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Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs Do Work

A new study analyzed the benefits of the Prime Time program, a popular prevention program for high-risk teens, and found that girls who finished the program were more likely to use condoms and birth control. The program’s teens also reported being closer to their families, found sex less important and were more likely to refuse unwanted sex, reported Health Day News.

 

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