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Helping Your Preemie

When you experience the sight of a preemie for the first time you feel a mixture of emotions shock, disbelief, disappointment, and somehow a sense of relief. You are relieved the events that have just transpired didn’t happen at a… Continue Reading

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What Is Dyspareunia?

Although the condition sounds quite complicated, and possibly even fatal, the definition of dyspareunia is rather simple. Dyspareunia is painful intercourse. A more exact definition is persistent or recurring genital pain that may occur immediately before, during or just after… Continue Reading

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Study: Black Students With Black Teachers Reduces Teen Pregnancy

According to The Huffington Post on Thursday, while teenage pregnancies in African American and Latin American communities have doubled compared to Caucasian communities, research has found that a high number of teachers has helped reduce the number of teenage pregnancies.… Continue Reading

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Unintended Pregnancy Rate High Among Active-Duty Military Women

A new study set out to determine the pregnancy rate among active-duty military women in 2008 and compare it to the rate in 2005 and the rate among the US population. The study was conducted by researchers affiliated with the… Continue Reading

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Does Free Contraceptives Promote Promiscuity?

Research has been done to find that Free Contraception is associated with the number of sexual partners and the frequency of sexual intercourse over time. Investigators at Washington University in St. Louis The St. Louis School of Medicine (St. Louis,… Continue Reading

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Parenting 101: The Consequences Of Teen Sex And Averting Sexual Assault

We Americans used to be mocked for our puritanical—morally strict—ways, but a cultural shift has changed all that. Ours is now a sexually charged society, thanks in large measure to the entertainment industry. Wrote Anne Oldenburg and Arienne Thompson in… Continue Reading

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About 25 High School Students Become Pregnant Daily In Indiana

May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, and the number of births to teens ages 15 to 19 years old is down to 29.4 live births per 1,000 population according to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention or… Continue Reading