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  1. IUDs, implants urged for teen girlsRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington

    Teen girls who have sex should use IUDs or hormonal implants -- long-acting birth control methods that are effective, safe and easy to use, the nation's most influential pediatricians' group recommends. In an updated policy, the American Academy of Pediatrics says condoms also should be used every time teens have sex, to provide protection against sexually transmitted diseases that other forms of birth control don't provide, and to boost chances of preventing pregnancy.

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  2. Pediatricians urge IUDs or implants for teen girlsRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | UAport

    By LINDSEY TANNER By LINDSEY TANNER The_Associated_Press CHICAGO - Teen girls who have sex should use IUDs or hormonal implants - long-acting birth control methods that are effective, safe and easy to use, the nation's most influential pediatricians' group recommends.

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  3. The benefits of sex - at any ageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vancouver Sun

    In honour of International Coffee Day , we're taking a look at the 10 most caffeinated professions, according to a survey conducted by Dunkin' Donuts and CareerBuilder of 4,100 workers worldwide. We accept certain forms of pain - a headache, say, or an old injury - as a part of life, Betito writes.

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  4. Good Health: IUDs, implants recommended for teensRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ClickOnDetroit

    Sexually-active teens should be using some kind of protection against diseases, but what kind of birth control they should use might not be what you thought. CAR AND I-96 LAST WEEK, KILLING EVERYONE INSIDE.

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  5. Condoms fail, so teens should consider implants and IUDs, doctors sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Baltimore Sun

    To prevent teen pregnancies, pediatricians should talk with their patients about effective, long-acting forms of birth control like hormone implants and IUDs, according to a new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics. To prevent teen pregnancies, pediatricians should talk with their adolescent patients about birth control, starting with hormonal implants and IUDs, according to an updated policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics .

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  6. Doctors: Don't put your teen on 'the pill'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

    An updated policy statement released Monday by the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests doctors counsel teens about the advantages of other birth control options -- like intrauterine devices or birth control implants -- before the pill. "On some level, when people see 'teens should have IUDs,' it sounds surprising," said Dr. Mary Ott, associate professor of pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine, and one of the lead authors of the policy statement.

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  7. Pediatricians Recommend Long-Acting Birth Control For Teen GirlsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOne

    Teen girls who have sex should use IUDs or hormonal implants - long-acting birth control methods that are effective, safe and easy to use, the nation's most influential pediatricians' group recommends. In an updated policy, the American Academy of Pediatrics says condoms also should be used every time teens have sex, to provide protection against sexually transmitted diseases that other forms of birth control don't provide, and to boost chances of preventing pregnancy.

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  8. Academy of Pediatrics Updates Teen Pregnancy Prevention RecommendationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WRIC-TV Richmond

    CNN) -- The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended updates to what contraceptive methods are suggested to teens in an effort to prevent teen pregnancy. According to the academy, "In 2011, 47 percent of high school students reported ever having sex, and 34 percent reported having had sex in the previous three months."

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  9. Campus community shares intimate details at first ever residential life SexpoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Golden Gate Xpress

    Campus residents came for the dildos and stayed for the sexually explicit stories by their resident assistants at Sexpo, a sexuality lifestyle event organized by Residential Life on Thursday night. First-year students asked questions about pornography, virginity, fetishes, sex toys, and relationships to a panel of five RAs.

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  10. Pediatricians group suggests teens use IUDs or birth control implants instead of the pillRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTKR-TV Norfolk

    An updated policy statement released today by the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests doctors counsel teens about the advantages of other birth control options - like intrauterine devices or birth control implants - before the pill. "On some level, when people see 'teens should have IUDs,' it sounds surprising," said Dr. Mary Ott, associate professor of pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine, and one of the lead authors of the policy statement.

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  11. Sexually active teen girls urged to use IUDs, hormone implantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Globe and Mail

    In an updated policy, the American Academy of Pediatrics says condoms also should be used every time teens have sex, to provide protection against sexually transmitted diseases that other forms of birth control don't provide, and to boost chances of preventing pregnancy. In an updated policy, the American Academy of Pediatrics says condoms also should be used every time teens have sex, to provide protection against sexually transmitted diseases that other forms of birth control don't provide, and to boost chances of preventing pregnancy.

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  12. Pediatricians Back Long-Acting Birth ControlRead the original story

    Yesterday | InteliHealth

    Long-acting birth control methods should be the first choice for teenagers who have sex, the American Academy of Pediatrics says. The two long-acting methods are intrauterine devices and hormone implants.

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  13. Pediatricians recommend IUDs and implants for teen birth controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | She Knows

    Maria Mora is a freelance writer and single mom fueled by coffee, questionable time management skills, toaster oven waffles and the color orange. She lives in Florida with her two young sons.

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  14. Nexplanon And IUDs Recommended For Teens Not Using Abstinence: Are...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Medical Daily

    The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends an IUD or subdermal implant such as Implanon and Nexplanon , as the first-line choice for teens who choose not to be abstinent. In 2011, nearly half of all high school students reported having had sex at some point in their lives, while a third reported having had sex in the previous three months.

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  15. The Big 'O': 10 Facts About Orgasms That Will Blow Your MindRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Medical Daily

    Stimulate your brain with these 10 offbeat facts about the big "O" - from orgasmic tooth-brushing sessions to orgasms after death - that will make your jaw drop. The few seconds of pleasure in an orgasm let you and your partner know you're both doing something right in between the sheets, even if short-lived.

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  16. Pediatrics group recommends IUDs, implants as best birth control for teen girlsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    The majority of teenagers use condoms as their primary method of birth control, but long-acting contraceptives such as intrauterine devices should be the "first-line" of contraceptives in preventing teen pregnancy, according to new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics. For the first time, the organization recommends that pediatricians discuss long-acting reversible contraceptives before other birth control methods for teens, citing the "efficacy, safety and ease of use" of long-acting reversible contraception, such as IUDs and progestin implants.

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  17. The Republican Party Is Losing Voters, So Why Are Democrats So Nervous?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wall St. Cheat Sheet

    The Republican Party has long missed the mark when it comes to diversification. For women, the GOP's resistance to abortion and birth control coverage, as well as a distinct lack of female representation in the party, have only been compounded by the GOP's more than fair share of incautious and sexist remarks.

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  18. Teen Perceptions of Sexual Activity More Influential Than Peer PressureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KKLA-FM Glendale

    Teen perceptions of how sexually active their peers are may have the greatest impact on their own sexual behavior, suggests a new analysis of previous studies. Teens' perceptions of how sexually active their peers are may have the greatest impact on their own sexual behavior, suggests a new analysis of previous studies.

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  19. Everything You Need To Know About The Science Behind Cuffing SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MTV

    It's almost October and you know what that means - happy cuffing season, everyone! We did some digging around to find out whether or not cuffing season is a real phenomenon, and here's what we found During the fall and winter months people who would normally rather be single or promiscuous find themselves, along with the rest of the world, desiring to be "cuffed" or tied down by a serious relationship. The cold weather and prolonged indoor activity causes singles to become lonely and desperate to be cuffed.

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  20. 'Masters of Sex' Season 2 finale: Why Season 3 needs to move ahead in timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Zap2it.com

    The end of "Masters of Sex" Season 2 suggested a new frontier for William Masters and Virginia Johnson. But it also raised a serious question about how to approach future seasons.

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