Health Rewind: Black, Latino Men Still Behind in Health Coverage

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No Surprise Here: Sexting Linked to Sex Among Middle Schoolers

Forty percent of middle schoolers who sext are more likely to be having actual sex compared to those who don’t sext, says a new study. Researchers also found that teens who received sexts were six times more likely to engage in oral, vaginal and anal sex, Health Day reported.

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