Sex education is NOT cutting rates of STIs or pregnancies, but cash could work – Daily Mail


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Sex education is NOT cutting rates of STIs or pregnancies, but cash could work
Daily Mail
'As they are currently designed, sex education programmes alone probably have no effect on the number of young people infected with HIV, other STIs or the number of pregnancies.' They said this link was even more so if condoms and contraceptives are
Keeping girls at school may reduce teenage pregnancy and STIs – but sex education doesn'tThe Conversation UK

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