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Doctors Aren't Talking to Teens About Sex

While girls are more likely to talk to their docs about sex than boys, these conversations are rare, says a new report. Less than two-thirds of doctors speak to teen patients about sex, sexuality and dating during checkups. This lack of dialogue is a missed opportunity for health professionals to influence healthy choices, says researchers. 

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