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In Texas, Abstinence-Only Programs May Contribute To Teen Pregnancies

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Over-The-Counter Birth Control Pills Would Be Safe For Teens, Researchers Say

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A New Course At Arkansas Colleges: How To Not Get Pregnant

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'How Could You Not Know You Were Pregnant?'

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Big Sibling's Big Influence: Some Behaviors Run In The Family

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