RESEARCH ON ADOLESCENTS AND STD’S

Factors Associated with STDs in Young Adults: SCarol A. Ford, et al., “Predicting Adolescents’ Longitudinal Risk for Sexually Transmitted Infection,” Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 159.7 (July 2005): 657–664. Adolescents who perceived that their parents more strongly disapproved of their having sex during adolescence were less likely to have STIs 6 years later. Feelings … Continue reading RESEARCH ON ADOLESCENTS AND STD’S