Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 33, Number 2, March/April 2001


Table of Contents



In This Issue 33(2) [HTML]
The Editors


ARTICLES

Effects of a Parent-Child Communications Intervention on Young Adolescents' Risk for Early Onset of Sexual Intercourse [HTML] [PDF]
Susan M. Blake, Linda Simkin, Rebecca Ledsky, Cheryl Perkins and Joseph M. Calabrese

Manifestations of Poverty and Birthrates Among Young Teenagers in California Zip Code Areas [HTML] [PDF]
Douglas Kirby, Karin Coyle and Jeffrey B. Gould

Teenage Childbearing and Long-Term Socioeconomic Consequences: A Case Study in Sweden [HTML] [PDF]
Petra Otterblad Olausson, Bengt Haglund, Gunilla Ringbäck Weitoft and Sven Cnattingius

Risks Among Youths Who Have Multiple SistersWho Were Adolescent Parents [HTML] [PDF]
Patricia L. East and Elizabeth A. Kiernan

Reproductive Health Services for Adolescents Under the State Children's Health Insurance Program [HTML] [PDF]
Rachel Benson Gold and Adam Sonfield


DIGESTS

All in PDF

A Substantial Minority of New Mothers Lack Basic Facts About the Transmission of HIV from Mother to Child [HTML]

Levels of HIV Risk Behaviors Are Significantly Elevated Among Women Who Have Ever Had Sex with Women [HTML]

Cesarean Section Poses Fewer Risks Than Vaginal Delivery for Term Infants in Breech Presentation [HTML]

Providers Who See Sexually Active Teenagers Often Fail To Test Them for Chlamydia [HTML]

Contraceptive Use Elevates The Odds of Barrier Method Use for Disease Prevention [HTML]

Factors at Birth May Affect Women's Risk of Developing Breast Cancer at Young Age [HTML]

ET CETERA

Letters

Guidelines for Authors