digests). Hollander, D. 883
The circle of life. (FYI). Brief Article 217
The measurement and meaning of unintended pregnancy. (Comments). Schieve, Laura 7729
The sponge bounces back. (FYI). Hollander, Dore Brief Article 196
The Vatican explains it all. (FYI). Hollander, Dore Brief Article 189
UK youth prefer peer-led sexuality education classes to teacher-led programs. (Digests). Rosenberg, J. 977
Under a proposal made by the Food and Drug Administration early this year, labeling for over-the-counter contraceptives containing nonoxynol-9 would state that these preparations do not prevent infection with HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases. Brief Article 114
Women have different risk factors for verbal, physical partner abuse. (Digests). Lane, T. 939

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