Contracept Articles Page 6

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Safe sex education vs. abstinence only has been a heated debate topic for decades. Schools play a large role in this topic. Many teachers feel it is important to teach teenage...
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For many years, safe sex education in schools has been a controversial subject. Many parents want their children taught about safe sex and just as many parents think sex educa...
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Non hormonal contraceptives come in the form of barrier methods and a copper IUD. These types of contraceptives are important because some women do not tolerate hormonal contr...
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Safe sex brings many thoughts to mind. It can be confusing to understand just what constitutes safe sex and what is risky. We all know that the safest sex is abstinence-or no...
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Comprehensive Sex Education or Abstinence Only Education? Which is the best way to teach adolescents about sex? There are a lot of strong opinions on both sides of the debate....
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The safe sex statistics we are going to look at prove that safe sex is not practiced often enough among adults or teenagers. A few decades ago, teenagers learned about safe se...
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Practicing safe sex with hpv is very difficult even the use of a condom is not guaranteed to prevent the infected partner from passing it on to the other partner. Safe Sex Wi...
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Durex, a company that manufactures condoms, has developed a new condom that is soon to hit the shelves in Europe. Called the CSD500, the more mainstream name for this product...
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Is there such a thing as safe sex without a condom? That depends on what you are trying to protect yourself from. If you are in a monogamous relationship, are 100% certain th...
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Is it possible to have safe sex with someone who is HIV positive? While the idea may be daunting to some, if you are careful about what you do and how you do it, it is possib...

 
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